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List of Winners Last Edition Last Champions Medal Table

Between 1926 and 1938 ten editions of the European Championship were played, with sites in Herne Bay (GBR) and Montreux (SUI). England won the title at all times. Also, the first 12 editions of the World Championships were considered European Championships as well, so there were no European Championships as such either in 1936, 1939, or 1947-1956, though they are considered for official purposes. In total, of these 22 first editions, England won 12 titles, Portugal 6, Spain 3 and Italy 1.

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Ed. Site Year Gold Silver Bronze
LII Oliveira, POR 2016 Portugal Italy Spain
LI Alcobendas, ITA 2014 Italy Spain Portugal
L Paredes, POR 2012 Spain Portugal Italy
IL Wuppertal, GER 2010 Spain Portugal France
XLVIII Oviedo, ESP 2008 Spain Portugal Italy
XLVII Monza, ITA 2006 Spain Switzerland Portugal
XLVI La Roche sur Yon, FRA 2004 Spain Italy Portugal
XLV Florence, ITA 2002 Spain Portugal Italy
XLIV Wimmis, SUI 2000 Spain Portugal Italy
XLIII Pacos de Ferreira, POR 1998 Portugal Spain Italy
XLII Salsomaggione, ITA 1996 Portugal Italy Spain
XLI Funchal, POR 1994 Portugal Spain Italy
XL Wuppertal, GER 1992 Portugal Italy Spain
XXXIX Lodi, ITA 1990 Italy Spain Portugal
XXXVIII Oviedo, ESP 1987 Portugal Spain Italy
XXXVII Barcelos, POR 1985 Spain Italy Portugal
XXXVI Vercelli, ITA 1983 Spain Portugal Italy
XXXV Essen, GER 1981 Spain Portugal Netherlands
XXXIV Barcelona, ESP 1979 Spain Portugal Italy
XXXIII Porto, POR 1977 Portugal Spain Italy
XXXII Viareggio, ITA 1975 Portugal Spain Italy
XXXI Iserlohn, GER 1973 Portugal Spain Germany
XXX Lisboa, POR 1971 Portugal Spain Italy
XXIX Lausanne, SUI 1969 Spain Portugal Netherlands
XXVIII Bilbao, ESP 1967 Portugal Spain Netherlands
XXVII Lisboa, POR 1965 Portugal Spain Italy
XXVI Porto, POR 1963 Portugal Spain Netherlands
XXV Turin, ITA 1961 Portugal Spain Italy
XXIV Ginebra, SUI 1959 Portugal Spain Italy
XXIII Barcelona, ESP 1957 Spain Portugal Italy

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Oliveira de Azemeis, POR 11/16.Jul.2016
Italy 1-0 Spain Portugal 8-0 Switzerland
Portugal 6-2 Italy (ESP 7-1 SUI)

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Year COUNTRY: Squad
2016 PORTUGAL: Goncalo Alves, Ricardo Barreiros, Jose Costa, Angelo Girao, Henrique Magalhaes, Nelson Magalhaes, Helder Nunes, Diogo Rafael, Joao Rodrigues, Reinaldo Ventura. (Coach: Luis Senica)
2014 ITALY: Federico Ambrosio, Leonardo Barozzi, Mattia Cocco, Riccardo Gnata, Domenico Illuzzi, Davide Motaran, Marco Pagnini, Leonardo Squeo, Massimo Tataranni, Alessandro Verona. (Coach: Massimo Mariotti)
2012 SPAIN: Jordi Ardroher, Roma Bancells, Jordi Bargallo, Sergi Fernandez, Pedro Gil, Marc Gual, Josep Lamas, Antonio Perez, Xavi Puigbi, Enric Torner. (Coach: Carlos Feriche)
2010 SPAIN: Jordi Adroher, Roma Bancells, Jordi Bargallo, Sergi Fernandez, Pedro Gil, Marc Gual, Josep Maria Ordeig, Josep Maria Roca, Marc Torra, Guillem Trabal. (Coach: Carlos Feriche)
2008 SPAIN: Jordi Bargallo, Sergi Fernandez, Pedro Gil, Marc Gual, Josep Maria Ordeig, Sergio Panadero, Josep Maria Roca, Lluis Teixido, Marc Torra, Guillem Trabal. (Coach: Carlos Feriche)
2006 SPAIN: Jordi Bargallo, Juan Ramon de Moya, Edu Fernandez, Sergi Fernandez, Pedro Gil, Marc Gual, Josep Maria Ordeig, Sergio Panadero, Lluis Teixido. (Coach: Carlos Feriche)
2004 SPAIN: Ramon Benito, Alberto Borregan, Aitor Egurrola, Edu Fernandez, Pedro Gil, Miquel Masoliver, Josep Ordeig, Sergio Panadero, Lluis Teixido, Guillem Trabal. (Coach: Josep "Catxo" Ordeig)
2002 SPAIN: Alberto Borregan, Guillem Cabestany, David Caceres, Aitor Egurrola, Pedro Gil, Miquel Masoliver, Sergio Panadero, Lluis Teixido, Ivan Tibau, Guillem Trabal. (Coach: Josep "Catxo" Ordeig)
2000 SPAIN: Victor Agramunt, Ramon Benito, Alberto Borregan, Eloy Gaspar, Pedro Gil, Miquel Masoliver, Miguel Ángel Sanchez, T Sanchez, Lluis Teixido. (Coach: Josep "Catxo" Ordeig)
1998 PORTUGAL: Jose Carlos, Fortunato, Paul Alves, To Neves, Pedro Alves, Filipe Santos, Ricardo Pereira. (Coach: Cristino Pereira)

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Ps CNT GD SV BZ
1. POR 15 10 5
2. ESP 13 14 3
3. ITA 2 5 16
4. SUI - 1 -
5. NED - - 4
6. GER - - 1
. FRA - - 1
 
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