European Junior Squash Championships

The European Junior Squash Championships are the event which serves as the European junior championship for squash players organised by the European Squash Federation.

European Junior Squash Championships
Details
Event nameEuropean Junior Squash Championships U19
Website
www.europeansquash.com/archive/results/u19.html
Men's PSA World Tour
Most recent champion(s)Czech Republic Viktor Byrtus
Women's PSA World Tour
Most recent champion(s)Poland Karina Tyma

Past resultsEdit

Junior Individual ChampionshipsEdit

Junior Team ChampionshipsEdit

Countries enter teams of three players to represent them in the championships with two boys and one girl. In each round of the competition, teams face each other in a best-of-three singles matches contest.

Year Venue Champion Runner-up Score
1984   GER Ludwigsburg   Sweden   England 2–1
1985   GER Ludwigsburg   England   Sweden 3–0
1986   NOR Oslo   England   Sweden 3–0
1987   NED Warmond   England   Scotland 3–0
1988   ISR Tel Aviv   England   Germany 3–0
1989   FRA Aix-en-Provence   England   Germany 3–0
1990   BEL Ghent   England   Germany 3–0
1991   AUT Linz   England   Germany 3–0
1992   NOR Oslo   England   Finland 2–1
1993   DEN Odense   England   France 3–0
1994   ITA Bolzano   England   France 2–1
1995   ISR Tel Aviv   England   Italy 3–0
1996   GER Recklinghausen   England   Switzerland 3–0
1997   FIN Vantaa   England   Germany 3–0
1998   BEL Herentals   England   Netherlands 3–0
1999   AUT Vienna   England   Spain 3–0
2000   GER Bremen   England   Spain 2–1
2001   BEL Antwerp   England   Germany 3–0
2002   FRA Aix-en-Provence   England   Switzerland 2–1
2003   GER Parsdorf   England   Netherlands 2–1
2004   BEL Herentals   England   France 3–0
2005   SWE Malmö   England   Germany 3–0
2006    SWI Langnau   Germany   England 3–0
2007   BEL Herentals   England   France 2–1
2008   NOR Stavanger   England   France 2–1
2009   GER Germering   Germany   England 2–1
2010   AUT Vienna   England   Wales 3–0
2011    SWI Kriens   England   Belgium 3–0
2012   POR Porto   England   Belgium 3–0
2013    SWI Langnau   England   France 3–0
2014   FIN Helsinki   England   Spain 3–0
2015   CZE Prague   England   Finland 3–0
2016    SUI Kriens   England   France 3–0
2017   POR Lisbon   England   Spain 2–0
2018   POL Bielsko-Biała   England   France 2–1
2019   CZE Prague   England   Switzerland 2–0
2020   NED Eindhoven Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic in Europe

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit