On August 28, 2014, Iceland qualified for the EuroBasket 2015, joining for the first time in its history the Final Round of the top European competition. Iceland achieved two wins to Great Britain and two narrow losses to Bosnia and Herzegovina, which allowed them to qualify as one of the best second teams.
Iceland could not win any of its five game in the Group B, played in Berlin, Germany.
On 17 September 2016, Iceland repeated it success and qualified again to the continental tournament. The Icelandic team finished its qualification group as runner-up below Belgium and over Cyprus and Switzerland, with four wins and two losses.