M18 EHF Championship

Short History

     The M18 EHF Championship is a men's under 18 international handball competition that is governed by EHF. It is a tournament for developing handball nations. The first three tournaments were held in 2016 at the same time in three different countries, Bulgaria, Georgia and Lithuania. In 2018 two tournaments were held at the same time in two different countries. In 2021 EHF decided to hold three tournaments again, but for under 19 national teams.

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
M18 EHF Championship
1. 2016 Bulgaria
Georgia
Lithuania
15 - 21 August 2016
15 - 21 August 2016
15 - 21 August 2016
11 nations
8 nations
8 nations
30 matches
20 matches
20 matches
1 venue
1 venue
1 venue
1 city
1 city
1 city
2. 2018 Austria
Georgia
10 - 19 August 2018
10 - 19 August 2018
12 nations
11 nations
42 matches
35 matches
1 venue
1 venue
1 city
1 city
M19 EHF Championship
3. 2021 North Macedonia
Latvia
Bulgaria
9 - 15 August 2021
16 - 22 August 2021
16 - 22 August 2021
7 nations
7 nations
7 nations
15 matches
15 matches
15 matches
1 venue
1 venue
1 venue
1 city
1 city
1 city

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
M18 EHF Championship
1. 2016 Bulgaria
Georgia
Lithuania
HUNGARY
ROMANIA
ISRAEL
Turkey
Belarus
Italy
Faroe Islands
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Austria
2. 2018 Austria
Georgia
AUSTRIA
ITALY
Czech Republic
Belarus
Netherlands
Switzerland
M19 EHF Championship
3. 2021 North Macedonia
Latvia
Bulgaria
POLAND
MONTENEGRO
FAROE ISLANDS
North Macedonia
Netherlands
Belarus
Switzerland
Romania
Czech Republic

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
M18 EHF Championship
1. 2016 Bulgaria Hungary - Turkey 36-28 Faroe Islands - FYR Macedonia 33-32 Round 2 group stage
1. go to final, 2. go to 3P match
1. 2016 Georgia Romania - Belarus 27-26 Bosnia & Herzegovina - Montenegro 48-33 Romania - Montenegro 34-21
Belarus - Bosnia & Herzegovina 35-34
1. 2016 Lithuania Israel - Italy 26-25 Austria - Netherlands 33-23 Israel - Netherlands 31-26
Italy - Austria 27-26
2. 2018 Austria Austria - Czech Republic 23-17 Netherlands - Turkey 41-30 Austria - Turkey 31-18
Czech Republic - Netherlands 28-18
2. 2018 Georgia Italy - Belarus 31-26 Switzerland - FYR Macedonia 35-31 Italy - Switzerland 29-23
Belarus - FYR Macedonia 32-30
M19 EHF Championship
3. 2021 North Macedonia Poland - North Macedonia 35-33 Switzerland - Bosnia & Herzegovina 31-30 Poland - Bosnia & Herzegovina 41-29
North Macedonia - Switzerland 34-33
3. 2021 Latvia Montenegro - Netherlands 30-28 Romania - Latvia 38-35 Montenegro - Latvia 30-25
Netherlands - Romania 28-24
3. 2021 Bulgaria Faroe Islands - Belarus 31-30 Czech Republic - Slovakia 27-26 Faroe Islands - Slovakia 29-22
Belarus - Czech Republic 33-31

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