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European Athletics Championships 2022, Munich


The next battle for European Championships medals will be in Munich, Germany in the summer of 2022.
European Athletics Championships 2022 is competed in mid August in Munich, Germany.
European Athletics Championships 2022 is competed in mid August in Munich, Germany.


The European Athletics Championships is tradional athletics event in which the best athletes of Europe are decided. The first edition of the Euro Champs was competed back in 1934 in Turin, Italy. Until 2010 the event was organized once every four years like the olympics but from 2010 onwards the European Athletics Championships has been a biennial event as the European champions have been crowned once every two years.

Next European Athletics Championships will be hosted in Munich (München), Germany, in mid August 2022. The week long hunt for medals begins on Monday the 15th of August and the last events competed on Sunday the 21st. The Munich games are the 25th edition of the European Athletics Championships.

European Athletics Championships 2022 Munich - Schedule & Timetable


The European Athletics Championships 2022 begin on Monday morning with qualifying events and men's decathlon. The first medals are decided already on Monday morning as the European champions of men's and women's are crowned on the first competition morning in Munich. See the whole daily schedule for the Munich games below.

Monday 15.8.2022 Morning

TimeEventInfo
10.00Men´s Shot putQ, Group A+B
10.05Men´s Decathlon 100 m 
10.25Women´s Pole vaultQ, Group A+B
10.30Women´s maraton 
10.40Men´s 100 mRound 1 1
10.50Men´s Decathlon Long jumpGroup A+B
11.05Women´s 100 mRound 1 1
11.20Women´s Shot putQ, Group A+B
11.30Men´s maraton 
12.10Men´s Long jumpQ, Group A+B
12.40Men´s Decathlon Shot putGroup A+B

Monday 15.8.2022 Evening

TimeEventInfo
18.15Women´s DiscusQ, Group A
18.30Men´s Decathlon High jumpGroup A+B
19.00Men´s 400 mRound 1 1
19.25Women´s DiscusQ, Group B
19.35Naissten 400 mRound 1 1
20.05Men´s Triple jumpQ, Group A+B
20.15Men´s 1500 mRound 1 1
20.38Women´s Shot putFinal
20.58Men´s Shot putFinal
21.15Men´s Decathlon 400 m 
21.48Women´s 10 000 mFinal




Tuesday 16.8.2022 Morning

TimeEventInfo
8.30Men´s 35 km Race walk 
8.30Women´s 35 km Race walk 
9.05Men´s Decathlon 110 m H 
9.35Men´s 110 m HRound 1 1
9.50Women´s Long jumpQ, Group A+B
10.15Men´s Decathlon DiscusGroup A
10.15Women´s 1500 mRound 1 1
10.55Men´s Decathlon DiscusGroup B
11.30Men´s Decathlon Pole vaultGroup A
11.40Men´s 3000 m esteetHeats
12.15Women´s Hammer throwQ, Group A
12.25Men´s 400 mSemifinals
12.30Men´s Decathlon Pole vaultGroup B
13.00Women´s 400 mSemifinals
13.30Women´s Hammer throwQ, Group B

Tuesday 16.8.2022 Evening

TimeEventInfo
18.35Men´s High jumpQ, Group A+B
18.40Men´s Decathlon javelinGroup A
19.40Men´s Decathlon javelinGroup B
20.05Men´s 100 mSemifinals
20.27Men´s Long jumpFinal
20.35Women´s 100 mSemifinals
21.02Women´s DiscusFinal
21.08Men´s 5000 mFinal
21.35Men´s Decathlon 1500 m 
22.15Men´s 100 mFinal
22.25Women´s 100 mFinal



Wednesday 17.8.2022 Morning

TimeEventInfo
9.35Men´s Hammer throwQ, Group A
10.30Women´s Heptathlon 100 m H 
10.50Men´s Hammer throwQ, Group B
11.05Men´s 400 m HRound 1 1
11.35Women´s Heptathlon High jump 
11.40Women´s 400 m HHeats
12.20Men´s DiscusQ, Group A
12.35Women´s Triple jumpQ, Group A+B
13.35Men´s DiscusQ, Group B

Wednesday 17.8.2022 Evening

TimeEventInfo
19.54Women´s Heptathlon Shot put 
20.00Women´s Pole vaultFinal
20.15Men´s Triple jumpFinal
20.30Men´s 110 m HSemifinals
21.05Women´s Hammer throwFinal
21.10Women´s Heptathlon 200 m 
21.43Men´s 400 mFinal
22.02Women´s 400 mFinal
22.22Men´s 110 m HFinal




