Men's Junior European Volleyball Championship

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The Men's Junior European Volleyball Championship is a sport competition for national teams with players under 21 years, currently held biannually and organized by the European Volleyball Confederation, the volleyball federation from Europe.

History[edit]

Year Host Final 3rd place match Teams
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1966
Details
Hungary
Hungary

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia
Round-robin
France
16
1969
Details
Soviet Union
Soviet Union

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Bulgaria

Romania
Round-robin
Italy
17
1971
Details
Spain
Spain

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Poland

Bulgaria
Round-robin
East Germany
13
1973
Details
Netherlands
Netherlands

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Czechoslovakia

Poland
Round-robin
Italy
21
1975
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West Germany
West Germany

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Czechoslovakia

Poland
Round-robin
East Germany
12
1977
Details
France
France

Soviet Union
3–0
Czechoslovakia

East Germany
3–1
Poland
12
1979
Details
Portugal
Portugal

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Bulgaria

East Germany
Round-robin
Czechoslovakia
12
1982
Details
West Germany
West Germany

Soviet Union
Round-robin
West Germany

East Germany
Round-robin
Bulgaria
12
1984
Details
France
France

Soviet Union
Round-robin
Bulgaria

Italy
Round-robin
France
12
1986
Details
Bulgaria
Bulgaria

Bulgaria
Round-robin
Romania

West Germany
Round-robin
Soviet Union
12
1988
Details
Italy
Italy

Soviet Union
3–2
Italy

Bulgaria
3–1
Poland
12
1990
Details
West Germany
West Germany

Soviet Union
3–0
Italy

East Germany
3–0
Czechoslovakia
12
1992
Details
Poland
Poland

Italy
3–1
Spain

CIS
3–1
Czechoslovakia
12
1994
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Turkey
Turkey

Russia
3–0
France

Italy
3–0
Turkey
12
1996
Details
Israel
Israel

Poland
3–1
Italy

Russia
3–0
Netherlands
12
1998
Details
Czech Republic
Czech Republic

Russia
3–0
France

Czech Republic
3–2
Poland
12
2000
Details
Italy
Italy

Russia
3–2
Italy

France
3–0
Yugoslavia
12
2002
Details
Poland
Poland

Italy
3–1
France

Germany
3–2
Russia
12
2004
Details
Croatia
Croatia

Russia
3–1
Netherlands

Germany
3–1
Serbia and Montenegro
12
2006
Details
Russia
Russia

Russia
3–0
France

Italy
3–0
Slovenia
12
2008
Details
Czech Republic
Czech Republic

France
3–1
Germany

Russia
3–1
Netherlands
12
2010
Details
Belarus
Belarus

Russia
3–1
Bulgaria

Serbia
3–2
Netherlands
12
2012
Details
Denmark Poland
Denmark / Poland

Italy
3–1
Spain

Belgium
3–2
Turkey
12
2014
Details
Czech Republic Slovakia
Czech Republic / Slovakia

Russia
3–0
Poland

France
3–0
Slovenia
12
2016
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Bulgaria
Bulgaria

Poland
3–1
Ukraine

Russia
3–1
Italy
12

Medal summary[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia * 18 0 4 22
2  Italy 3 4 3 10
3  Poland 2 2 2 6
4  Bulgaria 1 5 2 8
5  France 1 4 2 7
6  Czech Republic ^ 0 3 2 5
7  Germany # 0 2 7 9
8  Spain 0 2 0 2
9  Romania 0 1 1 2
10  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
 Ukraine 0 1 0 1
12  Belgium 0 0 1 1
 Serbia 0 0 1 1
Total 25 25 25 75
* = FIVB considers Russia (since 1993) as the inheritor of the records of Soviet Union (1948–1991) and CIS (1992).
^ = FIVB considers Czech Republic (since 1994) as the inheritor of the records of Czechoslovakia (1948–1993).
# = After German reunification, West Germany (1949–1990) was renamed Germany (since 1991) and they absorbed East Germany (1949–1990) with the records.

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