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Euro FootGolf 202128 September - 03 October, 2021

Euro FootGolf 2021BükPhoto: Hungarian Footgolf Federation



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Euro FootGolf 2021

Team and Individual European Championship


After two successful and promising World Cups (Hungary in 2012 and Argentina in 2016) the European federations decided to begin a continental tournament for their nations. 


The first of these European team championships was organized by France, with the United Kingdom crowned the victors just outside of Paris. Such was the popularity of the event among the players, that there was no doubt the Euro FootGolf tournament would be held again two years later.


And so, in 2019, the championship travelled to the UK for a longer tournament, including group stages followed by elimination rounds. There, the UK defended their title, beating the 2019 World Cup winners, France, in the final once more.


Now here we are again, two years later, with Hungary having beaten bids from Holland and Spain to win the honour of hosting the third ever Euro FootGolf tournament, which for the very first time will feature 16 competing nations.


But this year’s event promises even more than its predecessors: besides the team competition, this year’s Euro FootGolf will also feature an individual battle, with players over 45 years old (senior players) and women competing for the first ever European Championship gold medals in these categories.


The course in Bük will be hosting FootGolf for the very first time, so these Euro FootGolf players will be the first to test the 36 brand new holes during the 4-day-long tournament. catest those 36 brand new holes during the 4 day-long tournaments.