The FEC organises the European Association Croquet("AC") and Golf Croquet ("GC") Championships which are open to all players who are eligible to represent a FEC Member country.

The 2016 European GC Championship was held in England at the Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club from Thursday 26 May to Sunday 29 May.  The 2016 Champion is Jose Riva (Spain) who defeated Stephen Mulliner (England) in the final 7-5, 7-6.

The European Association Croquet Championship

The European Association Croquet Championship was first held in 1993 at Solbiate Olona, just north of Milan, and has been held annually with the exception of 2014.  Every FEC Member is entitled to nominate one player and the holder and runner-up are entitled to a place.

The event usually has a field of 16 players and is played over three days.  The format consists of an all-play-all Block Stage consisting of four blocks of four players followed by a Knock-Out ("KO") Stage for the top eight players from the blocks.  The block stage and the KO quarter-final matches are played as single games but the KO semi-finals and final are played as best-of-three games.  Those who do not qualify for the KO Stage are eligible to compete in a Plate event.

A list of the previous winners and runners-up can be seen on the European Association Croquet Championship honours board.

The European Golf Croquet Championship

The European Golf Croquet Championship was first held in 1999 at Carrickmines, near Dublin, Ireland.  Initially, it was held every four years but, reflecting the increasing popularity of GC, the EGCC has now become an annual event.  Every FEC Member is entitled to nominate one player but those who have fielded three or more players in the past two events are entitled to nominate a second player.  Other places are allocated as Ranking Places to the players with the highest World Ranking on the published Allocation Date which is usually two months prior to the event.

The event now has a field of 32 players and is played over four days.  The format consists of an all-play-all Block Stage consisting of four blocks of eight players followed by a Knock-Out ("KO") Stage for the top 16 players from the blocks.  All matches are played as best-of-three games.  Those who do not qualify for the Championship Stage are eligible to compete in a Plate event.  The KO first-round losers are eligible to compete in a knock-out Bowl event and the quarter-final losers are eligible to compete in a knock-out Shield event.

A list of the previous winners and runner-up can be seen on the European Golf Croquet Championship honours board.