Thursday 18.8.2022 Morning

TimeEventInfo
9.00Women´s javelinQ, Group A
9.20Women´s 3000 m esteetHeats
0.25Women´s Heptathlon Long jump 
10.10Men´s 800 mHeats
10.15Women´s javelinQ, Group B
10.45Women´s 800 mHeats
10.50Men´s Pole vaultQ, Group A+B
11.25Men´s 400 m HSemifinals
11.36Women´s Heptathlon javelinGroup A
11.55Women´s 400 m HSemifinals
12.30Men´s 200 mHeats
12.48Women´s Heptathlon javelinGroup A
13.05Women´s 200 mHeats

Thursday 18.8.2022 Evening

TimeEventInfo
20.05Men´s High jumpFinal
20.10Men´s Hammer throwFinal
20.13Men´s 200 mSemifinals
20.37Women´s 200 mSemifinals
20.58Women´s Long jumpFinal
21.05Men´s 1500 mFinal
21.25Women´s 5000 mFinal
21.55Women´s Heptathlon 800 m 



Friday 19.8.2022 Morning

TimeEventInfo
10.00Men´s 4 x 100 m RelayHeats
10.00Men´s javelinQ, Group A
10.05Women´s High jumpQ, Group A+B
10.25Women´s 4 x 100 m RelayHeats
10.50Women´s 800 mSemifinals
11.15Men´s javelinQ, Group B
11.10Men´s 4 x 400 m RelayHeats
11.40Women´s 4 x 400 m RelayHeats

Friday 19.8.2022 Evening

TimeEventInfo
20.20Men´s DiscusFinal
20.27Men´s 800 mSemifinals
20.45Women´s 1500 mFinal
20.55Women´s Triple jumpFinal
21.00Men´s 3000 m esteetFinal
21.20Men´s 200 mFinal
21.45Women´s 400 m HFinal
21.00Men´s 400 m HFinal
21.22Women´s 200 mFinal




Saturday 20.8.2022 Morning

TimeEventInfo
8.30Men´s 20 km Race walk 
10.15Women´s 20 km Race walk 

Saturday 20.8.2022 Evening

TimeEventInfo
20.05Men´s Pole vaultFinal
20.15Women´s 800 mFinal
20.25Women´s javelinFinal
20.43Women´s 100 m HHeats
21.15Men´s 4 x 400 m RelayFinal
21.45Women´s 4 x 400 m RelayFinal
22.13Women´s 3000 m esteetFinal



Sunday 21.8.2022

TimeEventInfo
19.05Women´s High jumpFinal
19.10Women´s 100 m HSemifinals
19.40Men´s 800 mFinal
19.50Men´s javelinFinal
20.00Men´s 10 000 mFinal
20.45Women´s 100 m HFinal
21.12Men´s 4 x 100 m RelayFinal
21.22Women´s 4 x 100 m RelayFinal



European Athletics Championships Munich 2022 - Startlists & Entries


Check out the final entries by event



European Athletics Championships Munich 2022 - Medal standings


You can find the real-time European Athletics Championships Munich 2022 medal standings from the EA Munich 2022 page.


European Athletics Championships Munich 2022 – Entry Standards


Below you will find the entry standards for the European Athletics Championships Munich 2022. Athletes can also qualify for Munich through the ranking list.

Entry Standards

MenEventWomen
10,16100 m11,24
20,43200 m23,05
45,70400 m51,70
1.45,90800 m2.00,40
3.36,001 500 m4.06,00
13.24,005 000 m15.25,00
28.15,0010 000 m32.20,00
8.30,003 000 m steeplec.9.39,00
13,50110/100 m H12,93
49,50400 m H55,85
2.14.30Marathon2.32.00
1.22.1020 km race walk1.32.15
2.35.3035 km race walk2.55.00
230High jump195
575Pole vault460
810Long jump679
16,95Triple jump14,25
20,85Shot put18,20
65,20Discus60,50
77,00Hammer throw71,80
84,00Javelin62,50
8100Decathlon/Hepthathlon6250



European Athletics Championships Munich 2022 – Results


The European Ahtletics result service requires free registration.

Daily results




European Athletics Championships Munich 2022 – Livestream


Check out the European Athletics Championships 2022 livestream.


European Athletics Championships – History & stats


Here are some statistics from the European Athletics Championships covering the years from 1934 to 2018. You can find the all time medal table, most successful athletes and all the host cities & countries in the sections below.

