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Men's European Championships

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1994, Jun 03 - 12 Porto POR SWE 34:21 RUS CRO
1996, May 23 - Jun 02 Sevilla ESP RUS 23:22 ESP YUG
1998, May 29 - Jun 07 Bozen ITA SWE 25:23 ESP GER
2000, Jan 21 - 30 Zagreb CRO SWE 32:31a2et RUS ESP
2002, Jan 24 - Feb 03 Stockholm SWE SWE 33:31aet GER DEN
2004, Jan 22 - Feb 01 Ljubljana SLO GER 30:25 SLO DEN
2006, Jan 26 - Feb 05 Zürich SUI FRA 31:23 ESP DEN
2008, Jan 17 - 27 Lillehammer NOR DEN 24:20 CRO FRA
2010, Jan 19 - 31 Wien AUT FRA 25:21 CRO ISL
2012, Jan 15 - 28 Beograd SRB DEN 21:19 SRB CRO
2014, Jan 12 - 26 Herning DEN FRA 41:32 DEN ESP
2016, Jan 17 - 31 Kraków POL GER 24:17 ESP CRO
2018, Jan 12 - 28 Zagreb CRO ESP 29:23 SWE FRA
2020, Jan 09 - 26 Stockholm SWE ESP 22:20 CRO NOR
2022, Jan 13 - 30 Budapest HUN SWE 27:26 ESP DEN


Women's European Championships

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1994, Sep 17 - 25 Berlin GRE DEN 27:23 GER NOR
1996, Dec 06 - 15 Herning DEN DEN 25:23 NOR AUT
1998, Dec 11 - 20 Amsterdam NED NOR 24:16 DEN HUN
2000, Dec 08 - 17 București ROU HUN 32:30aet UKR RUS
2002, Dec 06 - 15 Århus DEN DEN 25:22 NOR FRA
2004, Dec 09 - 19 Budapest HUN NOR 27:25 DEN HUN
2006, Dec 07 - 17 Stockholm SWE NOR 27:24 RUS FRA
2008, Dec 02 - 14 Skopje MKD NOR 34:21 ESP RUS
2010, Dec 07 - 19 Herning DEN NOR 25:20 SWE ROU
2012, Dec 04 - 16 Beograd SRB MNE 34:31a2et NOR HUN
2014, Dec 07 - 21 Budapest HUN NOR 28:25 ESP SWE
2016, Dec 04 - 18 Göteborg SWE NOR 30:29 NED FRA
2018, Nov 29 - Dec 16 Paris FRA FRA 24:21 RUS NED
2020, Dec 03 - 20 Herning DEN NOR 22:20 FRA CRO
2022, Nov 04 - 20 Ljubljana SLO NOR 27:25 DEN MNE


Men's 20 European Championships

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
Men's Junior European Championship
1996, Aug 16 - 25 Oradea ROU DEN 26:19 ESP RUS
1998, Aug 21 - 30 Innsbruck AUT DEN 22:21 YUG HUN
2000, Aug 18 - 26 Athína GRE YUG 34:29 BLR ESP
2002, Aug 09 - 18 Gdańsk POL POL 29:25 SLO YUG
Men's 20 European Championship
2004, Aug 06 - 15 Rīga LAT GER 27:26 DEN SLO
2006, Aug 10 - 19 Innsbruck AUT GER 24:19 SWE DEN
2008, Jul 25 - Aug 03 București ROU DEN 26:21 GER FRA
2010, Jul 29 - Aug 08 Bratislava SVK DEN 30:24 POR SLO
2012, Jul 05 - 15 Ankara TUR ESP 34:21 CRO SLO
M20 Euro
2014, Jul 24 - Aug 03 Linz AUT GER 26:24 SWE ESP
2016, Jul 28 - Aug 07 Kolding DEN ESP 30:29aet GER FRA
2018, Jul 19 - 29 Celje SLO SLO 31:30 FRA GER
2020, Jul 02 - 12 Innsbruck AUT cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2022, Jul 07 - 17 Matosinhos POR ESP 37:35 POR SRB

2020: Once postponed to 2020, Aug 13-23. On Jun 26 the EHF relocated the event from Innsbruck AUT & Brixen ITA to Porec CRO. Finally canceled on Oct 27.

