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Miss Europe
Formation1927; 94 years ago (1927)
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersEdinburgh, Scotland
Location
Official language
WebsiteOfficial website
Miss Europe 1954–55, Christel Schaack
Miss Europe 1954–55, Christel Schaack

Miss Europe is a beauty pageant for European women from all over Europe. It was established in February 1927 by Fanamet, the European distributor of Paramount, as a one-off event where the winner was to star in a film directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau.[1] After the initial twelve-person jury couldn't decide between 10 contestants, a runoff election was held where Murnau chose the winner. Murnau ended up choosing Štefica Vidačić of Yugoslavia as the winner and the first ever Miss Europe.[2][3] Miss Europe was later re-established in December 1928 by French journalist Maurice de Waleffe (1874–1946),[4] who also created, in 1920, what by 1927 had become the Miss France pageant.[5] Miss Europe, under de Waleffe, was first held at the Paris Opera with participants from 18 countries. The first contest under de Waleffe did not occur until February 1929.

The contest was interrupted by the onset of World War II but was later re-established, after de Waleffe died, by Roger Zeigler (of the Moulin Rouge) and Claude Berr who founded the Mondial Events Organization (MEO). Most contestants won their respective national contests for Miss World & Miss Universe, and participated as supplemental training for their respective competitions. Berr died in 1981 and in 2003, Roger Zeigler sold the license for the pageant to Endemol France, part of the Dutch television production company Endemol. In 2007 to 2009, the competition was announced to be held in various location such as Moscow and Beirut but it did not happened as they had to stop the contest after 2006 due to internal problems with the organizations.

In 2016, the pageant was "revived" by the newly formed Miss Europe Organization originally headquartered in London but then later moved to Edinburgh, Scotland. Apparently there is a connection with the previous organizers as the winner of the 2016 edition wore the same crown (tiara/diadem) as her predecessors.[6]

The reigning Miss Europe is Anastasia Prodanov from Serbia, who was crowned during the Cannes Festival in Cannes, France on July 13, 2021.[7]

