European Championships – Roll of Honour       

FOOTBALL (men 11-a-side; ladies 9-a-side)

Year

Venue
(final round or single round*)

Men’s

Senior ‘A’

Men’s

Senior ‘B’

Men’s

Senior ‘C’

Men’s

Intermediate ‘A’

Men’s

Intermediate ‘B’

Men’s
Junior ‘A’

2001

The Hague

Paris

Formerly ‘European Shield’ until 2012

2002

The Hague

The Hague

2003

Barcelona

Paris

2004

The Hague

Munich

2005

The Hague

Paris

2006

Barcelona

The Hague

Maastricht

2007

Barcelona

Luxembourg

Rennes

2008

Maastricht

Belgium

Copenhagen

2009

Maastricht

The Hague

Copenhagen

2010

Maastricht

The Hague

Copenhagen

2011

Limerick

Guernsey

Amsterdam

2012

Maastricht

Belgium

Malmo

Frankfurt

2013

Athlone

Guernsey

Amsterdam

Vienna

Slovak Shamrocks

2014

Maastricht

Belgium

Amsterdam

Rennes

2015

Vienna

Paris

Vienna

Augsburg

2016

Maastricht*

Luxembourg

Paris

Liffre

Irmindinhos

Clermont

2017

Maastricht*

Warsaw

Madrid

Belgium ‘A’

Leuven

Eindhoven

Lorient

2018


Year

Venue
(final round or single round*)

Men’s
Junior ‘B’

Men’s
Junior ‘C’

Ladies

Championship ‘A’

Ladies

Championship ‘B’

Ladies
Shield

Ladies
Plate

2001

The Hague

Belgium

2002

The Hague

Luxembourg

2003

Barcelona

Luxembourg

2004

The Hague

Luxembourg

2005

The Hague

Holland

2006

Barcelona

Luxembourg

2007

Barcelona

Paris

2008

Maastricht

Belgium

2009

Maastricht

Belgium

2010

Maastricht

Belgium

2011

Limerick

Belgium

2012

Maastricht

Belgium

2013

Athlone

Padova

Belgium

Malmo

2014

Maastricht

Rovigo

Lorient

Belgium

Rennes

2015

Vienna

Belgium

2016

Maastricht*

Belgium

French Barbarians

2017

Maastricht*

Lazio (Rome)

Moscow/Maastricht

Belgium ‘A’

Berlin/Warsaw

Lazio/Prague/Moscow

Belgium ‘B’

2018

PREMIER FOOTBALL (15-a-side)

Year

Venue

Men

Ladies

2013

Maastricht

Guernsey

2014

Maastricht

Amsterdam

Belgium

2015

Maastricht

Amsterdam

Belgium

2016

Maastricht

Amsterdam

Belgium/Munich

2017

Maastricht

Luxembourg

Belgium/Munich

2018

Maastricht

FOOTBALL - EURO CUP – INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL (11-a-side)

Year

Venue

Men

Ladies

2017

Dusseldorf

Bretagne (Brittany)

Belgium

2018

Lorient

HURLING & CAMOGIE (camogie 7/9-a-side; hurling 9-a-side)

Year

Venue
(final round)

Hurling Championship

Hurling
Shield

Camogie
Championship

Camogie
Shield

2002

The Hague

The Hague

2003

The Hague

The Hague

2004

Munich

Zurich

2005

Brussels

Zurich

2006

Luxembourg

Zurich

2007

The Hague

The Hague

2008

Zurich

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

2009

Zurich

Belgium

Luxembourg

2010

Zurich

Belgium

Belgium

2011

Leuven

Zurich

Belgium

2012

Thurles

The Hague

Paris

2013

Brussels

Belgium

Belgium

2014

Brussels

Belgium

Belgium

2015

Brussels

Belgium

Belgium

2016

Dresden

Belgium

Luxembourg

2017

Dresden

Luxembourg

Belgium

2018

Amsterdam


HANDBALL

Year

Venue

Men’s

Singles

Men’s

Doubles

Men’s

Team

Ladies
Singles

Ladies
Doubles

Ladies
Team

2017

Vienna

2018

HURLING – POC FADA NA hEORPA (Longest drive)

Year

Venue

Winner

Club

1997

Tongeren

Cathal Reddan

Paris Gaels

1998

Amiens

Patrick Ryan

Luxembourg

1999

Haguenau

Adrian Frawley

Luxembourg

2000

Arras

Mark Scanlon

Paris Gaels

2001

Langres

Seán Ó Maoltuile

Paris Gaels

2002

Béthune

Christy MacCarthy

Luxembourg

2003

Saint-Quentin

Adrian Frawley

Luxembourg

2004

Luxembourg

Liam Cagney

Luxembourg

2005

Brussels

Gabriel Cosgrave

Zurich

2006

Luxembourg

Niall Buckley

Belgium

2007

Luxembourg

Damien Higgins

Luxembourg

2008

Zurich

2009

Zurich

2010

Zurich

2011

Leuven

2012

Thurles

2013

Brussels

2014

Brussels

2015

Brussels

2016

Dresden

2017

Dresden

2018

Amsterdam