European Mixed Team Championships

1972 Karlskrona
1. England, 2. Denmark, 3. F. R. Germany, 4. Sweden, 5. Scotland, 6. Netherlands, 7. Ireland, 8. Austria, 9. Czechoslovakia, 10. Wales, 11. Yugoslavia, 12. Finland

1974 Vienna
1. England, 2. Denmark, 3. Sweden, 4. F. R. Germany, 5. Netherlands, 6. Scotland, 7. Wales, 8. Ireland, 9. Czechoslovakia, 10. Norway, 11. Yugoslavia, 12. Austria, 13. Finland

1976 Dublin
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Sweden, 4. Netherlands, 5. F. R. Germany, 6. Scotland, 7. USSR, 8. Ireland, 9. Wales, 10. Norway, 11. Austria, 12. Switzerland, 13. Belgium

1978 Preston
1. England, 2. Denmark, 3. Sweden, 4. Netherlands, 5. F. R. Germany, 6. Scotland, 7. Ireland, 8. USSR, 9. Norway, 10. Wales, 11. Austria, 12. Belgium, 13. Switzerland, 14. Portugal, 15. Italy

1980 Gröningen
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Sweden, 4. Netherlands, 5. USSR, 6. F. R. Germany, 7. Scotland, 8. Ireland, 9. Wales, 10. Austria, 11. Norway, 12. Belgium, 13. Czechoslovakia, 14. Hungary, 15. Finland, 16. Yugoslavia, 17. Poland, 18. Iceland, 19. Switzerland, 20. Portugal, 21. Italy

1982 Böblingen
1. England, 2. Sweden, 3. Denmark, 4. Netherlands, 5. USSR, 6. Scotland, 7. Ireland, 8. F. R. Germany, 9. Czechoslovakia, 10. Wales, 11. Austria, 12. Poland, 13. Norway, 14. Belgium, 15. Hungary, 16. Iceland, 17. Finland, 18. Switzerland, 19. Yugoslavia, 20. Italy, 21. France

1984 Preston
1. England, 2. Denmark, 3. Sweden, 4. Scotland, 5. USSR, 6. F. R. Germany, 7. Netherlands, 8. Wales, 9. Ireland, 10. Austria, 11. Poland, 12. Belgium, 13. Czechoslovakia, 14. Ireland, 15. Norway, 16. Switzerland, 17. Hungary, 18. France, 19. Italy

1986 Uppsala
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Sweden, 4. Scotland, 5. USSR, 6. Netherlands, 7. F. R. Germany, 8. Wales, 9. Poland, 10. Austria, 11. Belgium, 12. Ireland, 13. Iceland, 14. Czechoslovakia, 15. Finland, 16. Norway, 17. Hungary, 18. Switzerland, 19. Bulgaria, 20. France, 21. Italy

1988 Kristiansand
1. Denmark, 2. Sweden, 3. England, 4. USSR, 5. Netherlands, 6. F. R. Germany, 7. Scotland, 8. Poland, 9. Wales, 10. Belgium, 11. Ireland, 12. Finland, 13. Austria, 14. Norway, 15. Iceland, 16. Czechoslovakia, 17. Hungary, 18. Bulgaria, 19. Switzerland, 20. France, 21. Portugal, 22. Spain, 23. Italy

1990 Moscow
1. Denmark, 2. Sweden, 3. England, 4. USSR, 5. Netherlands, 6. Scotland, 7. FR Germany, 8. Poland, 9. Ireland, 10. Finland, 11. Wales, 12. Norway, 13. Belgium, 14. Austria, 15. Iceland, 16. Czechoslovakia, 17. Bulgaria, 18. GDR, 19. Hungary, 20. Switzerland, 21. France, 22. Italy, 23. Spain, 24. Cyprus

1992 Glasgow
1. Sweden, 2. Denmark, 3. England, 4. CIS, 5. Scotland, 6. Netherlands, 7. Germany, 8. Poland, 9. Finland, 10. Norway, 11. Wales, 12. Ireland, 13. Iceland, 14. Bulgaria, 15. France, 16. Czechoslovakia, 17. Austria, 18. Belgium, 19. Switzerland, 20.  Hungary, 21. Spain, 22. Portugal, 23. Italy, 24. Cyprus

