The Men’s European Championship will feature the participation of twelve teams, including host Spain, who have never won the championship but have two silver medals (1995 and 2019) and two bronze (2011 and 2013). The last men’s European Championship was played in Poland in 2019 and was won by Great Britain, the continent’s most awarded team, along with France, who both have seven titles.
The preliminary stages will see two groups of 6 battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals. The winners of the last 8 will then progress to the semi-finals to determine whether they play in the Gold or Bronze medal matches.
Group A: Spain, France, Lithuania, Poland, Germany and Switzerland
Group B: Great Britain, Austria, Israel, the Netherlands, Italy and Turkey
Update 6/12/2021 – Turkey has been withdrawn from the competition due to COVID-19 positive cases. They will forfeit their remaining matches.
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