IHF Women's Youth World Championship

Short History

     The IHF Women's Youth World Championship is a women's international handball competition organised by IHF. It is a competition for under 18 women’s national teams. The first edition was held in 2006 in Canada. It takes place constantly every two years in even years, except in 2020, when it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
1. 2006 Canada 11 - 20 August 2006 12 nations 38 matches 1 venues 1 cities
2. 2008 Slovakia 11 - 20 July 2008 16 nations 50 matches 2 venues 1 cities
3. 2010 Dominican Republic 2 - 12 August 2010 20 nations 64 matches 2 venues 1 cities
4. 2012 Montenegro 16 - 26 August 2012 20 nations 64 matches 2 venues 2 cities
5. 2014 FYR Macedonia 20 Jul - 3 Aug 2014 24 nations 100 matches 3 venues 3 cities
6. 2016 Slovakia 19 - 31 July 2016 24 nations 92 matches 2 venues 1 cities
7. 2018 Poland 7 - 19 August 2018 24 nations 91 matches 2 venues 1 cities

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
1. 2006 Canada DENMARK South Korea Romania
2. 2008 Slovakia RUSSIA Serbia Denmark
3. 2010 Dominican Republic SWEDEN Norway Netherlands
4. 2012 Montenegro DENMARK Russia Norway
5. 2014 FYR Macedonia ROMANIA Germany Denmark
6. 2016 Slovakia RUSSIA Denmark South Korea
7. 2018 Poland RUSSIA Hungary South Korea

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
1. 2006 Canada Denmark - South Korea 36-33 Romania - France 30-25 Denmark - Romania 34-32 (ET)
South Korea - France 32-31
2. 2008 Slovakia Russia - Serbia 27-22 Denmark - France 24-21 Russia - France 28-25
Serbia - Denmark 28-17
3. 2010 Dominican Republic Sweden - Norway 34-29 Netherlands - France 27-26 Sweden - Netherlands 38-21
Norway - France 22-18
4. 2012 Montenegro Denmark - Russia 27-26 Norway - Romania 36-30 Denmark - Romania 39-28
Russia - Norway 33-27
5. 2014 FYR Macedonia Romania - Germany 32-21 Denmark - Montenegro 20-19 Romania - Montenegro 28-25
Germany - Denmark 26-24
6. 2016 Slovakia Russia - Denmark 30-22 South Korea - Norway 32-30 Russia - South Korea 27-23
Denmark - Norway 27-18
7. 2018 Poland Russia - Hungary 29-27 South Korea - Sweden 34-27 Russia - Sweden 29-23
Hungary - South Korea 34-29

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