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IIHF European Championships (defunct)

The European Championship in 1910 was the first official championship organized by LIHG. The World Championships acted simultaneously as European Championship (except 1920, 1924 and 1932). The last separate European Championships took place in 1932. Since 1992 no longer held.
1963 - 1966 and 1969 onwards only games played among European teams counted for ranking of European Senior Championships.

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1910, Jan 10 - 12 Les Avants SUI GBR --- GER BEL
1911, Feb 15 - 17 Berlin GER BOH --- GER BEL
1912, Feb 02 - 04 Praha BOH BOH --- GER AUT
1913, Jan 25 - 27 München GER BEL --- BOH GER
1914, Feb 25 - 27 Berlin GER BOH --- GER BEL
1921, Feb 18 Stockholm SWE SWE 7:4 TCH only 2 teams
1922, Feb 14 - 16 St. Moritz SUI TCH --- SWE SUI
1923, Mar 07 - 11 Antwerpen BEL SWE --- FRA TCH
1924, Mar 13 - 16 Milano ITA FRA 2:1 SWE ---
1925, Jan 08 - 11 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec TCH TCH --- AUT SUI
1926, Jan 11 - 18 Davos SUI SUI --- TCH AUT
1927, Jan 24 - 29 Wien AUT AUT --- BEL GER
1928, Feb 11 - 19 St. Moritz SUI (OG) SWE --- SUI GBR
1929, Jan 28 - Feb 03 Budapest HUN TCH 2:1ot POL AUT
1930, Jan 31 - Feb 02 Chamonix FRA (WCh) GER 2:1 SUI AUT
1931, Feb 01 - 08 Krynica POL (WCh) AUT --- POL TCH
1932, Mar 14 - 20 Berlin GER SWE --- AUT SUI
1933, Feb 18 - 26 Praha TCH (WCh) TCH 2:0o2t AUT GER, SUI
1934, Feb 03 - 11 Milano ITA (WCh) GER 2:1ot SUI TCH
1935, Jan 09 - 27 Davos SUI (WCh) SUI --- GER TCH
1936, Feb 06 - 16 Garmisch-Partenkirchen GER (OG) GBR --- TCH GER, SWE
1937, Feb 18- 27 London GBR (WCh) GBR --- SUI GER
1938, Feb 11 - 20 Praha TCH (WCh) GBR --- TCH GER
1939, Feb 03 - 14 Basel SUI (WCh) SUI 2:0 TCH GER
1947, Feb 15 - 23 Praha TCH (WCh) TCH --- SWE AUT
1948, Jan 30 - Feb 08 St. Moritz SUI (OG) TCH --- SUI SWE
1949, Feb 12 - 20 Stockholm SWE (WCh) TCH --- SWE SUI
1950, Mar 13 - 22 London GBR (WCh) SUI --- GBR SWE
1951, Mar 10 - 17 Paris FRA (WCh) SWE --- SUI NOR
1952, Feb 14 -25 Oslo NOR (OG) SWE 5:3 TCH SUI
1953, Mar 06 - 15 Basel and Zürich SUI (WCh) SWE --- FRG SUI
1954, Feb 26 - Mar 07 Stockholm SWE (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1955, Feb 25 - Mar 06 Köln, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Krefeld FRG (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1956, Jan 26 - Feb 04 Cortina d'Ampezzo ITA (OG) URS --- SWE TCH
