European Lacrosse Championships

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The European Lacrosse Championships are held every four years, and have been held since 1995 to determine the best national lacrosse team of Europe. Before 2002, the championships were held annually (except for men in 1998 because of the World Championships, and for women in 2001 because of the World Cup), but in 2002 the European Lacrosse Federation (ELF) changed it to every four years, occurring on the even years between the World Championships.

The most recent European Championships for both men's and women's teams were held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in June 2012.

Results[edit]

Year by year[edit]

Year Men's Women's
1995 1. England
2. Czech Republic
3. Wales
4. Scotland
5. Sweden
6. Germany

NO COMPETITION

1996 1. England
2. Czech Republic
3. Scotland
4. Wales
5. Sweden
6. Germany
1. England
2. Wales
3. Scotland
4. Czech Republic
5. Germany
1997 1. England
2. Czech Republic
3. Sweden
4. Wales
5. Germany
6. Scotland
1. England
2. Wales
3. Czech Republic
4. Sweden
5. Germany
6. Scotland
1998
NO COMPETITION
(Because of World
Championships)
1. Scotland
2. England
3. Wales
4. Czech Republic
5. Germany
1999 1. England
2. Germany
3. Scotland
4. Czech Republic
5. Wales
6. Sweden
1. Wales
2. England
3. Czech Republic
4. Germany
5. Scotland
6. Sweden
2000 1. England
2. Germany
3. Scotland
4. Czech Republic
5. Sweden
6. Wales
1. England
2. Wales
3. Scotland
4. Czech Republic
5. Germany
6. Scotland dev.
2001 1. Germany
2. England
3. Czech Republic
4. Scotland
5. Wales
6. Ireland
NO COMPETITION
(Because of World Cup)
2004 1. England
2. Germany
3. Scotland
4. Sweden
5. Czech Republic
6. Wales
7. Ireland
8. Finland
9. Netherlands
10. Denmark
11. Italy
12. Latvia
1. Wales A
2. Scotland A
3. England
4. Czech Republic
5. Germany
6. Scotland B
7. Wales B
8. Denmark
2008 1. England
2. Netherlands
3. Germany
4. Sweden
5. Finland
6. Ireland
7. Wales
8. Czech Republic
9. Scotland
10. Denmark
11. Latvia
12. Slovakia
13. Spain
14. Norway
15. Austria
16. Switzerland
17. France
18. Italy
1. Wales
2. England
3. Scotland
4. Ireland
5. Czech Republic
6. Germany
7. Sweden
8. Austria
9. Finland
10. Netherlands
2012 1. England
2. Ireland
3. Sweden
4. Netherlands
5. Germany
6. Scotland
7. Finland
8. Israel
9. Czech Republic
10. Wales
11. Switzerland
12. Slovakia
13. Italy
14. Norway
15. Belgium
16. France
17. Spain
1. England
2. Wales
3. Scotland
4. Germany
5. Czech Republic
6. Sweden
7. Netherlands
8. Ireland
9. Finland
10. Austria
11. Switzerland
12. Latvia

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