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EuroBasket Women

FIBA EuroBasket Women
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event EuroBasket Women 2015
Logo FIBA Europe
Sport Basketball
Founded 1938
Inaugural season 1938
No. of teams 16
Countries FIBA Europe member associations
Continent FIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent champion(s)  Serbia (1st title)
Most titles  Soviet Union (21 titles)
Related competitions FIBA EuroBasket
Official website .com.eurobasketwww
.com.fibaeuropewww

FIBA Eurobasket Women is a bi-annual basketball competition held between the nations of Europe (including Israel) for women's national basketball team. Eurobasket Women is also used as a qualifying tournament for the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup and also for Olympic Games.

The most successful nation is the now defunct Soviet Union with 21 titles, while Russia are the 2003, 2007 and 2011 champions.

Results

Summaries

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth place
1938
Details
 Italy (Rome)
Italy

Lithuania

Poland

France
1950
Details
 Hungary (Budapest)
Soviet Union

Hungary

Czechoslovakia

France
1952
Details
 Soviet Union (Moscow)
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Hungary

Bulgaria
1954
Details
 Yugoslavia (Belgrade)
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Bulgaria

Hungary
1956
Details
 Czechoslovakia (Prague)
Soviet Union
49–41
Hungary

Czechoslovakia
91–60
Bulgaria
1958
Details
 Poland (Łódź)
Bulgaria

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Yugoslavia
1960
Details
 Bulgaria (Sofia)
Soviet Union

Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia

Poland
1962
Details
 France (Mulhouse)
Soviet Union
63–46
Czechoslovakia

Bulgaria
48–36
Romania
1964
Details
 Hungary
Soviet Union
55–53
Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia
68–47
Romania
1966
Details
 Romania
Soviet Union
74–66
Czechoslovakia

East Germany
65–60
Romania
1968
Details
 Italy
Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Poland

East Germany
1970
Details
 Netherlands
Soviet Union
94–33
France

Yugoslavia
77–66
Bulgaria
1972
Details
 Bulgaria
Soviet Union

Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia

France
1974
Details
 Italy
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Italy

Hungary
1976
Details
 France
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Bulgaria

France
1978
Details
 Poland
Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia

France
1980
Details
 Yugoslavia
Soviet Union
95–49
Poland

Yugoslavia
61–57
Czechoslovakia
1981
Details
 Italy
Soviet Union
85–42
Poland

Czechoslovakia
76–74
Yugoslavia
1983
Details
 Hungary
Soviet Union
91–70
Bulgaria

Hungary
82–79
Yugoslavia
1985
Details
 Italy
Soviet Union
103–69
Bulgaria

Hungary
103–76
Czechoslovakia
1987
Details
 Spain
Soviet Union
83–73
Yugoslavia

Hungary
75–67
Czechoslovakia
1989
Details
 Bulgaria (Varna)
Soviet Union
64–61
Czechoslovakia

Bulgaria
79–69
Yugoslavia
1991
Details
 Israel (Tel Aviv)
Soviet Union
97–84
Yugoslavia

Hungary
65–61
Bulgaria
1993
Details
 Italy (Perugia)
Spain
63–53
France

Slovakia
68–67
Italy
1995
Details
 Czech Republic (Brno)
Ukraine
77–66
Italy

Russia
69–50
Slovakia
1997
Details
 Hungary
Lithuania
72–62
Slovakia

Germany
86–61
Hungary
1999
Details
 Poland
Poland
59–56
France

Russia
78–49
Slovakia
2001
Details
 France
France
73–68
Russia

Spain
89–74
Lithuania
2003
Details
 Greece (Patras)
Russia
59–56
Czech Republic

Spain
87–81
Poland
2005
Details
 Turkey
Czech Republic
72–70
Russia

Spain
83–65
Lithuania
2007
Details
 Italy
Russia
74–68
Spain

Belarus
72–63
Latvia
2009
Details
 Latvia
France
57–53
Russia

Spain
63–56
Belarus
2011
Details
 Poland
Russia
59–42
Turkey

France
63–56
Czech Republic
2013
Details
 France
Spain
70–69
France

Turkey
92–71
Serbia
2015
Details
 Hungary
 Romania

Serbia
76–68
France

Spain
74–58
Belarus
2017
Details
 Czech Republic

Performance by nation

Countries in italics no longer compete at the European Championships.

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 21 1 0 22
2  Russia 3 3 2 8
3  France 2 5 1 8
4  Spain 2 1 5 8
5  Bulgaria 1 5 4 10
6  Poland 1 2 2 5
7  Italy 1 1 1 3
8  Lithuania 1 1 0 2
 Czech Republic 1 1 0 2
10  Serbia 1 0 0 1
 Ukraine 1 0 0 1
12  Czechoslovakia 0 7 8 15
13  Yugoslavia 0 4 2 6
14  Hungary 0 2 5 7
15  Slovakia 0 1 1 2
 Turkey 0 1 1 2
17  East Germany 0 0 1 1
 Germany 0 0 1 1
 Belarus 0 0 1 1

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