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QuakeWorld Nations Cup

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[edit] Introduction

This Nations Cup was played in a 10 vs 10 format on death32c. 13 teams competed for the title, the first game was played at 30-11-2003 and the last at 22-02-2004.

[edit] Results

[edit] Eighth-finals

Team #1 Result Team #2
Germany Image:flag_de.gif 2 - 0 Image:flag_no.gif Norway
United Kingdom Image:flag_gb.gif Bye No team
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif Bye No team
Czech Republic Image:flag_cz.gif 0 - 2 Image:flag_ru.gif Russia
Poland Image:flag_pl.gif 2 - 0 Image:flag_fr.gif France
Portugal Image:flag_pt.gif 0 - 2 Image:flag_nl.gif The Netherlands
Finland Image:flag_fi.gif Bye No team
Denmark Image:flag_dk.gif W - O Image:flag_hu.gif Hungary



[edit] Quarter-finals

Team #1 Result Team #2
United Kingdom Image:flag_gb.gif 2 - 1 Image:flag_de.gif Germany
Russia Image:flag_ru.gif 0 - 2 Image:flag_se.gif Sweden
The Netherlands Image:flag_nl.gif 2 - 0 Image:flag_pl.gif Poland
Hungary Image:flag_hu.gif 0 - 2 Image:flag_fi.gif Finland



[edit] Semi-finals

Team #1 Result Team #2
Sweden Image:flag_se.gif 2 - 0 Image:flag_gb.gif United Kingdom
The Netherlands Image:flag_nl.gif W - O Image:flag_fi.gif Finland



[edit] Final

Team #1 Result Team #2
Finland Image:flag_fi.gif 2 - 0 Image:flag_se.gif Sweden

[edit] Links

[edit] Nation cup Seasons

National team cups
Leagues, events and cups
National Challenge 1 (Spring 1997), QuakeWorld Nations Cup (Winter 2004), QuakeWorld World Championships 2004 (Spring 2004), QuakeWorld World Championships 2005 (Spring 2005), Quake Nations Cup 2008 (Spring 2008), Quake Nations Cup 2009 (Spring 2009)
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