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European Badminton Championships

The European Badminton Championships is a tournament organized by the Badminton Europe (BE). The first of these competitions was held in 1968. The competition is held once every two years to determine the best badminton players in Europe.

Location of the European Championships

The table below gives an overview of all host cities and countries of the European Championships.

On 15 January 2008, Manchester of England won the bids to stage the 2010 events.[1]

Year No. Host City Country
1968 I Bochum 23x15px West Germany
1970 II Port Talbot 23x15px Wales
1972 III Karlskrona 23x15px Sweden
1974 IV Vienna 23x15px Austria
1976 V Dublin 23x15px Ireland
1978 VI Preston 23x15px England
1980 VII Groningen 23x15px Netherlands
1982 VIII Böblingen 23x15px West Germany
1984 IX Preston 23x15px England
1986 X Uppsala 23x15px Sweden
1988 XI Kristiansand 23x15px Norway
1990 XII Moscow 23x15px Soviet Union
1992 XIII Glasgow 23x15px Scotland
Year No. Host City Country
1994 XIV Den Bosch 23x15px Netherlands
1996 XV Herning 23x15px Denmark
1998 XVI Sofia 23x15px Bulgaria
2000 XVII Glasgow 23x15px Scotland
2002 XVIII Malmö 23x15px Sweden
2004 XIX Geneva 23x16px  Switzerland
2006 XX Den Bosch 23x15px Netherlands
2008 XXI Herning 23x15px Denmark
2010 XXII Manchester 23x15px England
2012 XXIII Karlskrona 23x15px Sweden
2014 XXIV Kazan 23x15px Russia
2016 XXV Mouilleron-le-Captif 23x15px France

