Bonzini World Championship Series

The first event of the World Championship Series tournament category will take place at the CDFAS in Eaubonne (near Paris), France, for the 4th consecutive year.
It is organized by the FFFT (Fédération Française de Football de Table).

Various competitions will take place: Open Singles, Doubles, Women's…, as well as a Junior competition which for the first time will count towards the brand new ITSF Junior Rankings.

The first 3 Open Singles winners as well as the winner of the Women's Singles and the winner of the Junior's Singles will be automatically qualified for the World Championships taking place in Saint-Vincent, Italy, October 25-28, 2007.


The tournament will also feature a National Teams Competition in which some 15 countries will compete, including Belgium, China, Denmark, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, the USA, etc.
This event will determine the best national team on the Bonzini table.

The National Teams Competition will follow the same rules that were used during the 2006 World Cup in Hamburg, Germany.



Tournament details and registration form

Deadline for registration is May 7th.

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