European Championships

Every two years countries across Europe battle it out to take glory and gain an automatic berth at the next Hockey World Cup or Olympics (depending on the cycle).
 
Dating back to 1970 (men) and 1984 (women) the EuroHockey Championships (to give it its full title) is organised by the European Hockey Federation (EHF).
 
The event is open to entries from each of the 43 Member Associations of the EHF. Teams are ranked in accordance with their performance in the previous event, with any newcomers being initially ranked bottom.
 
Each division is made up of eight teams, with direct promotion and relegation for the top two and bottom two teams respectively.
 
Full details of all the Divisions are available on the EHF website www.eurohockey.org

Name Dates Location Links
Men's Rabo EuroHockey Championship 2017 Aug 19-27 2017 Amsterdam Event page
Unibet EuroHockey Championships 2015 (M) Aug 21-30 2015 London (ENG) Event page
TriFInance EuroHockey Championships Boom 2013 (M) Aug 17-25 2013 Boom, Belgium Event page
Name Dates Location Links
Unibet EuroHockey Championships 2015 (W) Aug 21-30 2015 London (ENG) Event page
EuroHockey Junior Championship Waterloo 2014 Jul 20-26 2014 Waterloo, Belgium Event page
TriFinance EuroHockey Championships Boom 2013 Aug 17-24 2013 Boom, Belgium Event page

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