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2001 European Baseball Championship

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2001 European Baseball Championship

2001 European Baseball Championship
Tournament details
Host country Germany
Dates 28 July – 5 August 2001
Teams 12
Defending champions Netherlands (1999)
Final positions
Netherlands (17th title)
Third place
Fourth place France

The 2001 European Baseball Championship was held in Germany and won by the Netherlands. Twelve teams competed in 2001. The main venue was the Baseball Stadium Rheinaue in Bonn, secondary venues were in Cologne and Solingen.


Pos. Team
1 Netherlands
2 Russia
3 Italy
4 France
5 Czech Republic
6 Spain
7 Germany
8 Croatia
9 Belgium
10 Great Britain
11 Ukraine
12 Sweden
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