World Broomball Championships

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The World Broomball Championships are organized every even-numbered year by the IFBA.

The first World Championships (then known as the Challenge Cup) were held in Victoria, British Columbia in 1991, and were attended by over 800 athletes and 44 teams [1]. The most recent event, held in Innsbruck, Austria, was the ninth edition of the championships.

Key: WC = World Cup Division (top division); CC = Challenge Cup Division (second division); NAC = North American Cup (third division).

Year Host City Men's Champion Women's Champion Mixed (Coed) Champion
1991 Canada Victoria Canada Embrun Plumbing Canada Amigo Bécancour (Qc) Canada Selkirk Flying Angels
1996 Canada Victoria Canada Ottawa Not Contested Canada Edmonton Selects
1998 Italy Bolzano Canada Montreal Not Contested United States Minnesota Flames
2000 Canada Victoria Canada Ottawa Nationals Not Contested Canada Edmonton Extreme
2002 United States Minneapolis United States USA Red Not Contested Canada Cabano
2004 Canada Corner Brook Canada Ottawa Nationals Canada Durham Angels Canada Briquetal
2006 United States Blaine Canada Le Frost (WC)

United States St Paul Barons (CC)

United States Colorado Crusaders (NAC)

United States Minnesota Selects (WC)

Australia Australia Dingoes (CC)

Canada East Ontario Wildcats (WC)

Canada Manitoba Rebels (CC)
2008 Canada Vancouver[1] Canada Le Frost (WC) Canada McMillan Sand and Gravel (WC) Canada Eastern Ontario Wildcats (WC)
2010 Austria Innsbruck[2] Canada Le Frost (WC)

Canada Ottawa Icemen (CC)

Italy Italy Girls (WC)

Canada Lapierre Sport / Olymel Cornwall (CC)

Canada Canada - New Brunswick (WC)

Italy Broomball Club Belluno Mixed (CC)

2012 Canada Ottawa[3] Canada Ottawa Nationals[4] Canada Ottawa Stars[5] Canada Broom-Shak Bécancour (QC)[6]
2014 Japan Tomakomai[7] Canada Ravens Yellowknike (NWT)[8] Canada Rebels Yellowknife (NWT)[9] Canada GT Quebec (QC)[10]
2016 Canada Regina[11] Canada Ottawa Nationals Canada Huskies (QC)[12] Canada Broom-Shak Bécancour (QC)[13]
2018 United States Blaine[14] Canada Ottawa Nationals (ON)[15] Canada Amigo Bécancour (QC)[16] Canada Broom-Shak Bécancour (QC)[17]

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