FIRS Women's Roller Hockey World Cup

FIRS Women's Roller Hockey World Cup
Founded 1992
Region International (CIRH)
Number of teams 14
Current champions  Spain (5th title)
Most successful team(s)  Argentina
(5 titles each)
Website inf.fh
Iquique 2016

The FIRS Women's Roller Hockey World Cup is a competition between the best female national teams in the World. It takes place every two years and it is organized by FIRS.


Roller Hockey has a Women's Championship which has taken place every two years since 1992.


Year Host city 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze 4th Place
1992 Germany Springe, Germany  Canada  Italy  New Zealand  Netherlands
1994 Portugal Tavira, Portugal  Spain  Canada  Japan  Portugal
1996 Brazil Sertãozinho, Brazil  Spain  Italy  Portugal  Brazil
1998 Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina  Argentina  Portugal  Germany  Brazil
2000 Germany Marl, Germany  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  Germany
2002 Portugal Paços de Ferreira, Portugal  Argentina  Brazil  Spain  Portugal
2004 Germany Wuppertal, Germany  Argentina  Brazil  Spain  Portugal
2006 Chile Santiago, Chile  Chile  Spain  Argentina  Portugal
2008 Japan Yurihonjō, Japan  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  United States
2010 Spain Alcobendas, Spain  Argentina  France  Spain  Germany
2012 Brazil Recife, Brazil  France  Spain  Colombia  Portugal
2014 France Tourcoing, France  Argentina  France  Chile  Germany
2016 Chile Iquique, Chile  Spain  Portugal  Argentina  France

Medal Table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Spain 52310
2 Argentina 5049
3 France 1203
4 Canada 1102
5 Chile 1012
6 Portugal 0415
7 Brazil 0202
7 Italy 0202
9 Colombia 0011
9 Germany 0011
9 Japan 0011
9 New Zealand 0011
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