The Cyprus Badminton Federation is proud to announce the Cyprus U17 & Youth International 2021.
The U17 tournament will be held in Nicosia between December 17th – 19th and the Youth tournament will be held in Nicosia between December 16th – 19th. After the very successful tournaments of the past years, we expect to have even more participants and countries taking part this year.
Please find below the official invitation, accommodation & travel forms for the Cyprus U17 International 2021, part of the Badminton Europe U17 Circuit
Cyprus U17 International 2021 – Invitation
Cyprus U17 International 2021 – Accommodation and travel form
Kindly note that the deadline for submitting tournament entries is the 16th November 2021, 23.59 BWF HQ time (GMT +08:00).
The entries must be made using the online entry system:
The tournament information is also available on the BEC website.
Enter your participation today and meet us in Nicosia in December!
The entry list for the Cyprus U17 International 2021 has been published and is available at https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/acceptancelist.aspx?id=06fdebe5-7f10-419b-9151-9c67f35b11a7.
For selecting the players/pairs the BEC European U17 Ranking from 15/11/2021 has been used.
Update 25/11/2021: the schedule for the tournament will be as below:
- TMM: 17/12 at 8h30 in the venue
- 17/12: group stage of MS and MS (starting at 9h)
- 18/12: all R16 + all QF (starting at 9h)
- 19/12: all SF + all finals (starting at 9h)
The draw of Cyprus U17 International 2021 have been made and publish. You can find them in the link below. You can find also the match schedule for day 1(16th of December)of the tournament:
The seeding and the draw have been done according to the BEC European U17 Ranking from 29/11/2021
The draw of Cyprus Youth International 2021 has been published and is available at
Documents about Cyprus Youth
Cyprus Youth International 2021_Invitation
Cyprus Youth International 2021_Accommodation&Travel Details form
Cyprus Youth International 2021_Entry form
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