The 2022 edition is the second after Spain won in Portugal in 2019.
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2022: second edition
The format remains the same with two rounds of qualifying producing four finalists for a one-venue knockout tournament hosted by one of the contenders in March 2022. All rounds were postponed a year from the original schedule, though the qualifying draw made in February 2020 still applies.
Qualifying draw: 13:30 CET, 13 February 2020
Preliminary round: 4–9 May & 15–20 August 2021
Main round: 19–22 October 2021
Finals draw: tbc
Final tournament: 24/25 & 26/27 March 2022
Group A (5–8 May): Serbia, Lithuania (hosts), Slovakia, Northern Ireland
Group B (15–20 August): Netherlands, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova (hosts)
Group C (4–6 May): Kazakhstan, Belgium, Gibraltar (hosts)
- The three group winners advance to the main round join the 13 teams given byes.
Main round groups (19–22 October)
Group 1: Russia, Hungary, Belarus (hosts), winner preliminary round Group B
Group 2: Portugal, Croatia (hosts), Poland, Slovenia
Group 3 Ukraine (hosts), Finland, Czech Republic, winner preliminary round Group C
Group 4: Spain (holders), Italy, Sweden (hosts), winner preliminary round Group A
- The four group winners will advance to the knockout finals in March, with one of the nations appointed as hosts.
2019: first edition
- Spain won the first title, Vanessa Sotelo was named best player
- Venue: Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar, Porto