WDF Europe Cup Men Teams 1990

From 8 until 10 November VII European Cup was held at the Corradino Sports Pavilion in Malta. Seventeen countries participated which was a new record. The only question was if any team could keep the favourite English team consisting of John Lowe, Eric Bristow, Bob Anderson and Phil Taylor from retaining the European Cup title.

In the team event the English team steamrolled its opponents. After a bye in the first round because the Spanish team did not show up, they defeated Norway (A. Folgero JI Ekren, K. Nilsen and SA Hjelmeland), 9-1. The surprising Belgians (B. Raes E. Clarijs F. Smout and JM Dejonghe) were then brushed aside in the semi-finals 9-4. In the final, the Swedes, without Stefan Lord in there midst (LE Karlsson, M. Caris You Liman and S. Nagy) lost 9-1 and so the England team took its fifth title in the European Cup team event effortlessly.

Venue: Malta Corradino Sports Pavilion, Verdala (Paola) From: Thursday 08 November 1990 Till: Saturday 10 November 1990

Champion

England
Photographer: MasterCaller.com
WDF Europe Cup Men Teams 1990
England England

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2016
England England
9
9 - 6
Netherlands Netherlands
6
2014
Wales Wales
9
9 - 7
England England
7
2012
Netherlands Netherlands
9
9 - 7
England England
7
2010
Belgium Belgium
9
9 - 5
Netherlands Netherlands
5
2008
Denmark Denmark
9
9 - 8
Netherlands Netherlands
8
2006
Netherlands Netherlands
9
9 - 2
Scotland Scotland
2
2004
England England
9
9 - 7
Scotland Scotland
7
2002
Scotland Scotland
9
9 - 8
Netherlands Netherlands
8
2000
England England
9
9 - 3
Netherlands Netherlands
3
1998
England England
9
9 - 5
Belgium Belgium
5
1996
England England
9
9 - 5
Wales Wales
5
1994
England England
9
9 - 7
Wales Wales
7
1992
England England
9
9 - 3
Wales Wales
3
1990
England England
9
9 - 1
Sweden Sweden
1
1988
Wales Wales
9
9 - 7
Scotland Scotland
7
1986
England England
9
9 - 3
Belgium Belgium
3
1984
England England
9
9 - 7
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
7
1982
England England
9
9 - 1
Wales Wales
1
1980
England England
9
9 - 3
Wales Wales
3
1978
Scotland Scotland
9
9 - 3
Wales Wales
3