European Championship

IWBF Europe currently organizes the European Championships for Men – division A, B, and C, the European Championship for Women – division A and B, the European Championship for Men Under 23 and for Women Under 24.

General Information

Division A

The 12 teams that will participate are represented by:

1-The 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 2 best placed teams from the last European Championship in Division B.

 

 

Division B

The number of teams that will participate are a maximum of 10 teams represented by:

1-The 2 teams (the two last placed teams) relegated from the last European Championship for men Division A;

2-The 4 best placed teams in the last European Championships for men Division B, other than the teams qualified in (1) above;

3-The 2 best placed teams from the last European Championship for Men, Division C;

4-The organiser should be one of the above mentioned teams.

 

 

Division C

The number of teams that will participate are a maximum of 8 teams represented by:

1-The 2 last placed teams relegated from the last European Championship for men Division B;

2-The remaining teams.

 

 

History Gold Medals

GBR
MEDALS
1971-1974-1995-2011-2013-2015-2019
FRA
MEDALS
1982-1987-1989-1991-1997-1999-2001
ISR
MEDALS
1977-1978-1981
ITA
MEDALS
2003-2005-2009
NED
MEDALS
1993 - 2021
TUR
MEDALS
2017
SWE
MEDALS
2007
BEL
MEDALS
1970

Division A

The number of teams that will participate are a maximum of 6 teams represented by:

1-The organising country;

2-The 5 best placed teams in the last European Championship for women, other than the organising country;

3-The 2 best placed teams from the last European Championship for Women, Division D;

 

Division B

The number of teams that will participate are a maximum of 8 teams represented by:

1-The two (2) teams (the two last placed teams) relegated from the last European Championship for Women Division B;

2-The remaining teams.

 

History Gold Medals

GER
MEDALS
1974-1987-1991-1999-2003-2005-2007-2009-2011-2015
NED
MEDALS
1989-1993-1995-1997-2013-2017-2019-2021

History Gold Medals

ESP
MEDALS
2006-2008-2021
GBR
MEDALS
2002-2004-2014
GER
MEDALS
1999-2012
TUR
MEDALS
2016-2018
SWE
MEDALS
2010

History Gold Medals

GBR
MEDALS
2002-2004-2014
NED
MEDALS
2016-2018

History

1970
First official European Championship for Men, Brugge, Belgium
1974
First European Championships for Women, Kerpape, France
1999
First European Championship for Youth, Paris, France
2003
First European Championships for Men - Division B, Warsaw, Poland
2004
First European Championships for Men u2013 Division C, Athens, Greece
2013
First European Championship for Women U25, Stoke Mandeville, Great Britain
2016
First European Championship for Women, Division B, Atri, Italy