The European Athletics Indoor Championships are the biggest indoor event organised by European Athletics.
More than the 600 athletes from as many as 51 European Athletics Member Federations now participate in a championships held over three or four days.
First held as a championship event in Vienna 1970, the competition was held annually until Glasgow in 1990 and then switched to being held every two years, usually during the first weekend in March.
The most recent Championships were held in Torun, Poland in 2021 and the next European Athletics Indoor Championships will be held in Istanbul, Turkey between 2-5 March with many gold medallists from the Munich 2022 European Athletics Championships due to compete.
Highlights from recent editions of the European Athletics Indoor Championships have included Ivana Spanovic jumping 7.24m to win long jump gold in Belgrade 2017 and Armand Duplantis clearing 6.05m in the pole vault in Torun 2021.