EBSA European Snooker Championship

The EBSA European Snooker Championship is the premier amateur snooker tournament in Europe. The event series is sanctioned by the European Billiards & Snooker Association. It took place first in 1988 and is held annually since 1993.[1][2][3] In most years the winner of the tournament qualifies for the next two seasons of the World Snooker Tour.

Men's finalsEdit

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Year Venue Winner Runner-up Score
1988[4]   Scheveningen, Netherlands   Stefan Mazrocis   Paul Mifsud 11–7
1993   Helsinki, Finland   Neil Mosley   Robin Hull 8–6
1994   Budapest, Hungary   Danny Lathouwers   Stefan van der Borght 8–2
1995   Belfast, Northern Ireland   David Lilley   David Gray 8–7
1996[5]   Antwerp, Belgium   Graham Horne   Kristján Helgason 8–5
1997[6]   Biarritz, France   Robin Hull   Kristján Helgason 7–3
1998[7]   Helsinki, Finland   Kristján Helgason   Alex Borg 7–2
1999[8]   Enschede, Netherlands   Bjorn Haneveer   David Bell 7–0
2000[9]   Stirling, Scotland   Craig Butler   Bjorn Haneveer 7–3
2001   Riga, Latvia   Bjorn Haneveer   Kurt Maflin 7–6
2002[10]   Kalisz, Poland   David John   David McLellan 7–2
2003[11]   Bad Wildungen, Germany   David John   Andrew Pagett 7–3
2004[12]   Völkermarkt, Austria   Mark Allen   Alex Borg 7–6
2005[13]   Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland   Alex Borg   Kristján Helgason 7–2
2006[14]   Constanța, Romania   Alex Borg   Jeff Cundy 7–5
2007[15]   Carlow, Ireland   Kevin Van Hove   Rodney Goggins 7–2
2008[16]   Lublin, Poland   David Grace   Craig Steadman 7–6
2009[17]   Duffel, Belgium   David Hogan   Mario Fernandez 7–4
2010[18]   Bucharest, Romania   Luca Brecel   Roy Stolk 7–4
2011[19]   Sofia, Bulgaria   Daniel Wells   Vincent Muldoon 7–4
2012[20]   Daugavpils, Latvia   Scott Donaldson   Brendan O'Donoghue 7–3
2013[21]   Zielona Góra, Poland   Robin Hull   Gareth Allen 7–2
2014[22]   Sofia, Bulgaria   Mitchell Mann   John Whitty 7–2
2015[23]   Prague, Czech Republic   Michael Wild   Jamie Clarke 7–4
2016[24]   Wrocław, Poland   Jak Jones   Jamie Clarke 7–4
2017[25]   Nicosia, Cyprus   Chris Totten   Andres Petrov 7–3
2018[26]   Sofia, Bulgaria   Harvey Chandler   Jordan Brown 7–2
2019[27]   Eilat, Israel   Kacper Filipiak   David Lilley 5–4
2020   Albufeira, Portugal

Champions by countryEdit

Country Players First title Last title
  England 8 1988 2018
  Belgium 5 1994 2010
  Wales 4 2002 2016
  Scotland 3 1996 2017
  Finland 2 1997 2013
  Malta 2 2005 2006
  Iceland 1 1998 1998
  Northern Ireland 1 2004 2004
  Ireland 1 2009 2009
  Poland 1 2019 2019

Women's finalsEdit

Year Venue Winner Runner-up Score
1996   Antwerp, Belgium   Kelly Fisher   Karen Corr 6–3
1997   Biarritz, France   Kelly Fisher   Kim Shaw 5–3
1998   Helsinki, Finland   Karen Corr   Kelly Fisher 5–2
1999   Enschede, Netherlands   Kelly Fisher   Wendy Jans 5–2
2000   Stirling, Scotland   Kelly Fisher   Wendy Jans 5–0
2001   Riga, Latvia   Kelly Fisher   Wendy Jans 5–3
2002   Kalisz, Poland   Kelly Fisher   Wendy Jans 5–0
2003   Bad Wildungen, Germany   Kelly Fisher   Wendy Jans 5–4
2004   Völkermarkt, Austria   Wendy Jans   Reanne Evans 5–3
2005   Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland   Wendy Jans   Katie Henrick 5–3
2006   Constanța, Romania   Wendy Jans   Isabelle Jonckheere 5–0
2007   Carlow, Ireland   Reanne Evans   Wendy Jans 5–2
2008   Lublin, Poland   Reanne Evans   Emma Bonney 5–3
2009   Duffel, Belgium   Wendy Jans   Anna Mazhirina 5–0
2010   Bucharest, Romania   Wendy Jans   Diana Stateczny 5–3
2011   Sofia, Bulgaria   Wendy Jans   Tatjana Vasiljeva 5–1
2012   Daugavpils, Latvia   Tatjana Vasiljeva   Wendy Jans 5–4
2013   Zielona Góra, Poland   Wendy Jans   Anastasia Nechaeva 5–1
2014   Sofia, Bulgaria   Wendy Jans   Anastasia Nechaeva 5–0
2015   Prague, Czech Republic   Wendy Jans   Daria Sirotina 5–0
2016   Vilnius, Lithuania   Wendy Jans   Daria Sirotina 5–4
2017   Shengjin, Albania   Wendy Jans   Anna Prysazhnuka 5–1
2018   Bucharest, Romania   Wendy Jans   Cathy Dehaene 4–0
2019   Belgrade, Serbia   Diana Stateczny   Anastasia Nechaeva 4–2

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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