FIBA EuroBasket 2009 qualification

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

This page describes the qualification procedure for EuroBasket 2009.

Qualified teams[edit]

Countries that qualified for EuroBasket 2009 (red) and for the Additional Qualifying Round (yellow)

Eight teams have secured their places at the EuroBasket 2009 before the qualifications. Seven teams have qualified through the Qualifying Round, and one more team has qualified through the Additional Qualifying Round.

Qualified as the host nation:

Qualified through the participation at the 2008 Summer Olympics

Qualified through the participation at the FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament 2008

Qualified through the Qualifying Round

Qualified through the Additional Qualifying Round

Qualification format[edit]

The Qualifying Round was held from 20 August to 20 September 2008. The draw for the Qualifying Round was held on 16 February 2008 in Venice, Italy. There were four groups, one group of five teams and three groups of four teams. The first team from each group and the three best second placed teams have qualified for EuroBasket 2009. The qualified teams were: Bulgaria, Great Britain, Israel, Latvia, Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey.

The best six of the remaining teams then went to the Additional Qualifying Round, which has been held from 5 to 30 August 2009, shortly before the start of the Final Round. The teams qualified for the Additional Qualifying Round were: Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, France, Italy and Portugal. These six teams were divided in two groups of three teams each. After that, the winners of the groups, Belgium and France, have played each other for the last place in EuroBasket 2009, with France winning the two-leg match.

The last four teams have played in the Relegation Round, which was held from 5 to 20 August 2009. The teams qualified for the Relegation Round were: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary and Ukraine.[1] The bottom two of these four teams, Czech Republic and Estonia, have been relegated to EuroBasket Division B championship. The two teams on top of the group, Hungary and Ukraine, have stayed in EuroBasket Division A.

The draw for the groups of the Final Round as well as for the order of the games of the Additional Qualifying Round and the Relegation Round was held in Warsaw, Poland on 8 November 2008.[2]

EuroBasket 2009 was held from 7 to 20 September 2009.

Qualifying round[edit]

Draw seedings[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4

 France
 Italy
 Portugal
 Israel

 Turkey
 Latvia
 Serbia
 Czech Republic

 Macedonia
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Ukraine
 Bulgaria

 Estonia
 Belgium
 Hungary
 Finland
 Great Britain

Qualification groups[edit]

The draw for the Qualifying Round was held on 16 February 2008 in Venice, Italy.

Group A Group B Group C Group D

 Italy
 Serbia
 Bulgaria
 Hungary
 Finland

 Portugal
 Latvia
 Macedonia
 Estonia

 France
 Turkey
 Ukraine
 Belgium

 Israel
 Czech Republic
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Great Britain

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the Final Tournament
Qualified for the Additional Qualifying Round
Qualified for the Relegation Round
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Serbia 15 7 1 663 524 +139
 Bulgaria 12 4 4 670 639 +31
 Italy 12 4 4 574 590 −16
 Finland 11 3 5 613 655 −42
 Hungary 10 2 6 552 664 −112

Note: All times are local


20 August 2008
20:30
Italy  64–78  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 18–26, 16–12, 17–19, 13–21
Pts: Mordente 18
Rebs: Datome 6
Asts: Mordente 3
Pts: Vujanić 16
Rebs: Veličković 11
Asts: Teodosić 4
PalaRockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 4,000
Referees: Christos Mastraftsis (Greece), Daniel Hierrezuelo (Spain), Joseph Bissang (France)

20 August 2008
18:00
Bulgaria  89–71  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 23–24, 21–24, 21–7
Pts: Jaaber 23
Rebs: D. Ivanov 12
Asts: Videnov 5
Pts: Sitku 15
Rebs: Németh 6
Asts: B. Simon 4
Universiada Hall, Sofia
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Marjan Stojovski (Republic of Macedonia), Recep Ankaralı (Turkey), Marius Ciulin (Romania)

23 August 2008
19:00
Finland  68–90  Bulgaria
Scoring by quarter: 10–19, 24–20, 19–25, 15–26
Pts: Möttölä 21
Rebs: Möttölä, Muurinen 5
Asts: Koponen 4
Pts: Ivanov 24
Rebs: Georgiev, Jaaber 7
Asts: Videnov 5
Energia Areena, Vantaa
Attendance: 1,974
Referees: Lahdo Sharro (Sweden), Tomas Jasevicius (Lithuania), Olegs Latisevs (Latvia)

23 August 2008
18:00
Hungary  68–64  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 20–23, 22–10, 11–22, 15–9
Pts: Báder 15
Rebs: Báder 11
Asts: Németh, B. Simon 3
Pts: Amoroso 21
Rebs: Amoroso 8
Asts: Poeta 5
Tiszaligeti Sports Hall, Szolnok
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Ivan Zachara (Czech Republic), Igor Poljanšek (Slovenia), Robert Lottermoser (Germany)

27 August 2008
18:00
Serbia  94–60  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 27–17, 17–15, 19–20, 31–8
Pts: Erceg 15
Rebs: Marković 5
Asts: Teodosić 5
Pts: Báder 16
Rebs: Báder 12
Asts: B. Simon, Fodor, Németh 2
Belgrade Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 18,000
Referees: Engin Kennerman (Turkey), Ademir Zurapović (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Aleksandar Milojeviḱ (Republic of Macedonia)

27 August 2008
18:00
Italy  88–80  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 23–21, 21–18, 26–26
Pts: Poeta 20
Rebs: Mancinelli, Bulleri 6
Asts: Poeta, Mordente, Bulleri 1
Pts: Möttölä 20
Rebs: Kotti 9
Asts: Koponen 1
Palasport Tricalle, Chieti
Attendance: 3,000
Referees: Marko Vučkovič (Slovenia), Miguel Angel Perez Niz (Spain), Sergio Silva (Portugal)

