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EuroBasket 1981 Women
18th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Italy
Dates 13 September – 20 September
Teams 12
Champions  Soviet Union (16th title)
Official website
Official website (archive)

The 1981 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1981, was the 18th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Italy and took place from 13 September to 20 September 1981. Soviet Union won the gold medal and Poland the silver medal while Czechoslovakia won the bronze.

Squads[edit]

First stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Poland Poland 5 4 1 361 282
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 5 3 2 329 303
3 Netherlands Netherlands 5 3 2 280 307
4 Italy Italy 5 2 3 313 305
5 West Germany West Germany 5 2 3 282 317
6 Finland Finland 5 1 4 302 353


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September 13 Italy Italy 73–47 Finland Finland
September 13 West Germany West Germany 71–67 Poland Poland
September 13 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 63–43 Netherlands Netherlands
September 14 Netherlands Netherlands 60–59 Italy Italy
September 14 Finland Finland 55–50 West Germany West Germany
September 14 Poland Poland 59–56 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
September 15 Netherlands Netherlands 76–46 West Germany West Germany
September 15 Poland Poland 82–65 Finland Finland
September 15 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 68–67 Italy Italy
September 16 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 82–72 Finland Finland
September 16 Italy Italy 59–53 West Germany West Germany
September 16 Poland Poland 76–35 Netherlands Netherlands
September 17 West Germany West Germany 62–60 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
September 17 Netherlands Netherlands 66–63 Finland Finland
September 17 Poland Poland 77–55 Italy Italy

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Soviet Union Soviet Union 5 5 0 489 304
2 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 5 3 2 355 337
3 Bulgaria Bulgaria 5 3 2 354 368
4 Romania Romania 5 2 3 281 348
5 Hungary Hungary 5 2 3 335 352
6 Sweden Sweden 5 0 5 284 389


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September 13 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 83–49 Sweden Sweden
September 13 Romania Romania 73–64 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 13 Soviet Union Soviet Union 94–68 Hungary Hungary
September 14 Bulgaria Bulgaria 66–50 Sweden Sweden
September 14 Soviet Union Soviet Union 90–40 Romania Romania
September 14 Hungary Hungary 67–66 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia
September 15 Bulgaria Bulgaria 71–63 Hungary Hungary
September 15 Romania Romania 63–62 Sweden Sweden
September 15 Soviet Union Soviet Union 99–58 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia
September 16 Romania Romania 58–55 Hungary Hungary
September 16 Soviet Union Soviet Union 95–60 Sweden Sweden
September 16 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 80–66 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 17 Hungary Hungary 82–63 Sweden Sweden
September 17 Soviet Union Soviet Union 111–78 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 17 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 68–56 Romania Romania

Play-off stages[edit]

Semifinals Final
September 19
 Poland Poland  72  
 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia  60  
 
September 20
     Poland Poland  42
   Soviet Union Soviet Union  85
Third place
September 19 September 20
 Soviet Union Soviet Union  94  Czech Republic Czechoslovakia  76
 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia  60    Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia  74


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9th to 12th places
September 19 West Germany West Germany 69–67 Sweden Sweden
September 19 Hungary Hungary 92–46 Finland Finland
5th to 8th places
September 19 Netherlands Netherlands 56–51 Romania Romania
September 19 Bulgaria Bulgaria 82–66 Italy Italy
11th place
September 20 Sweden Sweden 70–68 Finland Finland
9th place
September 20 Hungary Hungary 76–46 West Germany West Germany
7th place
September 20 Italy Italy 72–66 Romania Romania
5th place
September 20 Bulgaria Bulgaria 80–65 Netherlands Netherlands


 1981 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 

Soviet Union
Sixteenth title

Final standings[edit]

Place Team PE
Gold medal icon.svg Soviet Union Soviet Union Same position
Silver medal icon.svg Poland Poland Same position
Bronze medal icon.svg Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Rise1
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Fall1
5 Bulgaria Bulgaria Same position
6 Netherlands Netherlands Same position
7 Italy Italy Rise2
8 Romania Romania Same position
9 Hungary Hungary Fall2
10 West Germany West Germany New entry
11 Sweden Sweden New entry
12 Finland Finland Same position

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