CERH European Roller Hockey U-17 Championship

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CERH European Roller Hockey U-17 Championship
Founded 1981
Region Europe (CERH)
Number of teams 10
Current champions  Spain (17th title)
Most successful team(s)  Spain (17 titles)
Website http://cerh.eu
Mieres 2016

The CERH European Roller Hockey Juvenile Championship is an annual roller hockey competition for the under-17 national teams of Europe, which has been organized by the Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey (CERH) since 1981.

Spain are the current champions, after winning the 2016 tournament, which they hosted in Mieres, Asturias. With this victory – their first since 2012 – Spain reinforced their status as the most successful nation in this competition, with a total of 17 titles.



Year Edition Host city 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze 4th Place
2016 35th Spain Mieres, Spain  Spain  Portugal  France  Germany
2015 34th Portugal Luso, Portugal  Portugal  Spain  France  Italy
2014 33rd France Gujan-Mestras, France  Italy  Spain  Portugal  France
2013 32nd Spain Alcobendas, Spain  Portugal  France  Spain  Italy
2012 31st France Ploufragan, France  Spain  France  Portugal  Italy
2011 30th Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Germany
2010 29th England Northampton, England  Spain  Portugal  England  Italy
2009 28th France Dinan, France  Portugal  Spain  France  Italy
2008 27th Italy Bassano, Italy  Portugal  Italy  Spain  France
2007 26th France Nantes, France  Spain  Portugal  France  Germany
2006 25th Portugal Sesimbra, Portugal  Spain  Portugal  France  Germany
2005 24th France Quimper, France  Portugal  Spain  France  Italy
2004 23rd Italy Viareggio, Italy  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
2003 22nd Switzerland Wimmis, Switzerland  Spain  Portugal   Switzerland  Italy
2002 21st France St. Omer, France  Spain  Portugal  France  Germany
2001 20th Portugal Alcobaça, Portugal  Spain  Portugal  Italy   Switzerland
2000 19th Germany Walsum, Germany  Portugal  Spain  Italy   Switzerland
1999 18th Italy Vasto, Italy  Portugal  Spain   Switzerland  Italy
1998 17th France La Roche Sur Yon, France  Portugal  Spain  Italy  France
1997 16th England Barnsley, England  Spain  Portugal  Italy  England
1996 15th PortugalOliveira Azeméis, Portugal  Spain  Portugal   Switzerland  France
1995 14th Spain Igualada, Spain  Spain  Portugal  France   Switzerland
1994 13th Switzerland Montreux, Switzerland  Spain  Italy  Portugal  France
1993 12th France La Roche Sur Yon, France  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
1992 11th Italy Viareggio, Italy  Italy  Portugal  Spain   Switzerland
1991 10th Germany Düsseldorf, Germany  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
1990 9th Andorra Andorra la Vella, Andorra  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
1989 8th Portugal Anadia, Portugal  Portugal  Italy  Spain  France
1988 7th Switzerland Villeneuve, Switzerland  Italy  Portugal  Spain   Switzerland
1987 6th Italy Vercelli, Italy  Portugal  Spain  Italy   Switzerland
1986 5th Portugal Oliveira Azemeis, Portugal  Portugal  Italy  Spain   Switzerland
1985 4th Spain Palma Maiorca, Spain  Portugal  Italy  Spain   Switzerland
1984 3rd Italy Viareggio, Italy  Italy  Spain  Germany  Netherlands
1983 2nd Portugal Cascais, Portugal  Italy  Spain  Portugal  France
1982 1st Netherlands Zaandam, Netherlands  Italy  Portugal  Netherlands  Germany
1981 0th Netherlands Haia, Netherlands  Portugal  Italy  Spain  Germany

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Spain 17 10 8 35
2  Portugal 13 18 4 35
3  Italy 6 6 10 22
4  France 0 2 8 10
5   Switzerland 0 0 3 3
6  Germany 0 0 1 1
7  England 0 0 1 1
8  Netherlands 0 0 1 1

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