European Youth Chess Championship

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Since 1991, the European Chess Union (ECU) organises the European Youth Chess Championship in the groups under 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 year. In 2010, a tournament for the under 8 was introduced. Until 2002, there was also a tournament for the under 20, see European Junior Chess Championship.

Boys winners[edit]

Year Location U8 U10 U12 U14 U16 U18
1991 Romania Mamaia France Adrien Leroy Hungary Peter Leko Czech Republic Thomas Oral Romania Andrei Istrăţescu
1992 Slovakia Rimavská Sobota Poland Krzysztof Gratka Hungary Peter Acs Hungary Peter Leko Russia Vadim Zvjaginsev
1993 Hungary Szombathely France Étienne Bacrot Georgia (country) Valeriane Gaprindashvili Albania Erald Dervishi Poland Robert Kempiński
1994 Romania Băile Herculane Russia Qadir Huseynov Georgia (country) Valeriane Gaprindashvili England Karl Mah Belarus Alexei Chernuschevich Poland Robert Kempiński
1995 France Verdun Latvia Arkadij Naiditsch France Étienne Bacrot Ukraine Sergey Fedorchuk Czech Republic Pavel Simacek Poland Robert Kempiński
1996 Slovakia Rimavská Sobota Azerbaijan Teimour Radjabov Ukraine Yuri Drozdovskij Ukraine Evgeni Kobylkin Germany Fabian Doettling Ukraine Ruslan Ponomariov
1997 Estonia Tallinn Azerbaijan Teimour Radjabov Russia Ilya Zarezenko Ukraine Yuri Drozdovskij Israel Alexander Kundin Georgia (country) Mikheil Mchedishvili
1998 Austria Mureck Ukraine Dmytro Tishyn Azerbaijan Teimour Radjabov Russia Alexander Riazantsev Armenia Gabriel Sargissian Netherlands Dennis de Vreugt
1999 Greece Litochoro Ukraine Sergey Karjakin Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borki Predojević Azerbaijan Nidjat Mamedov Russia Sergey Grigoriants Azerbaijan Teimour Radjabov
2000 Greece Kallithea Russia Ian Nepomniachtchi Russia Evgeny Romanov Netherlands Mark Erwich Slovakia Jan Markos Russia Artyom Timofeev
2001 Greece Kallithea Ukraine Vladimir Onischuk Russia Ian Nepomniachtchi Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borki Predojević Russia Ernesto Inarkiev Georgia (country) Zviad Izoria
2002 Spain Peñíscola Azerbaijan Eltaj Safarli Russia Ian Nepomniachtchi Russia Evgeny Romanov Russia Aleksandr Kharitonov Azerbaijan Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
2003 Serbia and Montenegro Budva Armenia Samvel Ter-Sahakyan Azerbaijan Eltaj Safarli Belarus Sergei Zhigalko Hungary Csaba Balogh Poland Mateusz Bartel
2004 Turkey Ürgüp Armenia Robert Aghasaryan Russia Sanan Sjugirov Georgia (country) Giorgi Margvelashvili Azerbaijan Rauf Mamedov Poland Radosław Wojtaszek
2005 Serbia and Montenegro Herceg Novi Russia Konstantin Nikologorskiy Russia Sanan Sjugirov Georgia (country) Davit Benidze Armenia Zaven Andriasian Poland Paweł Czarnota
2006 Montenegro Herceg Novi Russia Arseny Shurunov Russia Ivan Bukavshin Hungary Peter Prohaszka France Romain Edouard Belarus Sergei Zhigalko
2007 Croatia Šibenik Russia Kirill Alekseenko Ukraine Illya Nyzhnyk Russia Sanan Sjugirov Azerbaijan Vugar Rasulov Croatia Ivan Šarić
2008 Montenegro Herceg Novi Turkey Cemil Can Ali Marandi Bulgaria Kiprian Berbatov Russia Ivan Bukavshin Ukraine Illya Nyzhnyk Spain Xavier Vila Gazquez
2009 Italy Fermo Hungary Benjamin Gledura Russia Evgeny Zanan Poland Kamil Dragun Israel Gil Popilski Armenia Samvel Ter-Sahakyan
2010 Georgia (country) Batumi Azerbaijan Abdulla Azar Gadimbayli Slovakia Viktor Gazik Turkey Cemil Can Ali Marandi Ukraine Alexandr Bortnik Russia Ivan Bukavshin Azerbaijan Vasif Durarbayli
2011 Bulgaria Albena Hungary Alex Krstulovic Greece Evgenios Ioannidis Armenia Haik M Martirosyan Turkey Cemil Can Ali Marandi Ukraine Alexandr Bortnik Sweden Nils Grandelius
2012 Czech Republic Prague Bulgaria Tsvetan Stoyanov Russia Andrey Esipenko Armenia Haik M Martirosyan Poland Jan-Krzysztof Duda Poland Kacper Drozdowski Russia Vadim Moiseenko
2013 Montenegro Budva Azerbaijan Aydin Elshan Suleymanli Turkey Kagan Aydincelebi Ukraine Viktor Matviishen Netherlands Jorden Van Foreest Russia Kirill Alekseenko Russia Vladimir Fedoseev
2014 Georgia (country) Batumi Russia Ilya Makoveev Armenia Mamikon Gharibyan Ukraine Viktor Matviishen Russia Timur Fakhrutdinov Turkey Cemil Can Ali Marandi Israel Avital Boruchovsky
2015 Croatia Poreč Belarus Mikhei Navumenka Russia Ilya Makoveev Russia Kirill Shubin Russia Sergei Lobanov Germany Leonid Sawlin Turkey Cemil Can Ali Marandi
2016 Czech Republic Prague Russia Artem Pingin Russia Volodar Murzin Armenia Mamikon Gharibyan Spain Salvador Guerra Rivera Russia Timur Fakhrutdinov Armenia Manuel Petrosyan
2017 Romania Mamaia

