Europameisterschaften Männer

Jahr   Organisator Gold Silber Bronze
2019 FRA/NED/BEL/SLO Serbia Slovenia Poland
2017 Polen Russia Germany Serbia
2015 Bulgaria/Italy France Slovenia Italy
2013 Poland/Denmark Russia Italy Serbia
2011 Austria/Czech Rep. Serbia Italy Poland
2009 Turkey (TUR) Poland France Bulgaria
2007 Moscow (RUS) Spain Russia Serbia
2005 Rome (ITA) Italy Russia Serbia
2003 Berlin (GER) Italy France Russia
2001 Ostrava (CZE) Yugoslavia Italy Russia
1999 Vienna (AUT) Italy Russia Yugoslavia
1997 Eindhoven (NED) Netherlands Yugoslavia Italy
1995 Athens (GRE) Italy Netherlands Yugoslavia
1993 Turku (FIN) Italy Netherlands Russia
1991 Berlin (GER) Soviet Union Italy Netherlands
1989 Stockholm (SWE) Italy Sweden Netherlands
1987 Gand (BEL) Soviet Union France Greece
1985 Amsterdam (HOL) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia France
1983 Berlin East (DDR) Soviet Union Poland Bulgaria
1981 Varna (BUL) Soviet Union Poland Bulgaria
1979 Paris (FRA) Soviet Union Poland Yugoslavia
1977 Helsinki (FIN) Soviet Union Poland Romania
1975 Belgrad (YUG) Soviet Union Poland Yugoslavia
1971 Milano (ITA) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Romania
1967 Istanbul (TUR) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland
1963 Bucarest (ROM) Romania Hungary Soviet Union
1958 Praque (TCH) Czechoslovakia Romania Soviet Union
1955 Bucarest (ROM) Czechoslovakia Romania Bulgaria
1951 Paris (FRA) Soviet Union Bulgaria France
1950 Sofia (BUL) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Hungary
1948 Rome (ITA) Czechoslovakia France Italy

Europameisterschaften Frauen

Jahr   Organisator Gold Silber Bronze
2019 CZE/POL/HUN/TUR Serbia Turkey Italy
2017 Aserbaidschan / Georgien Serbia Netherlands Turkey
2015 Belgium/Netherland Russia Netherlands Serbia
2013 Germany/Switzerland Russia Germany Belgium
2011 Serbia/Italy Serbia Germany Turkey
2009 Poland (POL) Italy Netherlands Poland
2007 Belgium/Luxembourg Italy Serbia Russia
2005 Zagreb (CRO) Poland Italy Russia
2003 Ankara (TUR) Poland Turkey Germany
2001 Sofia (BUL) Russia Italy Bulgaria
1999 Rome (ITA) Russia Croatia Italy
1997 Brno, Zlin (CZE) Russia Croatia Czech Republic
1995 Arnhem (NED) Netherlands Croatia Russia
1993 Brno (CZE) Russia Czech Republic Ukraine
1991 Rome (ITA) Soviet Union Netherlands Germany
1989 Karlsuhe (GER) Soviet Union East Germany Italy
1987 Gand (BEL) East Germany Soviet Union Czechoslovakia
1985 Arnhem (HOL) Soviet Union East Germany Netherlands
1983 Rostock (GDR) East Germany Soviet Union Hungary
1981 Sofia (BUL) Bulgaria Soviet Union Hungary
1979 Lyon (FRA) Soviet Union East Germany Bulgaria
1977 Tampere (FIN) Soviet Union East Germany Hungary
1975 Belgrad (YUG) Soviet Union Hungary East Germany
1971 Reggio Emilia (ITA) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland
1967 Smyrn (TUR) Soviet Union Poland Czechoslovakia
1963 Costanza (ROM) Soviet Union Poland Romania
1958 Praque (TCH) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland
1955 Bucarest (ROM) Czechoslovakia Soviet Union Poland
1951 Paris (FRA) Soviet Union Poland Yugoslavia
1950 Sofia (BUL) Soviet Union Poland Czechoslovakia
1949 Praque (TCH) Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland

Europameisterschaften gibt es seit 1948

Die ersten Europameisterschaften wurden 1948 bei den Männern in Rom und 1949 bei den Frauen in Prag ausgetragen. Langezeit dominierten die beiden Teams aus der ehemaligen Sowjetunion. Die Titel führen auch heute noch über die Teams aus Osteuropa.