Past winners

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles Teams
2016
2014 23x15px Jan O Jorgensen 23x15px Carolina Marín 23x15px Vladimir Ivanov
23x15px Ivan Sozonov
23x15px Christinna Pedersen
23x15px Kamilla Rytter Juhl
23x15px Joachim Fischer Nielsen
23x15px Christinna Pedersen
2012 23x15px Marc Zwiebler 23x15px Tine Baun 23x15px Mathias Boe
23x15px Carsten Mogensen
23x15px Robert Mateusiak
23x15px Nadiezda Zieba
2010 23x15px Peter Gade 23x15px Tine Rasmussen 23x15px Lars Paaske
23x15px Jonas Rasmussen
23x15px Valeria Sorokina
23x15px Nina Vislova
23x15px Thomas Laybourn
23x15px Kamilla Rytter Juhl
2008 23x15px Kenneth Jonassen 23x15px Xu Huaiwen 23x15px Kamilla Rytter Juhl
23x15px Lena Frier Kristiansen
23x15px Anthony Clark
23x15px Donna Kellogg
2006 23x15px Peter Gade 23x15px Jens Eriksen
23x15px Martin Lundgaard Hansen
23x15px Donna Kellogg
23x15px Gail Emms
23x15px Thomas Laybourn
23x15px Kamilla Rytter Juhl
23x15px Denmark
2004 23x15px Mia Audina 23x15px Lotte Bruil
23x15px Mia Audina
23x15px Nathan Robertson
23x15px Gail Emms
2002 23x15px Peter Rasmussen 23x15px Yao Jie 23x15px Jane F. Bramsen
23x15px Ann-Lou Jørgensen
23x15px Jens Eriksen
23x15px Mette Schjoldager
2000 23x15px Peter Gade 23x15px Camilla Martin 23x15px Jens Eriksen
23x15px Jesper Larsen
23x15px Donna Kellogg
23x15px Joanne Goode
23x15px Michael Søgaard
23x15px Rikke Olsen
1998 23x15px Simon Archer
23x15px Chris Hunt
23x15px Rikke Olsen
23x15px Marlene Thomsen
1996 23x15px Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen 23x15px Thomas Lund
23x15px Jon Holst-Christensen
23x15px Lisbeth Stuer-Lauridsen
23x15px Marlene Thomsen
1994 23x15px Lim Xiaoqing 23x15px Simon Archer
23x15px Chris Hunt
23x15px Christine Magnusson
23x15px Lim Xiaoqing
23x15px Michael Søgaard
23x15px Catrine Bengtsson
23x15px Sweden
1992 23x15px Pernille Nedergaard 23x15px Thomas Lund
23x15px Jon Holst-Christensen
23x15px Thomas Lund
23x15px Pernille Dupont
1990 23x15px Steve Baddeley 23x15px Jan Paulsen
23x15px Henrik Svarrer
23x15px Dorte Kjær
23x15px Nettie Nielsen
23x15px Jon Holst-Christensen
23x15px Grete Mogensen
23x15px Denmark
1988 23x15px Darren Hall 23x15px Kirsten Larsen 23x15px Jens Peter Nierhoff
23x15px Michael Kjeldsen
23x15px Steen Fladberg
23x15px Gillian Clark
1986 23x15px Morten Frost 23x15px Helen Troke 23x15px Steen Fladberg
23x15px Jesper Helledie
23x15px Gillian Clark
23x15px Gillian Gowers
23x15px Martin Dew
23x15px Gillian Gilks
1984 23x15px Martin Dew
23x15px Mike Tredgett
23x15px Karen Chapman
23x15px Gillian Clark
23x15px England
1982 23x15px Jens Peter Nierhoff 23x15px Lene Køppen 23x15px Stefan Karlsson
23x15px Thomas Kihlström
23x15px Gillian Gilks
23x15px Gillian Clark
1980 23x15px Flemming Delfs 23x16px Liselotte Blumer 23x15px Claes Nordin
23x15px Stefan Karlsson
23x15px Nora Perry
23x15px Jane Webster
23x15px Mike Tredgett
23x15px Nora Perry
1978 23x15px Lene Køppen 23x15px Ray Stevens
23x15px Mike Tredgett
23x15px Nora Perry
23x15px Anne Statt
1976 23x15px Gillian Gilks 23x15px Gillian Gilks
23x15px Susan Whetnall
23x15px Derek Talbot
23x15px Gillian Gilks
23x15px Denmark
1974 23x15px Sture Johnsson 23x15px Willi Braun
23x15px Roland Maywald
23x15px Gillian Gilks
23x15px Margaret Beck
23x15px England
1972 23x15px Wolfgang Bochow 23x15px Margaret Beck 23x15px Gillian Gilks
23x15px Judy Hashman
1970 23x15px Sture Johnsson 23x15px Eva Twedberg 23x15px Elo Hansen
23x15px Per Walsoe
23x15px Margaret Boxall
23x15px Susan Whetnall
23x15px David Eddy
23x15px Susan Whetnall
1968 23x15px Irmgard Latz 23x15px David Eddy
23x15px Roger Powell
23x15px Tony Jordan
23x15px Susan Whetnall

Successful players

Below is the list of the most ever successful players in the European Badminton Championships:

Name MS WS MD WD XD Total
23x15px Gillian Gilks 2 4 6 12
23x15px Peter Gade 5 5
23x15px Susan Whetnall 3 2 5
23x15px Mike Tredgett 3 2 5
23x15px Jens Eriksen 4 1 5
23x15px Nora Perry 2 2 4
23x15px Gillian Clark 3 1 4
23x15px Martin Dew 1 3 4
23x15px Michael Søgaard 4 4
23x15px Rikke Olsen 1 3 4

Medal count

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 23x15px Denmark 63 56 66 185
2 23x15px England 43 34 52 129
3 23x15px Sweden 12 19 48 79
4 23x15px Germany 7 10 22 39
5 23x15px Netherlands 3 7 25 35
6 23x15px Russia* 1 2 7 10
7 23x15px Poland 1 1 6 8
8 23x16px  Switzerland 1 0 0 1
8 23x15px Spain 1 0 0 1
10 23x15px Wales 0 1 3 4
11 23x15px France 0 1 2 3
12 23x15px Scotland 0 0 6 6
13 23x15px Belgium 0 0 1 1
13 23x15px Bulgaria 0 0 1 1

* included medals won by the USSR and the CIS

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