Girls winners[edit]

Year Location U8 U10 U12 U14 U16 U18
1991 Romania Mamaia Romania Sabina Popescu Soviet Union Sofiko Tkeshelashvili Soviet Union Maia Lomineishvili Soviet Union Ilaha Kadimova
1992 Slovakia Rimavská Sobota Slovakia Regina Pokorna Poland Alina Tarachowicz Bulgaria Antoaneta Stefanova Ukraine Inna Gaponenko
1993 Hungary Szombathely Lithuania Viktorija Čmilytė Poland Iweta Radziewicz Ukraine Natalia Zhukova Ukraine Natalia Kiseleva
1994 Romania Băile Herculane Russia Alexandra Kosteniuk Georgia (country) Ana Matnadze Poland Iweta Radziewicz Ukraine Natalia Zhukova Hungary Monika Grabics
1995 France Verdun Russia Nadezhda Kosintseva Georgia (country) Ana Matnadze Moldova Cristina Moshina Romania Szidonia Vajda Poland Marta Zielinska
1996 Slovakia Rimavská Sobota Russia Tatiana Kosintseva Russia Alexandra Kosteniuk Moldova Cristina Moshina Ukraine Vladislava Kalinina Poland Monika Bobrowska
1997 Estonia Tallinn Georgia (country) Nana Dzagnidze Russia Nadezhda Kosintseva Georgia (country) Ana Matnadze Russia Ekaterina Polovnikova Russia Anna Dorofeeva
1998 Austria Mureck Ukraine Anna Muzychuk France Marie Sebag Georgia (country) Lela Javakhishvili Georgia (country) Ana Matnadze Latvia Dana Reizniece
1999 Greece Litochoro Romania Silvia Raluca Sgarcea Georgia (country) Nana Dzagnidze France Marie Sebag Georgia (country) Ana Matnadze Latvia Dana Reizniece
2000 Greece Kallithea Ukraine Anna Muzychuk Russia Valentina Gunina Russia Ramara Chistiakova Russia Natalia Pogonina Russia Nadezhda Kosintseva
2001 Greece Kallithea Belarus Alena Tairova Romania Iosefina Paulet Ukraine Kateryna Lahno Russia Maria Kursova Georgia (country) Inga Charkhalashvili
2002 Spain Peñíscola Ukraine Mariya Muzychuk Ukraine Anna Muzychuk Azerbaijan Turkan Mamedjarova France Marie Sebag Romania Alina Motoc
2003 Serbia and Montenegro Budva Georgia (country) Nazi Paikidze Russia Anastasia Bodnaruk Ukraine Anna Muzychuk Russia Maria Fominykh Russia Natalia Pogonina
2004 Turkey Ürgüp Georgia (country) Meri Arabidze Croatia Lara Stock Slovenia Anna Muzychuk Russia Valentina Gunina Georgia (country) Salome Melia
2005 Serbia and Montenegro Herceg Novi Russia Varvara Mestnikova Georgia (country) Nazi Paikidze Russia Varvara Repina Russia Inna Ivakhinova Georgia (country) Salome Melia
2006 Montenegro Herceg Novi Romania Daria-Ioana Visanescu Georgia (country) Meri Arabidze Russia Varvara Repina Turkey Kübra Öztürk Poland Anna Gasik
2007 Croatia Šibenik France Cécile Haussernot Poland Aleksandra Lach Georgia (country) Nazi Paikidze Turkey Kübra Öztürk Russia Inna Ivakhinova
2008 Montenegro Herceg Novi Russia Liza Kisteneva Russia Anna Styazhkina Georgia (country) Meri Arabidze Georgia (country) Nazi Paikidze Czech Republic Kateřina Němcová
2009 Italy Fermo Russia Anna Vasenina France Cécile Haussernot Israel Marsel Efroimski Poland Katarzyna Adamowicz Russia Olga Girya
2010 Georgia (country) Batumi Bulgaria Gabriela Antova Poland Oliwia Kiolbasa Russia Alexandra Goryachkina Azerbaijan Ulviyya Fataliyeva Georgia (country) Mariam Danelia Georgia (country) Keti Tsatsalashvili
2011 Bulgaria Albena Bulgaria Nurgyul Salimova Poland Alicja Sliwicka Russia Anna Vasenina Russia Aleksandra Goryachkina Russia Maria Severina Moldova Diana Baciu
2012 Czech Republic Prague Russia Mariya Kutyanina Russia Anastasia Zotova Greece Anastasia Avramidou Belarus Katsiaryna Beinenson Ukraine Marja Tantsiura Russia Aleksandra Goryachkina
2013 Montenegro Budva Poland Laura Czernikowska Israel Anastasia Vuller Russia Polina Shuvalova Azerbaijan Gunay Mammadzada Russia Anna Styazhkina Belarus Nastassia Ziaziulkina
2014 Georgia (country) Batumi Russia Emilia Zavivaeva Azerbaijan Malak Ismayil Russia Ekaterina Goltseva Greece Anastasia Avramidou Estonia Mai Narva Azerbaijan Ulviyya Fataliyeva
2015 Croatia Poreč Ukraine Veronika Veremyuk Russia Galina Mironenko Russia Elizaveta Solozhenkina Russia Anna Kochukova Netherlands Anna Maja Kazarian Georgia (country) Nino Khomeriki
2016 Czech Republic Prague Russia Alexandra Shvedova Hungary Zsoka Gaal Turkey Sila Caglar Russia Aleksandra Maltsevskaya Germany Fiona Sieber Georgia (country) Nino Khomeriki
2017 Romania Mamaia

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