EuroBasket 1997 Women

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EuroBasket 1997 Women
26th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Hungary
Dates 6 June – 15 June
Teams 12
Champions  Lithuania (1st title)
1995
1999 >

The 1997 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1997, was the 26th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Hungary and took place from 6 June to 15 June, 1997. Lithuania won the gold medal and Slovakia the silver medal while Germany won the bronze.

Qualification[edit]

First stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 6 6 0 574 419
2 Finland Finland 6 5 1 554 447
3 Belgium Belgium 6 4 2 542 408
4 Slovenia Slovenia 6 3 3 449 463
5 Denmark Denmark 5 2 4 453 473
6 Georgia (country) Georgia 6 1 5 444 516
7 Scotland Scotland 6 0 6 275 565
Bosnia and Herzegovina Finland Belgium Slovenia Denmark Georgia (country) Scotland
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and H. 101–90 98–78 100–52 88–76 92–70 95–53
Finland Finland 89–77 79–69 87–77 112–78 97–45
Belgium Belgium 92–71 95–59 78–63 122–28
Slovenia Slovenia 77–74 94–77 86–41
Denmark Denmark 84–74 83–52
Georgia (country) Georgia 82–56
Scotland Scotland

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Bulgaria Bulgaria 7 6 1 542 455
2 Israel Israel 7 6 1 586 462
3 Greece Greece 7 5 2 579 393
4 Belarus Belarus 7 5 2 628 508
5 Albania Albania 7 4 4 524 567
6 Switzerland Switzerland 7 2 5 475 615
7 Republic of Ireland Ireland 7 1 6 416 561
8 Austria Austria 7 0 7 456 644
Bulgaria Israel Greece Belarus Albania Switzerland Republic of Ireland Austria
Bulgaria Bulgaria 81–70 67–64 75–58 99–57 80–63 88–56
Israel Israel 66–65 84–73 100–58 89–70 80–56 97–59
Greece Greece 86–77 73–52 101–52 86–29 104–50
Belarus Belarus 87–52 102–78 96–82 84–50 109–76
Albania Albania 96–74 93–71 89–72
Switzerland Switzerland 67–62 73–72
Republic of Ireland Ireland 84–71
Austria Austria

Group C[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Poland Poland 7 7 0 629 441
2 Sweden Sweden 7 5 2 478 382
3 Portugal Portugal 7 4 3 447 414
4 Netherlands Netherlands 7 4 3 492 414
5 Turkey Turkey 7 4 3 470 437
6 Latvia Latvia 7 3 4 547 445
7 England England 7 1 6 398 492
8 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 7 0 7 275 711
Poland Sweden Portugal Netherlands Turkey Latvia England Azerbaijan
Poland Poland 84–71 74–66 74–68 83–68 96–82 90–52 128–34
Sweden Sweden 61–43 56–53 60–59 67–50 95–21
Portugal Portugal 62–60 70–57 57–49 91–42
Netherlands Netherlands 42–40 84–69 80–63 105–50
Turkey Turkey 72–68 67–61 74–59 92–54
Latvia Latvia 71–58 87–43 118–37
England England 82–37
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan

Second stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Slovakia Slovakia 5 5 0 409 289
2 Russia Russia 5 4 1 426 307
3 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 5 3 2 354 375
4 Romania Romania 5 2 3 298 346
5 Portugal Portugal 5 1 4 290 360
6 Sweden Sweden 5 0 5 302 402
Slovakia Russia Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Romania Portugal Sweden
Slovakia Slovakia 82–81 81–54 62–57 90–47 94–49
Russia Russia 92–66 79–41 83–60 91–58
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 81–69 68–59 85–74
Romania Romania 63–59 68–65
Portugal Portugal 64–56
Sweden Sweden

