European Table Tennis Championships

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European Table Tennis Championships
Most recent season or competition:
2019 European Table Tennis Championships
SportTable tennis
Inaugural season1958
ConfederationEurope (ETTU)
Sponsor(s)Liebherr
Official websiteettu.org

The European Table Tennis Championships is an international table tennis competition for the national teams of the member associations of the European Table Tennis Union (ETTU). First held in 1958, the ETTU organised the European Championships every two years in even-numbered years until 2002, when they changed to odd-numbered years. Since 2007, the competition has been contested annually.[1]

Editions[edit]

European Table Tennis Championships[edit]

The Championships include seven events: men's singles, doubles and team; women's singles, doubles and team, and mixed doubles. From 2009 until 2013, the mixed doubles tournament was organised separately from the other events.

In 2015, the ETTU announced that from 2016 the Championships would feature only individual events (men's singles and doubles, women's singles and doubles, and mixed doubles) in even-numbered years, with only team events taking place in odd-numbered years.[2]

Edition Year Host City Country Events
1 1958 Budapest  Hungary 7
2 1960 Zagreb  Yugoslavia 7
3 1962 Berlin  West Germany 7
4 1964 Malmö  Sweden 7
5 1966 London  England 7
6 1968 Lyon  France 7
7 1970 Moscow  Soviet Union 7
8 1972 Rotterdam  Netherlands 7
9 1974 Novi Sad  Yugoslavia 7
10 1976 Prague  Czechoslovakia 7
11 1978 Duisburg  West Germany 7
12 1980 Bern   Switzerland 7
13 1982 Budapest  Hungary 7
14 1984 Moscow  Soviet Union 7
15 1986 Prague  Czechoslovakia 7
16 1988 Paris  France 7
17 1990 Gothenburg  Sweden 7
18 1992 Stuttgart  Germany 7
19 1994 Birmingham  England 7
20 1996 Bratislava  Slovakia 7
21 1998 Eindhoven  Netherlands 7
22 2000 Bremen  Germany 7
23 2002 Zagreb  Croatia 7
24 2003 Courmayeur  Italy 7
25 2005 Aarhus  Denmark 7
Edition Year Host City Country Events
26 2007 Belgrade  Serbia 7
27 2008 Saint Petersburg  Russia 6
28 2009 Stuttgart/Subotica  Germany/ Serbia 7
29 2010 Ostrava/Subotica  Czech Republic/ Serbia 7
30 2011 Gdańsk/Sopot/Istanbul  Poland/ Turkey 7
31 2012 Herning/Buzău  Denmark/ Romania 5
32 2013 Schwechat/Buzău  Austria/ Romania 7
33 2014 Lisbon  Portugal 2
34 2015 Yekaterinburg  Russia 6
35 2016 Budapest  Hungary 5
36 2017 Luxembourg  Luxembourg 2
37 2018 Alicante  Spain 5
38 2019 Nantes  France 2
39 2020 Warsaw  Poland 5
40 2021 Cluj Napoca  Romania 2

European Under-21 Table Tennis Championships[edit]

Edition Year Host City Country Events
1 2017 Sochi  Russia 4
2 2018 Minsk  Belarus 4
3 2019 Gondomar  Portugal 4
4 2020 Varaždin  Croatia 4

European Youth Table Tennis Championships[edit]

The European Youth Table Tennis Championships were first held in 1955 in Stuttgart. The tournament has been held yearly (except 1960, 1963, 1964). Juniors (under 18) and Cadets (under 15).