30 August 2008
18:00
Bulgaria  81–80  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 25–23, 16–19, 22–18, 18–20
Pts: Videnov 21
Rebs: Stoykov 8
Asts: D. Ivanov, Videnov, Angelov, Stoykov 3
Pts: Bulleri 18
Rebs: Datome 9
Asts: Vitali 4
Universiada Hall, Sofia
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (Greece), Mehmet Keseratar (Turkey), Sergiy Zashchuk (Ukraine)

30 August 2008
20:00
Finland  80–77  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 13–22, 27–17, 21–20, 19–18
Pts: Koponen 18
Rebs: Matinen 4
Asts: Koponen 4
Pts: Krstić 29
Rebs: Erceg 7
Asts: Vujanić 5
Energia Areena, Vantaa
Attendance: 1,682
Referees: Aare Halliko (Estonia), Arnis Ozols (Latvia), Oscar Lefwerth (Sweden)

3 September 2008
18:00
Hungary  64–79  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 22–13, 15–22, 12–22, 15–22
Pts: Sitku 20
Rebs: Sitku, Németh 6
Asts: B. Simon 4
Pts: Koponen 17
Rebs: Möttölä 9
Asts: Virtanen 5
City Sports Hall, Salgótarján
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Siniša Herceg (Croatia), Robert Vyklicky (Czech Republic), Damir Javor (Slovenia)

3 September 2008
20:30
Serbia  74–64  Bulgaria
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 20–13, 18–17, 18–21
Pts: Veličković 20
Rebs: Krstić 6
Asts: Teodosić 7
Pts: Jaaber 12
Rebs: Georgiev 8
Asts: Georgiev 3
Belgrade Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 15,000
Referees: Shmuel Bachar (Israel), Bojan Jovanić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Rüstü Nuran (Turkey)

6 September 2008
18:00
Serbia  72–52  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 21–11, 17–16, 20–11, 14–14
Pts: Vujanić 13
Rebs: Krstić 9
Asts: Veličković 3
Pts: Poeta 14
Rebs: Amoroso 8
Asts: Cinciarini 2
Belgrade Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 14,000
Referees: Srđan Dožai (Croatia), Juan Arteaga (Spain), Seffi Shemmesh (Israel)

6 September 2008
18:00
Hungary  87–86  Bulgaria
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 27–24, 23–29, 17–14
Pts: Németh 19
Rebs: Báder 7
Asts: Sitku, Németh 4
Pts: Angelov 21
Rebs: Videnov 7
Asts: Videnov 4
City Sports Hall, Salgótarján
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Ivo Dolinek (Czech Republic), Milan Brziak (Slovakia), Sreten Radović (Croatia)

10 September 2008
20:30
Bulgaria  102–90  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 29–22, 17–25, 26–14, 30–29
Pts: Jaaber 29
Rebs: D. Ivanov, Jaaber 8
Asts: Jaaber 6
Pts: Huff 26
Rebs: Muurinen, Huff, Möttölä 7
Asts: Koponen 6
Universiada Hall, Sofia
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: Volodymyr Drabikovsky (Ukraine), Zoran Zlatevski (Republic of Macedonia), Georgios Tanatzis (Greece)

10 September 2008
20:00
Italy  75–68  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 26–12, 11–15, 18–23, 20–18
Pts: Poeta 15
Rebs: Amoroso 10
Asts: Soragna, Poeta 2
Pts: Németh 19
Rebs: Sitku 6
Asts: Fodor 2
PalaSavelli, Porto San Giorgio
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: Andrej Lovšin (Slovenia), Vicente Bulto (Spain), Dragan Kralj (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

13 September 2008
18:00
Hungary  61–89  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 20–28, 15–28, 14–12, 12–21
Pts: Németh 11
Rebs: Báder 7
Asts: Fodor 5
Pts: Tripković 20
Rebs: Perović 9
Asts: Tepić 8
Arena Savaria, Szombathely
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Stelian Banica (Romania), Murat Biricik (Turkey), Ioannis Foufis (Greece)

13 September 2008
19:00
Finland  62–69  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 16–25, 17–16, 12–10, 17–18
Pts: Muurinen 24
Rebs: Kotti, Muurinen 11
Asts: Koponen 2
Pts: Soragna 18
Rebs: Cittadini 7
Asts: Giachetti 2
Energia Areena, Vantaa
Attendance: 2,764
Referees: Sigmundur Herbertsson (Iceland), Oskars Lucis (Latvia), Juan Carlos Garcia Gonzalez (Spain)

17 September 2008
20:00
Italy  82–81  Bulgaria
Scoring by quarter: 23–20, 19–24, 21–13, 19–24
Pts: Poeta 21
Rebs: Cittadini 12
Asts: Poeta 3
Pts: Stoykov 19
Rebs: K. Ivanov 6
Asts: D. Ivanov 6
PalaRuffini, Turin
Attendance: 3,080
Referees: Václav Lukeš (Czech Republic), Zoran Šutulović (Montenegro), Daniel Hierrezuelo (Spain)

17 September 2008
20:30
Serbia  92–66  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 28–11, 21–24, 25–14
Pts: Erceg 21
Rebs: Erceg 7
Asts: Teodosić 6
Pts: Matinen 12
Rebs: Ulander, Huff, Iisalo 3
Asts: Koponen 3
Belgrade Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 15,700
Referees: Chrisostomos Schinas (Greece), Matej Boltauzer (Slovenia), Mircea Constantin Serban (Romania)

