EBSA European Snooker Championships

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The EBSA European Snooker Championships is the premier non-professional snooker tournament in Europe. The event series is sanctioned by the European Billiards & Snooker Association. It took place first in 1988 and is held annually since 1993.[1][2][3] Mostly, the winner of the tournament qualifies for the next season of the Professional Snooker Tour.

Winners[edit]

[1][2][3]

Year Venue Winner Runner-up Score
1988[4] Netherlands Scheveningen, Netherlands England Stefan Mazrocis Malta Paul Mifsud 11–7
1993 Finland Helsinki, Finland England Neil Mosley Finland Robin Hull 8–6
1994 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Belgium Danny Lathouwers Belgium Stefan van der Borght 8–2
1995 Northern Ireland Belfast, Northern Ireland England David Lilley England David Gray 8–7
1996[5] Belgium Antwerp, Belgium Scotland Graham Horne Iceland Kristjan Helgason 8–5
1997[6] France Biarritz, France Finland Robin Hull Iceland Kristjan Helgason 7–3
1998[7] Finland Helsinki, Finland Iceland Kristjan Helgason Malta Alex Borg 7–2
1999[8] Netherlands Enschede, Netherlands Belgium Bjorn Haneveer Wales David Bell 7–0
2000[9] Scotland Stirling, Scotland England Craig Butler Belgium Bjorn Haneveer 7–3
2001 Latvia Riga, Latvia Belgium Bjorn Haneveer England Kurt Maflin 7–6
2002 Poland Kalisz, Poland Wales David John Scotland David McLellan 7–2
2003[10] Germany Bad Wildungen, Germany Wales David John Wales Andrew Pagett 7–3
2004[11] Austria Völkermarkt, Austria Northern Ireland Mark Allen Malta Alex Borg 7–6
2005[12] Poland Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland Malta Alex Borg Iceland Kristjan Helgason 7–2
2006[13] Romania Constanța, Romania Malta Alex Borg England Jeff Cundy 7–5
2007[14] Republic of Ireland Carlow, Ireland Belgium Kevin van Hove Republic of Ireland Rodney Goggins 7–2
2008[15] Poland Lublin, Poland England David Grace England Craig Steadman 7–6
2009[16] Belgium Duffel, Belgium Republic of Ireland David Hogan Republic of Ireland Mario Fernandez 7–4
2010[17] Romania Bukarest, Romania Belgium Luca Brecel Netherlands Roy Stolk 7–4
2011[18] Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria Wales Daniel Wells Republic of Ireland Vincent Muldoon 7–4
2012[19] Latvia Daugavpils, Latvia Scotland Scott Donaldson Republic of Ireland Brendan O'Donoghue 7–3
2013[20] Poland Zielona Góra, Poland Finland Robin Hull Wales Gareth Allen 7–2
2014[21] Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria England Mitchell Mann England John Whitty 7–2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  21. ^ "European Snooker Championships Men – Sofia/Bulgaria 2014 – knockout results". European Billiards & Snooker Association. Retrieved 11 June 2014.