European Women's U-19 Handball Championship

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The European Women's U-19 European Handball Championship is the official competition for junior women's national handball teams of Europe. Organized by the European Handball Federation, it takes place every two years. The competition received its current name in 2004, until then it was known as the European Women's Junior Handball Championship.

In addition to crowning the European champions, the tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the Women's Junior World Handball Championship.

Medal summary[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1996
Details
Poland
Poland

Denmark
24 – 23
Ukraine

Russia
22 – 19
Norway
1998
Details
Slovakia
Slovakia

Romania
33 – 24
Lithuania

Russia
28 – 27
Turkey
2000
Details
France
France

Romania
30 – 28
Russia

Croatia
25 – 23
Sweden
2002
Details
Finland
Finland

Russia
25 – 24
Hungary

Spain
27 – 19
Netherlands
2004
Details
Czech Republic
Czech Republic

Russia
25 – 24
Norway

Serbia & Montenegro
39 – 28
France
2007
Details
Turkey
Turkey

Denmark
29 – 19
Spain

Romania
36 – 31
Sweden
2009
Details
Hungary
Hungary

Norway
29 – 27
Hungary

Russia
29 – 24
Germany
2011
Details
Netherlands
Netherlands

Denmark
29 – 27
Netherlands

Austria
34 – 28
Serbia
2013
Details
Denmark
Denmark

Russia
36 – 28
Hungary

Denmark
33 – 22
Norway
2015
Details
Spain
Spain

Denmark
29 – 26
Russia

Sweden
25 – 24
Hungary
2017
Details
Slovenia
Slovenia

France
31 – 26
Russia
*

Denmark
28 – 26
Hungary
Notes
  • On 3 April 2018, Russian team was disqualified and stripped their silver medals of the 2017 edition due to the doping case.[1][2]

Medal count[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Denmark4026
2 Russia3238
3 Romania2013
4 Norway1102
5 France1001
6 Hungary0303
7 Spain0112
8 Lithuania0101
 Netherlands0101
 Ukraine0101
11 Austria0011
 Croatia0011
 Serbia and Montenegro0011
 Sweden0011
Totals (14 nations)11101132

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "European Handball Federation - EHF Court of Handball releases decision following doping violations / Article". eurohandball.com.
  2. ^ "European Handball Federation - Russia lose Women's 19 EHF EURO 2017 silver medal following players' doping violations / Article". eurohandball.com.

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