20 September 2008
19:00
Finland  88–73  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 19–21, 28–16, 18–15
Pts: Muurinen 22
Rebs: Kotti 12
Asts: Muurinen, Huff, Kotti, Koponen, Möttölä, Virtanen 1
Pts: Kaman 22
Rebs: Báder 10
Asts: Sitku 3
Energia Areena, Vantaa
Attendance: 1,792
Referees: Lars Klaar (Sweden), Marek Ćmikiewicz (Poland), Borys Shulga (Ukraine)

20 September 2008
21:00
Bulgaria  77–87  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 16–26, 14–23, 22–24, 25–14
Pts: Jaaber 27
Rebs: D. Ivanov 8
Asts: Stoykov, Jaaber 4
Pts: Krstić 17
Rebs: Krstić 9
Asts: Teodosić 4
Universiada Hall, Sofia
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: Grzegorz Ziemblicki (Poland), Konstantinos Mouzakis (Greece), Doru Vinasi (Romania)

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the Final Tournament
Qualified for the Additional Qualifying Round
Qualified for the Relegation Round
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Macedonia 10 4 2 495 443 +52
 Latvia 10 4 2 492 446 +46
 Portugal 9 3 3 395 460 −65
 Estonia 7 1 5 434 467 −33

Note: All times are local


3 September 2008
18:30
Latvia  83–82 OT  Macedonia
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 16–18, 23–24, 20–20, OT: 9–8
Pts: Biedriņš 30
Rebs: Biedriņš 22
Asts: K. Valters 4
Pts: V. Stefanov 25
Rebs: Massey 11
Asts: V. Stefanov, Ilievski, Gečevski 3
Arena Riga, Riga
Attendance: 5,000
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavicius (Lithuania), Sergiy Chebyshev (Ukraine), Tomasz Trawicki (Poland)

3 September 2008
20:30
Portugal  70–79  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 17–21, 20–19, 22–13, 11–26
Pts: Andrade 14
Rebs: Marçal 8
Asts: Tavares, Silva, Andrade, Évora 2
Pts: Kullamäe 28
Rebs: Talts 8
Asts: Sokk, Kangur 4
Arena Dolce Vita, Ovar
Attendance: 1,750
Referees: Miguel Perez Perez (Spain), Joseph Bissang (France), Stephen Ellis (England)

6 September 2008
17:00
Estonia  81–88  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 20–14, 18–25, 20–24, 23–25
Pts: Kullamäe 16
Rebs: Kangur 8
Asts: Tein 6
Pts: Janicenoks, Biedriņš 25
Rebs: Biedriņš 9
Asts: K. Valters 7
Saku Suurhall Arena, Tallinn
Attendance: 5,000
Referees: Lars Klaar (Sweden), Janusz Calik (Poland), Tomas Jasevicius (Lithuania)

6 September 2008
20:15
Macedonia  85–48  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 22–4, 22–20, 27–14, 14–10
Pts: V. Stefanov 23
Rebs: Gečevski 8
Asts: Samardžiski 4
Pts: Évora 15
Rebs: Santos 5
Asts: Costa 5
Boris Trajkovski Sports Arena, Skopje
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Nikolaos Papadimitriou (Greece), Milivoje Jovčić (Serbia), Vladimir Tsekov (Bulgaria)

10 September 2008
18:30
Latvia  79–43  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 19–10, 19–15, 14–9, 27–9
Pts: Biedriņš 21
Rebs: Biedriņš 12
Asts: K. Valters 5
Pts: Andrade 15
Rebs: Andrade 8
Asts: Costa 6
Arena Riga, Riga
Attendance: 5,000
Referees: Borys Ryzhyk (Ukraine), Apostolos Kalpakas (Sweden), Sergey Krug (Russia)

10 September 2008
18:00
Estonia  78–90  Macedonia
Scoring by quarter: 22–22, 15–24, 20–22, 21–22
Pts: Arbet 18
Rebs: Kangur 8
Asts: Tein 5
Pts: Massey 20
Rebs: Massey 10
Asts: V. Stefanov 4
Saku Suurhall Arena, Tallinn
Attendance: 4,000
Referees: Petri Mäntylä (Finland), Oscar Lefwerth (Sweden), Grzegorz Bachanski (Poland)

13 September 2008
20:15
Macedonia  80–78  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 28–17, 16–25, 20–19, 16–17
Pts: V. Stefanov 16
Rebs: Antiḱ 7
Asts: R. Stefanov, Samardžiski 2
Pts: Biedriņš 23
Rebs: Biedriņš 18
Asts: K. Valters 6
Boris Trajkovski Sports Arena, Skopje
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (Italy), Miroslav Tomov (Bulgaria), Spyridon Gontas (Greece)

13 September 2008
17:00
Estonia  54–60  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 12–14, 6–20, 24–8
Pts: Dorbek, Kullamäe 12
Rebs: Talts 5
Asts: Kriisa 4
Pts: Cunha 21
Rebs: Miranda 9
Asts: Costa, Miranda 3
Saku Suurhall Arena, Tallinn
Attendance: 4,000
Referees: Carl Jungebrand (Finland), Anton Makhlin (Russia), Jurgis Laurinavicius (Lithuania)

17 September 2008
18:30
Latvia  72–67  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 20–10, 18–19, 17–15, 17–23
Pts: Biedriņš 16
Rebs: Biedriņš 8
Asts: Blums, K. Valters 3
Pts: Kangur 21
Rebs: Kangur 14
Asts: Tein, Kangur 3
Arena Riga, Riga
Attendance: 4,500
Referees: Grzegorz Ziemblicki (Poland), Sergiy Chebyshev (Ukraine), Rafael Ganiev (Russia)