Official Editions and titleholders

Year Miss Europe 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up 5th runner-up 6th runner-up Location Entrants
1927 Štefica Vidačić
 Yugoslavia
Aniela Bogucka
 Poland
Hilde Ptak
 Austria
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Vienna/Berlin, Austria/Germany 10
1928 No pageant was held
1929 Erzsébet "Böske" Simon
 Hungary
Wladyslawa Kostakowna
 Poland
Germaine Laborde
 France
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Paris, France 18
1930 Aliki Diplarakou
 Greece
Yvette Labrousse
 France
Jenny Vanparays
 Belgium
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded 19
1931 Jeanne Juilla
 France
Herta Van Haentjens
 Austria
Ingrid Ruth Richard
 Germany
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded 16
1932 Åse Clausen
 Denmark
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Nice, France 15
1933 Tatiana Maslova
 Russia (in exile)[8]
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Madrid, Spain 14
1934 Ester Toivonen
 Finland
June Lammas
 England
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Hastings, United Kingdom 16
1935 Alicia Navarro
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Paris, France 15
1936 Antonia Arqués
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Tunis, French Tunisia 15
1937 Britta Wikström
 Finland
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Algiers, French Algeria 9
1938 Sirkka Salonen
 Finland
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Copenhagen, Denmark 12
1939 Italia Brandonisio
 Italy
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Milan, Italy Unknown
1940–1947 Not held due to World War II.
1948 Results of Preliminary Contest Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Enghien-les-Bains, Italy 12
Jacqueline Donny
 France
Rossana Martini
 Finland
Helena Sutter
  Switzerland
Final results
Jacqueline Donny
 France
Rossana Martini (Undetermined)
 Italy
Ingrid Jonaszin (Undetermined)
 Austria
Unknown
1949 Juliette Figueras
 France
Anna Maria Visconti
 Italy
Elinor Wedel Hansen
 Denmark
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Palermo, Italy 11
1950 Hanni Schall
 Austria
Giovanna Pala
 Italy
Ebbe Adrian
 Sweden
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Rimini, Italy 14
1951 No pageant was held
1952 Günseli Başar
 Turkey
Nicole Drouin
 France
Virginia Petimezaki
 Greece
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Naples, Italy 14
1953 Eloisa Cianni
 Italy
Marlene Ann Dee
 England
Sylviane Carpentier
 France
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Istanbul, Turkey 13
1954 Christel Schaack (Dethroned)
 Germany
Danielle Génault (Assumed)
 France
Yvonne de Bruyn
 Finland
Gunilla Johansson
 Sweden
Eva Brika
 Greece
Not awarded Not awarded Vichy, France 13
1955 Inga-Britt Söderberg
 Finland
Suna Soley
 Turkey
Monique Lambert
 France
Depi Martini
 Greece
Margaret Rowe
 England
Not awarded Not awarded Helsinki, Finland 13
1956 Margit Nünke
 Germany
Ingrid Goude
 Sweden
Brunella Tocci
 Italy
Traudl Eichinger
 Austria
Rita Schmidt
 Holland
Not awarded Not awarded Stockholm, Sweden 13
1957 Corine Rottschäfer
 Holland
Marita Lindahl
 Finland
Gerti Daub
 Germany
Geneviève Zanetti
 France
Sonia Hamilton
 England
Not awarded Not awarded Baden-Baden, Germany 15
1958 Johanna Ehrenstrasser
 Austria
Dagmar Herner
 Germany
Annie Simplot
 France
Lucienne Struve
 Holland
Pirkko Mannola
 Finland
Not awarded Not awarded Istanbul, Turkey 15
1959 Christine Spatzier
 Austria
Nicole Perin
 France
Maria Grazia Buccella
 Italy
Carmela Künzel
 Germany
Petra Poul
 Holland
Not awarded Not awarded Palermo, Italy 15
1960 Anna Ranalli
 Italy
Rita Simon
 Germany
Monica Abrahamsson
 Sweden
Luise Kammermeier
 Austria
Brigitte Barazer de Lannurien
 France
Not awarded Not awarded Beirut, Lebanon 17
1961 Ingrun Helgard Möckel
 Germany
Arlette Dobson
 England
Ingrid Andersson
