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Samstag, 23. September 2017
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 „IISHF European Championship!“

I am very pleased, as President of the International Inline-Skaterhockey Federation, to welcome you to the Open Men European Championship 2011 in Skaterhockey in Stegersbach, Austria which takes place on September 9-11th, 2011 (games played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday). I would like to thank the Austrian Federation and the hosting club Inline Skate Verein Tigers Stegersbach for the interest and support that has been given to this tournament. The Organising Committee organized by Andreas Heidinger and Michael Kottas has worked very hard on all the technical and social details, and this, along with the wonderful hospitality of the hosting club and the superb organisation of this important event, are the guarantees for a successful competition.
I would like to wish all the players, team officials and spectators who have come from around Europe and North America a lot of luck in this Title Event and I hope that you will enjoy this tournament. I would also like to thank all the IISHF officials and referees. My special thanks go to our Austrian friends who have devoted their time and efforts to this main event which, I am sure, will be very successful. Tigers Stegersbach is a host with a lot of experience from hosting many skaterhockey events over the years so this will hopefully be another great time for all of us enjoying this fast and lively sport. The last time we had the Men European Championship in Stegersbach was in October 2008.
This year we have participation of 8 countries coming from Austria, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Netherland, Poland and Switzerland. For the first time we will have participation from a team from North America since our new member Canada will take part with Team Canada. It’s a great pleasure for us to welcome Canada to take part in our international Title Events.
The defending Champion is the national Men team from Denmark who won the European Championship for Men in 2010 hosted by Sayaluca Lugano in Cadempino (Lugano), Switzerland by beating the hosting team from Switzerland 5-3 in the final.

Skaterhockey is a fast growing sport which can be played both outdoors and indoors. The game is played with a ball and is a very fast and exciting game. This tournament is played indoor on a 20x40 meter rink.

The International Inline-Skaterhockey
Federation consists today of 11 countries.

Erik Sommer
President of the iishf

 

 

   
 
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