17 September 2008
21:00
Portugal  81–71  Macedonia
Scoring by quarter: 22–10, 22–28, 14–16, 23–17
Pts: Costa 19
Rebs: Andrade 11
Asts: Costa 5
Pts: Massey 20
Rebs: Gečevski 6
Asts: Blaževski 3
Pavilhão Multiusos de Coimbra, Coimbra
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Paolo Taurino (Italy), David Chambon (France), Antonio Conde (Spain)

20 September 2008
16:35
Portugal  93–92  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 23–18, 28–27, 19–22, 23–25
Pts: Costa 29
Rebs: Andrade 6
Asts: Costa 7
Pts: Janicenoks 21
Rebs: Biedriņš 13
Asts: K. Valters, Janicenoks 2
Pavilhão Rota dos Móveis, Parades
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Fabrizio Pizio (Switzerland), Daniel Hierrezuelo (Spain), Eddie Viator (France)

20 September 2008
20:15
Macedonia  87–75  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 32–14, 19–13, 17–27, 19–21
Pts: Gečevski 18
Rebs: Gečevski 6
Asts: Ilievski 6
Pts: Kangur 19
Rebs: Kangur 7
Asts: Tein 7
Boris Trajkovski Sports Arena, Skopje
Attendance: 6,500
Referees: Christos Mastraftsis (Greece), Marin Mehandjiev (Bulgaria), Zoran Šutulović (Montenegro)

Group C[edit]

Qualified for the Final Tournament
Qualified for the Additional Qualifying Round
Qualified for the Relegation Round
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Turkey 12 6 0 487 407 +80
 France 9 3 3 460 446 +14
 Belgium 8 2 4 403 430 −27
 Ukraine 7 1 5 417 484 −67

Note: All times are local


3 September 2008
20:00
Turkey  86–73  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 24–24, 27–13, 20–17, 15–19
Pts: Savaş, Gönlüm, Türkoğlu 15
Rebs: İlyasova 12
Asts: Türkoğlu 5
Pts: Butskyy, Agafonov 15
Rebs: Lishouk 8
Asts: Butskyy, Drozdov 3
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Moise Bitton (Israel), Dimitar Gologanov (Bulgaria), Milan Mažić (Serbia)

3 September 2008
20:00
France  82–63  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 18–18, 21–12, 27–18
Pts: de Colo 28
Rebs: Marquis 6
Asts: Parker, Brun 3
Pts: Van Rossom 17
Rebs: Beghin 6
Asts: Moors 6
Palais des Sports Jean Weille, Nancy
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Marcello Reatto (Italy), Oliver Krause (Germany), Neil Wilkinson (England)

6 September 2008
20:00
Belgium  63–78  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 13–15, 15–21, 21–18, 14–24
Pts: Beghin 19
Rebs: Beghin 10
Asts: Tabu-Eboma 3
Pts: İlyasova 21
Rebs: Gönlüm 13
Asts: Türkoğlu 5
Spiroudome, Charleroi
Attendance: 800
Referees: Carmelo Paternico (Italy), Roger Harrison (England), Robert Lottermoser (Germany)

6 September 2008
16:30
Ukraine  78–77  France
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 20–15, 15–20, 24–17
Pts: Lishouk 18
Rebs: Drozdov 6
Asts: Zabirchenko, Agafonov 4
Pts: Parker 30
Rebs: Brun, Turiaf 5
Asts: Parker, Tchicamboud, Brun, Turiaf 2
Palace of Sports, Kiev
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (Lithuania), Marcin Kowalski (Poland), Sergey Mikhaylov (Russia)

10 September 2008
17:45
Turkey  77–65  France
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 20–16, 19–10, 20–20
Pts: Tunçeri 16
Rebs: İlyasova 8
Asts: Arslan, Türkoğlu 4
Pts: Parker 32
Rebs: Marquis 9
Asts: Diawara, Bokolo, de Colo, Kirksay 1
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 10,300
Referees: Shmuel Bachar (Israel), Milija Vojinović (Serbia), Marius Ciulin (Romania)

10 September 2008
20:00
Belgium  72–61  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 23–16, 14–14, 19–14, 16–17
Pts: Beghin 16
Rebs: Lichodzijewski 9
Asts: Van Rossom 5
Pts: Drozdov 27
Rebs: Agafonov 10
Asts: Drozdov, Agafonov 2
Spiroudome, Charleroi
Attendance: 500
Referees: Jose Martin (Spain), Luis Lopes (Portugal), Carmelo Lo Guzzo (Italy)

13 September 2008
16:30
Ukraine  64–86  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 18–23, 16–27, 14–19
Pts: Kryvych 22
Rebs: Lishouk 8
Asts: Kryvych 4
Pts: Gönlüm 17
Rebs: İlyasova 7
Asts: Atsür, Savaş 3
Palace of Sports, Kiev
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: Ilija Belošević (Serbia), Gennadi Ponomarev (Russia), Omer Esteron (Israel)

13 September 2008
20:00
Belgium  65–71  France
Scoring by quarter: 11–16, 18–19, 20–16, 16–20
Pts: Lauwers 18
Rebs: Van der Jonckheyd, Lichodzijewski 7
Asts: Moors, Van der Jonckheyd 2
Pts: Parker 18
Rebs: de Colo 7
Asts: de Colo 2
Spiroudome, Charleroi
Attendance: 5,500
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch (Italy), Oscar Perea (Spain), Bert Van Slooten (Netherlands)

