2017 EuroHockey Indoor Junior Championships, Men and Women, Final Positions

Posted On 1st February 2017

Following completion of the 2017 EuroHockey Indoor Junior Championships (Men & Women), the final ranking, promotion and relegation positions are confirmed as follows:


Junior Championship (M), Lisbon (POR), 13-15 January 2017

1.       Poland – European Champions

2.       Austria

3.       Russia

4.       Belarus

5.       Croatia

6.       Switzerland

7.       Czech Republic (relegated to Championship II in 2019)

8.       Portugal (relegated to Championship II in 2019)

Junior Championship II (M), Puconci (SLO), 13-15 January 2017

1.       Turkey (promoted to Championship in 2019)

2.       Italy (promoted to Championship in 2019)

3.       Slovakia

4.       Wales

5.       Ukraine

6.       Slovenia

7.       Norway


Junior Championship (W), Vienna (AUT), 20-22 January 2017

1.       Czech Republic – European Champions

2.       Belarus

3.       Russia

4.       Switzerland

5.       Poland

6.       Austria

7.       Italy

8.       Turkey (relegated to Championship II in 2019)


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