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Countdown: 6 days to go to the World Cup


A look at where some of our stars of today have come from: The Under 20 and Under 19 category.
ALL U19 FINALS
1994 Paris, FRA: (U20) Joseph Borg Bonaci (MLT) – Vasco Guimaraes (POR) 1-0
1996 Silkeborg, DEN: (U20) Ouabi Rouis (FRA) – Simone Bertelli (ITA) 3-4
1998 Namur, BEL: (U20) Simone Bertelli (ITA) – Valéry Dejardin (BEL) 2-0
2000 Vienna, AUT: Jean-Guillaume Einsle (FRA) – Nicolas Wlodarczyk (FRA) 2-3
2001 Porto, POR: Carlos Flores (ESP) – Nicolas Wlodarczyk (FRA) 1-1 (3-4 shots)
2002 Birmingham, ENG: Sami Targui (BEL) – Cédric Garnier (FRA) 1-0
2003 Cospicua, MLT: Roderick Sciberras (MLT) – Carlo Flores (ESP) 2-1ms
2004 Bologna, ITA: Arnaud Nullens (BEL) – Daniele Bertelli (ITA) 1-7
2005 Tournai, BEL: Samuel Bartolo (MLT) – Daniele Bertelli (ITA) 1-2
2006 Dortmund, GER: Stefano Buono (ITA) – Arnaud Nullens (BEL) 1*-1 (1-0)
2007 Les Herbiers, FRA: Stefano Buono (ITA) – Arnaud Nullens (BEL) 5-4ms
2008 Vienna, AUT: Juan Manuel Noguera (ESP) – José Antonio Gomez Ros (ESP) 6-2
2009 Rotterdam, NED: Dominik Schulz (GER) – Björn Kegenbein (GER) 2-3
2010 Rain am Lech, GER: José Antonio Gómez Ros (ESP) – Casey van Os (NED) 4-1
2011 Palermo, ITA: Luca Zambello (ITA) – Bjorn Kegenbein (GER) 2-4
2012 Manchester, ENG: Luca Battista (ITA) – Björn Kegenbein (GER) 2-4
2013 Madrid, ESP: Luigi Di Vito (ITA) – David Gonzalez (ESP) 4-0
2014 Rochefort, BEL: Micael Caviglia (ITA) – Luigi Di Vito (ITA) 1-2ms
2015 San Benedetto, ITA: Claudio Panebianco (ITA) – David González (ESP) 0-4
2016 Framerie, BEL: Matteo Ciccarelli (ITA) – Nicola Borgo (ITA) 3-0
2017 Paris, FRA: Nicola Borgo (ITA) – Filippo Cubeta (ITA) 2-1ms