Edition Year Host City Country Events (J+C)
1 1955 Stuttgart  West Germany 5+0
2 1956 Opatija  Yugoslavia 6+0
3 1957 Donaueschingen  West Germany 7+0
4 1958 Falkenberg  Sweden 7+0
5 1959 Constanta  Romania 7+0
6 1961 Bad Blankenburg  East Germany 7+0
7 1962 Bled  Yugoslavia 7+0
8 1965 Prague  Czechoslovakia 7+0
9 1966 Szombathely  Hungary 7+2
10 1967 Vejle  Denmark 7+0
11 1968 Leningrad  Soviet Union 7+2
12 1969 Obertraun  Austria 7+4
13 1970 Teesside  ENG 7+2
14 1971 Ostende  Belgium 6+4
15 1972 Vejle  Denmark 7+0
16 1973 Athens  Greece 7+0
17 1974 Göppingen  West Germany 7+4
18 1975 Zagreb  Yugoslavia 7+4
19 1976 Mödling  Austria 7+4
20 1977 Vichy  France 7+4
21 1978 Barcelona  Spain 7+4
22 1979 Rome  Italy 7+4
23 1980 Poland  Poland 7+4
24 1981 Topolcany  Czechoslovakia 7+4
25 1982 Hollabrunn  Austria 7+4
26 1983 Malmö  Sweden 7+6
27 1984 Linz  Austria 7+6
28 1985 The Hague  Netherlands 7+6
29 1986 Louvain-la-Neuve  Belgium 7+6
30 1987 Athens  Greece 7+7
31 1988 Novi Sad  Yugoslavia 7+7
32 1989 Luxembourg  Luxembourg 7+7
33 1990 Hollabrunn  Austria 7+7
34 1991 Granada  Spain 7+7
35 1992 Topolcany  Czechoslovakia 7+7
36 1993 Ljubljana  Slovenia 7+7
37 1994 Paris  France 7+7
38 1995 The Hague  Netherlands 7+7
39 1996 Frýdek-Místek  Czech Republic 7+7
40 1997 Topolcany  Slovakia 7+7
Edition Year Host City Country Events (J+C)
41 1998 Norcia  Italy 7+7
42 1999 Frýdek-Místek  Czech Republic 7+7
43 2000 Bratislava  Slovakia 7+7
44 2001 Terni  Italy 7+7
45 2002 Moscow  Russia 7+7
46 2003 Novi Sad  Serbia 7+7
47 2004 Budapest  Hungary 7+7
48 2005 Prague  Czech Republic 7+7
49 2006 Sarajevo  BIH 7+7
50 2007 Bratislava  Slovakia 7+7
51 2008 Terni  Italy 7+7
52 2009 Prague  Czech Republic 7+7
53 2010 Istanbul  Turkey 7+7
54 2011 Kazan  Russia 7+7
55 2012 Schwechat  Austria 7+7
56 2013 Ostrava  Czech Republic 7+7
57 2014 Riva del Garda  Italy 7+7
58 2015 Bratislava  Slovakia 7+7
59 2016 Zagreb  Croatia 7+7
60 2017 Guimarães  Portugal 7+7
61 2018 Cluj Napoca  Romania 7+7
62 2019 Ostrava  Czech Republic 7+7
63 2020 Zagreb  Croatia 7+7

European Veterans Table Tennis Championships[edit]

  • Because of lack of participants in some of events from 1995 to 2005, some of events were not held.
  • Events (4) : MS/WS/MD/WD
  • Age groups (8) (40 to 90 years old) : 40+/50+/60+/65+/70+/75+/80+/85+
Edition Year Host City Country Events
1 1995 Vienna  Austria 20
2 1997 Prague  Czech Republic 26
3 1999 Göteborg  Sweden 27
4 2001 Aarhus  Denmark 28
5 2003 Courmayeur  Italy 29
6 2005 Bratislava  Slovakia 31
7 2007 Rotterdam  Netherlands 32
8 2009 Porec  Croatia 32
9 2011 Liberec  Czech Republic 32
10 2013 Bremen  Germany 32
11 2015 Tampere  Finland 32
12 2017 Helsingborg  Sweden 32
13 2019 Budapest  Hungary 32
14 2021 Cardiff  Wales 32

All time medal table[edit]

European Table Tennis Championships[edit]

European Under-21 Table Tennis Championships[edit]

European Youth Table Tennis Championships[edit]

European Veterans Table Tennis Championships[edit]

Winners[edit]

European Championships (1958–present)[edit]

[1]

