Tournament favourites Great Britain will begin the defence of their title when the 2019 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation European Championship Division A gets underway in Vejle in Denmark tomorrow.
Britain have been fine-tuning their preparations at DGI Huset Vejle as they look to claim a third-straight gold medal, and seventh overall, at the biennial event.
They face Switzerland in their Group B opener tomorrow.
The tournament’s finalists will qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, while the third and fourth-place nations will be invited to the final qualification event, due to be held early next year.
“Obviously we want to go back-to-back-to-back European champions,” Britain’s Nicholas Cummins said.
“We want to be European champions and we want to get to the Paralympics, that’s what we’ve been working for.
“We can then go into the next year or so working on what we want to do in Tokyo.”