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CHAMPIONSHIPS

The European Championships are the Championships for national Men and Women teams organised by IWBF Europe and consists of three tournaments.

  • The European Championship for Men, Division A

  • The European Championship for Women

  • The European Championship for Men, Division B

  • The European Championship for Men, Division C

The number of teams that will participate will be:

  • 12 in the men’s competition Division A, represented by:

1.    The ten (10) best placed teams in the last European Championship for men Division A (The organising country must be one of these 9 teams);
2.     The two (2) best placed teams from the last European Championship in Division B;

  • 8 in the women’s competition, represented by:

1.     The organising country;
2.     The five (5) best placed teams in the last European Championship for women, other than the organising country;
3.     Two (2) teams from the qualification tournament(s).

  • a maximum of 10 teams in the men’s competition Division B, represented by:

1.     The two (2) teams (the two last placed teams) relegated from the last European Championship for men Division A;
2.     The four (6) best placed teams in the last European Championships for men Division B, other than the teams qualified in (1) above;
3.     Two (2) teams from the last European Championship for Men, Division C;
4.     The organiser should be one of the above mentioned teams.

  • a maximum of 8 in the men’s competition Division C, represented by:

1.      The two (2) teams (the two last placed teams) relegated from the last European Championship for men Division B;
2.       The remaining teams.

EUROCUP COMPETITIONS

The EuroCup is the European Championship for club teams organised by IWBF Europe and consists of the EuroLeague 1, EuroLeague 2 and EuroLeague 3 preliminary rounds and the following finals:

  • The EuroCup 1 named Champions Cup

  • The EuroCup 2 named André Vergauwen Cup

  • The EuroCup 3 named Willi Brinkmann Cup

  • The EuroCup 4 named Challenge Cup