Year City Team Singles Doubles
Men Women Men Women Men Women Mixed
1958
(details)
Hungary Budapest  Hungary  England Hungary Zoltán Berczik Hungary Éva Kóczián Czechoslovakia Ladislav Štípek
Czechoslovakia Ludvik Vyhnanovsky
Romania Angelica Rozeanu
Romania Ella Zeller
Hungary Zoltán Berczik
Hungary Gizi Farkas-Lantos
1960
(details)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb  Hungary  Hungary Hungary Zoltán Berczik (2) Hungary Éva Kóczián Hungary Zoltán Berczik
Hungary Ferenc Sido
Romania Angelica Rozeanu
Romania Maria Alexandru
Romania Gheorghe Cobirzan
Romania Maria Alexandru
1962
(details)
West Germany Berlin  Yugoslavia  West Germany Sweden Hans Alsér West Germany Agnes Simon Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vojislav Marković
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Janez Teran
England Mary Shannon
England Diane Rowe
Sweden Hans Alsér
West Germany Inge Harst
1964
(details)
Sweden Malmö  Sweden  England(2) Sweden Kjell Johansson Hungary Eva Koczian Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Stanek
Czechoslovakia Vladimir Miko
England Mary Shannon
England Diane Rowe
Hungary Péter Rózsás
Hungary Sarolta Lukacs
1966
(details)
England London  Sweden  Hungary Sweden Kjell Johansson (2) Romania Maria Alexandru Sweden Hans Alsér
Sweden Kjell Johansson
Hungary Éva Kóczián
Hungary Erzsebet Jurik-Heirits
Czechoslovakia Vladimir Miko
Czechoslovakia Marta Luzová
1968
(details)
France Lyon  Sweden  West Germany Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Šurbek Czechoslovakia Ilona Uhlikova-Vostova Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Antun Stipančić
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Edvard Vecko
Czechoslovakia Marta Luzová
Czechoslovakia Jitka Karliková
Soviet Union Stanislav Gomozkov
Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova
1970
(details)
Soviet Union Moscow  Sweden  Soviet Union Sweden Hans Alsér (2) Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Šurbek
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Antun Stipančić
Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova
Soviet Union Svetlana Grinberg
Soviet Union Stanislav Gomozkov
Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova
1972
(details)
Netherlands Rotterdam  Sweden  Hungary Sweden Stellan Bengtsson Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova Hungary István Jónyer
Hungary Péter Rózsás
Hungary Judit Magos-Havas
Hungary Henriette Lotaller
Soviet Union Stanislav Gomozkov
Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova
1974
(details)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Novi Sad  Sweden  Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Milan Orlowski Hungary Judit Magos-Havas Hungary István Jónyer
Hungary Tibor Klampár
Hungary Judit Magos-Havas
Hungary Henriette Lotaller
Soviet Union Stanislav Gomozkov
Soviet Union Zoja Rudnova
1976
(details)
Czechoslovakia Prague  Yugoslavia (2)  Soviet Union France Jacques Secrétin England Jill Parker-
Hammersley-Shirley
Sweden Stellan Bengtsson
Sweden Kjell Johansson
(2)
England Jill Parker-
Hammersley-Shirley

