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Women's Field Hockey EHF European Championship 2023


GER.gif Mönchengladbach (GER) - 18 August 2023 - 27 August 2023 GER.gif




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  • 3 weeks later...

Today start the first two european championship qualifiers, a series of small tournaments in which teams compete for qualification to the various divisions of eurohockey championships. All of them will be contested during the following two weeks. 


Format is the same for all these tournaments: a round-robin, the 1st team qualifies to european division I for 2023, 2nd and 3rd places teams qualify to division II, 4th placed qualifies to division III.  


These are the tournaments... as you can see, we'll have some really bizarre match-ups.




Qualifier A (London) - :ENG:WAL:CRO:SVK


Qualifier B (Dublin) - :IRL:POL:CZE:TUR


Qualifier C (Vilnius) - :ITA:UKR:LTU


Qualifier D (Dunkirk) - :FRA:SCO:AUT:SUI

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Tournament B: Ireland qualifies for top division.

Czechia and Poland for division II.

Turkey for division III.


Tournament C: 

Italy qualified for top division.

Ukraine and Lithuania for division II.  

No team for division III (Gibraltar withdrew before the tournament but presumably will play in div III next year).

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