POLO+10 just got announced as the official sponsor of the German national team at the European Polo Championship from 4th to 14th September 2014, held at the Polo Club du Domaine de Chantilly in France. After team captain Christopher Kirsch (+3) received a hand injury at Berlin Maifeld at the German High Goal Championship and he had to cancel his participation at the European Championship in Chantilly. Moritz Gädeke, who also plays a +3 handicap, filled in for him in the short term. With the reigning German high goal champion, the just 16-year-old Caesar Crasemann (+1), Sven Schneider (+3) and Peter Kienast (+1) the team is complete and figure out good chances among the eight participating teams.

As their first match, the German national team will play against Italy in the opening match of the European Championship on 4th September at 3 pm. The second rival is France on Sunday, 7th September and Germany will meet the Netherlands on Thursday, 9th September. We are looking forward to support the German team actively, financially and of course with a constant reporting. You can see all match results and match reports as well as arguments of the national team and picture galleries online at www.poloplus10.com


Teams:
Zone A

Netherlands (+8)
Jim Souren (+1)
Pablo Van Den Brink (+2)
Alexander Van Andel (+2)
Nick Grooss (+3)

Italy (+8)
Edoardo Ferrari (+2)
Giacomo Galantino (+1)
Matias Bertola (+1)
Julio Coria (+4)

Germany (+8)
Moritz Gädeke (+3)
Sven Schneider (+3)
Caesar Crasemann (+1)
Peter Kienast (+1)

France (+8)
Julien Reynes (+2)
Florent Garaud (+2)
Corentin Lepape (+2)
Adrien Le Gallo (+2)

Zone B
England (+8)
Max Dear (0)
Olly Tuthill (+4)
Jack Mesquita (+1)
Freddy Dear (+3)

Spain (+8)
Mario Gomez Duran (+4)
Nicolas Alvarez Cervera (+3)
Yago Espinosa De Los Monteros (+2)
Luis Aznar Oriol (0)

Ireland (+8)
Richard Fagan (+1)
Sebastian Dawnay (+4)
Max Hutchinson (+2)
Stephen Hutchinson (+1)

Austria (+8)
Walter Scherb (+1)
Martin Bleier (+2)
Diego Braun (+4)
Robert Kofler (+1)


Schedule:
Thursday, 4th September 2014
03:00pm Italy vs. Germany
04:30pm France vs. Netherlands

Friday, 5th September 2014
11:00am Austria vs. England

Saturday, 6th September 2014
11:00am Spain vs. Ireland

Sunday, 7th September 2014
02:00pm Italy vs. Netherlands
03:30pm France vs. Germany

Monday, 8th September 2014
02:00pm Spain vs. England
03:30pm Ireland vs. Austria

Tuesday, 9th September 2014
02:00pm France vs. Italy
03:30pm Netherlands vs. Germany

Wednesday, 10th September 2014
02:00pm England vs. Ireland
03:30pm Austria vs. Spain

Friday, 12th September 2014
11:00am 4th Zone A vs. 3rd Zone B (Match 1)
12:30am 3rd Zone A vs. 4th Zone B (Match 2)
02:00pm 2nd Zone A vs. 1st Zone B (Match 3)
03:30pm 1st Zone A vs. 2nd Zone B (Match 4)

Saturday, 13th September 2014
11:00am Loser Match 1 vs. Loser Match 2
02:00pm Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match Spiel 2

Sunday, 14th September 2014
02:00pm Loser Match 3 vs. Loser Match 4
03:30pm Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4