EuroBasket 1999 Women

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EuroBasket 1999 Women
27th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Poland
Dates May 28 – June 6
Teams 12
Champions  Poland (1st title)
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The 1999 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1999, was the 27th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Poland and took place from May 28 to June 6, 1999. Poland won the gold medal and France the silver medal while Russia won the bronze.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Russia 10 5 0 1.000 368 281 +87
 France 9 4 1 0.800 311 269 +42
 Croatia 7 2 3 0.400 309 336 −27
 Slovakia 7 2 3 0.400 298 295 +3
 Germany 6 1 4 0.200 307 346 −39
 Latvia 6 1 4 0.200 311 377 −66

Group B[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Lithuania 9 4 1 0.800 382 333 +49
 Poland 8 3 2 0.600 383 355 +28
 Yugoslavia 8 3 2 0.600 369 318 +51
 Czech Republic 8 3 2 0.600 386 357 −29
 Italy 7 2 3 0.400 303 312 −9
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 0 5 0.000 273 421 −158

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
         
  Poland  72
 
  Croatia  51  
  Poland  66
 
    Russia  61  
  Russia  61
 
  Czech Republic  51  
  Poland  59
 
    France  56
  France  64
 
  Yugoslavia  58  
  France  66 Third place
 
    Slovakia  39  
  Slovakia  69   Russia  78
  Lithuania  63     Slovakia  49
 

5th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
  Czech Republic  67  
  Croatia  52  
 
      Czech Republic  53
    Lithuania  43
Seventh place
  Yugoslavia  57   Croatia  72
  Lithuania  71     Yugoslavia  88

9th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Ninth place
  Latvia  55  
  Italy  54  
 
      Latvia  64
    Bosnia and Herzegovina  60
Eleventh place
  Germany  65   Italy  73
  Bosnia and Herzegovina  75     Germany  69


 Eurobasket Women 1999 Champion 

Poland
First title


Final standings[edit]

Place Team W-L
1  Poland 6–2
2  France 6–2
3  Russia 7–1
4  Slovakia 3–5
5  Czech Republic 5–3
6  Lithuania 5–3
7  Yugoslavia 4–4
8  Croatia 2–6
9  Latvia 3–4
10  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–6
11  Italy 2–5
12  Germany 2–5

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