FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women

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FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women
Current season, competition or edition:
2013 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women
Sport Basketball
Founded 1965
No. of teams 16
Continent Europe (FIBA Europe)
Most recent champion(s)  Spain (4th title)
Most titles  Soviet Union (11 titles)
Official website u18women.fibaeurope.com

FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women is a basketball competition inaugurated in 1965. The current champion is France.

Results[edit]

Summaries
Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth place
1965  BUL (Kjustendil, Lom, Botevgrad & Sofia)
Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia

Poland
1967  ITA (Nuoro, Sassari & Cagliari)
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Yugoslavia

Bulgaria
1969  GER (Köln, Lünen, Essen, Hohenlimburg & Hagen)
Soviet Union

Bulgaria

Yugoslavia

Poland
1971  YUG (Bačka Topola & Subotica)
Soviet Union
76–52
Czechoslovakia

Bulgaria
62–52
Italy
1973  ITA (San Remo & Loano)
Soviet Union
68–47
Yugoslavia

Italy
50–48
Bulgaria
1975  ESP (Vigo)
Czechoslovakia
53–48
Poland

Soviet Union
80–57
Bulgaria
1977  BUL (Haskovo & Dimitrovgrad)
Soviet Union
96–53
Poland

Czechoslovakia
61–50
Yugoslavia
1979  ITA (Capo d'Orlando, Piazza Armerina & Catania, Palermo & Messina)
Soviet Union

Hungary

Czechoslovakia

Yugoslavia
1981  HUN (Eger & Kecskemét)
Soviet Union
74–61
France

Bulgaria
90–59
Hungary
1983  ITA (Pescara, & Vasto)
Czechoslovakia
90–80
Soviet Union

Italy
66–46
Yugoslavia
1984  ESP (Toledo)
Yugoslavia
67–61
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia
68–61
Spain
1986  ITA (Perugia, Gualdo Tadino)
Soviet Union
71–70
Czechoslovakia

Italy
62–56
Poland
1988  BUL (Veliko & Trnovo)
Soviet Union
73–56
Czechoslovakia

Yugoslavia
82–58
Bulgaria
1990  ESP (Alcala de Henares)
Soviet Union
79–76
Spain

Romania
67–65
Czechoslovakia
1992  GRE (Kalamata, Tripoli & Patras)
CIS
86–60
Bulgaria

Poland
67–62
France
1994  BUL (Veliko Tarnovo)
Italy
74–68
Spain

Hungary
63–56
Russia
1996  SVK (Žilina)
Russia
69–59
Slovakia

Czech Republic
66–50
Spain
1998  TUR (Eskişehir, Kütahya & Bursa)
Spain
78–52
Slovakia

Russia
79–72
Czech Republic
2000  POL (Cetniewo)
Russia
64–51
Czech Republic

Poland
75–44
Lithuania
2002  SVN (Skofja Loka)
Russia
60–56
France

Czech Republic
83–56
Slovakia
2004  SVK (Bratislava)
Russia
77–59
Spain

Hungary
73–63
Serbia
2005  HUN (Budapest)
Serbia
66–52
Spain

France
77–66
Czech Republic
2006  ESP (Tenerife)
Spain
78–74
Serbia

Sweden
62–57
Czech Republic
2007  SRB (Novi Sad)
Serbia
72–48
Spain

Russia
71–65
Poland
2008  SVK (Nitra)
Lithuania
63–57
Russia

Czech Republic
70–61
France
2009  SWE (Södertälje)
Spain
64–54
France

Sweden
67–54
Czech Republic
2010  SVK (Poprad)
Italy
66–61
Spain

France
63–44
Slovenia
2011  ROU (Oradea)
Belgium
77–49
France

Spain
85–69
Sweden
2012  ROU (Bucharest)
France
65–61
Russia

Serbia
59–46
Netherlands
2013  CRO (Vukovar, Vinkovci)
Spain
60–46
France

Serbia
57–56
Netherlands
2014  Portugal (Matosinhos)
Russia
57–53
France

Spain
74–69
Serbia

Performances by nation[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 11 2 1 14
2  Russia 5 2 2 9
3  Spain 4 6 2 12
4  Czechoslovakia 2 4 4 10
5  Serbia 2 1 2 5
6  Italy 2 0 3 5
7  France 1 6 2 9
8  Yugoslavia 1 2 3 6
9  Lithuania 1 0 0 1
 Belgium 1 0 0 1
 CIS 1 0 0 1
12  Bulgaria 0 2 2 4
 Poland 0 2 2 4
14  Slovakia 0 2 0 2
15  Czech Republic 0 1 3 4
16  Hungary 0 1 2 3
17  Sweden 0 0 2 2
18  Romania 0 0 1 1
Total 30 30 30 90

† Defunct states

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