A total of 254 teams will compete in the 16 youth tournaments, which will be played across three age categories and three divisions, with GB competing in the U16 Men’s, and U16 and U18 Women’s Division B, and the U18 Men’s competing in the European Championships’ top division.
GB’s U16 Women’s will face Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Luxembourg and Austria in Group D of the U16 Women’s European Championship Division B in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 18-27 August.
The U18 Women’s squad will face Bosnia and Herzegovina, Portugal, Luxembourg and Macedonia in Group A of the U18 Women’s European Championship Division B in Austria from 5-14 August.
GB U16 Men’s side will head to Bulgaria for the U16 Men’s European Championship, Division B, from 11-20 August, where they will face Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sweden, Portugal, Belarus and Norway in Group C.
The U18 Men’s side will be competing in the European Championships’ top division and have France, Russia and Israel to contend with in Group A of the competition which takes place in Turkey from 30 July-7 August.