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Basketball - European International Tournaments

Men's EuroBasket

The biennial men's European Basketball Championship. First held in 1935, the finals series involves 16 teams, following a qualifying competition.

YEAR
VENUE (FINAL)
WINNERS
SILVER
BRONZE
1935
Swi(G'eva)
LATVIA
Spain
Cze'slovakia
1937
Lat(Riga)
LITHUANIA
Italy
France
1939
Ltu(K'nus)
LITHUANIA
Latvia
Poland
1946
Swi(G'eva)
CZE'SLOVAKIA
Italy
Hungary
1947
Csv(Prague)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Egypt
1949
Egy(Cairo)
EGYPT
France
Greece
1951
Fra(Paris)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
France
1953
Urs(Moscow)
USSR
Hungary
France
1955
Hun(B'pest)
HUNGARY
Cze'slovakia
USSR
1957
Bul(Sofia)
USSR
Bulgaria
Cze'slovakia
1959
Tur(Istanbul)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
France
1961
Yug(B'grade)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Bulgaria
1963
Pol(Wroclaw)
USSR
Poland
Yugoslavia
1965
Urs(Moscow)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Poland
1967
Fin(Helsinki)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Poland
1969
Ita(Naples)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Cze'slovakia
1971
Frg(Essen)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Italy
1973
Esp(B'lona)
YUGOSLAVIA
Spain USSR
1975
Yug(B'grade)
YUGOSLAVIA
USSR Italy
1977
Bel(Liege)
YUGOSLAVIA
USSR Cze'slovakia
1979
Ita(Turin)
USSR
Israel Yugoslavia
1981
Csv(Prague)
USSR
Yugoslavia Cze'slovakia
1983
Fra(Nantes)
ITALY
Spain USSR
1985
Frg(S'gart)
USSR
Cze'slovakia Italy
1987
Grc(Athens)
GREECE
USSR Yugoslavia
1989
Yug(Zagreb)
YUGOSLAVIA
Greece USSR
1991
Ita(Rome)
YUGOSLAVIA
Italy Spain
1993
Ger(Munich)
GERMANY
Russia Croatia
1995
Grc(Athens)
YUGOSLAVIA
Lithuania Croatia
1997
Esp(B'lona)
YUGOSLAVIA
Italy Russia
1999 Fra(Paris)
ITALY
Spain Yugoslavia
2001
Tur(Istanbul)
YUGOSLAVIA
Turkey Spain
2003
Swe(S'holm)
LITHUANIA
Spain Italy
2005
Smn(B'grade)
GREECE
Germany France
2007
Esp(Madrid)
RUSSIA
Spain Lithuania
2009
Pol(K'wice)
SPAIN
Serbia Greece
2011 Ltu(K'nas) SPAIN France Russia
2013 Svn(L'ljana) FRANCE Lithuania Spain
2015 Fra(Lille) SPAIN Lithuania France
 
Women's EuroBasket

The biennial women's European Basketball Championship was first staged in 1938. It is used as a qualifying competition for both the World Championships and Olympic Games. In 1981 EuroBasket (Women) was held for the first time in the same year as the men's equivalent.

YEAR
VENUE (FINAL)
WINNERS
SILVER
BRONZE
1938
Ita (Rome)
ITALY
Lithuania
Poland
1950
Hun (Budapest)
USSR
Hungary
Cze'slovakia
1952
Urs (Moscow)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Hungary
1954
Yug (Belgrade)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Bulgaria
1956
Csv (Prague)
USSR
Hungary
Cze'slovakia
1958
Pol (Lodz)
BULGARIA
USSR
Cze'slovakia
1960
Bul (Sofia)
USSR
Bulgaria
Cze'slovakia
1962
Fra (Mulhouse)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Bulgaria
1964
Hun (Budapest)
USSR
Bulgaria
Cze'slovakia
1966
Rom (B'rest)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
E Germany
1968
Ita (Rome)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Poland
1970
Nld (A'dam)
USSR
France
Yugoslavia
1972
Bul (Sofia)
USSR
Bulgaria
Cze'slovakia
1974
Ita (Rome)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Italy
1976
Fra (Paris)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Bulgaria
1978
Pol (Warsaw)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Cze'slovakia
1980
Yug (Belgrade)
USSR
Poland
Yugoslavia
1981
Ita (Rome)
USSR
Poland
Cze'slovakia
1983
Hun (Budapest)
USSR
Bulgaria
Hungary
1985
Ita (Rome)
USSR
Bulgaria
Hungary
1987
Esp (Madrid)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Hungary
1989
Bul (Varna)
USSR
Cze'slovakia
Bulgaria
1991
Isr (Tel Aviv)
USSR
Yugoslavia
Hungary
1993
Ita (Perugia)
SPAIN
France
Slovakia
1995
Cze (Brno)
UKRAINE
Italy
Russia
1997
Hun (Budapest)
LITHUANIA
Slovakia
Germany
1999
Pol (Warsaw)
POLAND
France
Russia
2001
Fra (Orleans)
FRANCE
Russia
Spain
2003
Grc (Patras)
RUSSIA
Czech Rep
Spain
2005
Tur (Ankara)
CZECH REP
Russia
Spain
2007
Ita (Chieti)
RUSSIA
Spain
Belarus
2009
Lat (Riga)
FRANCE
Russia
Spain
2011 Pol (Lodz)
RUSSIA Turkey France
2013 Fra (Orchies) SPAIN France Turkey
2015 Hun (Budapest) SERBIA France Spain
2017 Cze (Prague) SPAIN France Belgium

 

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