Welcome to the EuroBowl 2016 22-23 October, Sweden 
One team per nation, 8 coaches per team bringing 8 different races. The very best of each European country represented.
Teams consisting of 3 coaches bringing 3 different races. There can be more than one team per nation as well as more than one nationality per team. Everyone is welcome to play in this tournament.
Basic Rules
Eurobowl and EurOpen are both played with the Competition Rules Pack including the rules for the three extra teams Slann, Underworld and Chaos Pact. We play according to the resurrection style of play. All coaches start each game with the same roster and skills they registered before the tournament.

Each coach build their team with a treasury consisting of 1,100,000 gold crowns.
Inducements are only available to tier 3 teams with the following restrictions. All tier 3 teams can buy 0-2 Star Players but must have at least 11 regular players before doing so. Goblins may buy 0-3 bribes and Halflings may buy 0-1 master chef.
All skills will be chosen before the tournament and will stay the same for all matches throughout the tournament. See the tier chart below for information on how many and which type of skills your selected team can choose. A coach may use some or all of the extra cash (tier 2 & 3) to buy skills. The rest is added to the team treasury and used towards building the team. Skills are priced as follows, 20K for a normal skill and 30K for a double skill.

Skill stacking or stat upgrades are not allowed for either Eurobowl or EurOpen.
Tier 1
6 normal skills

Wood Elf, Undead, Lizardmen, Skaven, Dwarf, Chaos Dwarf, Orcs, Dark Elf, Norse, Amazon
Tier 2
6 normal skills, 1 double skill and 20K extra cash

Chaos, Chaos Pact, Human, Khemri, Slann, Necromantic, High Elf, Elf, Nurgle
Tier 3
6 normal skills, 1 double skill and 50K extra cash

Underworld, Halfling, Goblin, Ogre, Vampire
All coaches need to bring their own printed rosters for the event. At least one roster must be in English to show your opponent during games and check in at the venue.

Please send in your roster prior to attending the event. This will ensure that we can get everyone registered on time and make sure the event will run smoothly. Send a copy of your roster to info@eurobowl.eu with the topic: Roster, NAF name, NAF number.
There will be a team of referees at the venue to help solve problems if they arise.

Feel free to contact one of the referees if not able to solve a situation by yourself. The referees will also keep track of game time and if your match is not progressing fast enough you will be asked to use a chess clock or similar.

All coaches should bring a timer or app to use if necessary to keep matches on time.
Tournament format
Both the Eurobowl and the Eur´Open have the same format.

The tournament consist of six rounds. Teams are paired by Swiss-draw in round two to six. In the first round draws are made randomly. Teams are randomly paired up with a team from the group they are in.

The individual match-ups are decided randomly in the first round and by Swiss-draw thereafter.

Each individual victory gives the team 1 point
Each individual draw gives the team 0.5 point

Team victory earns the team 1 points
Team draw earns both teams 0.5 points
Team loss earns the team 0 points

Tie breakers:
In the case of equal point score in the table of standings the following tie-breaker is used:
- first sort by sum of opponents' points
- then by TD net score
- then by Cas net score
- last by rövkrok, a traditional Swedish duel.

Please note here that only casualties that would yield star player point counts.
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