European Judo Championships

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European Judo Championships
Current event or competition:
2024 European Judo Championships
Competition details
DisciplineJudo
TypeAnnual
OrganiserEuropean Judo Union (EJU)
History
First edition1951 in Paris, France
Editions72M / 49W (2023)
Most recentMontpellier 2023

The European Judo Championships is the Judo European Championship organized by the European Judo Union.[1][2] The 2015 and 2019 editions were held during the respective European Games. This is also expected for future editions of the European Games.

Senior Editions[edit]

Men's Competitions[edit]

Year Edition Dates Host Events Ref.
1951 1 5–6 December France Paris, France 6 [3]
1952 2 9–12 December France Paris, France 7 [4]
1953 3 29–30 October United Kingdom London, United Kingdom 2 [5]
1954 4 10–11 December Belgium Brussels, Belgium 5 [6]
1955 5 4 December France Paris, France 6 [7]
1957 6 10 November Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands 9 [8]
1958 7 10–11 May Spain Barcelona, Spain 9 [9]
1959 8 9 May Austria Vienna, Austria 9 [10]
1960 9 13–15 May Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands 9 [11]
1961 10 13 May Italy Milan, Italy 9 [12]
1962 11 12–14 May West Germany Essen, West Germany 13 [13]
1963 12 11 May Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland 9 [14]
1964 13 25–26 April East Germany East Berlin, East Germany 12 [15]
1965 14 23–24 April Spain Madrid, Spain 13 [16]
1966 15 6–7 May Luxembourg Luxembourg, Luxembourg 7 [17]
1967 16 11–13 May Italy Rome, Italy 7 [18]
1968 17 17–19 May Switzerland Lausanne, Switzerland 7 [19]
1969 18 15–18 May Belgium Ostend, Belgium 7 [20]
1970 19 21–24 May East Germany East Berlin, East Germany 7 [21]
1971 20 22–23 May Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden 7 [22]
1972 21 12–14 May Netherlands Voorburg, Netherlands 7 [23]
1973 22 12–13 May Spain Madrid, Spain 7 [24]

Men's and Women's Competitions[edit]

Combined Competitions[edit]

Year Edition M Edition W Dates Host Events Ref.
1987 36 13 7–10 May France Paris, France 16 [51]
1988 37 14 19–22 May Spain Pamplona, Spain 16 [52]
1989 38 15 11–14 May Finland Helsinki, Finland 16 [53]
1990 39 16 10–13 May Germany Frankfurt, Germany 16 [54]
1991 40 17 16–19 May Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia 16 [55]
1992 41 18 4–7 May France Paris, France 16 [56]
1993 42 19 1–2 May Greece Athens, Greece 16 [57]
1994 43 20 19–22 May Poland Gdańsk, Poland 16 [58]
1995 44 21 11–14 May United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom 16 [59]
1996 45 22 16–19 May Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands 16 [60]
1997 46 23 8–11 May Belgium Ostend, Belgium 16 [61]
1998 47 24 14–17 May Spain Oviedo, Spain 16 [62]
1999 48 25 20–23 May Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia 16 [63]
2000 49 26 18–21 May Poland Wrocław, Poland 16 [64]
2001 50 27 18–20 May France Paris, France 16 [65]
2002 51 28 16–18 May Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia 16 [66]
2003 52 29 16–18 May Germany Düsseldorf, Germany 16 [67]
2004 53 30 14–16 May Romania Bucharest, Romania 14 [68]
2005 54 31 20–22 May Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands 14 [69]
2006 55 32 26–28 May Finland Tampere, Finland 14 [70]
2007 56 33 6–8 April Serbia Belgrade, Serbia 14 [71][72]
2008 57 34 11–13 April Portugal Lisbon, Portugal 14 [73][74]
2009 58 35 24–26 April Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia 14 [75][76][77]
2010 59 36 22–25 April Austria Vienna, Austria 16 [78][79][80]
2011 60 37 21–24 April Turkey Istanbul, Turkey 16 [81][82][83]
2012 61 38 26–29 April Russia Chelyabinsk, Russia 16 [84][85][86]
2013 62 39 25–28 April Hungary Budapest, Hungary 16 [87][88][89]
2014 63 40 24–27 April France Montpellier, France 16 [90][91][92]
2015 64 41 25–28 June Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan 18 [93][94][95]
2016 65 42 21–24 April Russia Kazan, Russia 16 [96][97][98]
2017 66 43 20–23 April Poland Warsaw, Poland 16 [99][100][101]
2018 67 44 26–28 April Israel Tel Aviv, Israel 14 [102][103][104]
2019 68 45 22–25 June Belarus Minsk, Belarus 15 [105][106][107]
2020 69 46 19–21 November Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic 14 [108][109]
2021 70 47 16–18 April Portugal Lisbon, Portugal 14 [110][111][112]
2022 71 48 29 April–1 May Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria 14 [113]
2023 72 49 3–5 November France Montpellier, France 14 [114]
2024 73 50 25–28 April Croatia Zagreb, Croatia 15 [115][116]
2025 74 51 Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro 14 [117]

