Welcome


Dear futnet fans,

 

welcome to the official website of UNIF Women’s and Juniors World Championships! We are happy to see you here and hope to offer you lots of interesting and useful information regarding this great futnet holiday.

 

After four years, one of the top international futnet events is coming back to the country where futnet was born almost a century ago. This year Women’s and Juniors World Championships will be held in the most traditional of all futnet places – in the Czech Republic. Great passion for futnet, the highest number of licenced players in the world and more than forty years of existence of the Czech National Association are a guarantee of the best possible celebration of these top UNIF competitions.

 

Do not miss out on this spectacular experience and note down 3 and 4 November when the second largest city of the Czech Republic, Brno, will host the Women’s and Juniors World Championships. Both competitions are held in the three futnet disciplines – single, double and triple – so there are as many as six sets of medals to give away.

 

All that you need and want to know about this top event can be found on this website, from practical information about the accommodation, transport and tickets to the news and updates about the teams, schedule and results. And if you still have any questions or doubts, do not hesitate to contact us via the Contact section and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

 

We hope to see you in Brno and, in the meantime, enjoy your stay on this website!

Results - JUNIORS
triples Slovakia SVK Czech Republic CZE 0 : 2
doubles Czech Republic CZE Slovakia SVK 2 : 0
singles Czech Republic CZE Slovakia SVK 2 : 1
triples France FRA Hungary HUN 1 : 2
doubles Hungary HUN Switzerland SUI 2 : 0
singles Switzerland SUI France FRA 0 : 2
Results - WOMEN
triples Czech Republic CZE Slovakia SVK 2 : 1
doubles Czech Republic CZE Slovakia SVK 2 : 1
singles Czech Republic CZE Hungary HUN 0 : 2
triples France FRA Hungary HUN 0 : 2
doubles Hungary HUN France FRA 2 : 1
singles Switzerland SUI France FRA 2 : 0