Fistball European Championships

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Fistball European Championships are a competition which has been organized by the International Fistball Association (IFA) since 1965 for men and since 1993 for women.


European Championships - Men[edit]

Year Host Gold Silver Bronze
1965 Linz (Austria) West Germany West Germany Austria Austria East Germany East Germany
1970 Olten (Switzerland) West Germany West Germany East Germany East Germany Austria Austria
1974 Linz (Austria) West Germany West Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
1978 Offenburg (Germany) West Germany West Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
1981 Perg (Austria) West Germany West Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
1984 Binningen (Switzerland) Austria Austria West Germany West Germany Switzerland Switzerland
1988 Zwettl (Austria) West Germany West Germany Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
1991 Olten (Switzerland) Germany Germany Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
1994 Walldürn (Germany) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
1996 Linz (Austria) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
1998 Oldenburg (Germany) Germany Germany Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
2000 Freistadt (Austria) Germany Germany Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
2002 Erlangen (Germany) Austria Austria Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland
2004 Neuendorf (Switzerland) Austria Austria Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland
2006 Linz (Austria) Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria Germany Germany
2008 Stuttgart (Germany) Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland Germany Germany
2010 Ermatingen (Switzerland) Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland Germany Germany
2012 Schweinfurt (Germany) Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria Germany Germany
2014 Olten (Switzerland)

European Championships - Women[edit]

Year Host Gold Silver Bronze
1993 St. Florian (Austria) Germany Germany Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
1996 Štěchovice (Czech Republic) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
1999 Alzenau (Germany) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
2000 Schaffhausen (Switzerland) Switzerland Switzerland Germany Germany Austria Austria
2001 Wigoltingen (Switzerland) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
2003 Arnreit (Austria) Germany Germany Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
2004 Seebergen (Germany) Switzerland Switzerland Germany Germany Austria Austria
2005 Rohrbach (Austria) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
2007 Salzburg (Austria) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
2008 Rohrbach (Austria) Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria
2009 Zofingen (Switzerland) Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria Germany Germany
2011 Ludwigshafen-Oppau (Germany) Austria Austria Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland
2012 Diepoldsau (Switzerland) Austria Austria Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland
2013 Bohdaneč (Czech Republic) Austria Austria Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland
2015 (Austria)

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