Finally, the most awaited moment for cricket fans has come. The Euro T20 Slam 2020 is Finally announced.
Euro T20 Slam 2020 – Announcement
This Great news is announced by Euro T20 Slam Founder Danial Weston. The European T20 Cricket League is to be held from 30 August 2020. A total of 33 expected matches are going to be played in this event.
This wonderful event will end on 22nd September 2020. Each franchise has a minimum of 9 Domestic Players and 7 overseas Players in their 11 players Squad. While each franchise must field a minimum of six Domestic players in their 11 players Squad
Teams Participating in European Cricket league 2020
Total eight teams are participating in this beautiful event
- V.O.C Rotterdam (NLD)
- Januia Brescia (ITA)
- Dreux Cricket Club (FRA)
- Catalunya Cricket Club (ESP)
- Cluj Cricket Club (ROU)SG Findorff (DEU)
- Svanholm Cricket Club (DNk)
- St. Peterburg Lions (RUS)
This Tournament is based on 2 Group, Groups A and Group B. All team of Euro T20 Slam is Announced by the ECL Founder Danial Weston. In European Cricket League 2020 Launch presentation he announced all teams of Group A and Group B
|V.O.C Rotterdam (NLD)||Januia Brescia (ITA)|
|Dreux Cricket Club (FRA)||Catalunya Cricket Club (ESP)|
|Cluj Cricket Club (ROU)||SG Findorff (DEU)|
|Svanholm Cricket Club (DNk)||St. Peterburg Lions (RUS)|
The new European T20 cricket league is to be held from 30 August to 22 September 2020, following an agreement between the boards of Cricket Scotland, Cricket Netherlands and Cricket Ireland.
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In European Cricket League Announcement Warren Deutrom, Chief Executive of Cricket Ireland, said: “The process wasn’t just about establishing a mere name, but rather giving the tournament an identity which both aligned it with other global domestic leagues, yet made it a distinctive and a vibrant brand”.
“It was important to us to convey our points of difference that would resonate in local markets – in Ireland, Scotland, and the Netherlands – where cricket is not the dominant sport in town. The touchpoints of geography, cricket, and excitement was our goal, and we hope it will gain the necessary traction with fans.”