COMPETITION & RESULTS
The type of competition is Duplicate (Contract) Bridge and will be played online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 edition of the PCU Bridge Trophy will feature 6 groups of 3 or 4 teams. The best 8 teams will qualify for the quarter finals. Other teams will play for the Consolidation Cup. Games will be played on Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 November, between 10.00h CET and 19.00h CET.
Full and final results are available at the PCU Bridge 2020 Results website.
A small report can be found here.
PARTICIPANTS BRIDGE@HOME 2020
PARTICIPANTS BRIDGE@HOME 2020
- Airlangga University (Indonesia)
- Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
- Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Bangladesh)
- Cardiff University (Wales, United Kingdom)
- Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
- ENS Rennes (France)
- Heidelberg University (Germany)
- Kozminski University (Poland)
- NOVA University of Lisbon (Portugal)
- Oxford University (England, United Kingdom)
- Riga Technical University (Latvia)
- RWTH Aachen University (Germany)
- Sam Ratulangi University (Indonesia)
- Toulouse Business School (France)
- University of Angers / ENSAI (France)
- University of Antwerp (Belgium)
- University of Cambridge (England, United Kingdom)
- University of Chile (Chile)
- University of Leiden (Netherlands)
- University of Nîmes (France)
- University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
- University of Technology of Compiègne (France)
- University of Montpellier (France)
- University of Zagreb (Croatia)
- Utrecht University (Netherlands)
DRAWING & PHOTO CONTEST EXPOSITIONS
PCU Bridge Trophy 2020
- 1st place – University of Montpellier (France)
- 2nd place – Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Bangladesh)
- 3rd place – University of Technology of Compiègne (France)
CONTACT & REGISTRATION
CONTACT BRIDGE TROPHY
+32 3 265 37 44
Registration for the PCU Bridge Trophy 2020 is simple by filling out the registration form below and no entry or participation fees are required. The registration deadline is 13 November 2020 (or when the maximum amount of registrations is reached). Teams have to represent Universities or other Institutes of Higher Education.
Registrations have closed.
Antwerp and its university have a long standing tradition with mind sports with former Rector Walter Decleir as chairman of the FISU CT Chess from 1996 to 2007 and Geert Magerman as chairman of the FISU CT Bridge from 2003 until today. Antwerp also hosted the FISU World University Championship Chess in 1992 and the University of Antwerp co-hosted the EUSA European University Bridge Championship in 2007. In 2022, Antwerp will be again the host for the FISU World University Championships Mind Sports (Bridge and Chess). To honor the legacy of the persons and events mentioned before, the University of Antwerp decided to establish the PCU International University Bridge Trophy and to partner with the PCU Committee to ensure an extended international bridge network, with the Antwerp University Bridge Club DUA and the Flemish Bridge League to ensure the best possible local framework. President of the Bridge Trophy Organisation Committee is Dr. Koenraad Keignaert, Head of Student Services at the University of Antwerp.