Women's 19 European Championships

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
Women's Junior European Championship
1996, Sep 05 - 15 Cetniewo POL DEN 24:23 UKR RUS
1998, Aug 29 - Sep 06 Bratislava SVK ROU 33:24 LTU RUS
2000, Aug 25 - Sep 03 Saint Raphaël FRA ROU 30:28 RUS CRO
2002, Aug 23 - Sep 01 Helsinki FIN RUS 25:24 HUN ESP
Women's 19 European Championship
2004, Jul 30 - Aug 08 Zlín CZE RUS 25:24 NOR SCG
2007, Aug 10 - 19 İzmir TUR DEN 29:19 ESP ROU
2009, Aug 14 - 23 Győr HUN NOR 29:27 HUN RUS
2011, Aug 04 - 14 Rotterdam NED DEN 29:27 NED AUT
2013, Aug 01 - 11 Kolding DEN RUS 36:28 HUN DEN
2015, Jul 23 - Aug 02 Valencia ESP DEN 29:26 RUS SWE
W19 Euro
2017, Jul 27 - Aug 06 Celje SLO FRA --- [2] DEN HUN
2019, Jul 11 - 20 Győr HUN HUN 27:20 NED NOR
2021, Jul 08 - 18 Celje SLO HUN 31:22 RUS FRA

2017: Final game: FRA - RUS 31:26; On 2018, Apr 03, the EHF Court of Handball has released its decision in a case against the Russian Handball Federation following anti-doping infringements of three of its players at the Women's 19 EHF EURO 2017.
The federation has been disqualified from the competition and all matches are lost by forfeit. The team's silver medal from the Women's 19 EHF EURO 2017 is thus also forfeited.

Men's 18 European Championships

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
Men's Youth European Championship
1992, Sep 08 - 13 Winterthur SUI POR 30:26aet RUS ESP
1994, Aug 20 - 28 Tel Aviv ISR ESP 16:15 POR DEN
1997, Aug 22 - 30 Tallinn EST SWE 28:24 CZE HUN
1999, Aug 06 - 15 Estoril POR HUN 24:23 ESP DEN
2001, Aug 03 - 12 Luxembourg LUX RUS 27:24 DEN SWE
2003, Aug 08 - 17 Košice SVK ISL 27:23 GER DEN
Men's 18 European Championship
2004, Jul 23 - Aug 01 Beograd SCG SCG 27:20 CRO DEN
2006, Jul 28 - Aug 01 Tallinn EST CRO 30:24 DEN SWE
2008, Aug 08 - 17 Brno CZE GER 31:27 DEN SWE
2010, Aug 12 - 22 Podgorica MNE CRO 27:26 ESP DEN
M18 Euro
2012, Jul 12 - 22 Hard AUT GER 30:29aet SWE DEN
2014, Aug 14 - 24 Gdynia POL FRA 33:30 HUN ESP
2016, Aug 11 - 21 Koprivnica CRO FRA 40:38 CRO GER
2018, Aug 09 - 19 Varaždin CRO SWE 32:27 ISL DEN
2021, Aug 12 - 22 Varaždin CRO GER 34:20 CRO ESP
2022, Aug 04 - 14 Podgorica MNE ESP 34:32 SWE GER

2021: Originally planned on 2020, Aug 13 - 23 in Celje SLO, once postponed to 2021, Jan 14-24. Finally rearranged as Championship for under 19 (M19) in 2021.

Women's 17 European Championships

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
Women's Youth European Championship
1992, Sep 01 - 06 Miskolc HUN NOR 17:14 DEN GER
1994, Sep 02 -10 Kaunas LTU UKR 24:16 CZE DEN
1997, Aug 15 - 23 Dornbirn AUT ESP 20:11 NOR RUS
1999, Aug 20 - 29 Rotenburg GER ROU 31:26 RUS GER
2001, Aug 24 - Sep 02 Samsun TUR RUS 26:14 GER HUN
2003, Aug 22 - 31 Tolyatti RUS RUS 28:23 ROU HUN
Women's 17 European Championship
2005, Aug 19 - 28 Maria Enzersdorf AUT DEN 29:26 ROU FRA
2007, Jun 29 - Jul 08 Bratislava SVK FRA 30:20 ESP NED
2009, Jun 25 - Jul 05 Niš SRB DEN 24:23 RUS NOR
2011, Jun 23 - Jul 03 Brno CZE RUS 24:23 DEN NOR
2013, Aug 15 - 25 Gdynia POL SWE 26:24 RUS DEN
W17 Euro
2015, Aug 13 - 23 Skopje MKD DEN 25:24 RUS HUN
2017, Aug 10 - 20 Michaľovce SVK POR 25:24 LTU TUR
2019, Aug 01 - 11 Celje SLO HUN 28:24 SWE FRA
2021, Aug 05 - 15 Podgorica MNE HUN 25:19 GER RUS


European Open Championships - Men

The European Open Handball Championship is a tournament hosted by the Swedish Handball Federation always in Göteborg and officially recognized by the EHF.

