2019 EuroHockey Championships

25th August 2019

Following the completion of the 2019 EuroHockey Championships (Men and Women), the final ranking, promotion and relegation positions are confirmed as follows:

Men’s Championship, Antwerp (BEL), 16-25 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. Belgium – European Champions
  2. Spain
  3. Netherlands
  4. Germany
  5. England
  6. Wales
  7. Scotland (relegated to Championship II in 2021)
  8. Ireland (relegated to Championship II in 2021)

Men’s Championship II, Cambrai (FRA), 28 July – 3 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. France (promoted to Championship in 2021)
  2. Russia (promoted to Championship in 2021)
  3. Austria
  4. Poland
  5. Italy
  6. Ukraine
  7. Czech Republic (relegated to Championship III in 2021)
  8. Belarus (relegated to Championship III in 2021)

Men’s Championship III, Gibraltar (GIB), 28 July – 3 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. Croatia (promoted to Championship II in 2021)
  2. Switzerland (promoted to Championship II in 2021)
  3. Gibraltar
  4. Portugal
  5. Turkey
  6. Slovakia
  7. Lithuania
  8. Malta (relegated to Championship IV in 2021)

Men’s Championship IV, Helsinki (FIN), 6-11 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. Hungary (promoted to Championship III in 2021)
  2. Finland
  3. Norway
  4. Cyprus
  5. Slovenia

Women’s Championship, Antwerp (BEL), 16-25 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. Netherlands – European Champions
  2. Germany
  3. Spain
  4. England
  5. Ireland
  6. Belgium
  7. Russia (relegated to Championship II in 2021)
  8. Belarus (relegated to Championship II in 2021)

Women’s Championship II, Glasgow (SCO), 4-10 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. Scotland (promoted to Championship in 2021)
  2. Italy (promoted to Championship in 2021)
  3. Poland
  4. Austria
  5. Wales
  6. Czech Republic
  7. Ukraine (relegated to Championship III in 2021)
  8. Turkey (relegated to Championship III in 2021)

Women’s Championship III, Lipovci (SLO), 28 July – 3 August 2019

Final Ranking

  1. France (promoted to Championship II in 2021)
  2. Lithuania (promoted to Championship II in 2021)
  3. Switzerland
  4. Croatia
  5. Slovakia
  6. Hungary
  7. Slovenia

 

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