Women's EuroHockey Junior Championship
The Women's EuroHockey Junior Championship is a women's international under-21 field hockey tournament organized by the European Hockey Federation. The tournament has been held since 1977 and serves as a qualification tournament for the Women's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup.
|Most recent season or competition:|
2019 Women's EuroHockey Junior Championship
|No. of teams||8|
| Spain (1st title) |
|Most titles||Netherlands (10 titles)|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||EuroHockey Junior Championship II|
The Women's EuroHockey Junior Championships consists of two levels. There was a third level until 2012. There is promotion and relegation between the two levels. The top two placed teams in the Championship II are promoted to the following year's Championship while the two lowest placed teams in the Championship are relegated to the following year's Championship II.
The highest level has been won by three different teams: the Netherlands has the most titles with ten, Germany has eighth titles and Spain won their first and only title at the most recent edition in Valencia, Spain.