England Linda Jarvis-Howard
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Antun Stipančić
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Erzebet Palatinus
1978
(details)
West Germany Duisburg  Hungary  Hungary Hungary Gábor Gergely
(3)
Hungary Judit Magos-Havas (3)
Czechoslovakia Milan Orlowski
Hungary Gábor Gergely
(4)
Romania Maria Alexandru
Romania Liana Mihut
West Germany Wilfried Lieck
West Germany Wiebke Hendriksen
1980
(details)
Switzerland Bern  Sweden  Soviet Union England John Hilton Soviet Union Valentina Popova France Jacques Secrétin
France Patrick Birocheau
Soviet Union Valentina Popova
Soviet Union Narine Antonian
Czechoslovakia Milan Orlowski
Czechoslovakia Ilona Uhlíková
(2)
1982
(details)
Hungary Budapest  Hungary (4)  Hungary Sweden Mikael Appelgren Netherlands Bettine Vriesekoop Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Kalinić
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Šurbek
Soviet Union Fliura Abbate-Bulatova
Soviet Union Inna Kovalenko
Poland Andrzej Grubba
Netherlands Bettine Vriesekoop
1984
(details)
Soviet Union Moscow  France  Soviet Union Sweden Ulf Bengtsson Soviet Union Valentina Popova Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Kalinić
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Šurbek
Soviet Union Narine Antonian
Soviet Union Valentina Popova
France Jacques Secrétin
Soviet Union Valentina Popova
1986
(details)
Czechoslovakia Prague  Sweden  Hungary Sweden Jörgen Persson Hungary Csilla Bátorfi
(6)
Sweden Erik Lindh
Sweden Jan-Ove Waldner
Soviet Union Fliura Abbate-Bulatova
Soviet Union Elena Kovtun
Czechoslovakia Jindřich Pansky
Czechoslovakia Marie Hrachová
1988
(details)
France Paris  Sweden  Soviet Union Sweden Mikael Appelgren (2) Soviet Union Fliura Abbate-Bulatova
(5)
Sweden Mikael Appelgren
Sweden Jan-Ove Waldner
Hungary Csilla Bátorfi
Hungary Edit Urban
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Lupulesku
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jasna Fazlić
(2)
1990
(details)
Sweden Gothenburg  Sweden  Hungary Sweden Mikael Appelgren (2) Bulgaria Daniela Guergueltcheva Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Lupulesku
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Primorac
Hungary Csilla Bátorfi
Hungary Gabriella Wirth
France Jean-Philippe Gatien
France Xiaoming Wang-Dréchou
(2)
1992
(details)
Germany Stuttgart  Sweden  Romania Germany Jörg Roßkopf Netherlands Bettine Vriesekoop Sweden Jörgen Persson
Sweden Erik Lindh
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jasna Fazlic
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Gordana Perkucin
Greece Kalinikos Kreanga
Romania Otilia Badescu
1994
(details)
England Birmingham  France  Russia(7) Belgium Jean-Michel Saive Sweden Marie Svensson Greece Kalinikos Kreanga
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Kalinić
(7)
Hungary Csilla Bátorfi
Hungary Krisztina Tóth
Croatia Zoran Primorac
Hungary Csilla Bátorfi
1996
(details)
Slovakia Bratislava  Sweden  Germany Sweden Jan-Ove Waldner Germany Nicole Struse Sweden Jan-Ove Waldner
Sweden Jörgen Persson
(6)
Germany Nicole Struse
Germany Elke Schall
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Hungary Krisztina Tóth
1998
(details)
Netherlands Eindhoven  France(3)  Germany Belarus Vladimir Samsonov Luxembourg Ni Xialian Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Germany Jörg Roßkopf
Germany Nicole Struse
Germany Elke Schall
Serbia and Montenegro Ilija Lupulesku
Romania Otilia Badescu
2000
(details)
Germany Bremen  Sweden  Hungary Sweden Peter Karlsson Germany Qianhong Gotsch-He France Patrick Chila
France Jean-Philippe Gatien
(2)
Hungary Csilla Bátorfi
Hungary Krisztina Tóth
Serbia and Montenegro Aleksandar Karakašević
Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė
2002
(details)
Croatia Zagreb  Sweden(14)  Romania Germany Timo Boll Luxembourg Ni Xialian
(2)
Germany Zoltan Fejer-Konnerth
Germany Timo Boll
Croatia Tamara Boroš
Romania Mihaela Steff
(2)
Poland Lucjan Blaszczyk
Luxembourg Ni Xialian
2003
(details)
Italy Courmayeur  Belarus  Italy Belarus Vladimir Samsonov (2) Romania Otilia Badescu
(2)
Austria Chen Weixing
Belarus Evgueni Chtchetinine
(2)
Croatia Tamara Boroš
Romania Mihaela Steff
Austria Werner Schlager
Hungary Krisztina Tóth
2005
(details)
Denmark Aarhus  Denmark  Romania(3) Belarus Vladimir Samsonov (3) Austria Liu Jia Austria Werner Schlager
Austria Karl Jindrak
(3)
Croatia Tamara Boroš
Romania Mihaela Steff(3)
(3)
Serbia and Montenegro Aleksandar Karakašević
Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė
2007
(details)
Serbia Belgrade  Germany  Hungary(9) Germany Timo Boll (2) Netherlands Li Jiao Germany Timo Boll
Germany Christian Süß
Belarus Viktoria Pavlovich
Russia Svetlana Ganina
Serbia Aleksandar Karakašević
Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė
2008
(details)
Russia Saint Petersburg  Germany  Netherlands Germany Timo Boll (3) Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė Germany Timo Boll
Germany Christian Süß
Hungary Krisztina Tóth(3)
Hungary Georgina Póta
(6)
Not held
2009
(details)
Germany Stuttgart  Germany  Netherlands Denmark Michael Maze Germany Wu Jiaduo
(3)
Germany Timo Boll
Germany Christian Süß
Romania Elizabeta Samara
Romania Daniela Dodean
Held in separate championships
2010
(details)
Czech Republic Ostrava  Germany  Netherlands Germany Timo Boll (4) Belarus Viktoria Pavlovich Germany Timo Boll(5)
Germany Christian Süß(4)
(6)
Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė
Russia Oksana Fadeyeva
Held in separate championships
2011
(details)
Poland GdańskSopot  Germany  Netherlands Germany Timo Boll (5) Netherlands Li Jiao
(4)
Portugal Marcos Freitas
Croatia Andrej Gacina
(2)
Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė
Russia Oksana Fadeyeva
(6)
Held in separate championships
2012
(details)
Denmark Herning Not held Germany Timo Boll (6) Belarus Viktoria Pavlovich
(2)
Austria Robert Gardos
Austria Daniel Habesohn
(3)
Romania Daniela Dodean(2)
Romania Elizabeta Samara(2)
(5)
Held in separate championships
2013
(details)
Austria Schwechat  Germany  Germany Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov Sweden Li Fen
(2)
Poland Wang Zengyi
Croatia Tan Ruiwu
(2)
Germany Petrissa Solja
Germany Sabine Winter
(3)
Held in separate championships
2014
(details)
Portugal Lisbon  Portugal  Germany Not held
2015
(details)
Russia Yekaterinburg  Austria  Germany Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov (2) Romania Elizabeta Samara Austria Stefan Fegerl
Portugal João Monteiro
Turkey Melek Hu
Spain Shen Yanfei
Not held
2016
(details)
Hungary Budapest Not held France Emmanuel Lebesson Turkey Melek Hu Denmark Jonathan Groth
Germany Patrick Franziska
Germany Kristin Silbereisen
Germany Sabine Winter
Portugal João Monteiro
Romania Daniela Monteiro Dodean
2017[3]
(details)
Luxembourg Luxembourg  Germany  Romania Not held
2018

