FIA European Rally Trophy was born in 2014 and has succeed the European Rally Cup. Nowadays, it is the European Trophy of rallies that is divided in eight geographical regions. It happens in the Alps, with countries such as France, Italy and Switzerland, near the Alps; Balkan, with countries as Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey and Servia, throughout the Balkans; Baltic, for countries like Latvia, Estonia e Lithuania, through the Baltic; Benelux for Belgium and Luxemburg; Celtic, limited to Ireland and united Kingdom; Central, for central countries as Austria, Checks Republic, Croatia, Slovenia, Poland or Germany; Iberian for Portugal and Spain and finally Scandinavian for Sweden, Finland and Denmark.
In every area there are champions not only according to the absolute standings (ERT1) but also for vehicles with two driving wheels (ERT2) e Junior, for drivers under the age of 26. From all areas, the top ten standings of each category are also set for the finale. It is in that finale that the title for each category is given. In 2021 this finale will take place in the International ADMV, Lausitz Rallye fighting for Germany, between the 4th and 6th November. this finale was staged in 2017 and 18 at the Casinos do Algarve Rally, in Portugal.