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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2017 FIBA U18 Women's European Championship 4 Aug. to
13 Aug.
Sopron
(HUNGARY)
Belgium  Serbia  France  Klara Lundquist (SWE)
2016 FIBA U18 Women's European Championship 23 Jul. to
31 Jul.
Sopron
(HUNGARY)
France  Spain  Russia  Reka Lelik (HUN)
2015 U18 European Championship Women 30 Jul. to
9 Aug.
Celje
(SLOVENIA)
Spain  France  Russia  Ivana Dojkic (CRO)
2014 U18 European Championship Women 17 Jul. to
27 Jul.
Matosinhos
(PORTUGAL)
Russia  France  Spain  Angela Salvadores (ESP)
2013 U18 European Championship Women 15 Aug. to
25 Aug.
Vukovar/Vinkovci
(CROATIA)
Spain  France  Serbia  Anna Niki Stamolamprou (GRE)
2012 U18 European Championship Women 26 Jul. to
5 Aug.
Bucharest
(ROMANIA)
France  Russia  Serbia  Paulina Frida L. Hersler (SWE)
2011 U18 European Championship Women 4 Aug. to
14 Aug.
Oradea
(ROMANIA)
Belgium  France  Spain  Emma Meesseman (BEL)
2010 U18 European Championship Women 29 Jul. to
8 Aug.
Poprad, Spisska Nova Ves
(SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
Italy  Spain  France  Alina Iagupova (UKR)
2009 U18 European Championship Women 2 Jul. to
12 Jul.
Södertälje
(SWEDEN)
Spain  France  Sweden  Olga Maznichenko (UKR)
2008 U18 European Championship Women 18 Jul. to
15 Aug.
Nitra
(SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
Lithuania  Russia  Czech Republic  Olga Maznichenko (UKR)
2007 U18 European Championship Women 29 Jun. to
8 Jul.
Novi Sad
(SERBIA)
Serbia  Spain  Russia  Jelena Milovanovic (SRB)
2006 U18 European Championship Women 21 Jul. to
30 Jul.
Tenerife
(SPAIN)
Spain  Serbia & Montenegro  Sweden  Bahar Caglar (TUR)
2005 U18 European Championship Women 5 Aug. to
14 Aug.
Budapest
(HUNGARY)
Serbia & Montenegro  Spain  France  Sandrine Gruda (FRA)
2004 European Championship for Women U18 1 Aug. to
31 Jul.

Russia  Spain  Hungary  Oleksandra Kurasova (UKR)
2002 European Championship for Junior Women 1 Aug. to
21 Jul.

Russia  France  Czech Republic  Ilze Zemmere (LAT)
2000 European Championship for Junior Women 7 Aug. to
23 Jul.

Russia  Czech Republic  Poland  Eva Vitecková (CZE)
1998 European Championship for Junior Women 2 Apr. to
12 Jul.

Spain  Slovak Republic  Russia  Gunta Basko-Melnbarde (LAT)
1996 European Championship for Junior Women 9 Apr. to
14 Jul.

Russia  Slovak Republic  Czech Republic  Anastasia Sureadnova (MDA)
1994 European Championship for Junior Women 5 May. to
19 Jul.

Italy  Spain  Hungary   
1992 European Championship for Junior Women 8 Aug. to
16 Aug.
Kalamata, Tripolis, Patra
(GREECE)
Com. of Independent States  Bulgaria  Poland  Elena Michina (CIS)
1990 European Championship for Junior Women 21 Jul. to
29 Jul.
Alcala de Henares
(SPAIN)
Soviet Union  Spain  Romania  Marina Ferragut Castillo (ESP)
1988 European Championship for Junior Women 24 Jul. to
31 Jul.
Veliko, Trnovo
(BULGARIA)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Yugoslavia  Aluma Goren (ISR)
1986 European Championship for Junior Women 26 Jul. to
2 Aug.
Perugia, Gualdo Tadino
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Italy  Raziya Mujanovic (YUG)
1984 European Championship for Junior Women 18 Aug. to
25 Aug.
Toledo
(SPAIN)
Yugoslavia  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Kerstin Skagius (SWE)
1983 European Championship for Junior Women 9 Jul. to
16 Jul.
Pescara, Vasto
(ITALY)
Czechoslovakia  Soviet Union  Italy  Eva Stojkovics (HUN)