1957, Feb 24 - Mar 05 Moskva URS (WCh) SWE --- URS TCH
1958, Feb 28 - Mar 09 Oslo NOR (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1959, Mar 05 - 15 Praha TCH (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1960, Feb 18 - 28 Squaw Valley USA (OG) URS --- TCH SWE
1961, Mar 01 - 13 Genève and Lausanne SUI (WCh) TCH --- URS SWE
1962, Mar 07 - 18 Colorado Springs and Denver USA (WCh) SWE --- FIN NOR
1963, Mar 07 - 17 Stockholm SWE (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1964, Jan 27 - Feb 08 Innsbruck AUT (OG) URS --- SWE TCH
1965, Mar 03 - 14 Tampere FIN (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1966, Mar 03 - 13 Ljubljana YUG (WCh) URS --- TCH GDR
1967, Mar 18 - 29 Wien AUT (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1968, Feb 06 - 18 Grenoble FRA (OG) URS --- TCH SWE
1969, Mar 15 - 30 Stockholm SWE (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1970, Mar 14 - 30 Stockholm SWE (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1971, Mar 19 - Apr 03 Genève and Bern SUI (WCh) TCH --- URS SWE
1972, Apr 07 - 22 Praha TCH (WCh) TCH --- URS SWE
1973, Mar 31 - Apr 15 Moskva URS (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1974, Apr 05 - 20 Helsinki FIN (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1975, Apr 03 - 19 Düsseldorf and München FRG (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1976, Apr 08 - 25 Katowice POL (WCh) TCH --- SWE URS
1977, Apr 21 - May 08 Wien AUT (WCh) TCH --- SWE URS
1978, Apr 26 - May 14 Praha TCH (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1979, Apr 14 - 27 Moskva URS (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1981, Apr 12 - 26 Göteborg and Stockholm SWE (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1982, Apr 15 - 29 Helsinki and Tampere FIN (WCh) URS --- SWE TCH
1983, Apr 16 - May 02 Dortmund, Düsseldorf, München FRG (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1985, Apr 17 - May 03 Praha TCH (WCh) URS --- TCH FIN
1986, Apr 12 - 28 Moskva URS (WCh) URS --- SWE FIN
1987, Apr 17 - May 03 Wien AUT (WCh) URS --- TCH FIN
1989, Apr 15 - May 01 Stockholm and Södertälje SWE (WCh) URS --- TCH SWE
1990, Apr 16 - May 02 Bern and Fribourg SUI (WCh) SWE --- URS TCH
1991, Apr 19 - May 04 Helsinki, Tampere and Turku FIN (WCh) URS --- SWE FIN

