EuroHockey U18 Championships

Posted On 13th July 2018

13th July 2018: With just 2 days to go before the highlight of the EuroHockey nations year begins in Santander, Rakovnik, Konya and on 22nd July, Cardiff below is the complete guide of where to find all the details 

Take a look at our full preview of Santander, Championships I, boys and girls, 15th – 21st July, – click here.

At the U18 Championship II,  girls in Rakovnik, 15th – 21st July,we are delighted that thanks to a great effort from Czech Hockey all of the games will be live streamed on our OTT platform 

For the full match schedule and team line-ups, click here.

Turkish hockey is hosting a joint U18 Championships III, boys, 15th – 21st July  (click here) and girls 15th – 20th July, (click here).

Finally, from 22nd – 28th July the last event takes place in Cardiff, the U18 Championship II, boys, for all details, click here.

So why are the U18 Championships so important? The U18 Championships are where the rising stars of Europe get to pit their wits against the best teams at their age. With 3 levels of competition and the prospect of promotion and relegation, players learn the pressure of a tournament situation, having to pick themselves up and go again if game 1 doesn’t work well. It is not possible for coaches to replicate this kind of ‘bubble’ at other friendly events, so here is where the players get their chance to shine! It’s not that long since the likes of Tom Boon, Seve van Ass and Aisling D’Hooghe were the future stars.

Angus Kirkland, Director General of the EHF said “For some of these players, this U18 Championship will be the pinnacle of their hockey careers, some will go on to senior representation, many will go on to enjoy brilliant club hockey, social hockey, coach, umpire and administer hockey. We in the EHF believe that giving these players the platform of a European Championships is an essential part of our calendar. We are really delighted that so many of the games will be streamed live on our OTT platform, We are looking forward to delivering top class events to allow these players to play at their best!” 


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