W17 EHF Euro

Short History

     W17 EHF Euro, also commonly referred to as the European Women's U-17 Handball Championship, is a under 17 women's international handball competition that is governed by EHF. The first edition was held in 1992 in Hungary, as the European Women's Youth Handball Championship. In the first six editions twelve teams played, in order to expand to sixteen teams in 2005, when it was also renamed to its current name. It takes place biannually in odd years and also serves as a qualifying tournament for the IHF Women's Youth World Handball Championship.

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
European Women's Youth Championship
1. 1992 Hungary ? - ? 1992 ? nations ? matches ? venues ? cities
2. 1994 Lithuania 2 - ? September 1994 12 nations 38 matches ? venues ? cities
3. 1997 Austria 15 - 23 August 1997 12 nations 38 matches 2 venues 2 cities
4. 1999 Germany 20 - 29 August 1999 12 nations 38 matches 2 venues 2 cities
5. 2001 Turkey 24 Aug - 2 Sep 2001 12 nations 38 matches 2 venues 1 cities
6. 2003 Russia 22 - 31 August 2003 12 nations 38 matches 1 venues 1 cities
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7. 2005 Austria 19 - 28 August 2005 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 2 cities
8. 2007 Slovakia 29 Jun - 8 Jul 2007 16 nations 56 matches 1 venues 1 cities
9. 2009 Serbia 25 Jun - 5 Jul 2009 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 2 cities
10. 2011 Czech Republic 23 Jun - 3 Jul 2011 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 2 cities
11. 2013 Poland 15 - 25 August 2013 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 2 cities
12. 2015 FYR Macedonia 13 - 23 August 2015 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 2 cities
13. 2017 Slovakia 10 - 20 August 2017 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 2 cities
14. 2019 Slovenia 1 - 11 August 2019 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 1 cities
15. 2021 Montenegro 5 - 15 August 2021 16 nations 56 matches 2 venues 1 cities

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
European Women's Youth Championship
1. 1992 Hungary NORWAY Denmark Germany
2. 1994 Lithuania UKRAINE Czech Republic Denmark
3. 1997 Austria SPAIN Norway Russia
4. 1999 Germany ROMANIA Russia Germany
5. 2001 Turkey RUSSIA Germany Hungary
6. 2003 Russia RUSSIA Romania Hungary
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7. 2005 Austria DENMARK Romania France
8. 2007 Slovakia FRANCE Spain Netherlands
9. 2009 Serbia DENMARK Russia Norway
10. 2011 Czech Republic RUSSIA Denmark Norway
11. 2013 Poland SWEDEN Russia Denmark
12. 2015 FYR Macedonia DENMARK Russia Hungary
13. 2017 Slovakia GERMANY Norway Hungary
14. 2019 Slovenia HUNGARY Sweden France
15. 2021 Montenegro HUNGARY Germany Russia

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
European Women's Youth Championship
1. 1992 Hungary Norway - Denmark 17-14 Germany - Hungary 14-12 Norway - ?
Denmark - ?
2. 1994 Lithuania Ukraine - Czech Republic 24-16 Denmark - Romania 18-15 Ukraine - ?
Czech Republic - ?
3. 1997 Austria Spain - Norway 20-11 Russia - Romania 30-21 Spain - Romania 22-21
Norway - Russia 28-25
4. 1999 Germany Romania - Russia 31-26 Germany - Sweden 25-23 Romania - Germany 19-15
Russia - Sweden 28-25
5. 2001 Turkey Russia - Germany 26-14 Hungary - Croatia 21-20 Russia - Croatia 25-17
Germany - Hungary 19-18
6. 2003 Russia Russia - Romania 28-23 Hungary - Denmark 26-20 Russia - Denmark 32-23
Romania - Hungary 33-32
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7. 2005 Austria Denmark - Romania 29-26 France - Slovenia 30-21 Denmark - Slovenia 29-26
Romania - France 27-20
8. 2007 Slovakia France - Spain 30-20 Netherlands - Russia 32-27 France - Netherlands 26-24
Spain - Russia 28-25
9. 2009 Serbia Denmark - Russia 24-23 Norway - France 40-28 Denmark - Norway 30-25
Russia - France 39-28
10. 2011 Czech Republic Russia - Denmark 24-23 Norway - Hungary 28-16 Russia - Hungary 24-22
Denmark - Norway 29-22
11. 2013 Poland Sweden - Russia 26-24 Denmark - Portugal 42-28 Sweden - Denmark 30-28
Russia - Portugal 35-23
12. 2015 FYR Macedonia Denmark - Russia 25-24 Hungary - Romania 34-31 Denmark - Romania 31-23
Russia - Hungary 33-24
13. 2017 Slovakia Germany - Norway 23-18 Hungary - France 32-18 Germany - France 27-21
Norway - Hungary 26-21
14. 2019 Slovenia Hungary - Sweden 28-24 France - Denmark 28-21 Hungary - Denmark 25-21
Sweden - France 20-19
15. 2021 Montenegro Hungary - Germany 25-19 Russia - Denmark 37-30 Hungary - Denmark 33-25
Germany - Russia 34-32 (ET)

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