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Malta national basketball team

 

Malta national basketball team

Malta Malta
FIBA ranking T-75th
Joined FIBA 1967
FIBA zone FIBA Europe
Coach Jaume
Olympic Games
Appearances None
FIBA World Cup
Appearances None
EuroBasket
Appearances None

The Maltese national basketball team is the national team of Malta. The Maltese national basketball team is member of FIBA Europe since 1967. The national team has always represented in the European Promotion Cup. It also takes part well in Games of the Small States of Europe.

They have won div C European u18 fiba Championship mostly thanks to Samuel Deguara.

Contents

  • Competitive record 1
    • At the Championship for Small Countries 1.1
    • At the Games of the Small States 1.2
  • Local teams 2
  • External links 3

Competitive record

Local teams

Competing teams and divisions

Division 1 Men

Athleta BC, Siggiewi BC, Luxol BC, Depiro BC, Floriana BC, Virtus BC

Division 2 Men

Mellieha BC, St Nicholas Suns BC, Deprio 2 BC, Qormi BC, Starlites BC Hibs BC

Division 1 Women

Hibs BC, Luxol BC, Depiro BC, Floriana BC, Athleta BC, Starlites BC,

External links

  • EuroBasket.com – Maltese Men National Team


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