2007 Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships
The 6th Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Vejle, Denmark from October 15 to 20, 2007. This edition of the recurring competition was organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, EABA. Competitions took place in 13 weight classes.
Russia topped the medals table (as they had done in the five previous editions of these championships) winning 6 gold medals — no other country won more than 1. Nicola Adams became the first English woman to win a medal at a major international championship, while Ireland's Katie Taylor won her division for the third successive time.
|Steluta Duta||Sevda Asenova|| Sofie Molholt|
| Light flyweight
|Monika Csik||Lidia Ion|| Derya Aktop|
|Sumeyra Kaya||Ewelina Pekalska|| Diana Timofte|
| Super flyweight
|Viktoria Rudenko||Shipra Nilsson|| Viktoria Usachenko|
|Sofia Ochigava||Nicola Adams|| Karolina Michalczuk|
|Elena Gorshkova||Ingrid Egner|| Malene Nielsen|
|Katie Taylor||Sandra Brugger|| Yana Zavyalova|
| Super lightweight
|Lucie Bertaud||Klara Svensson|| Yvonne Rasmussen|
|Irina Poteyeva||Oliwia Luczak|| Marichelle de Jong|
| Super welterweight
|Yulia Nemtsova||Luminita Turcin|| Nurcan Carkci|
|Anna Laurell||Maria Yavorskaya|| Olha Novikova|
| Light heavyweight
|Anna Gladkikh||Irina Komar|| Selma Yagci|
|Elena Surkova||Maria Kovacs|| Dinara Zhurgunova|
Medal count table
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