FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019

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EuroBasket 2019 Women
37th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
EuroBasket Women 2019.png
Tournament details
Host nations Latvia
 Serbia
Dates27 June − 7 July
Teams16
Venues4 
(in 4 host cities)
Champions Spain
(4th title)
MVPSpain Astou Ndour
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points United Kingdom Fagbenle (20.9)  Spain (76.0)
Rebounds Sweden Zahui (9.3)  Russia (45.0)
Assists Slovenia Barič (8.5)  France (20.0)
Official website
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The 2019 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 2019 is the 37th edition of the continental tournament in women's basketball, sanctioned by the FIBA Europe. The tournament is being co-held in Latvia and Serbia from 27 June to 7 July 2019.[1]

Spain won their second consecutive and fourth overall title after defeating France 86–66 in the final.[2]

Venues[edit]

Serbia Belgrade Serbia Niš
Štark Arena
Capacity: 18,386
Čair Sports Center
Capacity: 4,800
Belgrade Arena, south entrance 1, Feb 2011.jpg Sportska hala Čair.JPG
Serbia Zrenjanin Latvia Riga
Crystal Hall
Capacity: 2,800
Arēna Rīga
Capacity: 11,200
Hala sportova Zrenjanin.jpg Арена Рига - panoramio.jpg

Qualification[edit]

Qualified teams[edit]

Country Qualified as Date of qualification Last appearance Best placement in tournament WR
 Serbia Host nation 24 June 2017 2017 Champions (2015) 8th
 Latvia Host nation 24 June 2017 2017 4th Place (2007) 24th
 Turkey Winners of Qualification Group B 17 November 2018 2017 Runner-up (2011) 6th
 Russia Winners of Qualification Group C 17 November 2018 2017 Champions (2003, 2007, 2011) 11th
 Slovenia Top 6 ranked of 2nd-placed teams in Qualification 17 November 2018 2017 14th Place (2007) 63rd
 Spain Winners of Qualification Group F 17 November 2018 2017 Champions (1993, 2013, 2017) 2nd
 Czech Republic Winners of Qualification Group G 17 November 2018 2017 Champions (2005) 12th
 Belarus Top 6 ranked of 2nd-placed teams in Qualification 21 November 2018 2017 3rd Place (2007) 13th
 Montenegro Winners of Qualification Group A 21 November 2018 2017 6th Place (2011) 26th
 Great Britain Winners of Qualification Group D 21 November 2018 2015 9th Place (2013, 2015) 25th
 Belgium Top 6 ranked of 2nd-placed teams in Qualification 21 November 2018 2017 3rd Place (2017) 16th
 Italy Winners of Qualification Group H 21 November 2018 2017 Champions (1938) 31st
 France Winners of Qualification Group E 21 November 2018 2017 Champions (2001, 2009) 4th
 Hungary Top 6 ranked of 2nd-placed teams in Qualification 21 November 2018 2017 Runner-up (1950, 1956) 50th
 Ukraine Top 6 ranked of 2nd-placed teams in Qualification 21 November 2018 2017 Champions (1995) 38th
 Sweden Top 6 ranked of 2nd-placed teams in Qualification 21 November 2018 2015 7th Place (1987, 2013) 41st

Draw[edit]

The final draw took place on 12 December 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia. The mascots Pick and Roll made their first appearance in the draw.[3]

Seedings[edit]

The official seedings for the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019 Draw were established on 10 December 2018.[4]

Co-Hosts Latvia and Serbia were each allowed to select one other team to play in the opposite group they were hosting but not playing in. Latvia chose Sweden to play in Group A, while Serbia selected Slovenia, who will play in Group D.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4

 France
 Spain
 Russia
 Turkey

 Belgium
 Latvia (co-host)
 Italy
 Czech Republic

 Serbia (co-host)
 Ukraine
 Hungary
 Montenegro

 Slovenia
 Belarus
 Great Britain
 Sweden

Squads[edit]

All rosters consist of 12 players.[5]

First round[edit]

The schedule was confirmed on 13 February 2019.[6]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Spain 3 3 0 221 192 +29 6 Quarterfinals
2  Great Britain 3 2 1 201 181 +20 5 Qualification for quarterfinals
3  Latvia (H) 3 1 2 198 207 −9 4
4  Ukraine 3 0 3 205 245 −40 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
27 June 2019
Great Britain  74–60  Latvia
Ukraine  77–95  Spain
28 June 2019
Latvia  82–74  Ukraine
Spain  67–59  Great Britain
30 June 2019
Ukraine  54–68  Great Britain
Latvia  56–59  Spain

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  France 3 3 0 233 179 +54 6 Quarterfinals
2  Sweden 3 1 2 196 193 +3 4[a] Qualification for quarterfinals
3  Montenegro 3 1 2 174 212 −38 4[a]
4  Czech Republic 3 1 2 189 208 −19 4[a]
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b c Sweden 3 Pts, +9 PD; Montenegro 3 Pts, −3 PD; Czech Republic 3 Pts, −6 PD
27 June 2019
Sweden  67–51  Montenegro
France  74–61  Czech Republic
28 June 2019
Czech Republic  71–64  Sweden
Montenegro  53–88  France
30 June 2019
Czech Republic  57–70  Montenegro
Sweden  65–71  France

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Hungary 3 2 1 205 194 +11 5[a] Quarterfinals
2  Italy 3 2 1 183 170 +13 5[a] Qualification for quarterfinals
3  Slovenia 3 1 2 203 218 −15 4[b]
4  Turkey 3 1 2 168 177 −9 4[b]
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Italy 51–59 Hungary
  2. ^ a b Slovenia 62–55 Turkey
27 June 2019
Hungary  88–84  Slovenia
Turkey  54–57  Italy
28 June 2019
Slovenia  62–55  Turkey
Italy  51–59  Hungary
30 June 2019
Hungary  58–59  Turkey
Italy  75–57  Slovenia

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Serbia (H) 3 3 0 202 182 +20 6 Quarterfinals
2  Belgium 3 1 2 194 193 +1 4[a] Qualification for quarterfinals
3  Russia 3 1 2 193 206 −13 4[a]
4  Belarus 3 1 2 184 192 −8 4[a]
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b c Belgium 3 Pts, +5 PD; Russia 3 Pts, +1 PD; Belarus 3 Pts, −6 PD
27 June 2019
Russia  54–67  Belgium
Belarus  53–55  Serbia
28 June 2019
Belgium  61–69  Belarus
Serbia  77–63  Russia
30 June 2019
Belarus  62–76  Russia
Belgium  66–70  Serbia

Final round[edit]

 
Qualification for quarterfinalsQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
              
 
 
 
 
4 July
 
 
 Spain78
 
2 July
 
 Russia54
 
 Italy54
 
6 July
 
 Russia63
 
 Spain71
 
 
 Serbia66
 
 
4 July
 
 
 Serbia87
 
1 July
 
 Sweden49
 
 Sweden77
 
7 July
 
 Latvia62
 
 Spain86
 
 
 France66
 
 
4 July
 
 
 France (OT)84
 
2 July
 
 Belgium80
 
 Belgium72
 
6 July
 
 Slovenia67
 
 France63
 
 
 Great Britain56 Third place game
 
 
4 July7 July
 
 
 Hungary59 Serbia81
 
1 July
 
 Great Britain62  Great Britain55
 
 Great Britain92
 
 
 Montenegro71
 
Class. games to OQTs
 
Class. game to OQTs
 
  
 
6 July
 
 
 Russia52
 
 
 Sweden57
 
 
Class. game to OQTs
 
  
 
6 July
 
 
 Belgium72
 
 
 Hungary56
 

Final[edit]

7 July 2019
20:30
Spain  86–66  France
Scoring by quarter: 32–21, 18–15, 20–20, 16–10
Pts: Xargay 23
Rebs: Gil 10
Asts: Cruz, Xargay 4
Pts: Gruda 18
Rebs: Gruda 6
Asts: three players 4
Štark Arena, Belgrade
Attendance: 3,622
Referees: Jasmina Juras (SRB), Maj Forsberg (DEN), Özlem Yalman (TUR)

Final ranking[edit]

Statistics and awards[edit]

Statistical leaders[edit]

Awards[edit]

The all star-teams and MVP was announced on 7 July 2019.[8]

All-Star Team
Guard Forwards Centers
Spain Marta Xargay Serbia Sonja Petrović
United Kingdom Temi Fagbenle
France Sandrine Gruda
Spain Astou Ndour
MVP: Spain Astou Ndour

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Serbia and Latvia to co-host FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019". FIBA. 24 June 2017. Retrieved 5 July 2017.
  2. ^ "Spain become first nation to retain FIBA Women's EuroBasket crown since 1991". FIBA. 7 July 2019. Retrieved 7 July 2019.
  3. ^ "FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019 Draw completed". FIBA. 12 December 2018.
  4. ^ "FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019 Draw seedings announced". FIBA. 10 December 2018.
  5. ^ "Stage set for FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019 as rosters confirmed". fiba.basketball. 26 June 2019.
  6. ^ "Schedule confirmed for FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019". FIBA. 13 February 2019. Retrieved 13 February 2019.
  7. ^ "Statistical leaders". FIBA. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  8. ^ "Ndour named TISSOT MVP, headlines All-Star Five lineup in Belgrade". FIBA. Retrieved 7 July 2019.

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