EHL Men’s Ranking Table finalised after 2023/24 season

The EHL Men’s Ranking Table has been finalised following conclusion of the EuroHockey Club season for 2023/24.

As already confirmed in April, England made the big move at the top of the table to jump to third in the table, earning an extra sport in EHL Men next season.

Germany drop from second to fifth place which sees them have only two places in the 2024/25 season, the first time they will not have three places in the men’s competition.

Germany are level with fourth-placed Spain on points but fall below them on the basis of points earned in the most recent season.

Austria moved up one spot following Post SV’s run to the KO8 and SV Arminen’s bronze EuroHockey Trophy I, helping them overtake France and win a second ticket to next season’s KO16.

Ireland also moved up one spot from ninth to eighth, overtaking Scotland, with Lisnagarvey’s Trophy I gold the key driver.

Switzerland and Czechia remain in tenth and eleventh to keep hold of one EHL KO16 spot.

Below them, Türkiye made the biggest jump from 20th to 16th thanks to Nizip Zeugma’s gold medal in Trophy II last weekend.