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1964 FIBA World Championship for Women

 

1964 FIBA World Championship for Women

1964 FIBA World Championship
for Women
4th FIBA Basketball World
Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nation Peru
Dates 18 April to 5 May 1964
Teams 13 (from 5 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Soviet Union (2nd title)
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Park (20.6)  Soviet Union (75.7)
1959
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The 1964 FIBA World Championship for Women was hosted in Peru from 1964. The Soviet Union won the tournament.

Preliminary round

Group A

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Czechoslovakia 3 3 0 223 171 +52 6
 Yugoslavia 3 2 1 186 178 +8 5
 South Korea 3 1 2 216 195 +21 4
 Argentina 3 0 3 156 237 −81 3
18 April
Argentina  58–87  South Korea
19 April
Argentina  47–78  Yugoslavia
19 April
South Korea  72–77 OT  Czechoslovakia
20 April
Czechoslovakia  72–51  Argentina
20 April
Yugoslavia  60–57  South Korea
21 April
Yugoslavia  48–74  Czechoslovakia

Group B

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Bulgaria 3 3 0 175 111 +64 6
 United States 3 2 1 141 128 +13 5
 France 3 1 2 119 154 −35 4
 Paraguay 3 0 3 99 141 −42 3
18 April
France  38–32  Paraguay
19 April
France  37–48  United States
19 April
Paraguay  28–49  Bulgaria
20 April
Paraguay  39–54  United States
20 April
France  44–74  Bulgaria
21 April
United States  39–52  Bulgaria

Group C

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 3 3 0 245 125 +120 6
 Brazil 3 2 1 216 163 +53 5
 Chile 3 1 2 159 224 −65 4
 Japan 3 0 3 144 250 −106 3
18 April
Chile  84–55  Japan
19 April
Japan  39–86  Soviet Union
19 April
Chile  47–78  Brazil
20 April
Soviet Union  91–28  Chile
20 April
Brazil  80–50  Japan
21 April
Brazil  50–68  Soviet Union

Classification round

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 South Korea 5 5 0 358 267 +91 10
 Japan 5 3 2 300 280 +20 8
 France 5 2 3 294 297 −3 7
 Chile 5 2 3 245 290 −45 7
 Paraguay 5 2 3 273 293 −20 7
 Argentina 5 1 4 286 329 −43 6
25 April
Chile  52–48  Japan
26 April
Chile  37–59  Argentina
26 April
France  71–63  Argentina
26 April
France  57–65  Japan
26 April
South Korea  73–49  Paraguay
27 April
South Korea  70–61  Japan
28 April
Argentina  49–66  Japan
28 April
Paraguay  43–54  France
28 April
South Korea  68–45  Chile
29 April
Japan  60–52  Paraguay
29 April
Chile  61–59  France
29 April
South Korea  82–59  Argentina
30 April
Argentina  56–73  Paraguay
30 April
France  53–65  South Korea

Final round

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Soviet Union 6 6 0 436 260 +176 12
 Czechoslovakia 6 5 1 378 287 +91 11
 Bulgaria 6 4 2 363 321 +42 10
 United States 6 3 3 270 294 −24 9
 Brazil 6 2 4 341 338 +3 8
 Yugoslavia 6 1 5 304 354 −50 7
 Peru 6 0 6 234 472 −238 6
23 April
Soviet Union  73–45  Yugoslavia
24 April
United States  31–50  Czechoslovakia
24 April
Yugoslavia  71–45  Peru
25 April
Soviet Union  70–47  Brazil
25 April
Czechoslovakia  76–63  Bulgaria
26 April
United States  59–38  Peru
26 April
Yugoslavia  52–66  Brazil
27 April
Bulgaria  60–38  Yugoslavia
27 April
Czechoslovakia  35–70  Soviet Union
28 April
Bulgaria  79–44  Peru
28 April
United States  51–43  Brazil
29 April
Soviet Union  80–41  Peru
29 April
Czechoslovakia  60–52  Yugoslavia
30 April
Bulgaria  60–49  Brazil
30 April
United States  37–71  Soviet Union
2 May
Brazil  95–36  Peru
2 May
United States  42–46  Bulgaria
3 May
Czechoslovakia  88–30  Peru
3 May
United States  50–46  Yugoslavia
4 May
Czechoslovakia  69–41  Brazil
4 May
Bulgaria  55–72  Soviet Union

Final standings

# Team
1  Soviet Union
2  Czechoslovakia
3  Bulgaria
4  United States
5  Brazil
6  Yugoslavia
7  Peru
8  South Korea
9  Japan
10  France
11  Chile
12  Paraguay
13  Argentina

Awards

 1964 World Championship Winner 

Soviet Union
Second title

References

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