2017 EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS                                                                                              Mulhouse - France 


Referee team -
Monique Bastien, SUI
Eric Lissillour, FRA
Jas Bedi, SCO

The umpires will be selected a later stage - and announced here

2015: Lubin (Poland)
Ankara (Turkey)
Vantaa (Finland)
2009: Milan (Italy)
2007: Völklingen (Germany)
2005: Den Bosch (Netherlands)
2003: Esbjerg (Denmark)
2001: Spala (Poland) 

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General Information
The European Junior Championships is an event for U19 players organized by Badminton Europe (BEC) every second year.

Both a team event and the five individual events are played during the 10 days long competition.
The 2017 event will be played in Mulhouse, France from 7-16 April. 
Players must be born in 1998 or later.

The events will not count towards the BWF World Junior Rankings.

Here you will be able to find the relevant documents for the event. (when applicable)

Team event (7-11 April)
Regulations (team)  
Key dates 
Provisional schedule 
Online player nomination link 
Click here to see the entered teams 

Individual events (11-16 April)
Regulations (individual) 
Key dates 
Online entry link 

The seeding for the team event will be based on the results of the 2016 European U17 Team Championships, the 2015 European Junior Team Championships and the BWF World Junior Ranking.

The seeding for the individual events will be based on the last published BWF World Junior Ranking lists in 2016 (as all players born in 1998 will be removed by 1 January 2017).