Everything you need to know – new website for 2024 European Water Polo Championships revealed

With excitement levels building for next month’s 2024 European Water Polo Championships in Croatia and Netherlands, European Aquatics are delighted to announce the launch of the tournament’s official website, in collaboration with the two organising committees – the Croatian Water Polo Federation and the Royal Dutch Swimming Federation.

The site – https://ewpc2024.len.eu/  will be the place to go for all the latest results, news and interviews related to the championships, which will see the men’s competition held in Dubrovnik and Zagreb from 4-16 January, and the women’s tournament contested in Eindhoven from 5-13 January.

Fans can keep up-to-date with all the thrilling water polo action as the top nations from across the continent collide in two epic tournaments.

With comprehensive results and stats from every game, the website will also feature the very best photos and highlight videos from all three venues.

Live streaming information will also be available, along with links to buy tickets for those wanting to see Europe’s greatest players in person.

Both tournaments will feature 16 teams, divided into four groups of four, battling to be crowned European champions.

One ticket for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and three for the 2024 World Championships in Qatar will also be up for grabs in each competition.

The 2024 European Water Polo Championships was originally scheduled to take place in Netanya, Israel, but sadly, the current situation in Israel, meant the event had to be moved.  

With the 2022 tournament having successfully been contested in Split, Croatia is the first nation to host back-to-back European Water Polo Championships.

Netherlands is no stranger to hosting the competition either, after putting on a great show in 2012, also in Eindhoven.

In the men’s tournament, defending champions Croatia are aiming to lift the trophy once again on home soil, while the reigning women’s title-holders Spain are looking to make it three wins in a row after taking gold in 2022 and 2020.