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FIRS Women's Roller Hockey World Cup

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FIRS Women's Roller Hockey World Cup

The FIRS Women's Roller Hockey World Cup is a competition between the best female national teams in the World. It takes place every two years and it is organized by FIRS.


Roller Hockey has a Women's Championship which has taken place every two years since 1992.


Year Host city 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze 4th Place
1992 Springe, Germany  Italy  New Zealand  Netherlands
1994 Tavira, Portugal  Spain  Canada  Japan  Portugal
1996 Sertãozinho, Brazil  Spain  Italy  Portugal  Brazil
1998 Buenos Aires, Argentina  Argentina  Portugal  Germany  Brazil
2000 Marl, Germany  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  Germany
2002 Paços de Ferreira, Portugal  Argentina  Brazil  Spain  Portugal
2004 Wuppertal, Germany  Argentina  Brazil  Spain  Portugal
2006 Santiago, Chile  Chile  Spain  Argentina  Portugal
2008 Yurihonjō, Japan  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  United States
2010 Alcobendas, Spain  Argentina  France  Spain  Germany
2012 Recife, Brazil  France  Spain  Colombia  Portugal
2014 Tourcoing, France  Argentina  France  Chile  Germany
2016 Iquique, Chile

Medal Table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Argentina 5 0 3 8
2  Spain 4 2 3 9
3  France 1 2 0 3
4  Canada 1 1 0 2
5  Chile 1 0 1 2
6  Portugal 0 3 1 4
7  Brazil 0 2 0 2
7  Italy 0 2 0 2
9  Colombia 0 0 1 1
9  Germany 0 0 1 1
9  Japan 0 0 1 1
9  New Zealand 0 0 1 1

External links

  • Ladies Rink Hockey World Championship Champions at
  • Official website of the 10th Ladies Rink Hockey World Championship 2010
  • Official website of the 8th Ladies Rink Hockey World Championship 2006
  • List of Ladies Winners and places from 1992 to 2002
  • FIRS Organizational chart
  • Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey CERH website
  • CIRH website
  • Real Federação Portuguesa de Patinagem
  • Real Federation Espanola de Patinaje
  • Federazione Intaliana Hockey e Pattinaggio
  • Federação Angolana de Patinagem
  • Confederation Argentina de Patinage
  • Skate Australia
  • Federation Belge Francophone De Patinage
  • Confederação Brasileira de Hóquei e Patinação
  • The Canadian In-Line & Roller Skating Association
  • Federatión Chilena de Hockey y Patinaje
  • Federatión Colombiana de Patinaje
  • Roller Hockey Egypt
  • National Roller Hockey Association of England
  • Comité National Rink Hockey
  • Deutscher Rollsport
  • Hong Kong Federation of Roller Sports
  • South Korean Federation of Roller Sports
  • Fédération Suisse de Rink-Hockey
  • Irish Roller Hockey Association
  • Japan Roller Sports Federation
  • Hóquei Macau
  • Hockey Mexico
  • New Zealand Federation of Roller Sports
  • The South African Roller Hockey Federation
  • Federación Uruguaya de Patín y Hockey
  • USA Roller Sports
  • Nederland Roller Hockey
  • Roller Hockey links worldwide
  • Mundook-World Roller Hockey
  • Hardballhock-World Roller Hockey
  • Inforoller World Roller Hockey
  • World Roller Hockey Blog
  • rink-hockey-news - World Roller Hockey
  • SoloHockey World Roller Hockey
  • Rink Hockey in the USA
  • USARS Hardballhockey Blog
  • - World Roller Hockey
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