EuroBasket 1993 Women

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EuroBasket 1993 Women
24th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Italy
Dates 8 June – 13 June
Teams 8
Champions  Spain (1st title)

The 1993 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1993, was the 24th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Italy and took place from 8 June to 13 June 1993. Spain won the gold medal and France the silver medal while Slovakia won the bronze.

Qualification[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia1 5 5 0 426 330
2 Spain Spain 5 3 2 357 319
3 Finland Finland 5 3 2 391 410
4 Germany Germany 5 2 3 359 382
5 Sweden Sweden 5 1 4 395 459
6 Israel Israel 5 1 4  ?  ?


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May 13 1992 Spain Spain 94–79 Finland Finland
May 13 1992 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 83–57 Israel Israel
May 13 1992 Germany Germany 80–72 Sweden Sweden
May 14 1992 Spain Spain 86–69 Israel Israel
May 14 1992 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 91–84 Sweden Sweden
May 14 1992 Finland Finland 76–70 Germany Germany
May 15 1992 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 90–67 Finland Finland
May 15 1992 Germany Germany 95–83 Spain Spain
May 15 1992 Sweden Sweden 93–89 Israel Israel
May 16 1992 Spain Spain 111–64 Sweden Sweden
May 16 1992 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 81–53 Germany Germany
May 16 1992 Finland Finland 81–74 Israel Israel
May 17 1992 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 81–69 Spain Spain
May 17 1992 Finland Finland 88–82 Sweden Sweden
May 17 1992 Israel Israel 70–61 Germany Germany

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Italy Italy 5 5 0 387 240
2 France France 5 4 1 342 312
3 Netherlands Netherlands 5 2 3 277 301
4 Poland Poland2 5 2 3 359 382
5 Romania Romania 5 1 4 314 369
6 Greece Greece 5 1 4 316 378


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May 13 1992 Romania Romania 61–50 Poland Poland
May 13 1992 Italy Italy 95–59 Greece Greece
May 13 1992 France France 71–61 Netherlands Netherlands
May 14 1992 Poland Poland 63–62 Greece Greece
May 14 1992 Italy Italy 60–26 Netherlands Netherlands
May 14 1992 France France 76–66 Romania Romania
May 15 1992 Italy Italy 74–42 Poland Poland
May 15 1992 Netherlands Netherlands 65–64 Romania Romania
May 15 1992 France France 70–57 Greece Greece
May 16 1992 Italy Italy 88–54 Romania Romania
May 16 1992 Netherlands Netherlands 81–48 Greece Greece
May 16 1992 France France 66–58 Poland Poland
May 17 1992 Greece Greece 90–69 Romania Romania
May 17 1992 Poland Poland 58–44 Netherlands Netherlands
May 17 1992 Italy Italy 70–59 France France

1 Following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia on 1 January 1993, the former Czechoslovak team was replaced by the new Slovak national team.
2 Poland was invited to the EuroBasket to replace FR Yugoslavia, which was disqualified in application of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 757.

First stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Italy Italy 3 3 0 212 189
2 Spain Spain 3 2 1 224 204
3 Bulgaria Bulgaria 3 1 2 220 228
4 Poland Poland 3 1 2 205 240
June 8 Spain Spain 92–68 Poland Poland
June 8 Italy Italy 79–69 Bulgaria Bulgaria
June 9 Spain Spain 76–70 Bulgaria Bulgaria
June 9 Italy Italy 67–64 Poland Poland
June 10 Bulgaria Bulgaria 81–73 Poland Poland
June 10 Italy Italy 66–56 Spain Spain

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Slovakia Slovakia 3 2 1 233 213
2 France France 3 2 1 199 187
3 Hungary Hungary 3 1 2 235 241
4 Russia Russia3 3 1 2 205 240
June 8 France France 71–53 Russia Russia
June 8 Slovakia Slovakia 88–82 Hungary Hungary
June 9 Russia Russia 80–75 Slovakia Slovakia
June 9 France France 77–64 Hungary Hungary
June 10 Hungary Hungary 89–76 Russia Russia
June 10 Slovakia Slovakia 70–51 France France

3 Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union the former Soviet team, the defending champion, was replaced by the new Russian national team.

Play-off stages[edit]

Semifinals Final
June 12
 Italy Italy  54  
 France France  56  
 
June 13
     France France  53
   Spain Spain  63
Third place
June 12 June 13
 Slovakia Slovakia  55  Italy Italy  67
 Spain Spain  73    Slovakia Slovakia  68
5th to 8th places
June 12 Bulgaria Bulgaria 76–74 Russia Russia
June 12 Poland Poland 95–64 Hungary Hungary
7th place
June 13 Russia Russia 103–83 Hungary Hungary
5th place
June 13 Poland Poland 77–72 Bulgaria Bulgaria


 1993 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 

Spain
First title

Final standings[edit]

Place Team PE
Gold medal icon.svg Spain Spain New entry
Silver medal icon.svg France France New entry
Bronze medal icon.svg Slovakia Slovakia Green Arrow Up Darker.svg2
4 Italy Italy Green Arrow Up Darker.svg3
5 Poland Poland Green Arrow Up Darker.svg1
6 Bulgaria Bulgaria Red Arrow Down.svg2
7 Russia Russia Red Arrow Down.svg6
8 Hungary Hungary Red Arrow Down.svg5

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