5th April 2017: Following confirmation from the EHF Executive Board, we are delighted to announce the 2018 EuroHockey U18 Youth Championships will take place on the following dates at the venues stated. Participating nations are qualified for pools and divisions based on their final ranking from the 2016 competition.

José Antonio Gil, General Secretary, Spanish Hockey Federation said “The Spanish Hockey Federation and the City council of Santander are very proud to receive the confidence of the European Hockey Federation to host the next Eurohockey Under 18 Championship Boys&Girls. This is a great opportunity to promote Hockey in our country with one of the most important hockey events in Europe. We would like to welcome in Santander to all participant’s teams, families and supporters to this great party of European Hockey.” 

Boy’s Championship

Teams:              Pool A: GER, ENG, ESP, POL          Pool B: NED, BEL, IRL, FRA

Venue:              Santander (ESP)

Dates:               Sunday 15- Saturday 21 July 2018

Boy’s Championship II

Teams:              Pool A: ITA, AUT, RUS, BLR           Pool B: CZE, SCO, SUI, WAL

Venue:              Cardiff (WAL)

Dates:               Sunday 22- Saturday 28 July 2018

Boy’s Championship III

Teams:              Pool A: UKR, HUN, FIN      Pool B: TUR, CYP, LTU, CRO

Venue:              Konya (TUR)

Dates:               Sunday 15- Saturday 21 July 2018

Girl’s Championship

Teams:              Pool  A: NED, BEL, ESP, FRA           Pool B: GER, ENG, IRL, BLR

Venue:              Santander (ESP)

Dates:               Sunday 15- Saturday 21 July 2018

Girl’s Championship II

Teams:              Pool A: RUS, SCO, LTU, WAL         Pool B: POL, CZE, ITA, AUT

Venue:              Rakovník (CZE)

Dates:               Sunday 15- Saturday 21 July 2018

Girl’s Championship III

Teams:              One Pool: UKR, SUI, GIB, TUR, CRO

Venue:              Konya (TUR)

Dates:               Sunday 15- Saturday 21 July 2018

 

Note: The withdrawal date for all tournaments in this competition is 15 January 2018.
Any National Association withdrawing after that date may be subject to a fine or other disciplinary action by EHF. See current EHF Youth Championship Regulations for further details.