Skater hockey

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Skater hockey is team sport played with a plastic ball. The game is played using inline roller skates or quad skates. It is different from Inline Hockey. Skater hockey is played by two teams, and each team is permitted to have 5 players on the pitch, usually four outfield players and a goalkeeper. The rink (40mx20m) is divided in two halves with a goal in each end. A game last 3 periods of 20 minutes each.
Like Ice hockey skater hockey is a contact sport and has similar set of rules, but still with several variations in the rules of the game, like no icing, the Free Hit rule and stricter limitations regarding physical contact. See the IISHF - Rules of the Game for detailed description.

IISHF[edit]

Skater hockey is Internationally organized under IISHF (International Inline-Skater hockey Federation) with each of the nine member-countries organized in their national governing bodies.

Austria Austria Denmark Denmark Germany Germany Israel Israel Netherlands Netherlands Poland Poland Russia Russia Switzerland Switzerland United Kingdom United Kingdom
Österreichischer Rollsport- und Inline-Skate-Verband (ÖRSV) Danish Rollerskating Association - Danmarks Rulleskøjte Union (DRsU) Inline-Skater hockey Deutschland (ISHD) Israel Inline-Skater hockey Federation (ILISHF) Dutch Roller sports & Bandy Association (ISHF) Polish Federation of Roller Skating (PZSW) Russia Skater hockey Fédération suisse de inline hockey (FSIH) British Inline Skater Hockey Association (BISHA)

IISHF European Men's Championships[edit]

Year Winners Runners-up 3rd Place Location
2012 Switzerland Switzerland United Kingdom Great Britain Denmark Denmark Givisiez - Switzerland
2011 Germany Germany United Kingdom Great Britain Denmark Denmark Stegersbach - Austria
2010 Denmark Denmark Switzerland Switzerland Germany Germany Lugano - Switzerland
2009 Switzerland Switzerland Denmark Denmark United Kingdom United Kingdom Lugano - Switzerland
2008 Germany Germany United Kingdom United Kingdom Switzerland Switzerland Stegersbach - Austria
2007 Switzerland Switzerland Germany Germany United Kingdom United Kingdom Steindorf, Austria
2006 Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Austria Austria Lugano, Switzerland
2005 Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Denmark Denmark Kaarst, Germany
2004 Germany Germany Switzerland Switzerland Denmark Denmark Paignton, United Kingdom

IISHF European Men's Cup[edit]

2012 Denmark Vesterbro Starz Germany Duisburg Ducks United Kingdom Hallamshire Hornets Givisiez, Switzerland
2011 Germany SHC Essen Rockets United Kingdom Hallamshire Hornets Denmark Vesterbro Starz Essen, Germany
2010 Germany HC Köln-West Rheinos Denmark Vesterbro Starz United Kingdom Hallamshire Hornets Copenhagen, Denmark
2009 United Kingdom Hallamshire Hornets United Kingdom London Street Warriors Germany HC Köln-West Delemont, Switzerland
2008 Germany HC Köln-West Switzerland IHC La Tour de Peilz Switzerland SHC Rossemaison Duisburg, Germany
2007 Switzerland IHC La Tour de Peilz Germany HC Köln-West Germany Bissendorfer Panther Montreux, Switzerland
2006 Denmark Vesterbro Starz Switzerland IHC La Tour de Peilz Germany Uedesheim Chiefs Essen, Germany
2005 Germany Duisburg Ducks Switzerland SHC Rossemaison Denmark Copenhagen Vikings Delémont, Switzerland
2004 Denmark Vesterbro Starz Germany Duisburg Ducks United Kingdom Hallamshire Hornets Kaarst, Germany

European junior championships[edit]

  • European junior champions 2007 are Germany
  • European junior champions 2008 are Switzerland

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