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The teams play a single round-robin series. Each team plays each opponent once.
The winner of the event will be promoted to the Top Division. The last-ranked team will be relegated to Division I Group B.
- from 1999 to 2011: WJC18 d1
- from 2011 to present: WJC18 d1A
- 2018-2019: Germany
- 2017-2018: Latvia
- 2016-2017: France
- 2015-2016: Belarus
- 2014-2015: Denmark
- 2013-2014: Latvia
- 2012-2013: Denmark
- 2011-2012: Slovakia
- 2010-2011: Latvia
- 2010-2011: Denmark
- 2009-2010: Germany
- 2009-2010: Norway
- 2008-2009: Latvia
- 2008-2009: Belarus
- 2007-2008: Norway
- 2007-2008: Czech Republic
- 2006-2007: Belarus
- 2006-2007: Denmark
- 2005-2006: Latvia
- 2005-2006: Switzerland
- 2004-2005: Norway
- 2004-2005: Belarus
- 2003-2004: Switzerland
- 2003-2004: Germany
- 2002-2003: Norway
- 2002-2003: Denmark
- 2001-2002: Kazakhstan
- 2000-2001: Belarus
Until 2011 Division 1A and 1B were on the same level.
Slovakia U18 relegated
Slovakia lost the third game of the relegation round at the World U18 Champonship in Sweden. Switzerland won the game 6-3 to avoid relegation.
Germany are promoted from Division 1A.(28 Apr 2019)
Bled will host both U18 I division WC
The city of Bled, Slovenia, already chosen by the federation to host U18 Division I Group B World Championship next April, will organize also the Division I Group A since no-one of the six participating nations submitted an application to host the tournament.
So entire Division I will be played in the same venue: from 07 to 13 April Denmark, Germany, Kazakhstan, France, Norway and Hungary for Group A and from 15 to 21 April 2017 Austria, Japan, Ukraine, Slovenia, Italy and Poland for Group B(05 Aug 2016)
- Youngest player: Rokas Bacevičius (15 years)
- Oldest player: Tamás Farkas (18 years)
- Shortest player: Tomoya Echigo (160 cm)
- Tallest player: Lukasz Bulanowski (197 cm)
- Nationalities: Austria (22), Denmark (22), France (22), Great Britain (22), Germany (22), Hungary (21), Japan (22), Kazakhstan (22), South Korea (22), Lithuania (21), Norway (22), Poland (22), Romania (1)
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