17 September 2008
20:00
Turkey  80–64  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 24–23, 21–10, 17–16
Pts: İlyasova 22
Rebs: İlyasova 8
Asts: Arslan, Türkoğlu 4
Pts: Moors 14
Rebs: Moors 6
Asts: Moors 5
Abdi İpekçi Arena, Istanbul
Attendance: 9,000
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (Italy), Andrej Jeršan (Slovenia), Seffi Shemmesh (Israel)

17 September 2008
20:00
France  87–83  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 25–19, 24–18, 20–24
Pts: Parker 25
Rebs: Turiaf 9
Asts: Kirksay 4
Pts: Agafonov 22
Rebs: Onufriyev 7
Asts: Butskyy 5
Antarès, Le Mans
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Dubravko Muhvić (Croatia), Jose Ramon Garcia Ortiz (Spain), Eric Bertrand (Switzerland)

20 September 2008
20:00
France  78–80  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 20–15, 15–15, 21–22, 22–28
Pts: Parker 37
Rebs: Parker 7
Asts: Parker 5
Pts: Solak 16
Rebs: İlyasova, Gönlüm 7
Asts: Atsür, Tunçeri 3
Palais des Sports de Fetes, Limoges
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Carmelo Paternico (Italy), Matej Boltauzer (Slovenia), Luis Lopes (Portugal)

20 September 2008
16:30
Ukraine  58–76  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 11–25, 17–12, 12–26
Pts: Lishouk 21
Rebs: Drozdov 8
Asts: Kryvych 3
Pts: Beghin 18
Rebs: Beghin 11
Asts: Beghin, Hervelle, Van der Jonckheyd, Loubry 2
Olymp, Yuzhne
Attendance: 1,800
Referees: Milivoje Jovčić (Serbia), Gil Oved (Israel), Marek Maliszewski (Poland)

Group D[edit]

Qualified for the Final Tournament
Qualified for the Additional Qualifying Round
Qualified for the Relegation Round
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 Great Britain 10 4 2 504 482 +22
 Israel 9 3 3 515 491 +24
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 9 3 3 465 470 −5
 Czech Republic 8 2 4 432 473 −41

Note: All times are local


3 September 2008
18:00
Czech Republic  70–56  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 14–15, 20–11, 20–16
Pts: Benda 15
Rebs: Benda 10
Asts: Welsch 5
Pts: Teletović 12
Rebs: Đedović 6
Asts: Bajramović 3
ČEZ Arena, Pardubice
Attendance: 3,800
Referees: Grzegorz Bachanski (Poland), Boris Schmidt (Germany), Peter Bodnar (Hungary)

3 September 2008
19:00
Israel  102–92 OT  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 23–22, 27–20, 16–18OT: 17–7
Pts: Tapiro 27
Rebs: Green 6
Asts: Tapiro 6
Pts: Deng 30
Rebs: Freeland 9
Asts: Mensah-Bonsu 6
Nokia Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Petr Sudek (Slovakia), Charalampos Karakatsounis (Greece), Ismail Özgün (Turkey)

6 September 2008
16:00
Great Britain  87–68  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 24–10, 13–13, 18–14, 32–31
Pts: Reinking 22
Rebs: Mensah-Bonsu 16
Asts: Boyd 6
Pts: Welsch 17
Rebs: Welsch 8
Asts: Welsch 4
The O2 arena, London
Attendance: 7,000
Referees: Vicente Bulto (Spain), Joseph Bissang (France), Sigmundur Herbertsson (Iceland)

6 September 2008
20:00
Bosnia and Herzegovina  77–71  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 19–18, 17–24, 19–14
Pts: Bajramović, Opačak 13
Rebs: Jazvin 9
Asts: Gordić 3
Pts: Tamir 13
Rebs: Green 7
Asts: Tapiro 3
SKPC Mejdan, Tuzla
Attendance: 5,000
Referees: Christos Christodoulou (Greece), Marko Juras (Serbia), Radomir Vojinović (Montenegro)

10 September 2008
18:00
Czech Republic  91–70  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 18–12, 18–16, 27–19, 28–23
Pts: Welsch, Benda 20
Rebs: Starosta 9
Asts: Welsch 8
Pts: Pnini 22
Rebs: Casspi 8
Asts: Casspi, Halperin, Pnini 2
ČEZ Arena, Pardubice
Attendance: 4,670
Referees: Gianluca Mattioli (Italy), Fabien Conderanne (France), Anastasios Piloidis (Greece)

10 September 2008
19:30
Great Britain  82–74  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 20–18, 21–23, 21–11, 20–22
Pts: Deng 29
Rebs: Mensah-Bonsu 11
Asts: Deng 5
Pts: Bajramović 15
Rebs: Bajramović 8
Asts: Bremer 7
National Indoor Arena, Birmingham
Attendance: 2,525
Referees: Juan Mitjana (Spain), Carlos Mateus (France), Tomasz Trawicki (Poland)

13 September 2008
20:00
Bosnia and Herzegovina  95–79  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 28–29, 26–16, 13–15, 28–19
Pts: Teletović 20
Rebs: Jazvin 7
Asts: Gordić, Milošević, Bremer, Đedović 2
Pts: Welsch 20
Rebs: Benda 7
Asts: Nečas 2
Sport Hall SD Cazin, Cazin
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (Greece), Enrico Sabetta (Italy), Tomislav Vovk (Croatia)

13 September 2008
19:00
Great Britain  96–86  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 22–19, 31–21, 23–14, 20–32
Pts: Mensah-Bonsu 22
Rebs: Mensah-Bonsu 11
Asts: Deng, Reinking 5
Pts: Eliyahu 24
Rebs: Pnini 5
Asts: Tapiro 4
Liverpool Echo Arena, Liverpool
Attendance: 2,350
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (Spain), Eddie Viator (France), Oliver Krause (Germany)

