European Universities Beach Volleyball Championships

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European Universities Beach Volleyball Championships were the first organised in 2004. Apart from 2014, they have been organized annually.

The European Universities Beach Volleyball Championships are coordinated by the European University Sports Association along with the 18 other sports on the program of the European universities championships.

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Overview of European Universities Beach Volleyball Championships
Location Nb of countries Nb of teams Nb of participants Men Women
Winner Finalist Bronze Medallist Winner Finalist Bronze Medallist
2004 Klagenfurt
 Austria
11 27 * University of Bayreuth
 Germany
University of Ljubljana
 Slovenia
University of Klagenfurt
 Austria
Academy of Physical Education and Sport Gdansk
 Poland
University of Vienna
 Austria
University of Jena
 Germany
2005 Portorož
 Slovenia
14 39 * University of Primorska
 Slovenia
University of Ljubljana
 Slovenia
University of Ljubljana II
 Slovenia
University of J.E. Purkyne
 Czech Republic
University of Munich
 Germany
Technical University of Dresden
 Germany
2006 Latina
 Italy
17 39 100 University of Grenada
 Spain
Humboldt University of Berlin
 Germany
University of Tübingen
 Germany
Humboldt University of Berlin
 Germany
University of Ljubljana
 Slovenia
Technical University of Gliwice
 Poland
2007 Valencia
 Spain
18 41 120 University of Klagenfurt
 Austria
University of Berlin
 Germany
University of Malaga
 Spain
University of Cologne
 Germany
University of Vienna
 Austria
Catholic University of Murcia
 Spain
2008 Antalya
 Turkey
15 34 88 Transcarpathian University
 Ukraine
University of Brno
 Czech Republic
University of Klagenfurt
 Austria
Estonian Business School
 Estonia
Estonian Business School
 Estonia
University of Ljubljana
 Slovenia
2009 Gdynia
 Poland
13 26 76 University of Lodz
 Poland
University of Rostock
 Germany
Malaga University
 Spain
Estonian Business School
 Estonia
Estonian Business School
 Estonia
Malaga University
 Spain
2010 Kazan
 Russia
9 27 72 University of Lodz
 Poland
Technical Federal Institute Zürich ETH
  Switzerland
University of Bern
  Switzerland
Moscow Institute of Business and Law
 Russia
University of Potsdam
 Germany
Graduate School of Finance and Management in Bialystok
 Poland
2011 Malaga
 Spain
14 43 103 University of Lodz 1
 Poland
University of Malaga 1
 Spain
Polytechnic Institute of Porto
 Portugal
San Antonio C.U.
 Spain
University of Vienna 1
 Austria
University of Vienna 2
 Austria
2012 European Universities Games Cordoba
 Spain
14 31 * University of Alicante
 Spain
University of Lodz
 Poland
University of Malaga
 Spain
University of Economics Prague
 Czech Republic
Warsaw University of Technology
 Poland
Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice
 Poland
2013 Oporto
 Portugal
17 43 150 University of Lodz 1
 Poland
University of Lodz 2
 Poland
University of Kiel
 Germany
University of Fernando Pessoa
 Portugal
Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice
 Poland
University of Hamburg
 Germany
2014 Rotterdam
 Netherlands
Not attributed
2015 Larnaca
 Cyprus
* * * * * * * * *
2016 EUG,Zagreb&Rijeka
 Croatia
* * * * * * * * *
2017 Split
 Croatia
* * * * * * * * *
2018 EUG,Coimbra??
 Portugal
* * * * * * * * *

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