 Sweden
Maria Del Carmen Cervera Fernández Núñez
 Spain
Yvette Suzanne Dégremont
 France
Not awarded Not awarded 17
1962 Maruja García Nicoláu
 Spain
Birgitte Heiberg
 Denmark
Kaarina Marita Leskinen
 Finland
Catharina "Rina" Lodders
 Holland
Brigitta Lundberg
 Sweden
Not awarded Not awarded 17
1963 Mette Stenstad
 Norway
Diane Tanner
  Switzerland
Aino Korwa
 Denmark
Grete Qviberg
 Sweden
Marja-Liisa Ståhlberg
 Finland
Not awarded Not awarded 18
1964 Elly Koot
 Netherlands
Marion Sibylle Zota
 Germany
Siv Märta Åberg
 Sweden
Edith Noël
 France
Rosa María Ruiz
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded 17
1965 Juliana Herm
 Germany
Virpi Liisa Miettinen
 Finland
Ingrid Norrman
 Sweden
Alicia Borrás
 Spain
Yvonne Hanne Ekman
 Denmark
Not awarded Not awarded Nice, France 18
1966 Maria Dornier
 France
Eva Rieck (tied)
 Austria
Hedy Frick (tied)
  Switzerland
Rafaela Roque Sánchez
 Spain
Satu Charlotta Östring
 Finland
Tove-Regina Neitzel
 Germany
Not awarded Not awarded 18
1967 Paquita Torres Pérez
 Spain
Irene van Campenhout
 Holland
Daniela Giordano
 Italy
Annika Hemminge
 Sweden
Yelda Gurani
 Turkey
Toula Galani
 Greece
Ritva Helena Lehto
 Finland
20
1968 Leena Marketta Brusiin
 Finland
Brigitte Krüger
 Austria
Anne-Christine Kahnberg
 Sweden
Roswitha Moesi
 Germany
Tone Knaran
 Norway
Not awarded Not awarded Kinshasa, Congo 21
1969 Saša Zajc
 Yugoslavia
Jeanne Perfeldt
 Denmark
Elke Hein
 Germany
Harriet Marita Eriksson
 Finland
Maria Amparo Rodrigo Lorenzo
 Spain
Ulla Adsten
 Sweden
Patricia "Pia" Ingrid Walker
 Norway
Rabat, Morocco 21
1970 Noelia Alfonso Cabrera
 Spain
Ana Maria Diozo Lucas
 Portugal
Anna Zamboni
 Italy
Stephanie Flatow
 Holland
Vivi Alexopoulou
 Greece
Not awarded Not awarded Piraeus, Greece 20
1971 Filiz Vural
 Turkey
Ursula Illich
 Austria
Lena Arvidsson
 Sweden
Myriam Stocco
 France
Laura Mulder-Smid
 Holland
Not awarded Not awarded Tunis, Tunisia 21
1972 Monika Sarp
 Germany
Elisabeth Ire Johnson
 Sweden
Ursula Pacher
 Austria
Mary Ann Best
 Malta
Jennifer McAdam
 England
Not awarded Not awarded Estoril, Portugal 23
1973 Anke Groot
 Netherlands
Amparo Muñoz Quesada
 Spain
Sicta Vana Papadaki
Greece Greece
Christiane Devisch
 Belgium
Barbara Schöttli
  Switzerland
Not awarded Not awarded Kitzbühel, Austria 18
1974 Maria Isabel "Maribel" Lorenzo Saavedra
 Spain
Ana Paula Da Silva Freitas
 Portugal
Riitta Johanna Raunio
 Finland
Gerarda "Gemma" Sophia Balm
 Holland
Kathleen Ann Celeste Anders
 England
Unknown
  Switzerland
Not awarded Vienna, Austria 19
1975 Originally scheduled to take place in Beirut, Lebanon but was later cancelled due to the Lebanese Civil War.
1976 Riitta Inkeri Väisänen
 Finland
Isabella Fischbacher
  Switzerland
Lucie Visser
 Holland
Melina Michailidou
 Greece
Mary Kirkwood
 Scotland
Not awarded Not awarded Rhodes, Greece 22
1977 No pageant was held
1978 Eva Maria Düringer
 Austria
Dagmar Gabriele Winkler
 Germany
Sarah Louise Long
 England
Gudbjörg Wilhjalmsdóttir
 Iceland
Maarit Ryhänen
 Finland
Not awarded Not awarded Helsinki, Finland 15
1979 No pageant was held
1980 Karin Zorn
 Austria
Christine Linda Bernadette Cailliau
 Belgium
María Dolores "Lola" Forner Toro
 Spain
Christina Bolinder
 Sweden
Anette Stai
 Norway
Not awarded Not awarded Puerto de la Cruz, Spain 20
1981 Anne Mette Larsen
 Denmark
Ingrid Johanna Maria Schouten
 Holland
Anna Maria Kanakis
 Italy
Eva-Lena Lundgren
 Sweden
Eija Helena Korolainen
 Finland
Not awarded Not awarded Birmingham, United Kingdom 21
1982 Nazlı Deniz Kuruoğlu
 Turkey
Annelie Margareta Sjöberg
 Sweden
Cristina Pérez Cottrell
 Spain
Caroline Jane Williams
 Wales
Ana Maria Valdiz Wilson
 Portugal
Not awarded Not awarded Istanbul, Turkey 23
1983 No pageant was held
1984 Neşe Erberk
 Turkey
Fredérique Marcelle Leroy
 France
Sanna Marita Pekkala
 Finland
Françoise Bostoen
 Belgium
Loana Katharina Radecki
 Germany
