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 finals


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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[28] Albufeira, Portugal Andrew Pagett Heikki Niva 5–2

Champions by country

Country Players First title Last title
 England 8 1988 2018
 Belgium 5 1994 2010
 Wales 5 2002 2020
 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 finals


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 also


References


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