17 September 2008
18:00
Czech Republic  63–67  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 20–21, 14–15, 13–17, 16–14
Pts: Welsch 28
Rebs: Welsch 6
Asts: Welsch 6
Pts: Deng 21
Rebs: Mensah-Bonsu 12
Asts: Boyd 2
ČEZ Arena, Pardubice
Attendance: 6,450
Referees: Saša Pukl (Slovenia), Roberto Chiari (Italy), Peter Vigh (Hungary)

17 September 2008
18:00
Israel  88–74  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 19–24, 21–21, 25–14, 23–15
Pts: Halperin 22
Rebs: Eliyahu 17
Asts: Eliyahu 6
Pts: Ikonić 17
Rebs: Opačak 7
Asts: Gordić 6
Nokia Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 6,000
Referees: Fabio Facchini (Italy), Mehmet Keseratar (Turkey), Panagiotis Anastopoulos (Greece)

20 September 2008
21:00
Israel  98–61  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 28–17, 21–18, 29–19, 20–7
Pts: Halperin 25
Rebs: Eliyahu 9
Asts: Halperin 7
Pts: Benda 16
Rebs: Benda 5
Asts: Welsch 6
Nokia Arena, Tel Aviv
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Christos Christodoulou (Greece), Emin Mogulkoc (Turkey), Antonis Demetriou (Cyprus)

20 September 2008
20:00
Bosnia and Herzegovina  89–80  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 13–20, 28–17, 20–14, 28–29
Pts: Bremer 18
Rebs: Jazvin, Bajramović 5
Asts: Bremer 6
Pts: Betts 14
Rebs: Freeland, Betts 8
Asts: Sullivan 2
Sport Hall SD Cazin, Cazin
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Ilija Belošević (Serbia), Siniša Herceg (Croatia), Georgios Tanatzis (Greece)

Best group runners-up[edit]

Teams were ranked by basis of winning percentage (PCT), then goal efficiency or goal average.[2]

Qualified for the Final Tournament
Qualified for the Additional Qualifying Round
Grp. Team W L PF PA Diff. PCT Tie GAvg.
B  Latvia 4 2 492 446 +46 .667
D  Israel 3 3 515 491 +24 .500 1.0489
A  Bulgaria 4 4 670 639 +31 .500 1.0485
C  France 3 3 460 446 +14 .500 1.0313

Additional Qualifying Round[edit]

The draw for the groups of the Additional Qualifying Round was held in Warsaw, Poland on 8 November 2008. Six teams have been divided in two groups of three teams each.[3] The winners of these groups, Belgium and France, have played each other for the last place in EuroBasket 2009, with France earning the spot at the end. The Additional Qualifying Round has been held from 5 to 30 August 2009.

Draw seedings[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3

 France
 Bosnia and Herzegovina

 Italy
 Portugal

 Finland
 Belgium

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the Additional qualifying round final match
Eliminated
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff Tie
 Belgium 7 3 1 303 277 +26 1–1, 1.112
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 7 3 1 296 296 0 1–1, 0.899
 Portugal 4 0 4 233 259 −26

Note: All times are local


5 August 2009
20:30
Portugal  56–62  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 11–19, 11–17, 14–17, 20–9
Pts: Coelho 17
Rebs: Gomes 7
Asts: Miranda 4
Pts: Đedović 15
Rebs: Bajramović 6
Asts: Bajramović 2
Pavilhão Municipal da Póvoa de Varzim, Póvoa de Varzim
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (Spain), Chantal Julien (France), Eric Bertrand (Switzerland)

8 August 2009
20:15
Bosnia and Herzegovina  82–77  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 20–14, 26–16, 17–21
Pts: Đedović 18
Rebs: Bajramović 9
Asts: Gordić 3
Pts: Hervelle 33
Rebs: Hervelle 7
Asts: Hervelle, Moors, Mbenga, Van Rossom 2
Gradska arena, Zenica
Attendance: 4,000
Referees: Milivoje Jovčić (Serbia), Christos Christodoulou (Greece), Peter Bodnar (Hungary)

11 August 2009
20:00
Belgium  64–58  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 10–15, 24–15, 14–11
Pts: Lauwers 16
Rebs: Hervelle 8
Asts: Lauwers 3
Pts: Santos 19
Rebs: Santos, Silva, Andrade 6
Asts: Silva, Andrade 3
Lotto Arena, Antwerp
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (France), Neil Wilkinson (England), Lahdo Sharro (Sweden)

14 August 2009
20:15
Bosnia and Herzegovina  73–61  Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 18–6, 18–15, 16–18
Pts: Gordić 18
Rebs: Bavčić 7
Asts: Bajramović, Bavčić, Jovanović 2
Pts: Costa, Évora 15
Rebs: Andrade 6
Asts: Santos 3
Gradska arena, Zenica
Attendance: 5,000
Referees: Ivo Dolinek (Czech Republic), Gili Cohen (Israel), Boris Gabara (Slovakia)

17 August 2009
20:00
Belgium  102–79  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 23–26, 30–11, 26–21
Pts: Jonckheyd 20
Rebs: Hervelle 10
Asts: Bosco 4
Pts: Varda 17
Rebs: Bajramović 4
Asts: Gordić, Đedović, Jovanović 2
Lotto Arena, Antwerp
Attendance: 4,800
Referees: Carmelo Paternico (Italy), Carlos Mateus (France), Keith Williams (England)