European Athletics Championships – All time medal table 1934-2018


Medals

RankCountryI-II-IIITotal
1Soviet Union120-110-101331
2Great Britain118-90-96304
3East Germany89-75-62226
4Germany75-80-78233
5France69-65-60194
6Poland54-52-60166
7Russia50-51-53154
8Italy42-44-48134
9Finland33-28-40101
10Sweden29-42-42113
11Spain28-24-3688
12West Germany27-36-37100
13Netherlands26-25-2273
14Ukraine20-29-1867
15Hungary18-20-2462
16Czechoslovakia16-16-2759
17Portugal16-13-837
18Norway13-14-1744
19Bulgaria12-16-1240
20Belgium12-13-1136
21Belarus11-13-1034
22Turkey11-8-928
23Greece11-7-1129
24Switzerland8-12-1333
25Romania7-21-1038
26Czech Republic6-14-1030
27Yugoslavia6-6-315
28Croatia6-1-310
29Denmark4-7-314
30Latvia4-3-310
31Ireland3-6-615
32Estonia3-6-413
33Iceland3-1-15
33Israel3-1-15
35Lithuania2-3-49
36Austria2-1-710
37Slovenia2-1-25
38Serbia1-4-27
39Slovakia1-4-16
Authorised Neutral Athletes1-3-26
40Azerbaijan0-2-24
41Albania0-1-01
41Luxembourg0-1-01
43Moldova0-0-11


European Athletics Championships – Most Successful Athletes


The medal tally by East Germany's athletes in their golden era remains high in the statistics to date, even though Polish Irene Szewinska does own the title of the female athlete with the most medals. The Polish sprinter won gold medals in 100 m and 200 m sprints, sprint relay and long jump between the years 1966 and 1974. Szewinska got her last medals in the 1978 European Championships in Prague, as she won bronze in the 400 m sprint and in the 400 m relay. During her career, Szewinska won a total of 10 European Championships medals.

For men, Christophe Lemaitre stands on top of the list. The Frenchman has eight European Championships medals on his shelf, four of which are golden. He is followed by familiar names such as Mo Farah (6 medals) and one of the Borlee brothers, Kevin Borlee (6 medals).

For the coming years, a lot of movement is anticipated in the total medal statistics, as the condensed schedule of European Championships (every two years) will increase the chances to win medals.

The Most Medals

NameCountryTotalI-II-III
Irena SzewińskaPoland105-1-4
Fanny Blankers-KoenNetherland85-1-2
Renate StecherEast Germany84-4-0
Dafne SchippersNetherland84-3-1
Christophe LemaitreFrance84-2-2
Marlies GöhrEast Germany75-1-1
Myriam SoumaréFrance71-3-3
Marita KochEast Germany66-0-0
Harald SchmidWest Germany65-1-0
Roger BlackGreat Britain65-1-0
Mohamed FarahGreat Britain65-1-0
Heike DrechslerEast & West Germany6-5-1-0
Grit BreuerEast & West Germany6-5-1-0
Kevin BorléeBelgium64-1-1
Martyn RooneyGreat Britain63-2-1
Irina PrivalovaUSSR & Russia63-2-1
Pietro MenneaItaly63-2-1
Linford ChristieGreat Britain63-1-2
Yevgeniya SechenovaUSSR62-2-2


European Athletics Championships – Hosting Countries & Cities


European Championships in track & field have been held since 1934, when only men were allowed to participate. Four years later, women gained access to compete at the European Championships level for the first time. Since 2012, the European Championships have been arranged every two years. Before this, the schedule was established at every four years.

Rome hosts games in 2024.

YearCityCountry
1934Turin Italy
1938 Paris/Vienna France/Austria
1946Oslo Norway
1950Brussels Belgium
1954Bern  Switzerland
1958Stockholm Sweden
1962Belgrade Yugoslavia
1966Budapest Hungary
1969Athens Greece
1971Helsinki Finland
1974Rome Italy
1978Prague Czechoslovakia
1982Athens Greece
1986Stuttgart West Germany
1990Split Yugoslavia
1994Helsinki Finland
1998Budapest Hungary
2002Munich Germany
2006Gothenburg Sweden
2010Barcelona Spain
2012Helsinki Finland
2014Zürich  Switzerland
2016Amsterdam Netherlands
2018Berlin Germany
2020Paris France (cancelled)
2022Munich Germany
2024RomeItaly
2026ParisFrance
2028ChorzowPoland