CERH European Roller Hockey Championship

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CERH European Roller Hockey Championship
Founded 1926
Region Europe (CERH)
Number of teams 6–10
Current champions  Portugal
(21st title)
Most successful team(s)  Portugal
(21 titles)
Website http://www.cerh.eu/
2016 CERH European Championship

The CERH European Roller Hockey Championship is a European roller hockey competition organised by the Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey (CERH) and contested by the best men's national teams.

The most successful team is Portugal, who have won the competition 21 times and are the current champions, having defeated Italy in 2016.

Results[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Year Host city Winner Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
1924
Details
Switzerland Montreux
England
League
Switzerland

France
League
Germany
4
1925
Details
Switzerland Montreux
England

Switzerland

Belgium

France
6
1926
Details
United Kingdom Herne Bay
England

France

Germany

Switzerland
6
1927
Details
Switzerland Montreux
England

France

Switzerland

Germany
6
1928
Details
United Kingdom Herne Bay
England

France

Switzerland

Germany
6
1929
Details
Switzerland Montreux
England

Italy

France

Germany
6
1930
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United Kingdom Herne Bay
England

France

Germany

Switzerland
6
1931
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Switzerland Montreux
England

France

Switzerland

Italy
7
1932
Details
United Kingdom Herne Bay
England

Germany

France

Portugal
6
1934
Details
United Kingdom Herne Bay
England

Germany

Switzerland

Italy
6
1936
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Germany Stuttgart
England

Italy

Portugal

Switzerland
7
1937
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United Kingdom Herne Bay
England

Switzerland

Portugal

Italy
7
1938
Details
Belgium Antwerp
England

Italy

Belgium

Portugal
7
1939
Details
Switzerland Montreux
England

Italy

Portugal

Belgium
7
1947
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Portugal Lisbon
Portugal

Belgium

Spain

Italy
7
1948
Details
Switzerland Montreux
Portugal

England

Italy

Spain
9
1949
Details
Portugal Lisbon
Portugal

Spain

Italy

Belgium
8
1950
Details
Italy Milan
Portugal

Italy

Switzerland

Spain
10
1951
Details
Spain Barcelona
Spain

Portugal

Italy

Belgium
11
1952
Details
Portugal Porto
Portugal

Italy

Spain

Belgium
10
1953
Details
Switzerland Geneva
Italy

Portugal

Spain

Switzerland
13
1954
Details
Spain Barcelona
Spain

Portugal

Italy

Belgium
15
1955
Details
Italy Milan
Spain

Italy

Portugal

Switzerland
14
1956
Details
Portugal Porto
Portugal

Spain

Italy

West Germany
11
1957
Details
Spain Barcelona
Spain

Portugal

Italy

England
6
1959
Details
Switzerland Geneva
Portugal

Spain

Italy

England
10
1961
Details
Italy Turin
Portugal

Spain

Italy

Netherlands
10
1963
Details
Portugal Porto
Portugal

Spain

Netherlands

Switzerland
9
1965
Details
Portugal Lisbon
Portugal

Spain

Italy

Netherlands
9
1967
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Spain Bilbao
Portugal

Spain

Netherlands

Italy
9
1969
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Switzerland Lausanne
Spain

Portugal

Netherlands

Switzerland
9
1971
Details
Portugal Lisbon
Portugal

Spain

Italy

West Germany
9
1973
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West Germany Iserlohn
Portugal

Spain

West Germany

Italy
9
1975
Details
Italy Viareggio
Portugal

Spain

Italy

West Germany
8
1977
Details
Portugal Porto
Portugal

Spain

Italy

West Germany
9
1979
Details
Spain Barcelona
Spain

Portugal

Italy

Netherlands
9
1981
Details
West Germany Essen
Spain

Portugal

Italy

Netherlands
9
1983
Details
Italy Vercelli
Spain

Portugal

Italy

Netherlands
8
1985
Details
Portugal Barcelos
Spain

Italy

Portugal

Netherlands
9
1987
Details
Spain Oviedo
Portugal

Spain

Italy

West Germany
9
1990
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Italy Lodi
Italy

Spain

Portugal

Netherlands
9
1992
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Germany Wuppertal
Portugal

Italy

Spain

Germany
10
1994
Details
Portugal Funchal
Portugal
3–1
Spain

Italy
3–0
Switzerland
13
1996
Details
Italy Salsomaggiore
Portugal
League
Italy

Spain
League
Switzerland
9
1998
Details
Portugal Paços de Ferreira
Portugal
1–1 (a.e.t.)
(1–0p)

Spain

Italy
10–2
Switzerland
10
2000
Details
Switzerland Wimmis
Spain
6–3
Portugal

Italy
4–0
France
8
2002
Details
Italy Florence
Spain
4–2
Portugal

Italy
4–3
France
9
2004
Details
France La Roche-sur-Yon
Spain
4–2
Italy

Portugal
2–1
Switzerland
8
2006
Details
Italy Monza
Spain
2–0
Switzerland

Portugal
5–4
Italy
9
2008
Details
Spain Oviedo
Spain
1–0
Portugal

Italy
4–3
France
8
2010
Details
Germany Wuppertal
Spain
8–2
Portugal

France
1–1 (a.e.t.)
(2–0p)

Germany
8
2012
Details
Portugal Paredes
Spain
League
Portugal

Italy
League
France
7
2014
Details
Spain Alcobendas
Italy

Spain

Portugal

Germany
6
2016
Details
Portugal Oliveira de Azeméis
Portugal
6–2
Italy

Spain
7–1
Switzerland
8
  • Note: In 1936 and from 1939 to 1956, the tournament was also considered a World Cup.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Portugal 21 12 10 43
2  Spain 16 16 6 38
3  England 12 1 0 13
4  Italy 3 13 21 37
5  France 0 5 3 8
6   Switzerland 0 2 4 6
6  Germany 0 2 4 6
8  Belgium 0 1 1 2
9  Netherlands 0 0 4 4

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