Openweight[edit]

Year Edition Dates Host Events Ref.
2004 1 4 December Hungary Budapest, Hungary 2 [118]
2005 2 3 December Russia Moscow, Russia [119]
2006 3 9 December Serbia Novi Sad, Serbia [120]
2007 4 1 December Poland Warsaw, Poland [121][122]

Open[edit]

Year Edition Dates Host Events Ref.
2023 1 16 December Kosovo Pristina, Kosovo 2 [123][124]

Team[edit]

Year Competitions Dates Host Ref.
Men's Competitions
1973 M 10–13 May Spain Madrid, Spain [125]
1974 M 2–5 May United Kingdom London, Great Britain [126]
1975 M 11 May France Lyon, France [127]
1976 M 9 May Soviet Union Kyiv, Soviet Union [128]
1977 M 11–15 May West Germany Ludwigshafen, West Germany [129]
1978 M 21–22 October France Paris, France [130]
1979 M 20 October Italy Brescia, Italy [131]
1980 M 25 October Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands [132]
1982 M 2–3 October Italy Milan, Italy [133]
1984 M 27–28 October France Paris, France [134]
Separated Men's and Women's Competitions
1985 M W 9–10 November Belgium Brussels, Belgium [135]
1986 M W 4–5 October Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Novi Sad, Yugoslavia [136]
1987 M W 9–11 October France Paris, France [137]
1988 M W 29–30 October Belgium Visé, Belgium [138]
1989 M W 28–29 October Austria Vienna, Austria [139]
1990 M W 27–28 October Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia [140]
1991 M W 26–27 October Netherlands 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands [141]
1992 M W 24–25 October Austria Leonding, Austria [142]
1993 M W 23–24 October Germany Frankfurt, Germany [143]
1994 M W 22–23 October Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands [144]
1995 M W 14–15 October Slovakia Trnava, Slovakia [145]
1996 M W 19–20 October Russia Saint Petersburg, Russia [146]
1997 M W 25–26 October Italy Rome, Italy [147]
1998 M W 17–18 October Austria Villach, Austria [148]
1999 M W 23–24 October Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [149]
2000 M W 18–19 October Belgium Aalst, Belgium [150]
2001 M W 29 Sep, 20–21 Oct, 15–16 Dec Spain Madrid, Spain [151][152][153]
2002 M W 19 October Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia [154]
2003 M W 19 May Germany Düsseldorf, Germany [155]
W 25 October Romania Oradea, Romania [156]
M 6 December United Kingdom London, Great Britain [157]
2004 M W 24 October France Paris, France [158]
2005 M W 22–23 October Hungary Debrecen, Hungary [159]
2006 M W 28 October Serbia Belgrade, Serbia [160]
2007 M W 27 October Belarus Minsk, Belarus [161]
2008 M W 25 October Russia Moscow, Russia [162]
2009 M W 3 October Hungary Miskolc, Hungary [163][164]
2010 M W 25 April Austria Vienna, Austria [165][166]
2011 M W 24 April Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [167][168]
2012 M W 29 April Russia Chelyabinsk, Russia [169][170]
2013 M W 28 April Hungary Budapest, Hungary [171][172]
2014 M W 27 April France Montpellier, France [173][174]
2015 M W 28 June Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan [93][175]
2016 M W 24 April Russia Kazan, Russia [96][176]
2017 M W 23 April Poland Warsaw, Poland [99][177][178]

