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The European Youth Table Tennis Championships were first held in 1955 in Stuttgart. The tournament has been held yearly (except 1960, 1963, 1964). Juniors (under 18) and Cadets (under 15).

Edition Year Host City Country Events (J+C)
1 1955 Stuttgart  West Germany 5+0
2 1956 Opatija  Yugoslavia 6+0
3 1957 Donaueschingen  West Germany 7+0
4 1958 Falkenberg  Sweden 7+0
5 1959 Constanta  Romania 7+0
6 1961 Bad Blankenburg Template:GDR 7+0
7 1962 Bled  Yugoslavia 7+0
8 1965 Prague  Czechoslovakia 7+0
9 1966 Szombathely  Hungary 7+2
10 1967 Vejle  Denmark 7+0
11 1968 Leningrad  Soviet Union 7+2
12 1969 Obertraun  Austria 7+4
13 1970 Teeside  ENG 7+2
14 1971 Ostende  Belgium 6+4
15 1972 Vejle  Denmark 7+0
16 1973 Athens  Greece 7+0
17 1974 Göppingen  West Germany 7+4
18 1975 Zagreb  Yugoslavia 7+4
19 1976 Mödling  Austria 7+4
20 1977 Vichy  France 7+4
21 1978 Barcelona  Spain 7+4
22 1979 Rome  Italy 7+4
23 1980 Poland  Poland 7+4
24 1981 Topolcany  Czechoslovakia 7+4
25 1982 Hollabrunn  Austria 7+4
26 1983 Malmö  Sweden 7+6
27 1984 Linz  Austria 7+6
28 1985 The Hague  Netherlands 7+6
29 1986 Louvain-la-Neuve  Belgium 7+6
30 1987 Athens  Greece 7+7
31 1988 Novi Sad  Yugoslavia 7+7
32 1989 Luxembourg  Luxembourg 7+7
33 1990 Hollabrunn  Austria 7+7
34 1991 Granada  Spain 7+7
35 1992 Topolcany  Czechoslovakia 7+7
36 1993 Ljubljana  Slovenia 7+7
37 1994 Paris  France 7+7
38 1995 The Hague  Netherlands 7+7
39 1996 Frýdek-Místek  Czech Republic 7+7
40 1997 Topolcany  Slovakia 7+7
Edition Year Host City Country Events (J+C)
41 1998 Norcia  Italy 7+7
42 1999 Frýdek-Místek  Czech Republic 7+7
43 2000 Bratislava  Slovakia 7+7
44 2001 Terni  Italy 7+7
45 2002 Moscow  Russia 7+7
46 2003 Novi Sad  Serbia 7+7
47 2004 Budapest  Hungary 7+7
48 2005 Prague  Czech Republic 7+7
49 2006 Sarajevo  BIH 7+7
50 2007 Bratislava  Slovakia 7+7
51 2008 Terni  Italy 7+7
52 2009 Prague  Czech Republic 7+7
53 2010 Istanbul  Turkey 7+7
54 2011 Kazan  Russia 7+7
55 2012 Schwechat  Austria 7+7
56 2013 Ostrava  Czech Republic 7+7
57 2014 Riva del Garda  Italy 7+7
58 2015 Bratislava  Slovakia 7+7
59 2016 Zagreb  Croatia 7+7
60 2017 Guimarães  Portugal 7+7
61 2018 Cluj Napoca  Romania 7+7
62 2019 Ostrava  Czech Republic 7+7
63 2020 Zagreb  Croatia 7+7
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