from 25-29 July 2023
The Monster Energy FIM Speedway World Cup is returning for an incredible week of racing in the gorgeous Polish city of Wroclaw from July 25–29, and team management is bracing for the ultimate tactical struggle.
Due to popular demand, FIM Speedway worldwide promoter Discovery Sports Events brings back the sport's most illustrious team competition, originally introduced as the FIM Speedway World Team Cup in 1960. This is the year that Speedway celebrates its 100th anniversary.
The Monster Energy FIM SWC, which was last competed in 2017, has nine nations, with Poland being seeded through to the Final, which will take place on Saturday, July 29 at Wroclaw's famed Olympic Stadium.
After qualifying through the 2022 FIM Speedway of Nations, Great Britain, Australia, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Finland, and tournament rookie France compete in the Semi-Finals. The draw for Semi-Final 1 on July 25 and Semi-Final 2 on July 26 will be announced in due course.
The semifinal champion will play in the Monster Energy FIM SWC Final with host nation Poland, while the second and third-placed teams will compete in the Race Off on Friday, July 28. The victor of that event completes the Final Four, which will fight for the title of FIM Speedway world team champions in 2023.
You can watch the Monster Energy FIM SWC Final 2023 Live stream in HD on your smart devices from all over the world at SupercrosstvLive.com. Supercross TV Live offers the best and cheapest premium packages at a reasonable price. Most importantly, you can also buy a trial package before getting the premium package.
SEMI-FINAL 1: Tuesday, July 25
GREAT BRITAIN: Dan Bewley, Robert Lambert, Tai Woffinden (captain), Tom Brennan, Adam Ellis, Steve Worrall, Anders Rowe, Chris Harris.
TEAM MANAGERS: Simon Stead and Oliver Allen.
SWEDEN: Jacob Thorssell, Fredrik Lindgren (captain), Philip Hellstrom-Bangs, Filip Hjelmland, Oliver Berntzon, Kim Nilsson, Victor Palovaara, Daniel Henderson, Anton Karlsson, Antonio Lindback.
TEAM MANAGER: Morgan Andersson.
CZECH REPUBLIC: Eduard Krcmar, Petr Chlupac, Vaclav Milik (captain), Jan Kvech, Daniel Klima, Josef Franc, Matous Kamenik, Hynek Stichauer, Jan Jenicek, Jaroslav Vanicek.
TEAM MANAGER: Zdenek Schneiderwind.
GERMANY: Kevin Wolbert, Sandro Wassermann, Martin Smolinski, Kai Huckenbeck (captain), Norick Blodorn, Michael Hartel, Erik Riss, Marius Hillebrand, Erik Bachhuber, Rene Deddens.
TEAM MANAGERS: Sascha Dorner and Mathias Bartz.
SEMI-FINAL 2: Wednesday, July 26
AUSTRALIA: Max Fricke, Ryan Douglas, Keynan Rew Jason Doyle (captain), Chris Holder, Jack Holder, Jaimon Lidsey, Sam Masters, Brady Kurtz, and Rohan Tungate.
TEAM MANAGER: Mark Lemon.
DENMARK: Mads Hansen, Leon Madsen (captain), Frederik Jakobsen, Mikkel Michelsen, Anders Thomsen, Nicki Pedersen, Michael Jepsen Jensen, Nicolai Klindt, Andreas Lyager Hansen, Rasmus Jensen,.
TEAM MANAGER: Nicki Pedersen.
FINLAND: Antti Vuolas, Timo Lahti (captain), Joni Laukkanen, Jesse Mustonen, Timi Salonen, Nicce Sayrio, Ronni Niemela, Henri Ahlbom, Topi Mustonen, Tero Aarnio.
TEAM MANAGER: Aki-Pekka Mustonen.
FRANCE: Mathieu Tresarrieu, Steven Goret, David Bellego (captain), Dimitri Berge, Mathias Tresarrieu, Tino Bouin, Jordan Dubernard.
TEAM MANAGER: Laurent Sambarrey.
RACE OFF: Friday, July 28
Second Place in Semi-Final 1
Third Place in Semi-Final 1
Second Place in Semi-Final 2
Third Place in Semi-Final 2
FINAL: Saturday, July 29
POLAND: Patryk Dudek, Mateusz Cierniak, Przemyslaw Pawlicki, Maksym Drabik, Maciej Janowski, Dominik Kubera, Piotr Pawlicki, Szymon Wozniak, Janusz Kolodziej, Bartosz Zmarzlik (captain).
TEAM MANAGER: Rafal Dobrucki.
Winner Of Semi-Final 1
Winner Of Semi-Final 2
Winner Of Race Off