EUROPEAN UNDER 17 TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS (POLONIA CUP until 2005)

EXPERIMENTAL TOURNAMENTS:

1987 Strasbourg
1. Poland, 2. USSR, 3. Austria, 4. Norway, 5. Finland, 6. Switzerland, 7. Belgium, 8. Wales, 9. France, 10. Iceland, 11. Spain, 12. Italy

1989 Cadiz
1. USSR, 2. Poland, 3. Norway, 4. Austria, 5. France, 6. Portugal, 7. Switzerland, 8. Spain, 9. Iceland

OFFICIAL SERIES:

1990 Cetniewo, Poland 
1. USSR, 2. Poland, 3. F. R. Germany, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. Bulgaria, 6. Norway, 7. Austria, 8. Spain, 9. Switzerland, 10. France, 11. Belgium, 12. Hungary

1991 Kristiansand, Norway
1. USSR, 2. Poland, 3. Norway, 4. Finland, 5. Switzerland, 6. Spain, 7. France, 8. Belgium

1992 Barcelona, Spain
1. Spain, 2. Belgium, 3. Switzerland, 4. Portugal, 5. France, 6. Italy

1993 Neerpelt, Belgium
1. Poland, 2. Switzerland, 3. Norway, 4. Austria, 5. France, 6. Hungary, 7. Belgium, 8. Spain, 9. Portugal

1995 Cardiff, Wales
1. Russia, 2. Poland, 3. Wales, 4. Lithuania, 5. Scotland, 6. Czech Republic, 7. France, 8. Switzerland, 9. Austria, 10. Belgium, 11. Spain

1997 Istanbul, Turkey
1. Russia, 2. Czech Republic, 3. England, 4. France, 5. Poland, 6. Portugal, 7. Spain, 8. Switzerland, 9. Wales, 10. Bulgaria, 11. Belgium, 12. Austria, 13. Estonia, 14. Hungary, 15. Slovenia, 16. Romania, 17. Israel, 18. Cyprus, 19. Moldavia, 20. Turkey, 21. Greece.

1999 Spala, Poland
1. Russia, 2. Poland, 3. Estonia, 4. Bulgaria, 5. Belgium, 6. Switzerland, 7. Lithuania, 8. Czech Republic, 9. Spain, 10. Wales, 11. Portugal, 12. Scotland, 13. Slovenia, 14. Slovak Republic, 15. Italy, 16. Moldavia, 17. Hungary, 18. Ireland, 19. Austria, 20. Romania, 21. Latvia, 22. Cyprus, 23. Israel.

2001 Neerpelt, Belgium
1. Russia, 2. Poland, 3. Switzerland, 4. Slovenia, 5. Spain, 6. Portugal, 7. Netherlands, 8. Croatia, 9. Czech Republic, 10. Austria, 11. Belgium, 12. Cyprus, 13. Hungary, 14. Lithuania, 15. Ireland, 16. Greece, 17. Wales, 18. Latvia, 19. Belarus, 20. Turkey, 21. Estonia.

2003 Dublin, Ireland
1. Russia, 2. Poland, 3. Belgium, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Switzerland, 6. Slovenia, 7. Austria, 8. Ireland, 9. Estonia, 10. Slovakia, 11. Turkey, 12. Cyprus, 13. Croatia, 14. Spain, 15. Portugal, 16. Wales, 17. Italy, 18. Norway.

2005 Brno, Czech Republic
1. Denmark, 2. Russia, 3. Spain, 4. Belgium, 5. Scotland, 6. Austria, 7. Turkey, 8. Poland, 9. Slovakia, 10. Switzerland, 11. Ukraine, 12. Czech Republic, 13. Croatia, 14. Estonia, 15. Ireland, 16. Norway, 17. Slovenia, 18. Wales, 19. Hungary, 20. Italy, 21. Lithuania, 22. Cyprus, 23. Portugal, 24. Latvia

2007 Istanbul, Turkey
1. Denmark, 2. Ukraine, 3. France, 4. Poland, 5. Russia, 6. Belgium, 7. Spain, 8. Austria, 9. Turkey, 10. Wales, 11. Scotland, 12. Switzerland, 13. Ireland, 14. Hungary, 15. Estonia, 16. Slovakia, 17. Czech Republic, 18. Slovenia, 19. Portugal, 20. Romania, 21. Lithuania, 22. Norway, 23. Greece, 24. Croatia,
25. Cyprus, 26. Italy, 27. Belarus, 28. Iceland.

2009 Medvode, Slovenia
1. Denmark, 2. Russia, 3. Turkey and Ukraine, 5. Spain, France, Poland and England, 9. Scotland, Sweden, Wales, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland 17. Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Lithuania, Ireland, Israel, Austria, 25. Norway, Switzerland, Latvia, Estonia, Iceland, Italy, Serbia, Slovenia

2011 Caldas da Rainha, Portugal
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Turkey and Russia, 5. Germany, France, Belgium and Slovakia, 9. Netherlands, Bulgaria, Sweden, Romania, Spain, Poland, 17. Finland, Portugal, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Croatia, Lithuania, Slovenia, 25. Greece, Latvia, Estonia, Cyprus, Norway, Iceland and Armenia

2014 Ankara, Turkey
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. France and Turkey, 5. Russia, Germany, Slovenia and Sweden, 9. Estonia, Spain, Israel, Poland, Netherlands, Hungary, 17. Ukraine, Austria, Czech Republic, Romania, Switzerland, Scotland, Cyprus, 25. Lithuania, Norway, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium, Finland, Iceland. 32. Slovakia, Croatia, Latvia

2016 Lubin, Poland
1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. France and Turkey, 5. Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Sweden, 9. Belarus, Ireland, The Netherlands, Poland, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, 17. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Israel, Russia, Switzerland, 25. Cyprus, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Wales, 33. Norway

2017 Prague, Czech Republic
1. Denmark, 2. Turkey, 3. Scotland and England, 5. Czech Republic, France, Germany, Russia, 9. Estonia, Portugal, Ukraine, Poland, Italy, Croatia, The Netherlands, Sweden, 17. Lithuania, Israel, Slovenia, Belarus, Belgium, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Finland, 26. Hungary, Moldova, Ireland, Latvia, Norway, Austria, Cyprus, Greece, Spain, 35. Faroe islands, Switzerland