2023 EUROPEAN U17 CHAMPIONSHIPS                                                                                                            VILNIUS - LITHUANIA

      


 
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TECHNICAL OFFICIALS
Referee team
Stephen Temple (WAL)
Christos Evangelidis (GRE)
Darius Likas (LTU)

Umpires selected for the Event 

PREVIOUS HOSTS
2021: Podčetrtek (Slovenia)
2019:
Gniezno (Poland)
2017:
Prague (Czech Republic)
2016:
Lubin (Poland)
2014: Ankara (Turkey)
2011:
Caldas da Rainha (Portugal)
2009: Medvode (Slovenia)
2007: Istanbul (Turkey)
2005: Brno (Czech Republic)
2003: Dublin (Ireland)
2001: Neerpelt (Belgium)

 
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PARTICIPANTS
Team Event
Click here to see the list of entered teams  

All participating Members must be represented at the Team Managers Meeting.

The Team Managers Meeting of the Team Event will be held on Thursday 3 August at 20h in the tournament venue / hotel Urbihop.

Individual Event
Click here to see the list of entered players  

All participating Members must be represented at the Team Managers Meeting.

The Team Managers Meeting of the Individual Event will be held on Monday 7 August at 20h in the tournament venue / hotel Urbihop.

2021 INDIVIDUAL WINNERS
MS Alex Lanier (FRA)
WS Kaloyana Nalbantova (BUL)
MD Baptiste Labarthe/Alex Lanier (FRA)
WD Daria Kharlampovich/Galina Lisochkina (RUS)
XD Jonathan Melgaard/Maria Højlund Tommerup (DEN)

Click here for the results of the 2021 European U17 Championships  

2021 TEAM WINNERS
1. Russia
2. France
3. Czech Republic and Denmark

Click here for the results of the 2021 European U17 Team Championships  

 
General Information
The European U17 Championships is an event for U17 players organized by Badminton Europe every second year. From 2017 onwards, the event is played in uneven years.

Both a team event and an individual event in all five disciplines are played during the competition.
 
The 2023 European U17 Championships will be played in Vilnius, Lithuania from 4 to 12 August 2023.

Players born in 2007 or later are eligible to participate.

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

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

Team Event

Regulations  (NEW 30/1/2023)
Invitation 
Key dates 

Individual Event
Regulations  (NEW 30/1/2023)
Invitation 
Key dates 
Provisional schedule 

Accommodation form 
Accreditation form
Transport form 
Catering form 

SEEDING / DRAW
Team Event

The seeding of the team event has been made by Badminton Europe and has been calculated according to Regulation 7 of the European U17 Team Championships Regulations. The calculation is based on:

- the BEC European U17 Ranking,
- the last played European U17 Team Championships,
- the last played European U15 Championships.

The number of teams seeded in a first layer is equivalent to the number of groups (8). These teams were placed in order in position 1 in each group:
1. France
2. Ukraine
3. Türkiye
4. Czech Republic
5. Denmark
6. Poland
7. Romania
8. Spain

The number of teams seeded in a second layer is equivalent to the number of groups (8). These teams were drawn randomly into position 2 in each group:
Belgium, England, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Portugal, Switzerland

The draw of the group stage was done live on 24 July 2023 and can be found on www.badmintoneurope.tv and on Tournament Software

Individual event

The seeding for the individual event was done using the BEC European U17 Ranking of 24 July 2023 and can be found here.

The draw was done on Tuesday 25 July 2023 and can be found here

More info in Badminton Europe´s Competition Regulations.

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