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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 2007, a tournament for the under 8 was introduced. Until 2002, there was also a tournament for the under 20, see European Junior Chess Championship.

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Boys winnersEdit

Year Location U8 U10 U12 U14 U16 U18
1991   Mamaia   Adrien Leroy   Peter Leko   Tomáš Oral   Andrei Istrățescu
1992   Rimavská Sobota   Krzysztof Gratka   Peter Acs   Peter Leko   Vadim Zvjaginsev
1993   Szombathely   Étienne Bacrot   Valeriane Gaprindashvili   Erald Dervishi   Robert Kempiński
1994   Băile Herculane   Qadir Huseynov   Valeriane Gaprindashvili   Karl Mah   Aliaksei Charnushevich   Robert Kempiński
1995   Verdun   Arkadij Naiditsch   Étienne Bacrot   Sergey Fedorchuk   Pavel Simacek   Robert Kempiński
1996   Rimavská Sobota   Teimour Radjabov   Yuri Drozdovskij   Evgeni Kobylkin   Fabian Doettling   Ruslan Ponomariov
1997   Tallinn   Teimour Radjabov   Ilya Zarezenko   Yuri Drozdovskij   Alexander Kundin   Mikheil Mchedlishvili
1998   Mureck   Dmytro Tishyn   Teimour Radjabov   Alexander Riazantsev   Gabriel Sargissian   Dennis de Vreugt
1999   Litochoro   Sergey Karjakin   Borki Predojević   Nidjat Mamedov   Sergey Grigoriants   Teimour Radjabov
2000   Kallithea   Ian Nepomniachtchi   Evgeny Romanov   Mark Erwich   Jan Markos   Artyom Timofeev
2001   Kallithea   Vladimir Onischuk   Ian Nepomniachtchi   Borki Predojević   Ernesto Inarkiev   Zviad Izoria
2002   Peñíscola   Eltaj Safarli   Ian Nepomniachtchi   Evgeny Romanov   Aleksandr Kharitonov   Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
2003   Budva   Samvel Ter-Sahakyan   Eltaj Safarli   Sergei Zhigalko   Csaba Balogh   Mateusz Bartel
2004   Ürgüp   Robert Aghasaryan   Sanan Sjugirov   Giorgi Margvelashvili   Rauf Mamedov   Radosław Wojtaszek
2005   Herceg Novi   Konstantin Nikologorskiy   Sanan Sjugirov   Davit Benidze   Zaven Andriasian   Paweł Czarnota
2006   Herceg Novi   Arseny Shurunov   Ivan Bukavshin   Peter Prohaszka   Romain Edouard   Sergei Zhigalko
2007   Šibenik   Nikita Ayvazyan   Kirill Alekseenko   Illya Nyzhnyk   Sanan Sjugirov   Vugar Rasulov   Ivan Šarić
2008   Herceg Novi   Denizcan Temizkan   Cemil Can Ali Marandi   Kiprian Berbatov   Ivan Bukavshin   Illya Nyzhnyk   Xavier Vila Gazquez
2009   Fermo   Abdulla Gadimbayli   Benjamin Gledura   Evgeny Zanan   Kamil Dragun   Gil Popilski   Samvel Ter-Sahakyan
2010   Batumi   Abdulla Gadimbayli   Viktor Gazik   Cemil Can Ali Marandi   Olexandr Bortnyk   Ivan Bukavshin   Vasif Durarbayli
2011   Albena   Alex Krstulovic   Evgenios Ioannidis   Haik M Martirosyan   Cemil Can Ali Marandi   Olexandr Bortnyk   Nils Grandelius
2012   Prague   Tsvetan Stoyanov   Andrey Esipenko   Haik M Martirosyan   Jan-Krzysztof Duda   Kacper Drozdowski   Vadim Moiseenko
2013   Budva   Aydin Suleymanli   Kagan Aydincelebi   Viktor Matviishen   Jorden Van Foreest   Kirill Alekseenko   Vladimir Fedoseev
2014   Batumi   Ilya Makoveev   Mamikon Gharibyan   Viktor Matviishen   Timur Fakhrutdinov   Cemil Can Ali Marandi   Avital Boruchovsky
2015   Poreč   Mikhei Navumenka   Ilya Makoveev   Kirill Shubin   Sergei Lobanov   Leonid Sawlin   Cemil Can Ali Marandi
2016   Prague   Artem Pingin   Volodar Murzin   Mamikon Gharibyan   Salvador Guerra Rivera   Timur Fakhrutdinov   Manuel Petrosyan
2017   Mamaia   Giang Tran Nam   Marc Andria Maurizzi   Aydin Suleymanli   Jonas Buhl Bjerre   Andrey Esipenko   Jesper Søndergaard Thybo
2018   Riga   Jahandar Azadaliyev   Artem Pingin   Volodar Murzin   Stefan Pogosyan   Francesco Sonis   Evgenios Ioannidis
2019   Bratislava

