In Greek mythology, the name Eurydamas (Ancient Greek: Εὐρυδάμας) may refer to:
- Eurydamas, one of the sons of Aegyptus, who married and was killed by Phartis, daughter of Danaus.
- Eurydamas, one of the Argonauts, son of either of Ctimenus or Irus and Demonassa, if indeed in the latter case he is not being confounded with Eurytion who could also be his brother. Eurydamas was from Ctimene in Thessaly.
- Eurydamas, son of Pelias (not the same as Pelias of Iolcus). He fought in the Trojan War and was one of those who hid in the Trojan Horse.
- Eurydamas, an elder of Troy, interpreter of dreams. His sons Abas and Polyidus were killed by Diomedes.
- Eurydamas, son-in-law of Antenor. Was killed by Diomedes.
- Eurydamas, one of the suitors of Penelope, who gave her as a present a pair of earrings, and was eventually killed by Odysseus.