Not awarded Not awarded Bad Gastein, Austria 25
1985 Juncal Rivero Fadrique Castilla
 Spain
Anke Symkowitz
 Germany
Brigitte Bergman
 Holland
Zoi Elmalioti
 Greece
Lucienne Thiebaud
  Switzerland
Not awarded Not awarded Mainz, Germany 23
1986–1987 No pageant was held
1988 Michela Rocco di Torrepadula
 Italy
Ewa Monika Nowosadko
 Poland
Şebnem Tan
 Turkey
Magnea Lovisa Magnusdóttir
 Iceland
Limor Magen
 Israel
Not awarded Not awarded Ragusa, Italy 23
1989–1990 No pageant was held
1991 Susanne Petry (Dethroned)
 Germany
Katerina Michalopoulou (Assumed)
 Greece
Silvia Maria Jato Núñez
 Spain
Defne Samyeli
 Turkey
Unknown
 Czechoslovakia
Not awarded Not awarded Dakar, Senegal 27
1992 Marina Tsintikidou
 Greece
Pavlina Baburkova
 Czechoslovakia
Banu Sagnak
 Turkey
Kirsi-Mari Ketola
 Finland
Ravit Kanfi
 Turkey
Not awarded Not awarded Athens, Greece 32
1993 Arzum Onan
 Turkey
Yuliya Alekseyeva
 Russia
Dana Avrish
 Israel
Ana Maria Pérez Ayllón
 Spain
Svala Björk Arnardóttir
 Iceland
Not awarded Not awarded Istanbul, Turkey 31
1994 Lilach Ben-Simon
 Israel
Didem Uzel
 Turkey
Nataliy Shvachiy
 Ukraine
Amanda Louise Johnson
 England
Pamela van den Berg
 Holland
Not awarded Not awarded 33
1995 Monika Žídková
 Czech Republic
Ingeborg Dossland
 Norway
Sofie Tocklin
 Sweden
Monika Zguro
 Albania
Ilmira Shamsutdinova
 Russia
Not awarded Not awarded 36
1996 Marie-Claire Harrison
 England
Yelena Shcherbak
 Belarus
Kim Roslikov
 Israel
Nonie Dounia
 Greece
Aurelia Barrera Escalera
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Tirana, Albania 35
1997 Isabelle Darras
 Greece
Agnieszka Zielinska
 Poland
Patricia Jañez Rodríguez
 Spain
Flavia Mantovan
 Italy
Natalija Bedekovic
 Croatia
Not awarded Not awarded Kyiv, Ukraine 29
1998 No pageant was held
1999 Yelena Rogozhina
 Russia
Cristina Cellai
 Italy
Kadri Väljaots
 Estonia
Minna Lehtinen
 Finland
Jitka Kocurová
 Czech Republic
Not awarded Not awarded Beirut, Lebanon 39
2000 No pageant was held
2001 Élodie Gossuin
 France
Adriana Gerczew
 Poland
Karla Milinovic
 Croatia
Hatice Sendil
 Turkey
Verónica Martín García
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Beirut, Lebanon 33
2002 Svetlana Koroleva
 Russia
Natascha Vanessa Börger Sevilla
 Germany
Esra Eron
 Turkey
Kim Kötter
 Holland
Adina Dimitru
 Romania
Not awarded Not awarded 35
2003 Zsuzsanna Laky
 Hungary
Miroslava Luberdova
 Slovak Republic
Sanja Papić
 Serbia and Montenegro
Patricia Ledesma Nieto
 Spain
Marta Matyjasik
 Poland
Not awarded Not awarded Nogent-sur-Marne, France 36
2004 No pageant was held
2005 Shermine Shahrivar
 Germany
Luysya Tovmasyan
 Armenia
Cindy Fabre
 France
Laura Shields
 England
Tatiana Keremeryova
 Slovak Republic
Not awarded Not awarded Paris, France 36
2006 Alexandra Rosenfeld
 France
Alena Avramenko
 Ukraine
Laura Ojeda Ramírez
 Spain
Katarzyna Weronika Borowicz
 Poland
Yuliya Sindzeyeva
 Belarus
Not awarded Not awarded Kyiv, Ukraine 33
2007–2015 No pageant was held
2016 Diana Starkova[9]
 France
Unknown
 Germany
Unknown
 Latvia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Beirut, Lebanon 30
2017 Diana Kubasova[9]
 Latvia
Alena Senatorova
 Germany
Nina Goryniuk
 Ukraine
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Seoul, South Korea 26
2018 Anna Shornikova[9] (tied)
 Ukraine
Anastasiya Ammosova[9] (tied)
 Russia
Nika Kar
 Slovenia
Agatha Maximova
 France
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Paris, France Unknown
2019 Andrea De Las Heras[9]
 Spain
Julia Hunt
 Greece
Linda Novika
 Latvia
Tauany Coelho
 France
Unknown
 Estonia
Not awarded Not awarded Cannes, France Unknown
2020 Lara Jalloh
 France
Xhensila Shaba
 Albania
Marine Ayala
 Spain
Sheida Rahni
 United Kingdom
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Paris, France Unknown
2021 Anastasia Prodanov[10]
 Serbia
Unknown
 Spain
Unknown
 Russia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Cannes, France Unknown