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Czech Republic Czech Republic 5 4 1 419 417
2 Lithuania Lithuania 5 3 2 436 421
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 3 2 426 405
4 France France 5 3 2 396 387
5 Finland Finland 5 2 3 424 434
6 Poland Poland 5 0 5 387 424
Czech Republic Lithuania Bosnia and Herzegovina France Finland Poland
Czech Republic Czech Republic 85–82 101–88 88–85 75–73
Lithuania Lithuania 88–81 75–74 98–79
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and H. 85–73 96–80 76–73
France France 89–70 72–70 88–87
Finland Finland 102–93 87–85
Poland Poland

Group C[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Spain Spain 5 4 1 425 332
2 Germany Germany 5 3 2 379 386
3 Moldova Moldova 5 3 2 354 382
4 Bulgaria Bulgaria 5 2 3 354 373
5 Croatia Croatia 5 2 3 372 362
6 Israel Israel 5 1 4 345 394
Spain Germany Moldova Bulgaria Croatia Israel
Spain Spain 95–62 95–62 81–73 83–52
Germany Germany 75–58 82–76 87–70
Moldova Moldova 80–62 69–68 85–82
Bulgaria Bulgaria 75–63 68–67
Croatia Croatia 83–71 87–73
Israel Israel 74–71

First stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Lithuania Lithuania 5 4 1 394 368
2 Spain Spain 5 3 2 382 361
3 Germany Germany 5 3 2 389 373
4 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 5 3 2 378 388
5 Ukraine Ukraine 5 2 3 377 380
6 Czech Republic Czech Republic 5 0 5 366 416
Lithuania Spain Germany Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ukraine Czech Republic
Lithuania Lithuania 78–67 75–67 73–70 89–82
Spain Spain 86–71 72–62 82–78
Germany Germany 92–88 85–65
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 82–79 74–73 84–69
Ukraine Ukraine 81–67 76–72
Czech Republic Czech Republic

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Slovakia Slovakia 5 4 1 350 309
2 Russia Russia 5 3 2 357 328
3 Hungary Hungary 5 3 2 357 341
4 Moldova Moldova 5 2 3 334 357
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 2 3 368 370
6 Italy Italy 5 1 4 324 385
Slovakia Russia Hungary Moldova Bosnia and Herzegovina Italy
Slovakia Slovakia 81–73 70–55 64–53 81–55
Russia Russia 75–66 68–53 66–52
Hungary Hungary 73–54 76–75 73–67
Moldova Moldova 79–75 72–68
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and H. 76–75 97–79
Italy Italy 70–69

Final stages[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
         
 Lithuania Lithuania  68
 
 Moldova Moldova  53  
 Lithuania Lithuania  78
 
   Germany Germany  77  
 Russia Russia  57
 
 Germany Germany  74  
 Lithuania Lithuania  72
 
   Slovakia Slovakia  62
 Slovakia Slovakia  66
 
 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia  57  
 Slovakia Slovakia  81 Third place
 
   Hungary Hungary  55  
 Spain Spain  70  Germany Germany  86
 Hungary Hungary  84    Hungary Hungary  61
 


 1997 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 

Lithuania
First title

Placement stages[edit]

First round Fifth place
 Moldova Moldova  73  
 Russia Russia  76  
 
     Russia Russia  77
   Spain Spain  82
Seventh place
 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia  47  Moldova Moldova  66
 Spain Spain  71    Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia  56
First round Ninth place
 Ukraine Ukraine  75  
 Italy Italy  73  
 
     Ukraine Ukraine  76
   Czech Republic Czech Republic  90
Eleventh place
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina  62  Italy Italy  71
 Czech Republic Czech Republic  91    Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina  64

Final standings[edit]

Place Team PE
Gold medal icon.svg Lithuania Lithuania Rise4
Silver medal icon.svg Slovakia Slovakia Rise2
Bronze medal icon.svg Germany Germany Rise11
4 Hungary Hungary Rise8
5 Spain Spain Rise4
6 Russia Russia Fall3
7 Moldova Moldova Fall1
8 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Rise2
9 Czech Republic Czech Republic Fall2
10 Ukraine Ukraine Fall9
11 Italy Italy Fall9
12 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina New entry

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