Following completion of the 2015 EuroHockey Youth Championships II and III  (U18 Girls and Boys), the final ranking, promotion and relegation positions are confirmed as follows:

Youth Championship (U18 Boys), Santander (ESP), 19-25 July 2015 

Final Ranking
1.  Germany- European Champions
2. Netherlands
3. Spain
4. Belgium
5. Ireland
6.England
7. Scotland (relegated to Championship II in 2016)
8. Russia (relegated to Championship II in 2016)

Youth Championship II (U18 Boys), Calais (FRA), 6-12 July 2015

Final Ranking
1. Italy (promoted to Championship in 2016)
2. Czech Republic (promoted to Championship in 2016)
3. Switzerland
4. Wales
5. France
6. Austria
7. Poland
8. Turkey (relegated to Championship III in 2016)

Youth Championship III (U18 Boys), Minsk (BLR), 7-11 July 2015

Final Ranking
1. Ukraine (promoted to Championship II in 2016)
2. Belarus
3. Lithuania
4. Bulgaria

Youth Championship (U18 Girls), Santander (ESP), 19-25 July 2015

Final Ranking
1.  Netherlands- European Champions
2. Germany
3. England
4. Belgium
5. Spain
6. Russia
7. France (relegated to Championship II in 2016)
8. Scotland (relegated to Championship II in 2016)

Youth Championship II (U18 Girls), Mori (ITA), 5-11 July 2015

Final Ranking
1. Ireland (promoted to Championship in 2016)
2. Poland (promoted to Championship in 2016)
3. Italy
4. Ukraine
5. Lithuania
6. Czech Republic
7. Austria
8. Wales (relegated to Championship III in 2016)

Youth Championship III (U18 Girls), Sveti Ivan Zelina (CRO), 6-11 July 2015

Final Ranking
1. Belarus (promoted to Championship II in 2016)
2. Turkey
3. Switzerland
4. Croatia
5. Gibraltar

Please note that as previously advised that due to the change of the EHF Calendar, the EuroHockey Youth Championships (U18) will be played in 2015 and 2016.

EHF /26.07.2015