FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship

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FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
2014 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship
Sport Basketball
Founded 1964
No. of teams 16
Continent Europe (FIBA Europe)
Most recent champion(s)  Turkey (2nd title)
Most titles  Croatia,  Serbia,  France and  Spain (3 titles)
Official website u18men.fibaeurope.com

FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship, originally known as the European Championship for Juniors, is a basketball competition inaugurated in 1964. It was held biannually until 2002. From 2004 onwards, it is held every year. The current champions are Turkey.

Statistic[edit]

Statistic Division A[edit]

Summaries[edit]

Summaries
Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth place
1964
details
 Italy (Naples)
Soviet Union
62–41
France

Italy
73–72
Bulgaria
1966
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 Italy (Porto San Giorgio)
Soviet Union
71–50
Yugoslavia

Italy
47–42
Czechoslovakia
1968
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 Spain (Vigo)
Soviet Union
82–73
Yugoslavia

Italy
53–44
Turkey
1970
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 Greece (Athens)
Soviet Union
80–48
Greece

Italy
62–57
Yugoslavia
1972
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 Yugoslavia (Zadar)
Yugoslavia
89–65
Italy

Soviet Union
73–60
Israel
1974
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 France (Orléans)
Yugoslavia
80–79
Spain

Italy
77–69
Sweden
1976
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 Spain (Santiago de Compostela)
Yugoslavia
92–83
Soviet Union

Spain
89–72
Bulgaria
1978
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 Italy (Roseto degli Abruzzi, Teramo)
Soviet Union
104–100
Spain

Yugoslavia
95–72
Bulgaria
1980
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 Yugoslavia (Celje)
Soviet Union
83–81
Yugoslavia

Bulgaria
96–90
Spain
1982
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 Bulgaria (Bulgaria, Haskovo)
Soviet Union
97–87
Yugoslavia

Bulgaria
84–73
Italy
1984
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 Sweden (Huskvarna, Katrineholm)
Soviet Union
75–74
Italy

Yugoslavia
92–89
Spain
1986
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 Austria (Vöcklabruck, Gmunden)
Yugoslavia
111–87
Soviet Union

Italy
83–53
West Germany
1988
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 Yugoslavia (Titov Vrbas, Srbobran)
Yugoslavia
84–75
Italy

Czechoslovakia
88–70
Greece
1990
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 Netherlands (Groningen, Emmen)
Italy
92–79
Soviet Union

Spain
105–73
Romania
1992
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 Hungary (Budapest, Zalaegerszeg, Szolnok)
France
94–83
Italy

CIS
113–108
Greece
1994
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 Israel (Tel Aviv)
Lithuania
73–71
Croatia

Spain
87–76
Italy
1996
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 France (Auch, Lourdes, Tarbes)
Croatia
64–51
France

FR Yugoslavia
77–61
Belgium
1998
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 Bulgaria (Varna)
Spain
81–70
Croatia

Greece
97–91
Latvia
2000
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 Croatia (Zadar)
France
65–64
Croatia

Greece
71–65
Italy
2002
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 Germany (Ludwigsburg, Esslingen, Böblingen)
Croatia
74–72
Slovenia

Greece
82–67
Lithuania
2004
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 Spain (Zaragoza)
Spain
89–71
Turkey

France
74–68
Italy
2005
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 SCG (Belgrade)
Serbia and Montenegro
78–61
Turkey

Italy
88–83
Spain
2006
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 Greece (Amaliada, Olympia, Argostoli)
France
77–72
Lithuania

Spain
92–83
Turkey
2007
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 Spain (Madrid)
Serbia
92–89
Greece

Latvia
74–72
Lithuania
2008
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 Greece (Amaliada, Pyrgos)
Greece
57–50
Lithuania

Croatia
73–68
France
2009
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 France (Metz)
Serbia
78–72
France

Turkey
95–74
Lithuania
2010
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 Lithuania (Vilnius)
Lithuania
90–61
Russia

Latvia
75–49
Serbia
2011
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 Poland (Wroclaw)
Spain
71–65
Serbia

Turkey
69–65
Italy
2012
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 Lithuania (Vilnius)
 Latvia (Liepāja)

Croatia
88–76
Lithuania

Serbia
66–56
Russia
2013
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 Latvia (Liepāja, Riga & Ventspils)
Turkey
81–74
Croatia

Spain
57–56
Latvia
2014
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 Turkey (Konya)
Turkey
85–68
Serbia

