European Curling Championships
The European Curling Championships are annual curling tournaments held in Europe between various European nations. The European Curling Championships are usually held in early to mid December. The tournament also acts as a qualifier for the World Championships, where the top eight nations qualify.
|European Curling Championships|
|2019 host city||Helsingborg, Sweden|
|2019 arena||The Olympia Rink|
|2019 men's champion|
|2019 women's champion|
In November 1974, a six-nations tournament was held in Zürich, Switzerland which included Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, and Norway. In March 1975, it was decided that the championships would be competed in December. At the semi-annual general meeting in Gävle, Sweden in April 2004, a new competition called the European Mixed Curling Championships was formed.
All-time medal table
As of the conclusion of 2019 European Curling Championships.
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