2016 European Baseball Championship

2016 European Baseball Championship
Tournament details
Dates TBA
Teams 12 (from 1 continent)
Defending champions Netherlands (2014)
Tournament statistics
Games played 45
Attendance 20,234 (450 per game)
2014
2018 →

The 2016 European Baseball Championship is an international baseball tournament organized by Confederation of European Baseball. The hosting country is yet to be decided.

Qualification

The top ten teams of the 2014 European Championship are qualified automatically for the tournament[1]. 2 additional teams will qualify from the B-level tournament. Qualification started on 29 July 2014 with C level qualifiers for B level tournament.[2]

Pool Czech Republic Pool Regensburg

Belgium
7th, 2014 European Baseball Championship
Italy
2014 European Baseball Championship

Czech Republic
5th, 2014 European Baseball Championship
France
6th, 2014 European Baseball Championship

Greece
10th, 2012 European Baseball Championship
Germany
4th, 2012 European Baseball Championship

Netherlands
2014 European Baseball Championship
Great Britain
9th, 2012 European Baseball Championship

Russia
8th, 2012 European Baseball Championship B-Level Qualifier

Spain
2014 European Baseball Championship B-Level Qualifier

References

  1. ^ 2014 Championships Summary
  2. ^ Qualifier European Championship Seniors C-Level to be played in Ljubljana this week

External links

  • CEB official site
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