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 France 9 1931, 1948, 1949, 1954 (assumed), 1966, 2001, 2006, 2016, 2020
 Spain 8 1935, 1936, 1962, 1967, 1970, 1974, 1985, 2019
 Germany 7 1954 (dethroned), 1956, 1961, 1965, 1972, 1991 (dethroned), 2005
 Finland 6 1934, 1937, 1938, 1955, 1968, 1976
 Turkey 5 1952, 1971, 1982, 1984, 1993
 Austria 1950, 1958, 1959, 1978, 1980
 Greece 4 1930, 1991 (assumed), 1992, 1997
 Italy 1939, 1953, 1960, 1988
 Russia 3 1999, 2002, 2018
 Netherlands 1957, 1964, 1973
 Hungary 2 1929, 2003
 Norway 1963, 1986
 Denmark 1932, 1981
 Yugoslavia 1927, 1969
 Serbia 1 2021
 Ukraine 2018
 Latvia 2017
 England 1996
 Czech Republic 1995
 Israel 1994
 Soviet Union 1933

Details

For the first time in 90 years of history, Miss Europe 2018 winners were from two different countries and the title was divided between two countries: Anastasia Ammosova from Russia and Anna Shornikova from Ukraine. The 1st Runner-up was Nika Kar from Slovenia and 2nd runner-up was Agatha Maksimova from France.

Gallery

"Comité Officiel et International Miss Europe" Competition

From 1951 to 2002 there was a rival Miss Europe competition organized by the "Comité Officiel et International Miss Europe". This was founded in 1950 by Jean Raibaut in Paris, the headquarters later moved to Marseille. The winners wore different titles like Miss Europe, Miss Europa or Miss Europe International.[11][12][13][14]

