Eight teams will qualify for the finals next June. Qualified so far: Hradec Králové.
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Qualifying for the UEFA Regions' Cup, Europe's top competition for amateur players, is in progress with eight teams eventually to reach next June's finals. Zagreb of Croatia won the 2016/17 edition.
How it works
- In all cases national qualifiers are held to decide the representatives for each association. San Marino and Malta enter national amateur teams rather than regional selections.
- The regional teams for the coming groups are to be confirmed.
- In the three preliminary round groups played in June and July, the teams finishing first and the two best runners-up progressed to the intermediate round.
- The winners of the eight intermediate round groups, played as mini-tournaments, will compete in the finals next June, hosted by one of the qualifiers.
Qualified for finals: Hradec Králové (CZE)
Preliminary round (complete)
Through: Amateurs FYR Macedonia (MKD), South Wales (WAL)
Through: Buzău (ROU)
Through: Nevėžis (LTU), Ironi Tiberias (ISR)
• Group winners and two best runners-up progressed to the intermediate round.
Group 1 (18–24 October): Russia (team tbc), Northern Ireland (team tbc)*, Portugal (team tbc), Amateurs FYR Macedonia (MKD)
Group 2 (16–22 September): Munster/Ulster (IRL), England (team tbc), Slovakia (team tbc), Buzău (ROU)*
Group 3 (12–18 September): Zagreb (CRO, holders)*, Ligue de Normandie (FRA), Latvia (team tbc), Nevėžis (LTU)
Group 4 (4–10 October): Turkey (team tbc), Bulgaria (team tbc)*, Belarus (team tbc), South Wales (WAL)
Group 5 (27 September–3 October): Bavaria (GER)*, Serbia (team tbc), Malta (MLT), Ironi Tiberias (ISR)
Group 6 (2–8 October): Castilla y León (ESP), Ukraine (team tbc)*, Azerbaijan (team tbc), Finland (team tbc)
Group 7 (complete):
Qualified: Hradec Králové (CZE)
Group 8 (9–15 October): Toscana (ITA)*, Dolnośląski (POL), Switzerland (team tbc), Ialoveni (MDA)
*hosts, if confirmed