(details)

Spain Alicante Not held Germany Timo Boll (7) Poland Li Qian Austria Robert Gardos
Austria Daniel Habesohn

(4)

Germany Nina Mittelham
Germany Kristin Lang
Germany Han Ying
Germany Ruwen Filus
2019

(details)

France Nantes  Germany  Romania Not held

European Mixed Doubles Championships (2009–2013)[edit]

Year City Doubles
2009
(details)
Serbia Subotica Serbia Aleksandar Karakašević
Lithuania Rūta Paškauskienė
2010
(details)
Serbia Subotica Turkey Bora Vang
Turkey Şirin He
2011
(details)
Turkey Istanbul Romania Mihai Andrei Filimon
Romania Elizabeta Samara
2012
(details)
Romania Buzău Romania Mihai Andrei Filimon
Romania Elizabeta Samara
2013
(details)
Romania Buzău Czech Republic Antonin Gavlas
Czech Republic Renata Štrbiková

Performance by nations in team competition (1958-2019)[edit]

silver and bronze medals not complete

Men[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Sweden (SWE)141217
2 Germany (GER)87015
3 Hungary (HUN)4004
4 France (FRA)3137
5 Yugoslavia (YUG)2338
6 Belarus (BLR)1225
7 Portugal (POR)1214
8 Denmark (DEN)1102
9 Austria (AUT)1034
10 Poland (POL)0235
11 Croatia (CRO)0112
12 Greece (GRE)0101
13 Belgium (BEL)0011
 Czech Republic (CZE)0011
 Romania (ROU)0011
 Russia (RUS)0011
 Slovenia (SLO)0011
Totals (17 nations)35212379

Women[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Hungary (HUN)91212
2 Germany (GER)76215
3 Russia (RUS)70310
4 Romania (ROU)54211
5 Netherlands (NED)4015
6 England (ENG)2002
7 Italy (ITA)1001
8 Croatia (CRO)0235
9 Poland (POL)0134
10 Yugoslavia (YUG)0112
11 Austria (AUT)0101
 Portugal (POR)0101
13 Czech Republic (CZE)0033
14 Belarus (BLR)0022
15 Sweden (SWE)0011
 Ukraine (UKR)0011
Totals (16 nations)35172476

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "European Championships archive". ETTU. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
  2. ^ "ETTU Congress approves new regulations for European Championships 2016 and 2017". ETTU. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
  3. ^ "Luxembourg hosts 2017 European Championships Team Events". ETTU. Retrieved 14 March 2017.

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