Places of Tournament

Men

Year Date Place
1951 5–6 December Paris, France
1952 9–12 December Paris, France
1953 29–30 October London, United Kingdom
1954 10–11 December Brussel, Belgium
1955 4 December Paris, France
1957 10 November Rotterdam, Netherlands
1958 10–11 May Barcelona, Spain
1959 9 May Vienna, Austria
1960 13–15 May Amsterdam, Netherlands
1961 13 May Milan, Italy
1962 12–14 May Essen, NSR
1963 11 May Geneva, Switzerland
1964 25–26  April West Berlin, NSR
1965 23–24 April Madrid, Spain
1966 6–7 May Luxembourg, Luxembourg
1967 11–13 May Rome, Italy
1968 17–19 May Lausanne, Switzerland
1969 15–18 May Ostend, Belgium
1970 21–24 May East Berlin, East Germany
1971 22–23 May Gothenburg, Sweden
1972 12–14 May Voorburg, Netherlands
1973 12–13 May Madrid, Spain
1974 2–5 May London, United Kingdom
1975 8–11 May Lyon, France
1976 6–9 May Kyiv, USSR
1977 6–9 May Ludwigshafen, NSR
1978 5–7 May Helsinki, Finland
1979 24–27 May Brussels, Belgium
1980 15–18 May Vienna, Austria
1981 14–17 May Debrecen, Hungary
1982 13–16 May Rostock, NDR
1983 12–15 May Paris, France
1984 3–6 May Liège, Belgium
1985 9–12 May Hamar, Norway
1986 8–11 May Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Women

Year Date Place
1975 12–13 December Munich, NSR
1976 9–12 December Vienna, Austria
1977 1–2 October Arlon, Belgium
1978 11 November Cologne, NSR
1979 5–6 April Kerkrade, Netherlands
1980 15–16 March Udine, Italy
1981 27–29 March Madrid, Spain
1982 13–14 March Oslo, Norway
1983 5–6 March Genoa, Italy
1984 17–18 March Pirmasens, NSR
1985 15–17 March Landskrona, Sweden
1986 15–16 March London, United Kingdom

Men and Women

Rok Datum Místo
1987 7–10 May Paris, France
1988 19–22 May Pamplona, Spain
1989 11–14 May Helsinki, Finland
1990 10–13 May Frankfurt, Germany
1991 16–19 May Prague, Czechoslovakia
1992 4–7 May Paris, France
1993 1–2 May Athens, Greece
1994 19–22 May Gdańsk, Poland
1995 11–14 May Birmingham, Great Britain
1996 16–19 May Hague, Netherlands
1997 8–11 May Ostend, Belgium
1998 14–17 May Oviedo, Spain
1999 20–23 May Bratislava, Slovakia
2000 18–21 May Wrocław, Poland
2001 18–20 May Paris, France
2002 16–18 May Maribor, Slovenia
2003 16–18 May Düsseldorf, Germany
2004 14–16 May Bucharest, Romania
2005 20–22 May Rotterdam, Netherlands
2006 26–28 May Tampere, Finland
2007 6–8 April Belegrade, Serbia
2008 11–13 April Lisbon, Portugal
2009 24–26 April Tbilisi, Georgia
2010 22–25 April Vienna, Austria
2011 21–24 April Istanbul, Turkey
2012 26–29 April Chelyabinsk, Russia
2013 25–28 April Budapest, Hungary
2014 24–27 April Montpellier, France
2015 25–28 June Baku, Azerbaijan (European Games)
2016 21–24 April Kazan, Russia
2017 20–23 April Warsaw, Poland
2018 26–28 April Tel Aviv, Israel
2019 22–25 June Minsk, Belarus (Euopean Games)
2020 8–10 November Prague, Czech republic