Croatia
75–71
Greece

Performances by nation[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union* 8 3 1 12
2  Yugoslavia* 5 4 2 11
3  Croatia 3 4 2 9
4  France 3 3 1 7
5  Spain 3 2 5 10
6  Serbia 3 2 3 8
7  Lithuania 2 3 0 5
8  Turkey 2 2 2 6
9  Italy 1 4 7 12
10  Greece 1 2 3 6
11  Russia 0 1 0 1
 Slovenia 0 1 0 1
13  Bulgaria 0 0 3 3
14  Latvia 0 0 2 2
15  Czechoslovakia 0 0 1 1
 CIS 0 0 1 1

MVP Awards (since 1998)[edit]

Year MVP Award Winner
1998 Slovenia Sani Bečirovič
2000 France Tony Parker
2002 Slovenia Erazem Lorbek
2004 Spain Sergio Rodríguez
2005 Serbia and Montenegro Dragan Labović
2006 France Nicolas Batum
2007 Greece Kosta Koufos
2008 Lithuania Donatas Motiejūnas
2009 Turkey Enes Kanter
2010 Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas
2011 Spain Alex Abrines
2012 Croatia Dario Šarić[2]
2013 Turkey Kenan Sipahi
2014 Turkey Egemen Güven


Statistic Division B[edit]

Summaries[edit]

Summaries
Year Host Promoted to Division A Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze * Score Fourth place
2005
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 Slovak Republic
Ukraine

Iceland

Hungary
2006
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 Romania
Romania

Estonia

Portugal
2007
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 Bulgaria
Belgium

Ukraine

Poland
2008
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 Hungary (Debrecen)
Slovenia

Czech Republic

Poland

Slovakia
2009
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 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sweden

Poland

Montenegro
2010
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 Israel
Czech Republic

Finland

Montenegro
2011
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 Bulgaria
Bulgaria
70–68
Denmark

Sweden
71–65
Montenegro
2012
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 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
76–64
Czech Republic

England
73–59
Finland
2013
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 Republic of Macedonia (Strumica)
Montenegro
64–63
Poland

Belgium
70–45
Macedonia
2014
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 Bulgaria (Sofia)
  • Since 2012 3rd team in Division B also promoted to Division A for the next season

Statistic Division C[edit]

Summaries[edit]

Summaries
Year Host Promoted to Division A Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze * Score Fourth place
1997
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 Andorra
Moldova
85–78
Andorra

Cyprus
114–81
San Marino
1999
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 Luxembourg
Iceland
93–65
Ireland

Luxembourg
93–90
Andorra
2001
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 Malta
Cyprus
76–74
Scotland

Luxembourg
74–69
Albania
2003
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 Malta
Albania

Scotland

Andorra
2005
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 Malta
Andorra
97–85
Scotland

Luxembourg
81–39
Wales
2007
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 Israel
Scotland
Round Robin
Wales

Moldova
Round Robin
Andorra
2009
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 Malta
Malta
75–38
Gibraltar

Andorra
76–71
Moldova
2011
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 San Marino
Wales
Round Robin
San Marino

Moldova
Round Robin
Andorra
2013
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 Andorra (Andorra La Vella)
San Marino
103–100
OT

Moldova

Andorra
70–50
Monaco
2014
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 Andorra (Andorra La Vella)
Monaco
66–38
Gibraltar

Andorra
51–46
San Marino

Performances by nation[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Scotland 1 3 0 4
2  Andorra 1 1 4 6
3  Moldova 1 1 2 4
4  San Marino 1 1 0 2
 Wales 1 1 0 2
6  Cyprus 1 0 1 2
7  Albania 1 0 0 1
 Iceland 1 0 0 1
 Malta 1 0 0 1
 Monaco 1 0 0 1
11  Gibraltar 0 2 0 2
12  Ireland 0 1 0 1
 Luxembourg 0 0 3 3

Division B Leaders[edit]

Top Assist Leaders[edit]

Here is a list of all Top Assist Leaders

Year Top Scorer APG
2005 Iceland Pavel Ermolinskij 5.5
2006 Netherlands Aron Roijé 3.3
2007 Montenegro Nikola Lalić 7.1
2008 Czech Republic Tomáš Satoranský 6.4
2009 Iceland Aegir Steinarsson 5.5
2010 Israel Bar Timor 5.8

Notes[edit]

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