2018 EuroHockey Indoor Championships – UPDATED

Posted On 7th November 2017

The 2018 EuroHockey Indoor Championships (Women and Men) will take place on the following dates at the venues stated. Participating nations have qualified for each division based on their final ranking from the 2016 competition.


Men’s Indoor Championship – Antwerp (BEL) – 12-14 January 2018



Men’s Indoor Championship II – Alanya (TUR) – 12-14 January 2018



Men’s Indoor Championship III – Nicosia (CYP) – 12-14 January 2018


GEO withdrew


Women’s Indoor Championship – Prague (CZE) – 19-21 January 2018



Women’s Indoor Championship II – Brussels (BEL) – 19-21 January 2018



Women’s Indoor Championship III –Apače (SLO) – 20-21 January 2018

Teams: TUR, SLO, SVK

ITA withdrew

Note 1: pools will be decided in summer 2017 following the FIH Indoor World Ranking


Note 2: The withdrawal date for all tournaments in this competition is 30 June 2017.
Any NA withdrawing after that date may be subject to a fine or other disciplinary action by EHF.
See current EHF Indoor Championship Regulations for further details.


EHF/ 7th November 2017 

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