EuroHockey Junior Championships 2017

Following completion of the 2017 EuroHockey Junior Championships (Men & Women), the final ranking, promotion and relegation positions are confirmed as follows:

Junior Championship (M), Valencia (ESP), 28 August-3 September 2017 *

  1. Netherlands – European Junior Champions
  2. Belgium
  3. Germany
  4. Spain
  5. England
  6. Austria
  7. Ireland (relegated to Junior Championship II in 2019)
  8. Portugal (relegated to Junior Championship II in 2019)

Junior Championship II (M), St. Petersburg (RUS), 16-22 July 2017

  1. France (promoted to Junior Championship in 2019)
  2. Poland (promoted to Junior Championship in 2019)
  3. Scotland
  4. Czech Republic
  5. Italy
  6. Russia
  7. Turkey
  8. Ukraine (relegated to Championship III in 2019)

 Junior Championship III (M), Lucerne (SUI), 19-22 July 2017 – cancelled

  1. Belarus (promoted to Junior Championship II in 2019 after a draw between Belarus and Switzerland)
  2. Switzerland

Junior Championship (W), Valencia (ESP), 28 August-3 September 2017 *

  1. Netherlands – European Junior Champions
  2. Belgium
  3. England
  4. Germany
  5. Spain, France, Ireland

Junior Championship II (W), Hradec Kralove (CZE), 16-22 July 2017

  1. Russia (promoted to Junior Championship in 2019)
  2. Belarus (promoted to Junior Championship in 2019)
  3. Czech Republic
  4. Austria
  5. Scotland
  6. Ukraine
  7. Turkey
  8. Poland (relegated to Junior Championship III in 2019)

Lithuania was reserve team for Championship II.

* Regarding the EuroHockey Junior Championships in Valencia and the final outcome, please refer to the decision of the EHF Executive Board.

 

EHF/ 24th October 2017