Mixed Team[edit]

Year Competition Dates Host Countries Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
2018 Mixed 18 July Russia Yekaterinburg, Russia 21  Germany  Netherlands  Russia  Ukraine [179][180][181]
2019 Mixed 25 June Belarus Minsk, Belarus 16  Russia  Portugal  France  Austria [105][182]
2021 Mixed 27 November Russia Ufa, Russia 16  Georgia  Netherlands  Russia  Turkey [183][184]
2022 Mixed 12 November France Mulhouse, France 14  France  Netherlands  Germany  Turkey [185]
2023 Mixed 1 July Poland Kraków, Poland 22  Georgia  Germany  Netherlands  Italy [186][187]
2024 Mixed 28 April Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [116]

Youth Championship[edit]

Judo European Youth Championship organized by the European Judo Union.

Event First
European U23 Judo Championships 2003
European Junior Judo Championships (U21) 1960
European Cadet Judo Championships (U18) 2000
European Veterans Judo Championships 2009
European Kata Judo Championships 2008

Veterans Championship[edit]

European Veterans Judo Championships organized by the European Judo Union since 2009.[188]

Year Edition Dates Host Ref
2009 1 12–14 November Italy Lignano, Italy
2010 2 7–10 October Croatia Poreč, Croatia
2011 3 10–13 November Austria Leibnitz, Austria
2012 4 10–13 May Poland Opole, Poland
2013 5 13–16 June France Paris, France
2014 6 26–29 June Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
2015 7 28–31 May Hungary Balatonfüred, Hungary
2016 8 23–26 June Croatia Poreč, Croatia
2017 9 15–18 June Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
2018 10 14–17 June United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom
2019 11 25–28 July Spain Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
2022 12 2–5 June Greece Heraklion, Greece

Not held in 2020 and 2021.

European Club Championships[edit]

All-time medal table (1951 - 2022)[edit]

List of European Judo Championships medalists

This table include all medals in the individual and team competitions won at the European Judo Championships as well as at the separate European Judo Team Championships and separate European Judo Open Championships.

Updated after the 2022 European Judo Championships.[citation needed]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France239165247651
2 Netherlands10585161351
3 Germany94113275482
4 Soviet Union916170222
5 Russia696594228
6 Great Britain5575130260
7 Belgium484099187
8 Georgia403353126
9 Italy285698182
10 Spain273675138
11 Austria263675137
12 Poland213481136
13 Hungary193056105
14 Romania19143366
15 Ukraine16103561
16 Azerbaijan13162554
17 Portugal1192040
18 Turkey1143045
19 Slovenia10103151
20 Israel10102646
21 Kosovo831122
22 Belarus7102845
23 Switzerland582336
24 Finland35614
25 Estonia341219
26 Czechoslovakia292536
27 Sweden262129
28 Armenia2349
29 Greece22711
30 CIS2259
31 Albania2237
32 Czech Republic2158
33 Bulgaria1101930
34 Yugoslavia161926
35 Serbia1528
36 Moldova14611
37 Bosnia and Herzegovina1326
38 England1001
39 Latvia03710
40 Slovakia0336
41 Mongolia0202
42 Denmark01910
43 Croatia0189
44 Lithuania0156
45 Cyprus0033
46 Brazil0011
 Ireland0011
Totals (47 entries)99899619493943

See also[edit]

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External links[edit]