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1965 European Baseball Championship

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1965 European Baseball Championship

The 1965 European Baseball Championship was held in Madrid (Spain), at La Elipa field (August 29th to September 5th) and was won by the Netherlands for the seventh time in a row. Italy finished second and Germany (FRG) took the third place after defeating Spain for the first time. Sweden closed the table.


  1. August 29th
    • SPA - GER 5-8
    • ITA - SWE 30-1
  2. August 30th
    • NET - SWE 19-0
  3. August 31st
    • ITA - GER 9-0
  4. September 1st
    • SPA - NET 0-15
  5. September 3rd
    • SPA - SWE 14-6
  6. September 4th
    • SWE - GER 0-10
    • ITA - NET 0-16
  7. September 5th
    • NET - GER 7-0
    • SPA - ITA 9-14


Pos. Team
1 Netherlands
2 Italy
3 Germany
4 Spain
5 Sweden


  • (NL) European Championship Archive at honkbalsite

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