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
European Open M19
2005, Jul 05 - 09 GER 30:28 RUS SWE
2007, Jul 03 - 07 SWE 33:23 SLO ESP
2009, Jun 30 - Jul 04 SLO 29:28 POR NOR
2011, Jul 04 - 09 SWE 41:25 CZE SUI
2013, Jul 01 - 05 SWE 31:22 ROU DEN
2015, Jun 29 - Jul 03 ISL 31:29 SWE ESP
European Open M17
2017, Jul 03 - 07 SWE 34:22 AUT ISL
2019, Jul 01 - 05 FAR 36:29 SWE ISL
2021, Jul 05 - 09 cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic


European Open Championships - Women

The European Open Handball Championship is a tournament hosted by the Swedish Handball Federation always in Göteborg and officially recognized by the EHF.

European Champions Final Runners-up Third place
European Open W18
2006, Jul 04 - 08 DEN 23:22 RUS NOR
2008, Jul 01 - 05 NOR 25:17 ESP HUN
2010, Jul 06 - 10 DEN 24:20 RUS SWE
2012, Jul 02 - 06 NOR 26:22 RUS CZE
2014, Jun 30 - Jul 04 RUS 26:22 DEN NOR
2016, Jul 04 - 08 SWE 28:28a2et 6:5p DEN NOR
European Open W16
2018, Jul 02 - 06 HUN 31:30a2et FRA ROU
2020, Jun 29 - Jul 03 cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2022, Jul 04 - 08 ESP 29:19 ROU FRA


Handball at the European Youth Olympic Festival

The European Olympic Committees (EOC) - an organization of the National Olympic Committees of Europe created a multi-sport event for 13- to 17-year-old young people in 1991: the European Youth Olympic Days. Since 2001 this event is called European Youth Olympic Festival. Every two years this event takes place in selected sports and limited number of disciplines. Handball is a selected sport since 1995.

European Youth Olympic Days
3. 1995, Jul 09 - 14 Bath GBR
4. 1997, Jul 18 - 24 Lisboa POR
5. 1999, Jul 10 - 16 Esbjerg DEN
European Youth Olympic Festival
6. 2001, Jul 03 - 09 Murcia ESP
7. 2003, Jul 27 - Aug 03 Paris FRA
8. 2005, Jul 03 - 08 Lignano Sabbiadoro ITA
9. 2007, Jul 21 - 28 Beograd SRB
10. 2009, Jul 19 - 25 Tampere FIN
11. 2011, Jul 23 - 30 Trabzon TUR
12. 2013, Jul 14 - 19 Utrecht NED
13. 2015, Jul 26 - Aug 01 Tbilisi GEO
14. 2017, Jul 22 - 30 Győr HUN
15. 2019, Jul 22 - 27 Baku AZE
16. 2022, Jul 25 - 30 Banská Bystrica SVK

2022: Boys' tournament in Zvolen, Girls' tournament in Detva

Boys

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1995 no boys' event
1997 DEN 23:17 ESP POR
1999 no boys' event
2001 ESP 28:27 SLO YUG
2003 ESP 28:26 RUS FRA
2005 no boys' event
2007 no boys' event
2009 FRA 35:27 DEN CRO
2011 DEN 28:26a2et GER SRB
2013 SLO 28:23 NOR SWE
2015 FRA 30:28 SLO GER
2017 GER 29:26 SLO CRO
2019 CRO 29:28 GER DEN
2022 GER 29:28 DEN POR

Girls

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1995 RUS ??? NOR SVK
1997 no girls' event
1999 DEN 28:17 NOR LTU
2001 no girls' event
2003 no girls' event
2005 RUS 23:19 NOR DEN
2007 RUS 30:26 NOR DEN
2009 RUS 30:24 SVK DEN
2011 RUS 38:20 SWE DEN
2013 DEN 29:22 RUS GER
2015 RUS 21:20a2et DEN NOR
2017 HUN 30:23 ROU DEN
2019 FRA 23:21 NED HUN
2022 HUN 30:26 DEN NOR


EHF Nations' Cup (defunct)

The Nations' Cup was a one-off event organized on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the EHF.

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
2001, Nov 15 - 16 (Women) Wien AUT NOR 24:21 HUN DEN
2003, Jan 04 - 05 (Men) Beograd YUG DEN 37:29 YUG FRA



Last modified: 07.01.2023