The 2019 Men’s World Roller Hockey Championship was held in Portugal from July 24th to August 4th. This year’s tournament was the first one to feature 16 countries, making it the largest edition in the history of the tournament. Fans from all over the world gathered to witness the best teams from Europe, America, and Asia compete for the title.
2019 Men’s World Roller Hockey Championship
The 2019 Men’s World Roller Hockey Championship was hosted by the Portuguese Roller Hockey Federation in the cities of Matosinhos and Porto, Portugal. The tournament featured 16 teams from all around the world, including reigning champions Spain, who had won the tournament four times in the past. The teams were divided into four groups of four teams each and then a knockout stage. The tournament was won by Spain, who defeated Portugal in the final.
Exciting Match-Ups and Results
The tournament saw some exciting match-ups and results. In the group stage, Spain and Portugal emerged as the two top teams, with both teams winning their respective groups. In the quarter-finals, Spain defeated France while Portugal defeated Italy. In the semi-finals, Spain beat Argentina while Portugal beat Germany. The final saw Spain defeat Portugal 5-3, with Spain’s Victor Gonzalez scoring a hat-trick.
The 2019 Men’s World Roller Hockey Championship was an exciting event that showcased the best teams from around the world. Spain emerged as the champions, while Portugal put up a good fight in the final. The tournament was a huge success and it is sure to be remembered for many years to come.