European Weightlifting Championships 2021

We will be officially streaming the European Weightlifting Championships 2022 from May 28th to June 5th. Click here to find out more and get your ticket.

All of the information we have about the 2021 European Weightlifting Championships (postponed from 2020) will be featured here.

This competition is most likely the last chance for European weightlifters to earn points for qualification for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Details of qualification standings going into the competition are available on our Olympic Games qualification pages.


These pages have more details of individual weight categories.

Women’s Categories:

  • W45 – 3rd April
  • W49 – 3rd April
  • W55 – 4th April
  • W59 – 5th April
  • W64 – 6th April
  • W71 – 7th April
  • W76 – 8th April
  • W81 – 9th April
  • W87 – 10th April
  • W+87 – 11th April

Men’s Categories:

  • M55 – 4th April
  • M61 – 4th April
  • M67 – 5th April
  • M73 – 6th April
  • M81 – 7th April
  • M89 – 8th April
  • M96 – 9th April
  • M102 – 10th April
  • M109 – 10th April
  • M+109 – 11th April


Times for all sessions are available on our April 2021 competitions calendar.

How to Watch

The easiest way to watch the 2021 European Weightlifting Championships A Sessions is through EuroSport TV channels or EuroSport Player. All of the A sessions are scheduled to be shown on EuroSport 1 or EuroSport 2.

A one-month subscription to EuroSport Player costs €9.99 or £6.99 depending on which country the user is connecting from.

A VPN may be required in order to access EuroSport player from non-European countries.

The European Weightlifting Federation has a page for free streaming of B and C sessions. We don’t know whether this will be available worldwide without a VPN.

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