20 August 2009
20:30
Portugal  58–60  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 9–16, 11–11, 19–16, 19–17
Pts: Andrade 16
Rebs: Andrade 7
Asts: Costa 3
Pts: Moors 15
Rebs: Hervelle 11
Asts: Moors 3
Pavilhão Multiusos de Coimbra, Coimbra
Attendance: 600
Referees: Miguel Perez Perez (Spain), Enrico Sabetta (Italy), Roger Harrison (England)

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the Additional qualifying round final match
Eliminated
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff
 France 7 3 1 316 287 +29
 Finland 6 2 2 319 321 −2
 Italy 5 1 3 304 331 −27

Note: All times are local


5 August 2009
20:30
Italy  77–80 OT  France
Scoring by quarter: 15–21, 14–14, 22–16, 15–15, OT: 11–14
Pts: Belinelli 26
Rebs: Mancinelli 5
Asts: Mancinelli 4
Pts: Piétrus, Batum 20
Rebs: Batum 8
Asts: Jeanneau, Diaw 4
PalaRockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 4,000
Referees: Zoran Šutulović (Montenegro), Matej Boltauzer (Slovenia), Robert Lottermoser (Germany)

8 August 2009
20:00
France  82–72  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 28–21, 18–14, 17–12, 19–25
Pts: Diot 16
Rebs: Piétrus, Turiaf 6
Asts: de Colo 5
Pts: Haanpää 21
Rebs: Koponen, Kotti 5
Asts: Rannikko 5
Palais des Sports de Pau, Pau
Attendance: 7,500
Referees: Fernando Rocha (Portugal), Grzegorz Bachański (Poland), Moritz Reiter (Germany)

11 August 2009
19:00
Finland  75–77  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 10–17, 24–21, 21–25, 20–14
Pts: Möttölä 16
Rebs: Möttölä, Kotti 4
Asts: Rannikko 6
Pts: Belinelli 23
Rebs: Bargnani 8
Asts: Vitali 5
Energia Areena, Vantaa
Attendance: 2,852
Referees: Jakub Zamojski (Poland), Apostolos Kalpakas (Sweden), Sergey Krug (Russia)

14 August 2009
20:00
France  81–61  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 19–7, 22–20, 21–19, 19–15
Pts: Parker 23
Rebs: Piétrus 9
Asts: Parker 5
Pts: Belinelli 19
Rebs: Bargnani 5
Asts: Belinelli 2
Palais des Sports de Pau, Pau
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Saša Pukl (Slovenia), Vicente Bulto (Spain), Robert Vyklicky (Czech Republic)

17 August 2009
19:00
Finland  77–73  France
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 18–23, 21–15, 23–22
Pts: Rannikko 21
Rebs: Möttölä 9
Asts: Koponen 4
Pts: de Colo 18
Rebs: Diaw 9
Asts: Diaw 4
Energia Areena, Vantaa
Attendance: 3,354
Referees: Romualdas Brazauskas (Lithuania), Oliver Krause (Germany), Ingus Baumanis (Latvia)

20 August 2009
20:30
Italy  89–95  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 23–28, 25–23, 22–23, 19–21
Pts: Belinelli 26
Rebs: Amoroso 7
Asts: Giachetti 3
Pts: Koponen 26
Rebs: Nikkilä 6
Asts: Rannikko 5
PalaSavelli, Porto San Giorgio
Attendance: 2,650
Referees: Lazaros Voreadis (Greece), Zdravko Rutešić (Montenegro), Alfred Jovović (Croatia)

Additional Qualifying Round play-off[edit]


27 August 2009
20:00
Belgium  70–66  France
Scoring by quarter: 19–27, 18–12, 18–17, 15–10
Pts: Hervelle 14
Rebs: Mbenga 7
Asts: Van Rossom 3
Pts: Parker 26
Rebs: Turiaf 12
Asts: Jeanneau, Parker, Piétrus, Turiaf, Diaw, Batum, Koffi, de Colo 1
Lotto Arena, Antwerp
Attendance: 5,600
Referees: Ilija Belošević (Serbia), Virginijus Dovidavicius (Lithuania), Panagiotis Anastopoulos (Greece)

30 August 2009
17:00
France  92–54  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 27–10, 22–12, 22–17
Pts: Turiaf 19
Rebs: Turiaf 9
Asts: Diot 9
Pts: Beghin 11
Rebs: De Bel 4
Asts: Hervelle 3
Series tied 1–1, France win 158–124 on aggregate
Palais des Sports de Pau, Pau
Attendance: 8,000
Referees: Emilio Perez (Spain), Andrej Lovšin (Slovenia), Radomir Vojinović (Montenegro)

Relegation Round[edit]

The draw for the order of the games of the Relegation Round was held in Warsaw, Poland on 8 November 2008.[3] Four teams have played home and away matches in a round-robin tournament. At the end, the two teams topping the group, Hungary and Ukraine, have stayed in Division A and the two teams at the bottom, Czech Republic and Estonia, have been relegated to EuroBasket Division B championship. The Relegation Round was held from 5 to 20 August 2009.