1994 Den Bosch
1. Sweden, 2. Denmark, 3. England, 4. Russia, 5. Germany, 6. Netherlands, 7. Scotland, 8. Poland 9. Wales, 10. Finland, 11. Norway, 12. Austria, 13. Iceland, 14. Ukraine, 15. Czech Republic, 16. Bulgaria, 17. Switzerland, 18. Ireland, 19. Belgium, 20. France

1996 Herning
1. Denmark, 2. Sweden, 3. England, 4. Russia, 5. Netherlands, 6. Germany, 7. Scotland, 8. Poland, 9. Ukraine, 10. Wales, 11. Bulgaria, 12. Ireland, 13. Finland, 14. Iceland, 15. Norway, 16. Austria.

(For the first time the team event was played according to the new format with only 16 teams participating)

1998 Sofia
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Sweden, 4. Netherlands, 5. Germany, 6. Ukraine, 7. Russia, 8. Scotland, 9. Bulgaria, 10. Finland, 11. Switzerland, 12. France, 13. Wales, 14. Poland, 15. Portugal, 16. Ireland

2000 Glasgow
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Netherlands, 4. Sweden, 5. Germany, 6. Ukraine, 7. Russia, 8. Bulgaria, 9. Finland, 10. France, 11. Wales, 12. Poland, 13. Scotland, 14. Iceland, 15. Switzerland, 16. Portugal

2002 Malmö
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Netherlands, 4. Germany, 5. Sweden, 6. Ukraine, 7. Russia, 8. Finland, 9. Poland, 10. Wales, 11. Bulgaria, 12. Spain, 13. Scotland, 14. France, 15. Portugal, 16. Czech Republic.

2004 Geneva
1. Denmark, 2. Netherlands, 3. Germany, 4. England, 5. Poland, 6. Russia, 7. Sweden, 8. France, 9. Ukraine, 10. Scotland, 11. Wales, 12. Finland, 13. Bulgaria, 14. Spain, 15. Slovenia, 16. Czech Republic

2006 Den Bosch
1. Denmark, 2. Netherlands, 3. England, 4. Germany, 5. Poland, 6. France, 7. Sweden, 8. Russia, 9. Scotland, 10. Ukraine, 11. Czech Republic, 12. Finland, 13. Bulgaria, 14. Portugal, 15. Spain, 16. Wales

2008 Herning
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Poland, 4. Netherlands, 5. Germany, 6. Russia, 7. France, 8. Ukraine, 9. Scotland, 10. Bulgaria, 11. Sweden, 12. Czech Republic, 13. Iceland, 14. Finland, 15. Ireland, 16. Estonia

2009 Liverpool
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Poland and Russia,
5. France, Germany, Netherlands, Ukraine,
9. Ireland, Switzerland, Sweden, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Iceland, Scotland,
17. Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Latvia, Austria, Finland, Italy, Czech Republic,
25. Slovenia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Norway, Israel, Lithuania, Hungary, Wales

2011 Amsterdam
1. Denmark, 2. Germany, 3. England and Russia,
5. France, Poland, Bulgaria, The Netherlands,
9. Czech Rep., Estonia, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland, Scotland, Ukraine, Croatia,
17. Israel, Belgium, Austria, Wales, Iceland, Spain, Finland, Portugal,
25. Italy, Latvia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Belarus

2013 Ramenskoe
1. Germany, 2. Denmark, 3. England and Russia
5. France, The Netherlands, Scotland, Ukraine
9. Turkey, Spain, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Switzerland, Ireland, Sweden, Czech Republic
17. Norway, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Slovakia
25. Luxembourg, Israel, Wales, Belarus

2015 Leuven
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Germany and Russia
5. Ireland, France, Scotland, The Netherlands
9. Poland, Belgium, Sweden

2017 Lubin
1. Denmark, 2. Russia, 3. England and Germany
5. France, The Netherlands, Poland, Sweden
9. Bulgaria, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland