EuroBasket Women 1980

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EuroBasket 1980 Women
17th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationSFR Yugoslavia
Dates19 September – 28 September
Teams14
Champions Soviet Union
(15th title)
Official website

The 1980 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1980, was the 17th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Yugoslavia and took place from 19 September to 28 September 1980. Soviet Union won the gold medal and Poland the silver medal while Yugoslavia won the bronze.

Qualification[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Spain Spain 3 3 0 249 194
2 England England 3 2 1 209 227
3 Israel Israel 3 1 2 206 224
4 West Germany West Germany 3 0 3 172 191
April 4 Israel Israel 64–62 West Germany West Germany
April 4 Spain Spain 103–66 England England
April 5 England England 64–61 West Germany West Germany
April 5 Spain Spain 83–79 Israel Israel
April 6 England England 79–63 Israel Israel
April 6 Spain Spain 63–49 West Germany West Germany

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Finland Finland 5 5 0 464 279
2 Belgium Belgium 5 4 1 394 334
3 Sweden Sweden 5 3 2 404 305
4 Scotland Scotland 5 2 3 286 389
5 Denmark Denmark 5 1 4 260 369
6 Republic of Ireland Ireland 5 0 5 319 448


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April 8 Sweden Sweden 100–46 Denmark Denmark
April 8 Finland Finland 91–54 Scotland Scotland
April 9 Sweden Sweden 76–63 Republic of Ireland Ireland
April 9 Denmark Denmark 72–63 Republic of Ireland Ireland
April 9 Finland Finland 94–59 Belgium Belgium
April 10 Belgium Belgium 66–38 Denmark Denmark
April 10 Finland Finland 118–54 Republic of Ireland Ireland
April 11 Belgium Belgium 75–70 Sweden Sweden
April 11 Scotland Scotland 75–64 Republic of Ireland Ireland
April 12 Belgium Belgium 107–75 Republic of Ireland Ireland
April 12 Finland Finland 83–70 Sweden Sweden
April 12 Scotland Scotland 61–59 Denmark Denmark
April 13 Belgium Belgium 87–57 Scotland Scotland
April 13 Finland Finland 78–42 Denmark Denmark
April 8 Sweden Sweden 88–39 Scotland Scotland

First stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Hungary Hungary 3 3 0 227 164
2 Poland Poland 3 2 1 217 207
3 Italy Italy 3 1 2 195 172
4 England England 3 0 3 134 230
September 19 Poland Poland 80–56 England England
September 19 Hungary Hungary 62–59 Italy Italy
September 20 Hungary Hungary 77–37 England England
September 20 Poland Poland 69–63 Italy Italy
September 21 Italy Italy 74–41 England England
September 21 Hungary Hungary 88–68 Poland Poland

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Netherlands Netherlands 3 3 0 196 157
2 Romania Romania 3 2 1 197 186
3 France France 3 1 2 176 186
4 Finland Finland 3 0 3 186 226
September 19 Netherlands Netherlands 53–49 France France
September 19 Romania Romania 78–64 Finland Finland
September 20 Netherlands Netherlands 71–53 Romania Romania
September 20 France France 76–67 Finland Finland
September 21 Netherlands Netherlands 72–55 Finland Finland
September 21 Romania Romania 66–51 France France

Group C[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 3 3 0 271 169
2 Bulgaria Bulgaria 3 2 1 241 180
3 Spain Spain 3 1 2 200 244
4 Belgium Belgium 3 0 3 173 292
September 19 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 110–45 Belgium Belgium
September 19 Bulgaria Bulgaria 88–47 Spain Spain
September 20 Spain Spain 88–67 Belgium Belgium
September 20 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 72–59 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 21 Bulgaria Bulgaria 94–61 Belgium Belgium
September 21 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 89–65 Spain Spain

Second stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Soviet Union Soviet Union 3 3 0 318 146
2 Poland Poland 3 2 1 187 205
3 Netherlands Netherlands 3 1 2 171 257
4 Bulgaria Bulgaria 3 0 3 210 278
September 23 Poland Poland 76–66 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 23 Soviet Union Soviet Union 105–43 Netherlands Netherlands
September 24 Netherlands Netherlands 83–81 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 24 Soviet Union Soviet Union 94–40 Poland Poland
September 25 Soviet Union Soviet Union 119–63 Bulgaria Bulgaria
September 25 Poland Poland 71–45 Netherlands Netherlands

Group B[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 3 2 1 217 199
2 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 222 211
3 Romania Romania 3 1 2 183 215
4 Hungary Hungary 3 1 2 208 206
September 23 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 78–61 Romania Romania
September 23 Hungary Hungary 79–59 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
September 24 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 80–67 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia
September 24 Romania Romania 69–59 Hungary Hungary
September 25 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 78–53 Romania Romania
September 25 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 77–70 Hungary Hungary

9th to 14th positions Group[edit]

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Italy Italy 5 5 0 370 240
2 Spain Spain 5 4 1 379 310
3 France France 5 3 2 311 322
4 Finland Finland 5 2 3 359 357
5 Belgium Belgium 5 1 4 280 376
6 England England 5 0 5 281 369


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September 23 Spain Spain 84–71 Finland Finland
September 23 Belgium Belgium 62–56 England England
September 23 Italy Italy 64–46 France France
September 24 France France 66–49 Belgium Belgium
September 24 Italy Italy 80–44 Finland Finland
September 24 Spain Spain 76–43 England England
September 25 France France 68–67 England England
September 25 Italy Italy 74–56 Spain Spain
September 25 Finland Finland 87–43 Belgium Belgium
September 27 Finland Finland 90–74 England England
September 27 Italy Italy 79–59 Belgium Belgium
September 27 Spain Spain 75–55 France France

Play-off stages[edit]

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
September 27
 
 
Soviet Union Soviet Union94
 
September 28
 
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia62
 
Soviet Union Soviet Union95
 
September 27
 
Poland Poland49
 
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia72
 
 
Poland Poland79
 
Third place
 
 
September 28
 
 
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia57
 
 
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia61
5th to 8th places
September 27 Netherlands Netherlands 64–61 Hungary Hungary
September 27 Bulgaria Bulgaria 60–52 Romania Romania
7th place
September 28 Hungary Hungary 81–71 Romania Romania
5th place
September 28 Bulgaria Bulgaria 71–38 Netherlands Netherlands


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 1980 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 

Soviet Union
Fifteenth title

Final standings[edit]

Place Team PE
Gold medal icon.svg Soviet Union Soviet Union Same position
Silver medal icon.svg Poland Poland Rise3
Bronze medal icon.svg Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Fall1
4 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Fall1
5 Bulgaria Bulgaria Rise2
6 Netherlands Netherlands Rise4
7 Hungary Hungary Fall1
8 Romania Romania Same position
9 Italy Italy Same position
10 Spain Spain Rise1
11 France France Fall7
12 Finland Finland New entry
13 Belgium Belgium New entry
14 England England New entry

External links[edit]