20th July 2016, Brussels: EuroHockey Championships 2017, Men and Women match schedule is announced.

The EHF and KNHB are delighted to announce the fixture schedule for the EuroHockey Championships 2017, Men and Women.

For the second time, the Championship will open on the Friday evening with hosts Netherlands women taking on Spain at 20.00. 24hs later in the men’s competition, the reigning Champions Netherlands also face Spain. 

The competition will run over 10 days from the 18th – 27th August, as the teams compete to be crowned European Champions and earn a slot at the World Cup in 2018.

There are many mouth-watering ties during the Pool games which will be followed by the classification matches. 

In the Men’s Pool A in addition to Spain, Netherlands face Belgium and newly promoted Austria. In Pool B, Germany face England, Ireland and Poland (who are making their first appearance at the Championships since Boom in 2013). 

In addition to Spain, the Dutch ladies will face Belgium and and Czech Republic (who are making their first appearance at the Championships since the 12 team event in Cologne in 1999). In Pool B reigning Champions England face Germany, Ireland and Scotland. 

The match schedule is being announced early so that fans can start to make their travel plans and tickets will go on sale in late September, we will announce the exact date soon! 

For the 4th time running at the EuroHockey Championships the Euro ParaHockey finals will be played on the Championship pitch on Wednesday 23rd.

Angus Kirkland, Director General of the EHF said “We are delighted to be able to announce the match schedule for the EuroHockey Championships 2017.  With Europe having many of the Worlds top Nations it is once again sure to be a feast of world class hockey with our top nations battling it out to be crowned Champions of Europe.  It is also fantastic to be back in the Netherlands for the first major Championships since the 2014 World Cup.  We know from the World Cup the support this event will receive from fans both from the Netherlands and abroad will be incredible! We are very much looking forward to working with our colleagues in the KNHB over the coming 13 months on this exciting event”

Erik Gerritsen, CEO KNHB: “The EuroHockey Championships 2017 is a major event in which athletes are central and the fans are an important part of the overall experience. Apart from the Championships being dominated by top hockey, we are very proud that the focus will also be on sharing knowledge. I am confident that these Championships will contribute to the popularity of hockey in general and the development of the sport of hockey. I’m pleased to be working with the EHF and the City of Amsterdam and we look forward to welcoming the teams and the fans into our new Wagener stadium.”

 

Men Pool A

Men Pool B

Women Pool A

Women Pool B

Netherlands

Germany

Netherlands

England

Belgium

England

Belgium

Germany

Spain

Ireland

Spain

Ireland

Austria

Poland

Czech Republic

Scotland

 

  Friday 18 August 2017                                                                                          

20.00

WA

NED

v

ESP

  

  Saturday 19 August 2017                                                                                      

10.15

WB

GER

v

SCO

12.30

WA

BEL

v

CZE

14.45

WB

ENG

v

IRL

17.00

MA

BEL

v

AUT

20.00

MA

NED

v

ESP

 

  Sunday 20 August 2017                                                                                         

09.00

MB

ENG

v

POL

11.00

WA

ESP

v

CZE

13.15

WB

IRL

v

SCO

15.30

MB

GER

v

IRL

17.45

WB

GER

v

ENG

20.00

WA

BEL

v

NED

 

  Monday 21 August 2017                                                                                        

12.30

MA

ESP

v

AUT

14.45

MB

IRL

v

POL

17.00

MB

ENG

v

GER

20.00

MA

BEL

v

NED

 

  Tuesday 22 August 2017                                                                                       

12.30

WB

ENG

v

SCO

14.45

WB

IRL

v

GER

17.00

WA

ESP

v

BEL

20.00

WA

NED

v

CZE

  

  Wednesday 23 August 2017                                                                                  

09.30

ParaHockey Finals

 

 

12.30

MB

GER

v

POL

14.45

MB

IRL

v

ENG

17.00

MA

ESP

v

BEL

20.00

MA

NED

v

AUT

  

  Thursday 24 August 2017

12.30

WC

4th Pool A

v

4th Pool B

14.45

WC

3rd Pool A

v

3rd Pool B

17.00

WSF1

1st Pool B

v

2nd Pool A

20.00

WSF2

1st Pool A

v

2nd Pool B

 

  Friday 25 August 2017                                                                                          

12.30

MC

4th Pool A

v

4th Pool B

14.45

MC

3rd Pool A

v

3rd Pool B

17.00

MSF1

1st Pool B

v

2nd Pool A

20.00

MSF2

1st Pool A

v

2nd Pool B 

 

  Saturday 26 August 2017                                                                                      

12.15

WC

3rd Pool A

v

4th Pool B

14.30

WC

3rd Pool B

v

4th Pool A

17.00

W3/4

Loser SF1

v

Loser SF2

20.00

W Final

Winner SF1

v

Winner SF2

 

  Sunday 27 August 2017                                                                                         

09.00

MC

3rd Pool A

v

4th Pool B

11.00

MC

3rd Pool B

v

4th Pool A

13.30

M3/4

Loser SF1

v

Loser SF2

16.00

M Final

Winner SF1

v

Winner SF2

 Notes: Subject to the approval of the EHF or the Technical Delegate any match(es) may be rescheduled to accommodate broadcast requirements.

The sequence of all matches on 24-25 August and of the pool C matches on 26-27 August will be confirmed on completion of the pool matches.

Schedule Last Updated: 21/06/2016 

Photograph: Current Men’s Champions, The Netherlands (Frank Uijlenbroek (c))