England national bandy team
|February 1913, Davos, Switzerland|
|European Bandy Championships|
|Best result||1st (1913)|
An England national bandy team was formed in the years around 1900. It was a natural consequence of England being the birthplace of bandy in the 19th century, bandy often being seen as the winter equivalent to either association football or field hockey. Early international games were played against the Netherlands, Germany and France.
The bandy team represented England in the 1913 European Bandy Championships in Davos, Switzerland. It was credited with winning the eight-nation tournament. At the time, bandy in England was administrated through the National Bandy Association.
After almost a hundred years, a new national federation for bandy was formed. The Bandy Federation of England joined the Federation of International Bandy in 2010 and England will hopefully play in the World Championships in the coming years. Debuting in 2018 is the goal. The federation changed names to England Bandy Federation in January 2017.
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