All of the hard work is complete, now it is time for the show!
Date: 9/4/2018 10:10 AM
Published by : Aidan Jones
The Junior European Championships get underway this Friday, in Tallinn, where the best talent of players who are U19 Europe will take part.

The seeded teams for the Championships consist of a variety of countries across Europe.

Denmark is the number one seed, while France is number two seed and then Russia is the number three seed with England being number four seed.

The seeding process is completed with Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey and Switzerland respectively.

Schedule for the start of the tournament

The tournament will get underway on Friday morning at 10:00 (EST), with Scotland and Croatia playing at the newly renovated Yonex Kalev Sports Hall.

The schedule will start with group eight playing, with groups five and seven playing in the later matches.

With the group stages carrying on through to Sunday, the Quarter Finals will commence on Monday at approximately 10:00 (EST), with the final starting at the same time but on Tuesday 11 September.

How is it going to go?

Badminton Europe’s events junior manager Matthieu Hecker is confident that the tournament will go as well as possible after a lot of hard work and preparation has gone into it.

- The preparations have been going really well thanks to a great support from Badminton Estonia.

- More than 300 players will be competing in the 2018 European Junior Championships and we are really looking forward to seeing some great contests on court!

See the draw for Junior European Championships here 

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