LEN has announced the 2019/2020 schedule for Champions League and Euro Cup.
Qualification Round 1: 30 August - 1 September
Qualification Round 2: 13-15 September
Qualification Round 3: 21 September and 23 September
9 October 2019
18/19 October 2019
30 October 2019
8/9 November 2019
20 November 2019
4 December 2019
It took about roughly six years to build FTC's men's waterpolo team from the ground that won the first Champions League title in the club's 120-year old history. Olympic champion Zsolt Varga's team won a championship again last year after 18 years, and during this season they were able to
On 13 June 2019, FTC Waterpolo held its conference in Groupama Aréna, home to FTC soccer (football).
Here all reporters, journalists gathered together to congratulate FTC's waterpolo team once again, and to also introduce three new members for the 2019/2020 season.
The conference consisted of two parts: a video section where we
FTC made the unthinkable: starting its quest in the qualification and arriving to the Final 8 from the fourth place in the group, they ended up with the Champions League trophy in their hands. The Hungarians won a thrilling final against title-holder Olympiacos, which made a great comeback in the
These past three days of the Champions League Final 8 tournament was a tough journey for the teams as there was only once chance to win against a team to finish at a higher place. What did matter was when a team won or lost. For example, CNAB had 1
FTC and defending champion team Olympiacos were competing for the 2019 Champions League title. In the last game of the Final 8 tournament in Hannover, Germany, FTC beat 2018 champion Olympiacos after penalty shootout 14-13.
FTC (2017 and 2018 Euro Cup winner) had never played in the Champions League Finals before
As Hannover hosted the Final 8 series, home of Waspo 98, a lot of people hoped for the team to perform well. Anyone who thought that the two teams would dabble in this duel, was mistaken. It was a tough fight today, and even though Waspo lost 8-10 to BPM,
Croatia's water polo team, Jug Dubrovnik lost to FTC yesterday, but today defeated Italian BPM Sport Management in the 5th to 8th place scoring 11-8 (0-1, 5-3, 1-1, 5-3). With this victory, the Jugs reserved the opportunity to fight tomorrow for the 5th place in the Champions League Final 8
After going down 1-0 in the first minute of play, the Erythrolefki scored four unanswered goals to take a 4-1 lead and eventually found themselves ahead 5-3 after the conclusion of the first period of play. After the second period, Olympiacos maintained a solid 8-6 lead. Two early goals in
The FTC team won 9-7 over Barceloneta, and they are about to play their first Champions League final game their history on Saturday.
After winning the first match against Jug Dubrovnik 10-9 on Thursday, playing with Barceloneta was a defining moment whether or not they get into the Finals.