WDF Europe Youth Cup

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WDF Europe Youth Cup
Tournament information
Location Vienna
Country Austria
Established 1990
Organisation(s) WDF
Current champion(s)
 Netherlands (boy's overall)
 Netherlands (boys' team)
Netherlands Colin Roelofs (boys' singles)
Denmark N. Rasmussen & A. Bergø (boys' pairs)
 Ireland (girls' overall)
Republic of Ireland Robyn Byrne (girls' singles)
Republic of Ireland R. Byrne & L. Fox (girls' pairs)

The WDF Europe Youth Cup is a youth darts tournament held annually since 1990. The tournament consists of a team championship, a pairs championship and a singles championship. All events have a boys' competition, and a girls' competition. The most recent Europe Youth Cup was held in 2014, in Vienna, Austria.

Previous winners[edit]

Year Venue Boys' singles champion Girls' singles champion
1990 Denmark Billund Netherlands Peter van Tilborg Denmark Ann-Louise Andersen
1991 Denmark Billund Netherlands Vincent van der Voort Denmark Ann-Louise Andersen
1992 Denmark Billund Sweden Örjan Thomsson Denmark Ann-Louise Andersen
1993 Denmark Billund Finland Sami Salama Finland Jane Wiren
1994 Denmark Billund Germany Christian Lechten Netherlands Mieke de Boer
1995 Netherlands Papendal England Steve Douglas England Caroline Lee
1996 Germany Bremen England Nick Buckingham England Caroline Lee
1997 Finland Tampere England Leon Womack England Caroline Lee
1998 Bulgaria Sofia Russia Igor Manturov Netherlands Donna Brongers
1999 Denmark Vejle Netherlands Jeroen van Leeuwen Netherlands Diane Secreve
2000 Gibraltar Gibraltar Netherlands Jeroen van Leeuwen Wales Rhiannon Thomas
2001 Germany Bremen Netherlands Joey ten Berge Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova
2002 Belgium Mechelen England Stephen Bunting Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova
2003 England Folkestone Netherlands Dennis Labee Germany Nicole Osthues
2004 Germany Bremen Netherlands Johnny Nijs England Kate Dando
2005 Netherlands Noordwijkerhout Netherlands Johnny Nijs Netherlands Carla Molema
2006 Germany Kalkar Netherlands Michael van Gerwen Wales Kimberley Lewis
2007 England Folkestone Netherlands Maarten Pape Germany Jenny Lieverkus
2008 Wales Swansea England Shaun Griffiths Sweden Gabriella Asthammer
2009 Netherlands Veldhoven Sweden Oskar Lukusiak England Zoe Jones
2010 Germany Kirchheim Wales Nick Kenny Russia Anna Yakovleva
2011 Scotland Aberdeen Netherlands Jimmy Hendriks Wales Alannah Waters
2012 Belgium Antwerp Germany Max Hopp England Casey Gallagher
2013 Hungary Keszthely Netherlands Quin Wester England Casey Gallagher
2014 Austria Vienna Netherlands Colin Roelofs Republic of Ireland Robyn Byrne

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