From 12th to 16th of July 2017 will take place the 2nd Senior Women European Championship and the 3rd U18M European Championship. The event will take place in Boskovice, Czech Republic. This event is organized by Ceska Asociace Inline Hokeje (Czech InLine Hockey Governing Body) and CERILH, the European official Governing Boby that manages Roller In Line Hockey in Europe.
- Czech Republic
- Czech Republic
- Great Britain
FORMAT. 2017 Senior Women European Championship consists on a single group round robin tour followed by final games: Gold medal game between the first two ranked teams; Bronze medal game between third and fourth ranked teams.
TEAMS: France – Italy – Switzerland – Latvia – Czech Republic – Finland – Sweden
UNDER 18 MEN
FORMAT. 2017 U18 Men European Championship consists on a single group round robin tour followed by final games: Gold medal game between the first two ranked teams; Bronze medal game between third and fourth ranked teams.
TEAMS: France – Italy – Czech Republic – Switzerland – Sweden – Great Britain
NO TIED GAME. All games are played with International FIRS rules in two times twenty (2×20) minutes. At the end of each game, if the score is tied, a 5 minutes overtime is played. If the score is still tied at the end of the overtime, a four (4) shoots on goal session is played. In case of a match ending in draw after the regular shoot on goal session, a one (1) shoot on goal session is repeated until one team defeat its opponent. The teams are free to choose any player for this repeated session.
GROUP CLASSIFICATION. Teams’ ranking in a group is obtained by adding up the number of points won by each team in each group match.
Equality of points. If two or more teams are equal on points, they are classified based on criteria listed below. Once a team is ranked, the ranking process restarts with the remaining teams from the first criteria of this list, until all teams are ranked:
- Higher number of points obtained in the group matches played among the teams in question
- Lowest total number of goals-allowed from the group matches played
- Lowest total number of goals-allowed from the group matches played among the teams in question
- The highest total of goals scored from the group matches played among the teams in question
If more than 2 teams need to be ranked, after ranking a first team with art. 8.21, this process is restarted with the remaining teams, until classifying all teams. If this procedure doesn’t lead to a decision after completion of all matches, a draw must decide the ranking.
The draw must be carried out by the CERILH, if possible in the presence of at least one (1) representative of each Federation concerned.