European Amateur Boxing Championships

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The European Amateur Boxing Championships is the highest competition for boxing amateurs in Europe, organised by the continent's governing body EUBC, which stands for the European Boxing Confederation. The first edition of the tournament took place in 1924, although the first 'competitive' championships were hosted by the city of Stockholm (Sweden) in 1925.

Men's European Amateur Boxing Championships History[edit]

Year Edition Host Dates
1925 I. European Championships Sweden Stockholm, Sweden May 5–7
1927 II. European Championships Germany Berlin, Germany May 16–30
1930 III. European Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary June 3–8
1934 IV. European Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary April 11–15
1937 V. European Championships Italy Milan, Italy May 5–9
1939 VI. European Championships Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland April 18–22
1942 European Championships Germany Breslau, Germany January 20–25
1947 VII. European Championships Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland May 12–17
1949 VIII. European Championships Norway Oslo, Norway June 13–18
1951 IX. European Championships Italy Milan, Italy May 14–19
1953 X. European Championships Poland Warsaw, Poland May 18–24
1955 XI. European Championships West Germany West Berlin, West Germany May 27 - June 5
1957 XII. European Championships Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia May 25 - June 2
1959 XIII. European Championships Switzerland Lucerne, Switzerland May 24–31
1961 XIV. European Championships Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia June 3–10
1963 XV. European Championships Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union May 26 - June 2
1965 XVI. European Championships East Germany East Berlin, East Germany May 21–29
1967 XVII. European Championships Italy Rome, Italy May 25 - June 2
1969 XVIII. European Championships Romania Bucharest, Romania May 31 - June 8
1971 XIX. European Championships Spain Madrid, Spain June 11–19
1973 XX. European Championships Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia June 1–9
1975 XXI. European Championships Poland Katowice, Poland June 1–8
1977 XXII. European Championships East Germany Halle, East Germany May 28 - June 5
1979 XXIII. European Championships West Germany Cologne, West Germany May 5–12
1981 XXIV. European Championships Finland Tampere, Finland May 2–10
1983 XXV. European Championships Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria May 7–15
1985 XXVI. European Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary May 25 - June 2
1987 XXVII. European Championships Italy Turin, Italy May 30 - June 7
1989 XXVIII. European Championships Greece Athens, Greece May 29 - June 3
1991 XXIX. European Championships Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden May 7–12
1993 XXX. European Championships Turkey Bursa, Turkey September 6–12
1996 XXXI. European Championships Denmark Vejle, Denmark March 30 - April 7
1998 XXXII. European Championships Belarus Minsk, Belarus May 17–24
2000 XXXIII. European Championships Finland Tampere, Finland May 13–21
2002 XXXIV. European Championships Russia Perm, Russia July 12–21
2004 XXXV. European Championships Croatia Pula, Croatia February 19 - 29
2006 XXXVI. European Championships Bulgaria Plovdiv, Bulgaria July 13–23
2008 XXXVII. European Championships United Kingdom Liverpool, United Kingdom November 5–15
2010 XXXVIII. European Championships Russia Moscow, Russia June 4–13
2011 XXXIX. European Championships Turkey Ankara, Turkey June 17–24
2013 XXXX. European Championships Belarus Minsk, Belarus June 1–8
2015 XXXXI. European Championships Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria August 6–15

Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships History[edit]

Year Edition Host Dates
2001 I. European Championships France Saint-Amand-les-Eaux, France April 10–14
2003 II. European Championships Hungary Pécs, Hungary May 11–17
2004 III. European Championships Italy Riccione, Italy October 3–10
2005 IV. European Championships Norway Tønsberg, Norway May 8–15
2006 V. European Championships Poland Warsaw, Poland September 3–10
2007 VI. European Championships Denmark Vejle, Denmark October 15–20
2009 VII. European Championship Ukraine Mykolaiv, Ukraine September 14–21
2011 VIII. European Championship Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands October 17–22
2014 IX. European Championship Romania Bucharest, Romania May 31–June 7

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