Structured sheet metals with regular bumps offer higher bending stiffness compared to flat sheet metals. The application of structured sheet metals requires new investigations regarding their strength and deformation behaviour. Standardised testing methods like the tensile test considering defined specimen geometry and measuring methods exist. Those methods, however, have been developed for plain sheets and cannot be directly transferred to structured sheet metals. The assessment of the strength and deformation behaviour of structured sheet metals needs adapted specimen geometry and measuring methods. In this paper the adaption of the standardised tensile test in accordance with DIN EN ISO 6892-1 to the specific characteristics of structured sheet metals is introduced. In order to determine the appropriate specimen geometry their dimensions were methodically varied and the influence of the structure position on the strength and the deformation behaviour was identified. The analysis of the local strain behaviour was carried out by 3D displacement measurement with the ARAMIS-system. For the derivation of the material properties different analysing methods were developed. The test results were compared to those of flat sheet metals.