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1967 European Baseball Championship

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1967 European Baseball Championship

The 1967 European Baseball Championship was held in Belgium and was won by Belgium. Great Britain finished as runner-up.

The two major forces in European baseball, Netherlands and Italy, who competed the last five finals before 1967 between them, didn't take part.[1]

Standings

Pos. Team
1 Belgium
2 Great Britain
3 Germany
4 Spain
5 Sweden

References

  • (Dutch) European Championship Archive at honkbalsite
  1. ^ (Dutch) Geschiedenis EK Honkbal - EK Honkbal 2012
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