Men´s U19 World Championships

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Sweden54
Finland424
Czech Republic113
Switzerland33

Final Round played every even year with 16 teams, with regional qualifications held approx. 8 months prior to the final round.

 

10th Men’s U19 WFC 2019 – Halifax, NS, Canada

9th Men’s U19 WFC 2017 – Växjö, Sweden

8th Men’s U19 WFC 2015 – Helsingborg, Sweden

7th Men’s U19 WFC 2013 – Hamburg, Germany

6th Men’s U19 WFC 2011 – Weissenfels, Germany

5th Men’s U19 WFC 2009 – Turku & Raisio, Finland

4th Men’s U19 WFC 2007 – Kirchberg & Zuchwil, Switzerland

3rd Men’s U19 WFC 2005 – Cesis, Valmiera, & Koceni, Latvia

2nd Men’s U19 WFC 2003 – Prague, Czech Republic

1st Men’s U19 WFC 2001 – Weissenfels, Merseburg, Hohenmölsen, Naumburg, Prittiz, Halle,
Markranstädt, & Dessau, Germany

 

Event Evolution

2001 – 12 teams divided into three groups. Played over 6 days

2003 – 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, both with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2005 – 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, both with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2007 – 19 teams registered. Qualification held for the first time in Europe. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days.

2009 – 20 teams registered. Regional qualification played in Europe. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2011 – 20 teams registered. Regional qualification played in Europe. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2013 – 22 teams registered. Regional qualification played in Europe. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2015 – 25 teams registered. Regional qualifications played in Europe and Asia Oceania. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2017 – 26 teams registered. Regional qualifications played in Europe and Asia Oceania. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2019 – 26 teams registered. Regional qualifications played in Europe and Asia Oceania. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days. First time played outside of Europe

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