It is the second time in history that the tournament will be held in the Netherlands.
Two years ago Russia claimed the title in a five-set thriller against Serbia.
The 12 participating teams were drawn into two pools of six and will be playing a single round-robin format before the top two qualify for the semi-finals.
Pool I includes the teams from Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Russia and Turkey, while Pool II consists of Belarus, Greece, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
The first and second-placed teams after the preliminary round will play crossed semis while those ranked third and fourth will be playing the classification matches 5-8.
All matches as well as all semis and final games of the 2017 CEV U18 Volleyball European Championship – Women will be streamed live and for free on LAOLA1.tv.
See schedule for Women’s U18 European Championship.