European tournaments

2019 tournaments

The following are confirmed for 2019:

  • 18 to 21 July: Continental Cup (East) (Romania)

  • 16 to 19 August: European Cup (England) details

We await news of these anticipated tournaments:

  • ICC European Championship: final round

  • Continental Cup (West) (Netherlands) 

  • Central European Cup (Poland) 

  • Pan European Cup (Hungary) 

  • Nordic Cup (Sweden) 

  • Baltic Cup (Estonia and Latvia) 

 

ICC European Championship

The official ICC European Championship for amateur international teams ran in a diverse array of events from 1996 to 2017. Initially an ODI-format competition, from 2011 onwards it was played under T20 rules. The winners were as follows:

  • 1996 - Ireland

  • 1998 - Netherlands

  • 2000 - Netherlands

  • 2002 - England (amateurs)

  • 2004 - England (amateurs)

  • 2006 - Ireland

  • 2008 - Ireland

  • 2010 - Jersey

  • 2011 - Denmark

  • 2013 - Italy

  • 2015 - Jersey

  • 2017 - Germany

  • 2019 - to be confrirmed

The current ICC European Championship is the ICC World T20 Europe Qualifier 2018–19, featuring 18 international teams. Six of these have progressed to the final round in 2019: Denmark, Guernsey, Jersey, Italy and Norway. The winner will join the Netherlands, Ireland and Scotland in the preliminaries for the ICC World T20. England has already qualified for the full tournament.

European Cup

These are unofficial international competitions on grass pitches. The first was the brainchild of Tim Abraham in 2008 and was hosted at a cricket club in Flintshire in Wales. These tournaments provide a competition for countries that have not qualified for the official ICC European Championship or who were not, at the time of participation, members of the ICC at all (marked *).

 

The winning team is underlined, and the other teams are named in order of their finishing positions. 

  • Wales 2008 (Carmel)
    Estonia, Czechia, Poland*, Croatia, Wales, Slovakia*, Russia*

  • Wales 2009 (Carmel)
    Belgium, Wales, Russia*, Alderney, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary*

  • Macedonia 2010 (Skopje)
    Hungary*, Russia*, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania*, Serbia*, Macedonia*

  • Hungary 2011 (Szodliget) 
    Hungary*, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia*, Lithuania*, Slovakia*, Macedonia*

  • Bulgaria 2012 (Sofia) 
    Poland*, Romania*, Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Serbia*, Macedonia*

  • Malta 2013 (Marsa)
    Malta, Hungary, Russia, Czechia

  • Romania 2014 (Moara Vlasiei) 
    Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Poland*, Croatia

  • Jersey 2015 (Farmers, St Martin) 
    Jersey, Denmark, Italy, Guernsey, Norway, France

  • Poland 2016 (Stare Babice)
    Poland*, Hungary, Czechia, Switzerland*, Estonia

  • Malta 2017 (Marsa) 
    Hungary
    , Luxembourg, Malta

  • Luxembourg 2018 (Walferdange) 
    Luxembourg
    , Malta, Czechia

  • England 2019 (Worth) 
    16 to 19 August (details here)

 

Continental Cup (West)

This is an annual competition on grass, held at the Sportpark Thurlede in Schiedam near Rotterdam in the Netherlands. It is held among western and northern European countries, all of which are ICC members: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Jersey, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Some guest teams have participated by invitation: MCC (2013 and 2013), England Deaf (2015) and a team from the Pakistan Embassy (2014 and 2016).

  • 2008 - Belgium, France, Germany (in Germany)

  • 2009 - Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium

  • 2010 - France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg

  • 2011 - Netherlands, Jersey, Belgium, France

  • 2012 - Netherlands, Jersey, MCC, France

  • 2013 - Netherlands, Denmark, Jersey, France, Germany, MCC, Belgium

  • 2014 - Netherlands, France, Pakistan Embassy, Belgium

  • 2015 - Netherlands, Denmark, France, England Deaf

  • 2016 - Denmark, Pakistan Embassy, Germany, Netherlands, France

  • 2017 - Netherlands, Denmark, Germany

  • 2018 - Netherlands, Austria, Belgium

  • 2019 - to be confirmed

Continental Cup (East)

This is an annual competition on grass, held at the Cricket Ground in Moara Vlasiei near Bucharest in Romania. It is held among eastern and southern European countries, all of which (except Macedonia) are ICC members: Bulgaria, Catalunya, Czechia, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland. Some other nations have participated by invitation: Belgium (2009 and 2012), Austria (2010) and Luxembourg (2016). 

  • 2009 - Spain, Catalunya, Belgium (in Spain)

  • 2010 - Austria, Switzerland, Czechia (in Austria)

  • 2011 - Belgium, Spain, Gibraltar (in Spain)

  • 2012 - Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia

  • 2013 - Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia*

  • 2014 - Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Russia, Serbia

  • 2015 - Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia* (in Greece)

  • 2016 - Luxembourg, Hungary, Romania

  • 2017 - Romania, Bulgaria, Russia, Turkey

  • 2018 - Romania, Bulgaria, Russia, Turkey

  • 2019 - 18 to 21 July

 

CentralEuropean Cup (Poland) 

This is an annual competition on astroturf, held at the GOSR in Stare Babice near Warsaw in Poland. It has been held in Poland on three occasions: the winning team is underlined, and the other teams are named in order of their finishing positions.

  • 2014 - Poland*, Switzerland*, Luxembourg, Czechia (in Czechia)

  • 2015 - Poland*, Sweden, Malta, Czechia (in Czechia)

  • 2016 - Poland*, Switzerland*, Latvia*

  • 2017 - Poland*, Hungary, Switzerland*, Czechia, Ukraine*

  • 2018 - Ukraine*, Hungary, Poland*, Switzerland**

  • 2019 - to be confirmed

 

* indicates that a country is not currently a member of the ICC. 

 

PanEuropean Cup (Hungary) 

 

This is a biennial competition on astroturf, held at the GB Oval in Szodliget near Budapest in Hungary. The competition has occasionally been bolstered by a team from Dubai, which won the competition in 2016. It has been held on three occasions: the winning team is underlined, and the other teams are named in order of their finishing positions.

  • 2014 - Malta, Dubai, Austria, Poland*, Hungary

  • 2016 - Dubai, Malta, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria

  • 2018 - Hungary, Malta, Poland*

  • 2020 - to be confirmed

* indicates that a country is not currently a member of the ICC. 

Nordic Cup

 

This is a competition occasionally held in Scandinavia, among Nordic teams: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Denmark.

  • 2009 - Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland

  • 2011 - Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland

  • 2016 - Sweden, Finland, Estonia

  • 2017 - Sweden, Finland, Estonia

  • 2019 - to be confirmed

 

Baltic Cup

 

This is a competition occasionally held among teams with a Baltic Sea coast: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland and Russia.

  • 2011 - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

  • 2012 - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Russia

  • 2013 - Estonia, Latvia (shared)

  • 2014 - Latvia, Estonia

  • 2015 - Estonia, Lithuania

  • 2016 - Estonia, Latvia

  • 2017 - Latvia, Estonia

  • 2018 - Estonia, Latvia

  • 2019 - to be confirmed

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