1912: European Championship was annulled at LIHG congress Mar 22 - 23, 1912 in Brussels because AUT was not affiliated to LIHG at that time.


IIHF European Women Championships (defunct)

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1989, Apr 04 - 09 Ratingen FRG FIN 7:1 SWE FRG
1991, Mar 15 - 23 Frýdek-Mistek TCH FIN 2:1 SWE DEN
1993, Mar 23 - 28 Esbjerg DEN FIN 8:2 SWE NOR
1995, Mar 20 - 25 Rīga LAT FIN --- SWE SUI
1996, Mar 23 - 29 Yaroslavl RUS SWE --- RUS FIN


IIHF European Junior Championships (defunct)

European Champions Runners-up Third place
U19
1967, Dec 26 - 1968, Jan 03 Tampere FIN TCH URS SWE
1968, Dec 26 - 1969, Jan 02 Garmisch-Partenkirchen FRG URS SWE TCH
1969, Dec 26 - 1970, Jan 02 Genève SUI URS TCH SWE
1970, Dec 27 - 1971, Jan 03 Prešov TCH USR SWE TCH
1972, Mar 26 - Apr 02 Boden, Luleå and Skellefteå SWE SWE URS TCH
1973, Mar 20 - 27 Leningrad URS URS SWE TCH
1974, Mar 22 - 30 Herisau SUI SWE URS FIN
1975, Mar 21 - 30 Gap and Grenoble FRA URS TCH SWE
1976, Mar 21 - 28 Kopřivnice and Opava TCH URS SWE FIN
U18
1977, Apr 01 - 10 Bremerhaven FRG SWE TCH URS
1977, Dec 27 - 1978, Jan 02 Helsinki and Vantaa FIN FIN URS SWE
1979, Mar 31 - Apr 06 Katowice and Tychy POL TCH FIN URS
1980, Apr 01 - 07 Hradec Králové TCH URS TCH SWE
1981, Apr 02 - 08 Minsk URS URS TCH SWE
1982, Mar 29 - Apr 04 Ängelholm and Tyringe SWE SWE TCH URS
1983, Mar 19 - 25 Fredrikstad, Oslo, Sarpsborg NOR URS FIN TCH
1984, Apr 07 - 13 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Rosenheim, Bad Tölz, Füssen FRG URS TCH SWE
1985, Apr 01 - 07 Anglet FRA SWE URS TCH
1986, Apr 02 - 09 Düsseldorf, Krefeld and Ratingen FRG FIN SWE TCH
1987, Apr 03 - 12 Hämeenlinnä, Kouvola and Tampere FIN SWE TCH URS
1988, Apr 09 - 17 Frýdek-Místek, Olomouc, Přerov, Vsetín TCH TCH FIN URS
1989, Apr 02 - 10 Kiev URS URS TCH FIN
1990, Apr 04 - 11 Örnsköldsvik, Husum, Sollefteå SWE SWE URS TCH
1991, Apr 04 - 11 Prešov and Spišská Nová Ves TCH TCH URS FIN
1992, Apr 05 - 12 Hamar and Lillehammer NOR TCH SWE RUS
1993, Apr 02 - 09 Nowy Targ and Oświęcim POL SWE RUS CZE
1994, Apr 17 - 24 Jyväskylä FIN SWE RUS CZE
1995, Apr 09 - 16 Berlin GER FIN GER SWE
1996, Apr 07 - 14 Ufa RUS RUS FIN SWE
1997, Apr 14 - 22 Třebič and Znojmo CZE FIN SWE SUI
1998, Apr 11 - 19 Malung and Mora SWE SWE FIN RUS


Ice hockey at the European Youth Olympic Winter Festivals

The European Olympic Committees (EOC) - an organization of the National Olympic Committees of Europe created a multi-sport event for 13 - 17 years old young people in 1991: the European Youth Olympic Days. Since 2001 this event is called European Youth Olympic Festival. Every two years this event takes place in selected sports and limited number of disciplines. Ice Hockey for boys is a selected sport since 1997.

European Youth Olympic Day (EYOD)
1.-2. 1993 - 1995 not in the program
3. 1997, Feb 07 - 13 Sundsvall SWE
4. 1999, Mar 06 - 12 Poprad SVK
European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF)
5. 2001, Mar 11 - 15 Vuokatti FIN
6. 2003, Jan 25 - 31 Bled SLO
7. 2005, Jan 23 - 28 Monthey SUI
8. 2007, Feb 18 - 23 Jaca ESP
9. 2009, Feb 15 - 20 Tychy POL
10. 2011, Feb 13 - 18 Liberec CZE
11. 2013, Feb 17 - 22 Braşov ROU
12. 2015, Jan 25 - 30 Tschagguns AUT
13. 2017, Feb 12 - 17 Erzurum TUR
14. 2019, Feb 11 - 14 Sarajevo BIH
15. 2022, Mar 21 - 25 Vuokatti FIN

Originally planned for 2021, Feb 03 - 13 but on Sep 23, 2020, postponed to 2021, Dec 13 - 17 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Apr 21, 2021, postponed again except of the ice hockey boys' tournament.
All ice hockey games took place in Kajaani.

Boys

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1997 RUS 6:4 SWE FIN
1999 FIN --- SWE CZE
2001 RUS 2:1 SUI FIN
2003 RUS 10:1 SUI FIN
2005 CZE 4:1 SUI RUS
2007 RUS 3:2 FIN SUI
2009 RUS 5:3 SUI FIN
2011 RUS 2:1ot FIN SUI
2013 FIN 4:2 RUS SUI
2015 RUS 9:5 CZE FIN
2017 RUS 7:1 BLR SVK
2019 CZE 3:1 BLR FIN
2022 FIN --- BLR RUS

Girls

Gold Final Silver Bronze
2022 CZE 2:1p SWE FIN



Last modified: 09.11.2022