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The Ecommerce Cup 2019 Group Stage Draw

By Chris Dawson June 11, 2019 - 9:00 am

With the England women’s national football team having beaten the Scots in the first game of the Women’s World Cup, you might think there’s no football worth watching until they play again on Friday. Not so, this Thursday the 13th of June sees THE football tournament of the year as The Ecommerce Cup 2019 gets under way, with the most hotly contested trophy in the online world due to be presented that evening.

The Ecommerce Cup 2019 Draw has been made (not by us, but by the professionals at PlayFootball) and with 42 teams entered in the tournament we’ll be using all 10 pitches in the group stages. 42 doesn’t divide by 10 very well, so two groups will have 5 teams with the other 8 comprising of 4. To balance this, the groups of 5 will have slightly shorter matches to ensure everyone gets the same length of time on the pitch – don’t think because you’re in a group of 4 that you’ll have fresher legs by the time we get to the last 16 stage!

The Ecommerce Cup Timings

12:00

Teams arrive at PlayFootball Shepherd’s Bush, 41 South Africa Road, London, W12 7RW

12:15

Team registration opens

12:45

Tournament Welcome and brief

13:00

First games kick off

15:00

Hogroast opens

Approx 16:50-19:00

Trophy Presentation Ceremony

12:00 – 21:00

Sports Bar open

The Ecommerce Cup 2019 Draw

Ecommerce Cup 2019 Group Stage Draw

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Cybertill
Weengs
Kenshoo
Pricesearcher
Bazaarvoice
Emarsys
Wrap Distribution
Klarna
Ravelin
Bounce Exchange
CACI
Scivisum
Energiser
Linnworks 1
ChannelAdvisor 1
Segmentify
Episerver
Linnworks 2
ChannelAdvisor 2
Skynet Worldwide
Exponea
Oliver Bonas

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Chargebacks911
PayPal 1
The Chat Shop
Ingenico
CitySprint
TrustPilot 1
Intersoft
PayPal 2
Clarion I.R.E
Trustpilot 2
InternetRetailing Media
Poq Commerce
Consignor
Vaimo
Just Eat 1
Post Office
Content Square
Visualsoft
Just Eat 2
Pregis

The Ecommerce Cup & the Ecommerce Shield

32 teams will move forward from the group stages to play for either The Ecommerce Cup or The Ecommerce Shield.

The top team from each group plus the 6 best 2nd placed teams will progress to The Ecommerce Cup competition.

The remaining 2nd 4 place teams plus next 12 best placed teams will progress to The Ecommerce Shield competition.

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