Group C[edit]

Stays in EuroBasket Division A
Relegated to EuroBasket Division B
Team Pts W L PF PA Diff Tie
 Hungary 10 4 2 435 394 +41 1–1, 1.104
 Ukraine 10 4 2 436 437 −1 1–1, 0.906
 Czech Republic 9 3 3 412 404 +8
 Estonia 7 1 5 383 431 −48

Note: All times are local


5 August 2009
18:00
Hungary  91–67  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 22–21, 29–18, 22–12
Pts: Németh 21
Rebs: Lóránt 12
Asts: Fodor, Németh, Trepák, Lóránt 2
Pts: Pecherov 17
Rebs: Fesenko 7
Asts: Popov, Gliebov 2
Arena Savaria, Szombathely
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Srđan Dožai (Croatia), Milan Mažić (Serbia), Aleksandar Milojeviḱ (Republic of Macedonia)

5 August 2009
19:00
Estonia  69–65  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 12–20, 16–19, 14–12, 27–14
Pts: Arbet 17
Rebs: Kangur, Talts 8
Asts: Kangur, Talts 3
Pts: Benda 16
Rebs: Veselý 9
Asts: Slezak 3
Saku Suurhall Arena, Tallinn
Attendance: 5,342
Referees: Marek Ćmikiewicz (Poland), Olegs Latisevs (Latvia), Sergey Mikhaylov (Russia)

8 August 2009
20:30
Czech Republic  71–65  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 19–11, 16–25, 22–13, 14–16
Pts: Benda 13
Rebs: Benda, Satoranský 9
Asts: Marek 3
Pts: Németh 15
Rebs: Z. Horváth 9
Asts: Németh, Fodor 2
Sportovní hala Folimanka, Prague
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch (Italy), Dragan Nešković (Serbia), Dariusz Lenczowski (Poland)

8 August 2009
18:00
Ukraine  71–64  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 24–21, 12–14, 16–12, 19–17
Pts: Agafonov 17
Rebs: Gliebov 8
Asts: Vilkhovetskyi 3
Pts: Arbet 19
Rebs: Talts 13
Asts: Tein 4
Meridian Sports Complex, Kiev
Attendance: 800
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (Italy), Mehmet Keseratar (Turkey), Florin Grigoras (Romania)

11 August 2009
18:00
Hungary  75–64  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 18–16, 18–16, 16–23, 23–9
Pts: Lóránt 18
Rebs: Lóránt 7
Asts: Hanga 4
Pts: Tein 17
Rebs: Tein 9
Asts: Arbet, Sokk 4
Tiszaligeti Sports Hall, Szolnok
Attendance: 3,000
Referees: Dubravko Muhvić (Croatia), Marko Juras (Serbia), Alexandru Olaru (Romania)

11 August 2009
20:00
Czech Republic  71–64  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 24–12, 16–22, 15–16, 16–14
Pts: Benda 20
Rebs: Benda, Veselý 6
Asts: Satoranský 6
Pts: Kolchenko 22
Rebs: Agafonov, Korniyenko 6
Asts: Saltovets, Popov 2
Sportovní hala Folimanka, Prague
Attendance: 1,350
Referees: Grzegorz Ziemblicki (Poland), Regis Bardera (France), Benjamin Barth (Germany)

14 August 2009
18:00
Ukraine  77–69  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 8–19, 25–14, 25–16
Pts: Pecherov 28
Rebs: Pecherov 17
Asts: Gladyr 3
Pts: Németh 22
Rebs: Lóránt 8
Asts: Fodor 5
Meridian Sports Complex, Kiev
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Shmuel Bachar (Israel), Engin Kennerman (Turkey), Anton Makhlin (Russia)

14 August 2009
18:00
Czech Republic  80–54  Estonia
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 19–10, 19–14, 20–13
Pts: Sokolovský, Benda 20
Rebs: Jelinek 5
Asts: Satoranský 5
Pts: Talts, Arbet 10
Rebs: Talts 6
Asts: Tein, Kangur 2
Sportovní hala Folimanka, Prague
Attendance: 1,400
Referees: Milija Vojinović (Serbia), Marin Mehandjiev (Bulgaria), Roman Kolar (Slovenia)

17 August 2009
18:00
Hungary  70–55  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 16–9, 21–11, 25–17, 8–18
Pts: A. Horváth 21
Rebs: Lóránt 8
Asts: Fodor, Kaman 3
Pts: Benda 14
Rebs: Satoranský 7
Asts: Marek 4
Tiszaligeti Sports Hall, Szolnok
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Petar Obradović (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Aleksandar Glišić (Serbia), Doru Vinasi (Roumania)

17 August 2009
19:00
Estonia  72–75 OT  Ukraine
Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 15–15, 17–15, 15–15, OT: 5–8
Pts: Kangur 19
Rebs: Kangur 17
Asts: Kangur, Arbet, Sokk 3
Pts: Pecherov 29
Rebs: Pecherov 17
Asts: Agafonov, Lukashov 2
Saku Suurhall Arena, Tallinn
Attendance: 3,500
Referees: Sergey Bulanov (Russia), Fedor Dmitriev (Belarus), Arnis Ozols (Latvia)

20 August 2009
17:00
Estonia  60–65  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 7–14, 18–15, 19–16, 16–20
Pts: Kangur 18
Rebs: Talts 6
Asts: Sokk 4
Pts: Németh 18
Rebs: Lóránt 12
Asts: Fodor, Németh, Z. Horváth 2
Saku Suurhall Arena, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,111
Referees: Oscar Lefwerth (Sweden), Marcin Kowalski (Poland), Mindaugas Vecerskis (Lithuania)

20 August 2009
18:00
Ukraine  82–70  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 14–11, 22–19, 20–26, 26–14
Pts: Pecherov 21
Rebs: Pecherov 10
Asts: Lukashov, Vilkhovetskyi, Gladyr 3
Pts: Jelinek 17
Rebs: Sokolovsky 7
Asts: Licartovsky, Pumprla 2
Meridian Sports Complex, Kiev
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Rüstü Nuran (Turkey), Chrisostomos Schinas (Grecce), Omer Esteron (Israel)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]