Taking place in Poland from April 20 to April 23, the Championships will see Europe's best judokas go head to head.
Last year British Judo enjoyed its best return from the European Championships in ten years with Colin Oates and Natalie Powell winning silver and bronze respectively. Nekoda Davis, Sally Conway and Gemma Gibbons all finished fifth in their respective weights.
This year's team features five of the British team from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Davis (-57kg), Alice Schlesinger (-63kg), Powell (-78kg), Ashley McKenzie (-60kg) and Ben Fletcher (-100kg) competing across the three days of individual competition.
As well as the returning Olympians, four of the team will be making their European Championships debut – those being Chelsie Giles (-52kg), Bekky Livesey (-57kg), Neil MacDonald (-60kg) and Max Stewart (-90kg).
Donohue said: "We had a really successful Championships in Kazan last year and with the team we've selected, I'm confident that we can challenge for medals once again.
Read the full article on eurosport.co.uk: British Judo target success at European Championships