Women´s U19 World Championships

  GoldSilverBronze
Sweden611
Finland161
Switzerland113
Czech Republic3

Final Round played every even year with 16 teams, with regional qualifications held approx. 8 months prior to the final round.

 

9th Women’s U19 WFC 2020 – Uppsala, Sweden

8th Women’s U19 WFC 2018 – St. Gallen & Herisau, Switzerland

7th Women’s U19 WFC 2016 – Belleville, ON, Canada

6th Women’s U19 WFC 2014 – Babimost, Rakoniewice, & Zbaszyn, Poland

5th Women’s U19 WFC 2012 – Nitra, Slovakia

4th Women’s U19 WFC 2010 – Olomouc, Czech Republic

3rd Women’s U19 WFC 2008 – Babimost, Wolsztyn, & Zbaszyn, Poland

2nd Women’s U19 WFC 2006 – Naunhof & Leipzig, Germany

1st Women’s U19 WFC 2004 – Tampere, Finland

 

Event Evolution

2004 – 8 teams divided into two groups. Played over 5 days

2006 – 11 teams divided into two groups. Played over 7 days

2008 – 11 teams divided into A- & B-divisions. A-division with 8 teams in two groups. B-division with 3 teams in one group. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2010 – 12 teams divided into A- & B-divisions. A-division with 8 teams in two groups. B-division with 4 teams in one group. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2012 – 13 teams divided into A- & B-divisions. A-division with 8 teams in two groups. B-division with 5 teams in one group. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2014 – 13 teams divided into A- & B-divisions. A-division with 8 teams in two groups. B-division with 5 teams in one group. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days

2016 – 15 teams divided into A- & B-divisions. A-division with 8 teams in two groups. B-division with 7 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days. First time played outside of Europe.

2018 – 18 teams registered. Qualification held for the first time in Europe. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into A- & B-divisions, each with 8 teams in two groups. Loser of A-division relegated to B-division. Winner of B-division promoted to A-division. Played over 5 days.

2020 – 19 teams registered. Regional qualification played in Europe. Final Round played with 16 teams divided into four groups according to ranking and ballot draw. Qualification matches introduced. Winners of qualification matches play in top 8 at next WFC, losers play in lower 8. Top nine placed teams receive direct qualification to next WFC. Final round played over 5 days.

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