Year Miss Europa 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up 5th runner-up Location Entrants
1951 Jacqueline Grenton
  Switzerland
Giovanna Mazzotti
 Italy
Elizabeth Mayerhoffer (tied)
 Sweden
Monique Vallier (tied)
 France
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Palermo, Italy 7
1952 Judy Breen
 Great Britain
Anita Ekberg
 Sweden
Elisabeth van Proosdij
 Holland
Unknown Unknown Vera Marks
 Germany
Amsterdam, Holland 10
1953 Sylviane Carpentier
 France
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
1954–1956 No pageant was held
1957 Ingrid Weiss
 Germany
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Paris, France 2
1958 Evelyne Ricket
 France
Hajett Rekik
 Albania
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Amiens, France 8
1959 Sophie d'Estrade
 France
Eve Dortant
 Belgium
Karin Gabor
 Germany
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Meaux, France 12
1956–1966 No pageant was held
1967 Berrit Kvorning
 Denmark
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
1968 Regina Koeppen
 Germany
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
1969 No pageant was held
1970 Marie Korner
 Germany
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Nice, France 1+
1971 Laurence Vallée
 France
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Florence, Italy 1+
1972 No pageant was held
1973 Diana Scapolan
 Italy
Veronique Mercier
 Monaco
Linda Hooks
 Great Britain
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Barcelona, Spain 16
1974 Wencke Stehen
 Norway
Maria del Rocío Martín Madrigal
 Spain
Dany Coutelier
 Monaco
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Gran Canaria, Spain 19
1975 Vivianne Van der Cauter
 Belgium
Dany Voissin-Renucci
 France
Carmen García
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Monaco 19
1976 Maria Teresa Maldonado Valle
 Spain
Nanny van der Kuyl
 Holland
Nuria Berruezo
 Andorra
Danielle Payan
 Monaco
Torill Mariann Larsen
 Iceland
Not awarded Andorra la Vella, Andorra 23
1977 No pageant was held
1978 Barbara-Ann Neefs
 Holland
Helene Hornfeldt
 Norway
Nazan Saatçi
 Turkey
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Reggio Emilia, Italy 22
1979–1981 No pageant was held
1982 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Athens, Greece 2+
1983 No pageant was held
1984 Trine Elisabeth Mørk
 Norway
Susana Alguacil
 Spain
Rita Tóth (Tóth Rita)
 Hungary
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Vienna, Austria 19
1985 No pageant was held
1986 Raquel Bruhn
 Sweden
Cecile Lartique
 France
Csilla Andrea Molnár
 Hungary
Begona Marcos
 Spain
Elfriede Haindl
 Austria
Not awarded Valletta, Malta 24
1987 Sandrina Rossi
 France
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Frankfurt, Germany 16+
1988–1991 No pageant was held
1992 Yolanda Marcos Gonzales
 Spain
Anne Jandera
 France
Elena Liafou (tied)
 Greece
Tatiana Zaghet (tied)
 Italy
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Catania, Italy 12+
1993–1995 No pageant was held
1996 Mimmi Gunnarsson (Dethroned)
 Sweden
Jenni Rautawaara (Assumed)
 Finland
Kelly Hodson
 Scotland
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Izmir, Turkey 30
1997 No pageant was held
1998 Nataša Spasojević
 Yugoslavia
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
1999 Anna Maria Tudorache
 Romania
Eva Maria Blanco Games
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Taormina, Italy 34
2000–2001 No pageant was held
2002 Amandine Hatzithomas
 Greece
Malgorzata Ksiazek
 Poland
Anita Gaal
 Hungary
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Warsaw, Poland 48

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 France 5 1953, 1958, 1959, 1971, 1987
 Germany 3 1957, 1968, 1970
 Sweden 2 1986, 1996 (dethroned)
 Spain 1976, 1992
 Norway 1974, 1984
 Greece 1 2002
 Romania 1999
 Yugoslavia 1998
 Finland 1996 (assumed)
 Holland 1978
 Belgium 1975
 Italy 1973
 Denmark 1967
 Great Britain 1952
  Switzerland 1951

Miss European Global

Miss European Global is a beauty pageant in which each country has a team of six girls and one girl from each team competes for Miss European Global.

