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Flanders Cup 2023
27. May - 28. May
The Flanders Cup organises its sixth edition in May and welcomes 10 teams from all over Europe and Canada. This international powerchair hockey tournament takes place every two years in Belgium. Teams battle on the highest level with the goal of winning the cup and making great memories with their teammates.
This edition welcomes impressive teams from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Switzerland, the Netherlands and even Canada. The national champion of Finland is present, so are the national teams of Canada and world champion Denmark. To top it off, a mix team formed with only ladies is taking the stage for the first time. Lastly, Dutch former internationals are coming back from their sportive retirement to beat the current back to back champion, WCHG, who will also be present to defend their title.
The Flanders Cup was founded by the late Bryan Vantornhout, player of Gidos Screamers and former player of the Belgian national team. It was his wish to make the sport more known in Belgium and to bring the top level of powerchair hockey close to home.
Spectators are welcome in the recreative sports hall of Schiervelde in Roeselare on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May from 10AM to 5.30PM.
For those who cannot attend the games in person, there will be a livestream.
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