Spain have won both completed editions; the third is in progess and concludes in March 2023.
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2023: third edition
The competition returns to concluding in odd-numbered years, with the format otherwise unchanged, two rounds of qualifying producing four finalists for a one-venue knockout tournament, the hosts appointed after the main round.
Preliminary round (matches 11–14 May 2022)
Through to main round: Netherlands
Also in group: Serbia (hosts), Northern Ireland, Latvia
Through to main round: Belgium, Slovakia*
Also in group: Gibraltar (hosts), Moldova
Through to main round: Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina*
Also in group: Lithuania (hosts), Kazakhstan
*One of two best runners-up
- Latvia were making their debut.
Main round (matches 18–23 October 2022)
Group 1: Spain (holders), Finland (hosts), Sweden, Belgium
Group 2: Ukraine, Poland (hosts*), Croatia, Netherlands
Group 3: Portugal (hosts), Italy, Belarus, Slovenia
Group 4**: Hungary, Czech Republic (hosts), Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
*Change of hosts
- The four main round group winners qualify for the finals in March 2023.
2022: second edition
- Spain won again, Portugal's Ana Azevedo named best player.
- Porto's Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar again hosted the finals.
- All rounds were postponed a year from the original schedule, though the qualifying draw made in February 2020 still applied.
- Finals postponed from March to July 2022
2019: first edition
- Spain won the first title, Vanessa Sotelo was named best player
- Venue: Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar, Porto