Year Miss European Location Entrants
Miss European 2000–2017
2000 Emilie Lalyssie
 France
England Unknown
2001 Wendy Cornelius
 Belgium
Unknown
2002 Bernice
 Belgium
Unknown
2003 Cindy
 France
Unknown
2004 Unknown
 France
Unknown
2005 Laura Livesey
 Wales
Unknown
2006 Sasha Buckingham
 England
Unknown
2007 Amy Fuller
 England
Unknown
2008 Kathy Gysels
 Belgium
Unknown
2009 Melissa Vingerhoed
 Belgium
Unknown
2010 Katrina Pavia
 Malta
Unknown
2011 Rachael Tate
 Wales
Unknown
2012 Deona Roberson
 Scotland
Unknown
2013 Kerry-Anne Vinson
 England
Unknown
2014 Darciana
 Portugal
Unknown
2015 Erma Franklin
 Wales
Unknown
2016 Sharron
 Netherlands
Unknown
2017 Melissa Douglas
 Scotland
Unknown
Year Miss European Global Location Entrants
Miss European Global 2018–present
2018 Claudia Cousin
 England
Bredene, Belgium 15
2019 Iris-Yasmine Hulleman
 Netherlands
10

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 England 4 2006, 2007, 2013, 2018
 Belgium 2001, 2002, 2008, 2009
 Wales 3 2005, 2011, 2015
 France 2000, 2003, 2004
 Netherlands 2 2016, 2019
 Scotland 2012, 2017
 Portugal 1 2014
 Malta 2010

Mrs. Europe

Year Mrs. Europe Mrs. European Union 1st Runner up 2nd Runner up 3rd Runner up 4th Runner up Location Entrants
2009 Anna Ivanova
 Monaco
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Sofia, Bulgaria Unknown
2010 Elena Karakoleva
 Bulgaria
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
2011 Olena Koch
 Germany
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
2012 Elena Mozoleva
 Ukraine
Dofiana Focari
 Moldova
Katya Rose
 Bulgaria
Valeriya Verdunova
 Netherlands
Carmen Rosa
  Italy
Kristine Yindenblate
 Latvia
14
2013 Mariya Eroshenko
 Russia
Diana Pothitou
 Greece
Marina Kolosova
 Austria
Elena Mohammad
 Crimea
Natalia Trofimova
 Belarus
Iliyana Karastoyanova
 Bulgaria
16
2014 Natalia Zimora Salas
 Canary Islands
Svetlana Markovskaya
 Poland
Heidi Pölkki
 Finland
Anita Skendzich
 Serbia
Cece Georgiev
 Macedonia
Antonia Anakievska
 Bulgaria
15
2015 Kristina Tselloeva
 Russia
Natasja Roelofs
 Netherlands
Tansuluu Omurzakova
 Kyrgyzstan
Madeleine Vickery
 Sweden
julia.smoli
 Estonia
Elena Solodunova
 CIS
18
2016 Elina Butenko
 Siberia
Ekaterina Pronkina
 France
Anna Demirkhanyan
Unknown
Caucasus
Davinia Cano
 Gibraltar
Sherene Dawber
 United Kingdom
Silvia Rodriguez
 Spain
18
2017 Davinia Baglietto
 Gibraltar
Maria Garcia
 Spain
Ekaterina Levina
 Russia
Yovka Gurgurieva
 Bulgaria
Veronika Kelle
 Hungary
Mertens Lauranne
 Belgium
14
2018 Ana Pilar Suarez
 Canary Islands
Julia Bakalova
 Netherlands
Giovanca Afzan
 Gibraltar
Alla Korotkih
 Russia
Anna Stefanova
 Bulgaria
Malou Soetaerts
 Benelux
12
2019 Milla Karpikova
 Estonia
Yana Sredkova
 Bulgaria
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 19
2020 Inna Bykova
 Ukraine
Rosica Velcheva Genova
Unknown
Iberian Peninsula
Emiliana Markova
 Bulgaria
Irene Peñas Ferrando
 Portugal
Belen Valeriano Ramos
 South Georgia Islands
Miriam Gil Alvarez
 Andorra
19

