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World Cups Senior Men

The first World Senior Championship took place in 1996 in Bratislava, Slovakia, followed in Litomerice, Czech Republic (1998), and then in Zvolen, Slovakia in 1999. It has since been contested every two years, on every odd numbered year, with Toronto, Canada playing host in 2001, Sierre, Switzerland, in 2003, and Pittsburg, USA, having the honours in June 2005.  WC 2007 was held in Dusseldorf, Germany, followed by Pilsen, Czech Republic hosted in June 2009.  The  most recently WC event in St. John's, Canada in 2013 and future WC in Zug, Switzerland in 2015. Information on how to qualify may be obtained below.

10th WORLD STREET & BALL HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

St. John´s, Canada, June 2 - 9, 2013

  • S L O V A K    R E P U B L I C
  • C Z E C H    R E  P U B L I C
  • C A N A D A

B - POOL

  • B E R M U D A
  • I T A L Y
  • H O N G   K O N G

9th WORLD STREET & BALL HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

Bratislava, Slovakia, 19 - 26 June, 2011

  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • C A N A D A
  • S L O V A K I A

B - POOL

  • P A K I S T A N
  • F R A N C E
  • B E R M U D A

8th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Pilsen, Czech Republic, 13 - 20 June, 2009, www.pilsen2009.com

  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • I N D I A
  • S L O V A K I A

B - POOL

  • G R E E C E
  • A U S T R I A
  • S W I T Z E R L A N D

7th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Ratingen, Germany, 9 - 16 June, 2007

  • C A N A D A
  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • S L O V A K I A

B - POOL

  • P A K I S T A N
  • U S A
  • G E R M A N Y

6th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Pittsburgh, USA, 13-18 June 2005

  • C A N A D A
  • S L O V A K I A
  • I T A L Y

B-POOL

  • U S A
  • G E R M A N Y
  • G R E E C E

5th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Sierre, Switzerland, 8 – 14 June, 2003

  • C A N A D A
  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • S L O V A K I A

4th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Toronto, Canada, 6-10 June 2001

  • C A N A D A
  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • S L O V A K I A

3rd WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Zvolen, Slovak Republic, 24-27June 1999

  • S L O V A K I A
  • C A N A D A
  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C

2nd WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Litomerice, Czech Republic, 4-7 June 1998

  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • S L O V A K I A
  • C A N A D A

1st WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STREET & BALL HOCKEY

Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 11-15 June 1996

  • C A N A D A
  • C Z E C H   R E P U B L I C
  • S L O V A K I A

How to qualify for the World Championship

In order to qualify for any of the World Championship tournaments, National teams must ensure that their National Governing Body is a member of the ISBHF, or has applied for membership. Please see the HOW TO JOIN section for more information, or if you do not yet have an official National Governing Body.

There are specific regulations regarding the players that are eligible to compete on behalf of a nation, for more information please see ISBHF Eligibility Rules 2010 and Decision of the ISBHF concerning heritage players, replaces article 9 of the eligibility regulations

Men’s All-Time Medal Winners at the World Championship
COUNTRY GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL
Canada 5 2 2 9
Czech Republic 3 5 1 9
Slovakia 2
2 6 10
India 0 1 0 1
Italy 0 0 1 1

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George Gortsos

George Gortsos
ISBHF president

My wish for our sport in 2014 is that it continues on a path of growth, excellence and strategic values that the leaders of our sport have worked on and agreed are key to our future these past two years and will continue to work on this unified path so that it will benefit all the players and nations the ISBHF today and in the years ahead.
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