European Men's U-20 Handball Championship


The European Men's U-20 Handball Championship is the official competition for junior men's national handball teams of Europe, held by the European Handball Federation every two years.

In addition to crowning the European champions, the tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the IHF Junior World Handball Championship.

Medal summary


Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1996
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Romania

Denmark
26–19
Spain

Russia
30–29
after extra time

France
1998
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Austria

Denmark
22–21
FR Yugoslavia

Hungary
29–24
Spain
2000
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Greece

FR Yugoslavia
34–29
Belarus

Spain
30–22
Denmark
2002
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Poland

Poland
29–25
Slovenia

FR Yugoslavia
33–30
Macedonia
2004
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Latvia

Germany
27–26
Denmark

Slovenia
29–28
Hungary
2006
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Austria

Germany
24–19
Sweden

Denmark
33–32
Serbia and Montenegro
2008
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Romania

Denmark
26–21
Germany

France
32–30
Sweden
2010
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Slovakia

Denmark
30–24
Portugal

Slovenia
30–25
after 2nd extra time

Germany
2012
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Turkey

Spain
34–21
Croatia

Slovenia
36–34
after penalty shootout

Sweden
2014
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Austria

Germany
26–24
Sweden

Spain
29–27
Denmark
2016
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Denmark

Spain
30–29
ET

Germany

France
35–30
Croatia
2018
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Slovenia

Slovenia
31–30
France

Germany
29–26
Portugal
2020
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Croatia
Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic[1]
2022

Medal count


RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Denmark4116
2 Germany3216
3 Spain2125
4 Slovenia1135
5 FR Yugoslavia1113
6 Poland1001
7 Sweden0202
8 France0123
9 Belarus0101
 Croatia0101
 Portugal0101
12 Hungary0011
 Russia0011
Totals (13 nations)12121236

See also


References


  1. "EHF redefines approach to upcoming Younger Age Category events". EHF. 27 October 2020. Retrieved 26 December 2020.