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CERH European Roller Hockey Championship

CERH European Roller Hockey Championship
Founded 1926
Region Europe (CERH)
Number of teams 6–10
Current champions  Italy (3rd title)
Most successful team(s)  Portugal (20 titles)
Alcobendas 2014

The CERH European Roller Hockey Championship is a European Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey (CERH) and contested by the best men's national teams.

The most successful team is Portugal, who have won the competition 20 times, although their last triumph was in 1998. The current champions are Italy, who won their third title at the 2014 tournament and broke a series of seven consecutive wins by the Spanish team.



Year Host city 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze 4th Place
1926 Herne Bay England  France  Germany   Switzerland
1927 Montreux England  France   Switzerland  Germany
1928 Herne Bay England  France  Germany   Switzerland
1929 Montreux England  Italy  France  Germany
1930 Herne Bay England  France  Germany   Switzerland
1931 Montreux England  France   Switzerland  Italy
1932 Herne Bay England  Germany  France  Portugal
1933 Not played
1934 Herne Bay England  Germany   Switzerland  Italy
1936 Stuttgart England  Italy  Portugal   Switzerland
1937 Herne Bay England   Switzerland  Portugal  Italy
1938 Antwerp England  Italy  Belgium  Portugal
1939 Montreux England  Italy  Portugal  Belgium
1947 Lisbon  Portugal  Belgium  Spain  Italy
1948 Montreux  Portugal England  Italy  Spain
1949 Lisbon  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Belgium
1950 Milan  Portugal  Italy   Switzerland  Spain
1951 Barcelona  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Belgium
1952 Porto  Portugal  Italy  Spain  Belgium
1953 Geneva  Italy  Portugal  Spain   Switzerland
1954 Barcelona  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Belgium
1955 Milan  Spain  Italy  Portugal   Switzerland
1956 Porto  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Germany
1957 Barcelona  Spain  Italy  Portugal England
1959 Geneva  Portugal  Spain  Italy England
1961 Turin  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Netherlands
1963 Porto  Portugal  Spain  Netherlands   Switzerland
1965 Lisbon  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Netherlands
1967 Bilbao  Portugal  Spain  Netherlands  Italy
1969 Lausanne  Spain  Portugal  Netherlands  France
1971 Lisbon  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Germany
1973 Iserlohn  Portugal  Spain  Germany  Italy
1975 Viareggio  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Germany
1977 Porto  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Germany
1979 Barcelona  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Netherlands
1981 Essen  Spain  Portugal  Netherlands  Italy
1983 Vercelli  Spain  Portugal  Italy  Netherlands
1985 Barcelos  Spain  Italy  Portugal  Netherlands
1987 Oviedo  Portugal  Spain  Italy  Germany
1990 Lodi  Italy  Spain  Portugal  Netherlands
1992 Wuppertal  Portugal  Italy  Spain  Germany
1994 Funchal  Portugal  Spain  Italy   Switzerland
1996 Salsomaggiore  Portugal  Italy  Spain   Switzerland
1998 Paços de Ferreira  Portugal  Spain  Italy   Switzerland
2000 Wimmis  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
2002 Florence  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
2004 La Roche-sur-Yon  Spain  Italy  Portugal   Switzerland
2006 Monza  Spain   Switzerland  Portugal  Italy
2008 Oviedo  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
2010 Wuppertal  Spain  Portugal  France  Germany
2012 Paredes  Spain  Portugal  Italy  France
2014 Alcobendas  Italy  Spain  Portugal  Germany

^ This tournament was also considered a World Cup.

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Portugal 20 12 10 42
2  Spain 16 16 5 37
3 England 12 1 0 13
4  Italy 3 11 21 35
5  France 0 5 3 8
6   Switzerland 0 2 4 6
6  Germany 0 2 4 6
8  Belgium 0 1 1 2
9  Netherlands 0 0 4 4

External links

  • List of European Championship winners
  • FIRS Organizational chart
  • Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey CERH website
  • CIRH website
  • Federação de Patinagem de Portugal
  • Real Federation Espanola de Patinaje
  • Federazione Intaliana Hockey e Pattinaggio
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