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We found 29 results matching U16 European Championship Women
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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2013 U16 European Championship Women 1 Aug. to
11 Aug.
Matosinhos
(PORTUGAL)
Spain  Czech Republic  Hungary  Enna Pehadzic (DEN)
2012 U16 European Championship Women 12 Jul. to
22 Jul.
Miskolc
(HUNGARY)
Spain  Italy  Russia  Emma Lina Stach (GER)
2011 U16 European Championship Women 11 Aug. to
21 Aug.
Cagliari
(ITALY)
Spain  Belgium  Italy  Sanja Mandic (SRB)
2010 U16 European Championship Women 12 Aug. to
22 Aug.
Skopje
(MKD)
Russia  Croatia  France  Iulia Florentina Raileanu (ROU)
2009 U16 European Championship Women 30 Jul. to
9 Aug.
Tallinn
(ESTONIA)
Spain  Belgium  France  Jelena Vucetic (MNE)
2008 U16 European Championship Women 8 Aug. to
17 Aug.
Pravetz, Botevgrad
(BULGARIA)
Spain  Italy  France  Jovana Pasic (MNE)
2007 U16 European Championship Women 27 Jul. to
5 Aug.
Chieti
(ITALY)
France  Spain  Czech Republic  Matea Tavic (BIH)
2006 U16 European Championship Women 2 Aug. to
13 Aug.
Jyväskylä
(FINLAND)
Spain  Czech Republic  Lithuania  Matea Tavic (BIH)
2005 U16 European Championship Women 22 Jul. to
31 Jul.
Tallinn
(ESTONIA)
Spain  France  Poland  Elina Babkina (LAT)
2004 European Championship for Women U16 30 Jul. to
8 Aug.

Spain  Serbia  Russia  Helena Sverrisdóttir (ISL)
2003 European Championship for Cadettes 25 Jul. to
27 Jul.
Nevsehir
(TURKEY)
Yugoslavia  Belarus  Ukraine  Anastasiya Verameyenka (BLR)
2001 European Championship for Cadettes 2 Aug. to
29 Jul.
Veliko Tarnovo
(BULGARIA)
France  Russia  Croatia  Lolita Lymoura (GRE)
1999 European Championship for Cadettes 5 Aug. to
1 Aug.
Tulcea
(ROMANIA)
Spain  Yugoslavia  France  Volha Ziuzkova (BLR)
1997 European Championship for Cadettes 12 Aug. to
27 Jul.
Sopron
(HUNGARY)
Russia  Czech Republic  France  Marta Fernández (ESP)
1995 European Championship for Cadettes 29 Jul. to
6 Aug.
Cetniewo
(POLAND)
Russia  Italy  Belgium  Linda Todd Fröhlich (GER)
1993 European Championship for Cadettes 17 Jul. to
25 Jul.
Poprad
(SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
Russia  Spain  Italy  Anna Petrova (RUS)
1991 European Championship for Cadettes 20 Jul. to
28 Jul.
Estarreja, Travasso, Anadia
(PORTUGAL)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Italy  Vedrana Grgin Fonseca (YUG)
1989 European Championship for Cadettes 5 Aug. to
12 Aug.
Timisoara
(ROMANIA)
Czechoslovakia  Romania  Soviet Union  Efthymia Vardaki (GRE)
1987 European Championship for Cadettes 26 Jul. to
2 Aug.
Gorzow Wielkopolski
(POLAND)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Yugoslavia  Zana Lelas (YUG)
1985 European Championship for Cadettes 20 Jul. to
27 Jul.
Tuzla
(YUGOSLAVIA)
Soviet Union  Italy  Yugoslavia  Danira Nakic (YUG)
1984 European Championship for Cadettes 8 Jul. to
15 Jul.
Perugia, Marsciano
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Bulgaria  Italy  Radostina Bontsheva Dimitrova (BUL)
1982 European Championship for Cadettes 8 Aug. to
15 Aug.
Forssa, Uusikaupunki
(FINLAND)
Soviet Union    Bulgaria  Zagorka Pocekovic
(YUG)

Zagorka Pocekovic
(YUG)
1982 European Championship for Cadettes 8 Aug. to
15 Aug.
Forssa, Uusikaupunki
(FINLAND)
Yugoslavia    Bulgaria  Zagorka Pocekovic
(YUG)

Zagorka Pocekovic
(YUG)
1980 European Championship for Cadettes 6 Aug. to
14 Aug.
Zalaegerszeg, Pécs
(HUNGARY)
Soviet Union  Italy  Bulgaria  Magdalena Pall (ROU)
1978 European Championship for Cadettes 14 Aug. to
24 Aug.
Cuenca
(SPAIN)
Soviet Union  Italy  Bulgaria  Marinella Draghetti
(ITA)

Marinella Draghetti
(ITA)
1976 European Championship for Cadettes 14 Aug. to
22 Aug.
Szecsin
(POLAND)
Soviet Union  Hungary  Bulgaria  Julia Lisziewicz (HUN)