European Beach Handball Championship

The European Beach Handball Championship is the official competition for senior national beach handball teams of Europe. It was first organized by the EHF in 2000. In addition to crowning the European champions, the tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the World Championships.

Men's tournament

Year Host Final Bronze Match
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth Place
2000
Details[1]

Gaeta, Italy

Belarus
2–1
Spain

Ukraine
2–1
Russia
2002
Details[2]

Cádiz, Spain

Spain
2–0
Russia

Belarus
2–0
Ukraine
2004
Details[3]

Alanya, Turkey

Russia
2–0
Germany

Turkey
2–1
Spain
2006
Details[4]

Cuxhaven, Germany

Spain
2–1
Hungary

Turkey
2–1
Germany
2007
Details[5]

Misano Adriatico, Italy

Russia
2–1
Croatia

Hungary
2–1
Serbia
2009
Details[6]

Larvik, Norway

Croatia
2–0
Russia

Hungary
2–0
Denmark
2011
Details

Umag, Croatia

Croatia
2–0
Russia

Spain
2–1
Ukraine
2013
Details

Randers, Denmark

Croatia
2–0
Russia

Denmark
2–1
Serbia
2015
Details

Lloret de Mar, Spain

Croatia
2–1
Spain

Ukraine
2–1
Hungary
2017
Details

Zagreb, Croatia

Spain
2–0
Russia

Croatia
2–0
Hungary
2019
Details

Stare Jabłonki, Poland

Denmark
2–0
Norway

Hungary
2–0
Russia

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Croatia4116
2 Spain3216
3 Russia2507
4 Belarus1012
 Denmark1012
6 Hungary0134
7 Germany0101
 Norway0101
9 Turkey0022
 Ukraine0022
Totals (10 nations)11111133

Women's tournament

Year Host Final Bronze Match
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth Place
2000
Details[7]

Gaeta, Italy

Ukraine
2–1
Germany

Russia
2–1
Yugoslavia
2002
Details[8]

Cádiz, Spain

Russia
2–1
Turkey

Yugoslavia
2–0
Germany
2004
Details[9]

Alanya, Turkey

Russia
2–0
Croatia

Germany
2–0
Italy
2006
Details[10]

Cuxhaven, Germany

Germany
2–0
Russia

Croatia
2–0
Turkey
2007
Details[11]

Misano Adriatico, Italy

Croatia
2–1
Germany

Norway
2–0
Russia
2009
Details[12]

Larvik, Norway

Italy
2–1
Norway

Croatia
2–0
Ukraine
2011
Details

Umag, Croatia

Croatia
2–1
Denmark

Italy
2–1
Norway
2013
Details

Randers, Denmark

Hungary
2–1
Denmark

Norway
2–1
Ukraine
2015
Details

Lloret de Mar, Spain

Hungary
2–1
Norway

Italy
2–1
Spain
2017
Details

Zagreb, Croatia

Norway
2–0
Poland

Spain
2–1
Denmark
2019
Details

Stare Jablonki, Poland

Denmark
2–0
Hungary

Netherlands
2–0
Croatia

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Croatia2125
2 Russia2114
3 Hungary2103
4 Norway1225
5 Germany1214
6 Denmark1203
7 Italy1023
8 Ukraine1001
9 Poland0101
 Turkey0101
11 Netherlands0011
 Spain0011
 Yugoslavia (FR Yugoslavia)0011
Totals (13 nations)11111133

Overall medal count

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Croatia (CRO)62311
2 Russia (RUS)46111
3 Spain (ESP)3227
4 Hungary (HUN)2237
5 Denmark (DEN)2215
6 Norway (NOR)1326
7 Germany (GER)1315
8 Italy (ITA)1023
 Ukraine (UKR)1023
10 Belarus (BLR)1012
11 Turkey (TUR)0123
12 Poland (POL)0101
13 Netherlands (NED)0011
 Yugoslavia0011
Totals (14 nations)22222266

See also

References

  1. "2000 Men's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  2. "2002 Men's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  3. "2004 Men's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  4. "2006 Men's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  5. "2007 Men's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  6. "6th Men's European Beach Handball Championship 2009". NHF. 28 June 2009. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  7. "2000 Women's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  8. "2002 Women's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  9. "2004 Women's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  10. "2006 Women's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  11. "2007 Women's ECh Beachhandball". EHF. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
  12. "6th Women's European Beach Handball Championship 2009". NHF. 28 June 2009. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
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