In June 2012 the EHF Congress in Monaco voted on the awarding of a number of YAC events to be played in the summers of 2014 and 2015.
The events were awarded to the following nations:
The tournament is planned to be carried out from 14 to 24 August 2014.
Two times the Polish federation have already hosted Younger Age Category events, the 1996 Women’s 20 and the 2002 Men’s 20 European Championship.
For the 2014 Men's 18 European Championship they plan to play the matches in AWFiS Hall (Gdańsk) and Hala Sportowo-Widowiskowa (Gdynia).
Poland has also successfully bidden for the Men’s EHF EURO 2016 and will furthermore host the Women's 17 European Championship in August 2013.
Poland was the only applicant as FYR Macedonia withdrew their bid.
The tournament is planned to be carried out from 24 July to 3 August 2014.
The only bid to host the 2014 Men's 20 European Championship came from the federation of Austria, who already organised four European tournaments before, the 1997 Women’s 18 and the 2005 Women’s 17 European Championship as well as the Men’s EHF EURO 2010 and the 2012 Men's 18 European Championship.
Planned venues for the event are Tips Arena in Linz and HAKA Arena in Traun.
The tournament is planned to be carried out from 13 to 23 August 2015.
For this tournament, only one federation placed a bid.
FYR Macedonia, hosts of the Women’s EHF EURO 2008 proposed to organise the 2015 Women's 17 European Championship in two venues, Boris Trajkovski Sports Hall (Skopje) and Biljanini Izvori Sports Hall (Ohrid).
The tournament is planned to be carried out from 23 July to 2 August 2015.
The Women's 19 European Championship had to be newly awarded. Spain, Montenegro, Portugal, Romania and Slovakia submitted their bids to the EHF EURO Events department.
At the EHF Executive Committee meeting on 14 December 2012 an analysis of the five bids for the event was presented and discussed.
The committee then decided to award the event to Portugal. The venues for the event will be Odivelas and Espinho.