Girls winnersEdit

Year Location U8 U10 U12 U14 U16 U18
1991   Mamaia   Sabina Popescu   Sofiko Tkeshelashvili   Maia Lomineishvili   Ilaha Kadimova
1992   Rimavská Sobota   Regina Pokorna   Alina Tarachowicz   Antoaneta Stefanova   Inna Gaponenko
1993   Szombathely   Viktorija Čmilytė   Iweta Radziewicz   Natalia Zhukova   Natalia Kiseleva
1994   Băile Herculane   Alexandra Kosteniuk   Ana Matnadze   Iweta Radziewicz   Natalia Zhukova   Mónika Grábics
1995   Verdun   Nadezhda Kosintseva   Ana Matnadze   Cristina Moshina   Szidonia Vajda   Marta Zielinska
1996   Rimavská Sobota   Tatiana Kosintseva   Alexandra Kosteniuk   Cristina Moshina   Vladislava Kalinina   Monika Bobrowska
1997   Tallinn   Nana Dzagnidze   Nadezhda Kosintseva   Ana Matnadze   Ekaterina Polovnikova   Anna Dorofeeva
1998   Mureck   Anna Muzychuk   Marie Sebag   Lela Javakhishvili   Ana Matnadze   Dana Reizniece
1999   Litochoro   Silvia-Raluca Sgîrcea   Nana Dzagnidze   Marie Sebag   Ana Matnadze   Dana Reizniece
2000   Kallithea   Anna Muzychuk   Valentina Gunina   Tamara Chistiakova   Natalia Pogonina   Nadezhda Kosintseva
2001   Kallithea   Alena Tairova   Iozefina Păuleţ   Kateryna Lahno   Maria Kursova   Inga Charkhalashvili
2002   Peñíscola   Mariya Muzychuk   Anna Muzychuk   Turkan Mamedjarova   Marie Sebag   Alina Motoc
2003   Budva   Nazi Paikidze   Anastasia Bodnaruk   Anna Muzychuk   Maria Fominykh   Natalia Pogonina
2004   Ürgüp   Meri Arabidze   Lara Stock   Anna Muzychuk   Valentina Gunina   Salome Melia
2005   Herceg Novi   Varvara Mestnikova   Nazi Paikidze   Varvara Repina   Inna Ivakhinova   Salome Melia
2006   Herceg Novi   Daria-Ioana Vişănescu   Meri Arabidze   Varvara Repina   Kübra Öztürk   Anna Gasik
2007   Šibenik   Aydan Hojjatova   Cécile Haussernot   Aleksandra Lach   Nazi Paikidze   Kübra Öztürk   Inna Ivakhinova
2008   Herceg Novi   Gunay Mammadzada   Liza Kisteneva   Anna Styazhkina   Meri Arabidze   Nazi Paikidze   Kateřina Němcová
2009   Fermo   Ece Alkim Erece   Anna Vasenina   Cécile Haussernot   Marsel Efroimski   Katarzyna Adamowicz   Olga Girya
2010   Batumi   Gabriela Antova   Oliwia Kiolbasa   Alexandra Goryachkina   Ulviyya Fataliyeva   Mariam Danelia   Keti Tsatsalashvili
2011   Albena   Nurgyul Salimova   Alicja Śliwicka   Anna Vasenina   Aleksandra Goryachkina   Maria Severina   Diana Baciu
2012   Prague   Mariya Kutyanina   Anastasia Zotova   Anastasia Avramidou   Katsiaryna Beinenson   Marja Tantsiura   Aleksandra Goryachkina
2013   Budva   Laura Czernikowska   Anastasia Vuller   Polina Shuvalova   Gunay Mammadzada   Anna Styazhkina   Nastassia Ziaziulkina
2014   Batumi   Emilia Zavivaeva   Malak Ismayil   Ekaterina Goltseva   Anastasia Avramidou   Mai Narva   Ulviyya Fataliyeva
2015   Poreč   Veronika Veremyuk   Galina Mironenko   Elizaveta Solozhenkina   Anna Kochukova   Anna Maja Kazarian   Nino Khomeriki
2016   Prague   Alexandra Shvedova   Zsoka Gaal   Sila Caglar   Aleksandra Maltsevskaya   Fiona Sieber   Nino Khomeriki
2017   Mamaia   Sofya Svergina   Veronika Shubenkova   Galina Mironenko   Govhar Beydullayeva   Olga Badelka   Sona Asatryan
2018   Riga   Ekaterina Zubkovskaya   Alexandra Shvedova   Olga Karmanova   Ayan Allahverdiyeva   Kamaliya Bulatova   Aleksandra Dimitrova
2019   Bratislava

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