FIBA Europe

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FIBA Europe
FIBA Europe.svg
Motto We Are Basketball
Formation 1957
Type Sports Federation
Headquarters Munich, Germany
52 national associations
Official language
Turkey Turgay Demirel [1]

FIBA Europe is a zone within the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) which includes all 52 national European basketball federations.

HQ of FIBA Europe, in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.


National Teams[edit]

Current champions[edit]

Men's Women's U-20 Men's U-20 Women's U-18 Men's U-18 Women's U-16 Men's U-16 Women's
France France Spain Spain Turkey Turkey France France Turkey Turkey Russia Russia France France Russia Russia


NOTE: The men's Euroleague is not operated by FIBA Europe, but rather by Euroleague Basketball (company). The preliminary rounds of the Eurocup are operated by FIBA Europe, and the competition proper is operated by Euroleague Basketball. Both the Euroleague and Eurocup are sanctioned by FIBA and play under FIBA rules.

Current champions[edit]

Euroleague Eurocup EuroChallenge Euroleague Women Eurocup Women Supercup Women
Spain Real Madrid Spain Valencia BC Italy Reggiana Turkey Galatasaray Russia Dynamo Moscow Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg

Defunct club competitions[edit]

National teams[edit]

Elite teams participating in the FIBA EuroBasket[edit]

Teams participating in the FIBA European Championship for Small Countries[edit]

1-Temporarily part of the British basketball structure for the 2012 Summer Olympics. 2-Officially recognised by FIBA as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

Teams currently not participating in FIBA Europe-sanctioned tournaments[edit]

Top FIBA Europe teams[edit]

Further information: FIBA World Rankings
Rank Team Points
2  Spain 705
4  Lithuania 447
5  FranceC 360
6  Russia 353
7  Serbia 344
8  Turkey 284
10  Greece 226
12  Croatia 182
13  Slovenia 168
18  Germany 89
22  Great Britain 68
32  Macedonia 26
35  Finland 25
36  Italy 23

C Current zone champions

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