2018 EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS                                                                                                   Tallinn - Estonia 


Referee team -
Ewald Cejnek, AUT
Ilkka Vainio, FIN
Artur Zaluzhnoi, EST (team event)
Laufey Sigurdardottir, ISL (individual event)

Umpires selected for the event 

The umpire's briefing will be held on Thursday, 6 September at 21:00 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia.

2017: Mulhouse (France)
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 2018 event will be played in Tallinn, Estonia from 7-16 September. 
Players must be born in 2000 or later.

The individual events will count towards the BWF World Junior Rankings.

Here you will be able to find the relevant documents for the event. 

Team event (7-11 September)
Regulations (team)  
Key dates 

The team managers' meeting of the team event will be held on 6 September at 20:00.

Individual events (11-16 September)
Regulations (individual) 
Key dates 

The team managers' meeting of the individual event will be held on 11 September immediately after the prize giving ceremony of the team event.

Booking forms/information
Information package
Visa form
Accommodation booking form 
Transport booking form 
Accreditation form 
Practice booking form 

Team event
The seeding for the team event is based on the results of the 2017 European U17 Team Championships, the 2017 European Junior Team Championships and the BWF Junior Rankings from 26/07/2018.

The seeded teams are:
1. Denmark
2. France
3/4. Russia and England
5/8. Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey and Scotland

The draw and the schedule of the group stage can be found here.

Individual event
The seeding for the individual events can be found here.

The draws can be found here.