Roller Hockey World Cup U-20

The FIRS Roller Hockey World Cup U-20 is a biennial international competition for men's under-20 national roller hockey teams organized by the Fédération Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS) since 2003. It takes place every two years and it was organized by the FIRS until its integration into World Skate in 2017 and is now part of the World Roller Games.

Roller Hockey World Cup U-20
Founded2003
RegionInternational (FIRS)
Number of teams16
Current champions Spain
(4th title)
Most successful team(s) Spain (4 titles)
WebsiteFIRS
Nanjing 2017

The current champions are Spain, who secured their fourth title after beating Argentina 3-2 in the 2019 edition's final.[1] With this win Spain became the most successful team in this competition, with four titles and 4 silvers.

HistoryEdit

Edition Year Host city   Gold   Silver   Bronze 4th place
1 (NO) 1999   Cali   Argentina   Chile   France   Colombia
2 (NO) 2002   Viña del Mar   Spain   Chile   Argentina   England
I 2003   Montevideo   Portugal   Argentina   France   England
II 2005   Malargüe   Argentina   Spain   Chile   Brazil
III 2007   Santiago   Spain   Portugal   Argentina   Chile
IV 2009   Bassano del Grappa   Spain   Portugal   Chile   Italy
V 2011   Barcelos   Spain   Portugal   Italy   Argentina
VI 2013   Cartagena   Portugal   Spain   Argentina   France
VII 2015   Vilanova   Portugal   Spain   France   Italy
VIII 2017   Nanjing   Portugal   Spain   Italy   Argentina
IX 2019   Barcelona   Spain   Argentina   Portugal   Italy
X 2021   Buenos Aires

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Spain4408
2  Portugal4318
3  Argentina1225
4  Chile0022
  France0022
  Italy0022
Totals (6 nations)99927

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rink Hockey". wrg2019. Retrieved 17 August 2019.