European Union Amateur Boxing Championships

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Not to be confused with European Amateur Boxing Championships.

The European Union Amateur Boxing Championships is an annual competition for amateur boxers from the European Union and its candidate countries (thus Turkey is a leading participant). The championships are organised by the continent's governing body, the European Boxing Confederation (EUBC). The first edition of the men's tournament took place in 2003 and the women's in 2006. The men's tournament was discontinued after 2009.

Men's European Amateur Boxing Championships history[edit]

YEAR EDITION HOST DATES
2003 I. European Union Championships France Strasbourg, France June 10 - 14
2004 II. European Union Championships Spain Madrid, Spain June 20 - 24
2005 III. European Union Championships Italy Cagliari, Italy June 4 - 11
2006 IV. European Union Championships Hungary Pécs, Hungary May 23 - 27
2007 V. European Union Championships Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland June 18 - 23
2008 VI. European Union Championships Poland Cetniewo, Poland June 15 - 22
2009 VII. European Union Championships Denmark Odense, Denmark June 14 - 21
2014 VIII. European Union Championships Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria August 8 - 16


Women's European Union Amateur Boxing Championships history[edit]

YEAR EDITION HOST DATES
2006 I. European Union Championships Italy Porto Torres, Italy June 6 - 12
2007 II. European Union Championships France Lille, France December 4 - 8
2008 III. European Union Championships England Liverpool, England August 4 - 8
2009 IV. European Union Championships Bulgaria Pazardzhik, Bulgaria June 24 - 28
2010 V. European Union Championships Hungary Keszthely, Hungary August 4 - 7
2011 VI. European Union Championships Poland Katowice, Poland May 31 - June 4
2013 VII. European Union Championships Hungary Keszthely, Hungary July 1 - July 6

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