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 Ukraine 2 2012, 2020
 Canary Islands 2014, 2018
 Russia 2013, 2015
 Estonia 1 2019
 Gibraltar 2017
 Siberia 2016
 Germany 2011
 Bulgaria 2010
 Monaco 2009

Miss Europe World

Year Miss Europe World 1st Runner up 2nd Runner up 3rd Runner up 4th Runner up 5th Runner up 6th Runner up Location Entrants
2015 Linda Satilova
 Latvia
Maya Tomic
 Serbia
Coralie Porrovecchio
 Italy
Amina Sabbah
 Germany
Julia Kislitskaya
 Finland
Caroline Kaya
 Slovakia
Not awarded Jounieh, Lebanon 21
2016 Mikaela Fotiadis
 Greece
Franscesca Pepe
 Malta
Iuliia Vasileva
 Moldova
Laura Peto
 Hungary
Veronica Avanzolini
 Italy
Alena Onoprienko
 Austria
Not awarded Beirut, Lebanon 33
2017 Maria Slusnyte
 Lithuania
Nera Lesic
 Croatia
Iana Obodan
  Switzerland
Saidana
 Kazakhstan
Tessy Ramos
 Portugal
Polina Volodei
 Estonia
Not awarded 21
2018 Luissa Burton
 United Kingdom
LilIya
 Lithuania
Ksenia
 Russia
Yulia
 Czech Republic
Liliya
 Belarus
Justyna
 Poland
Not awarded 24
2019 Irina Garasymiv
 Ukraine
Diana Toma
 Moldova
Zlata Kozlova
 Russia
Adrianna Paciorek
 Poland
Susanna Yegoryan
 Armenia
Victoria Delmon
 France
Deana Yordanova
 Bulgaria
Jounieh-Beirut, Lebanon 28
2020 Gaby Guha
 France
Angelina Ganevic
 Lithuania
Yuliia Karpets
 Ukraine
Lara Stesevic
 Montenegro
Milica Nikolic (tied)
 Serbia
Daniela Tablante (tied)
 Spain
Alexandra Fotiadis
 Greece
Alla Gribova
 Russia
Jounieh, Lebanon 28

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 France 1 2020
 Ukraine 2019
 United Kingdom 2018
 Lithuania 2017
 Greece 2016
 Latvia 2015

Miss, Mrs. Europe Global

Year Miss Europe Global 1st Runner up Mrs. Europe Global Location Entrants
2015-16 Lidia Ivanova
 Spain
Unknown Unknown
 Bulgaria
California, USA 41
2017-18 Tatiana Pushkina
 Russia
Unknown Zamira Craig
 Kyrgyzstan
32
2019-20 Melissa Cecilia Cofield
 Sweden
Natalia Kelman Shkurygina
 Israel
Zamira Craig
 Kyrgyzstan- England
40

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 Sweden 1 2019-20
 Russia 2017-18
 Spain 2015-16

Miss Europe (Austria-based)

Year Miss Europe[15] 1st Runner up 2nd Runner up 3rd Runner up Location
2019 Nina Jovanović
 Serbia
Unknown Unknown Unknown Vienna, Austria
2020 Ljubica Rajkovic
 Serbia
Ilona Vasko
 Ukraine
Mikaella Nikolaou
 Cyprus
Anja Bijelic
 Croatia
2021 Betrice Koermer
 Austria
Carla Jacob
 France
Diana Mironenko
 Ukraine
Sandra Guzek
 Poland

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 Serbia 2 2019, 2020
 Austria 1 2021

Miss European Union

Year Miss European Union 1st Runner up 2nd Runner up Location Entrants
2006 Miss European Union 2006[16]
2021 Maiko Lapachi
 Georgia
Angela Vasilevska
 Macedonia
Unknown
 Germany
Budapest, Hungary 21

Winners by countries and territories

Country/Territory Titles Year(s)
 Georgia 1 2021
Unknown
Unknown
2006

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