FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup
|Number of teams||16|
|Current champions||Argentina (5th title)|
|Most successful team(s)||Spain (16 times)|
The world championship tournament is held every two years, on the odd years. The first event was held in 1936, in the city of Stuttgart. Through the 2015 World Cup, only five countries have taken the Roller Hockey World Cup: England winning two times, Portugal winning fifteen times, Spain winning sixteen times, Italy winning four times and Argentina winning five times.
Since the 2003 World Cup all events have been 16-team events, featuring a four group round-robin tournament with four teams in each group. The top two teams in each group advance to an eight team knockout final series.
|Team||Titles||Runners-up||Third place||Fourth place||Top 4
FIRS Roller Hockey "B" World Championship
|Number of teams||7 – 9|
|Current champions||Austria (1st title)|
|Most successful team(s)||United States (3 titles)|
|2016 FIRS B–Roller Hockey World Cup|
The FIRS Roller Hockey "B" World Championship is the second-tier level international championship for roller hockey organized by FIRS. The event is a 7 to 9-team event, featuring a two group round-robin tournament. The top four teams in each group advance to an eight team knockout final series.
The first three-placed nations are granted an entry to next year's "A" World Championship and the last three-placed nations on the "A" tournament are relegated to the next year's "B" World Championship.
- "World Roller Games 2017: from Barcelona to Nanjing". RollerSports.org. Fédération Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS). 28 January 2016. Retrieved 4 February 2016.
- "Signed the institutional agreement for the 2019 edition of the FIRS Roller Games in Barcelona". RollerSports.org. Fédération Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS). 3 June 2016. Retrieved 7 June 2016.
- Despite winning the tournament, Catalonia did not contest the 2005 "A" World Championship due to the FIRS not endorsing its final acceptance. They participated in this event as a provisional member.