2022 EuroHockey Junior Championships – UPDATE

26/04/2021

The 2022 EuroHockey Junior Championships (Men and Women) will take place on the following dates at the venues stated. Participating nations have qualified for each division based on their final ranking from the 2019 competition.

Speaking about the joint hosting of the EuroHockey Junior Championships for men and women in 2022, Serge Pilet, CEO of Hockey Belgium said: “We are really thrilled to be able to organise this major event in Belgium. We constantly try to develop strong national youth teams, to ensure the succession of our Red Lions and Red Panthers. Playing in their own country and in front of their supporters will definitely give a boost to our Junior teams. And what’s more: these European Junior Championships will be the very first event we will host in our brand new regional hockey stadium in Wavre. You can count on it: we will live up to the expectations created by our event organiser’s reputation!

Men’s Junior Championship

Teams: BEL, ENG, ESP, FRA, GER, NED, RUS, SCO

Venue: Wavre (BEL)

Dates: 24-30 July 2022

Men’s Junior Championship II

Teams: AUT, BLR, CZE, IRL, ITA, POL, TUR, WAL

Venue: Rakovnik (CZE)

Dates: 24-30 July 2022

Men’s Junior Championship III

Teams: CYP, FIN, GIB, LTU, POR, SUI, SVK, UKR

First reserve: LUX

Venue: Helsinki (FIN)

Dates: 24-30 July 2022

Women’s Junior Championship

Teams: BEL, ENG, ESP, GER, NED, RUS, SCO, WAL

Venue: Wavre (BEL)

Dates: 24-30 July 2022

Women’s Junior Championship II

Teams: AUT, BLR, CZE, FRA, IRL, ITA, POL, UKR

Venue: Vienna (AUT)

Dates: 24-30 July 2022

Women’s Junior Championship III

Teams: GIB, LTU, SUI, TUR

Venue: Alanya (TUR)

Dates: 26-30 July 2022

NB: For the Junior Championships tournaments the composition of the pools will be the responsibility of the EHF and will be based upon the World Ranking of the participants’ senior teams (on the moment the match schedules are prepared).

NB: The withdrawal date for all tournaments in these competitions is 15 January 2022. Any National Association withdrawing after that date may be subject to a fine or other disciplinary action by the EHF. See current EHF Regulations for further details.

NB: Age eligibility of players can be found on the EHF Website.

EHF/ 24th April 2021

Photo: Current Champions Germany (men) and Spain (women) (EHF / World Sport pics (c))

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