Slovenia men's national under-20 basketball team

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Slovenia Slovenia
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Joined FIBA 1992
FIBA zone FIBA Europe
National federation Basketball Federation of Slovenia
Coach Aleksander Sekulić
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship
Appearances 18
Medals Gold medal europe.svg 2000, 2004
Silver medal europe.svg 1998
Bronze medal europe.svg 2006
FIBA Under-21 World Championship
Appearances 2
Uniforms
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The Slovenia Under-20 national basketball team (Slovene: Slovenska košarkarska reprezentanca do 20 let) is the representative for Slovenia in international Under-20 age basketball competitions, and it is organized and run by the Slovenian Basketball Federation. The Slovenia Under-20 national basketball team represents Slovenia at the FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship.[1].

Competitive record[edit]

Team[edit]

Past rosters[edit]

2017 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 14th among 16 teams
4.Urban Oman, 5.Urban Durnik, 6.Jernej Ledl, 7.Aljaž Bratec, 8.Žiga Habat, 9.Nejc Barič, 10.Matic Vesel, 11.Nejc Martinčič, 12.Žan Mark Šiško, 13.Luka Rožanc, 14.Matevž Mlakar, 15.Jurij Macura (Coach: Aleksander Sekulić)

2016 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 9th among 16 teams
4.Žan Mark Šiško, 5.Aljaž Marinč, 6.Grega Sajevic, 7.Vlatko Čančar, 8.Luka Kraljević, 9.Sandi Grubelič, 10.Urban Durnik, 11.Nejc Martinčič, 12.Nejc Zupan, 13.Jan Kosi, 14.Gaber Ožegovič, 15.Žiga Habat (Coach: Aleksander Sekulić)

2015 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 13th among 20 teams
4.Jure Špan, 5.Aleksej Nikolić, 6.Domen Janc, 7.Vlatko Čančar, 8.Luka Kokol, 9.Blaž Mesiček, 10.Leon Šantelj, 11.Matic Grušovnik, 12.Jan Kosi, 13.Jure Ritlop, 14.Jan Barbarič, 15.Sedin Karavdić (Coach: Damjan Novaković)

2014 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 12th among 20 teams
4.Aleksej Nikolić, 5.Erjon Kastrati, 6.Žiga Zatežič, 7.Jan Rizman, 8.Luka Kokol, 9.Matic Rebec, 10.Jan Dolenšek, 11.Jure Ritlop, 12.Jakob Stražar, 13.David Gabrovšek, 14.Sedin Karavdić, 15.Tomaž Bolčina (Coach: Damjan Novaković)

2013 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 10th among 20 teams
4.Aleksander Tomić, 5.Luka Rupnik, 6.Matej Rojc, 7.Gregor Hrovat, 8.Domen Bratož, 9.Erjon Kastrati, 10.Žiga Fifolt, 11.Matej Mežan, 12.Žiga Dimec, 13.Miha Lapornik, 14.Matic Maček, 15.Tomaž Bolčina (Coach: Damjan Novaković)

2012 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 7th among 16 teams
4.Jan Špan, 5.Luka Rupnik, 6.Jaka Brodnik, 7.Klemen Prepelič, 8.Jure Besedić, 9.Miha Vašl, 10.Alen Omić, 11.Matej Rojc, 12.Marko Pajić, 13.Miha Lapornik, 14.Žiga Dimec, 15.Gezim Morina (Coach: Zmago Sagadin)

2011 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 11th among 16 teams
4.Klemen Prepelič, 5.Žan Jerman, 6.Jaka Brodnik, 7.Mitja Nikolić, 8.Edo Murić, 9.Tadej Ferme, 10.Jan Špan, 11.Alen Omić, 12.Marko Pajić, 13.Aljaž Korošeč, 14.Jure Besedić (Coach: Rade Mijanović)

2010 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 12th among 16 teams
4.Uroš Zadnik, 5.Mirza Sarajlija, 6.Brane Lekić, 7.Nejc Kobal, 8.Dino Murić, 9.Jure Pelko, 10.Jakob Čebašek, 11.Marko Vranjković, 12.Edo Murić, 13.Blaž Mahkovic, 14.Luka Dimec, 15.Nejc Buda (Coach: Rade Mijanović)

2009 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 13th among 16 teams
4.Uroš Zadnik, 5.Maj Kovačevič, 6.Brane Lekić, 7.Žiga Percel, 8.Dino Murić, 9.Daniel Vujasinović, 10.Zoran Dragić, 11.Marko Vranjković, 12.Željko Jotić, 13.Blaž Mahkovic, 14.Luka Dimec, 15.Jaka Blažič (Coach: Rade Mijanović)

2008 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 14th among 16 teams
4.Matija Trampuš, 5.Jakob Virk, 6.Boban Tomić, 7.Luka Lapornik, 8.Mirko Mulalić, 9.Daniel Vujasinović, 10.Ilija Gavrić, 11.Siniša Bilić, 12.Klemen Muha, 13.Zoran Dragić, 14.Dejan Čigoja, 15.Edin Alispahić (Coach: Miro Alilović)

2007 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 5th among 16 teams
4.Rok Perko, 5.Emir Preldžić, 6.Aljoša Krišto, 7.Jan Močnik, 8.Jaka Klobučar, 9.Dejan Mlakar, 10.Klemen Lorbek, 11.Drago Brčina, 12.Tadej Koštomaj, 13.Matej Krušič, 14.Dejan Čigoja, 15.Gašper Vidmar (Coach: Miro Alilović)

2006 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 3rd among 16 teams
4.Luka Ambrož, 5.Emir Preldžić, 7.Nejc Glavaš, 8.Jaka Klobučar, 9.Rok Perko, 10.Dejan Hohler, 11.Gašper Vidmar, 13.Matej Krušič, 14.Aljoša Remus, 15.Drago Brčina (Coach: Miro Alilović)

2005 Under-21 World Championship: finished 8th among 12 teams
4.Žan Vrečko, 5.Aljaž Urbanc, 6.Žiga Zagorc, 7.Blaž Črešnar, 8.Miha Fon, 9.Matej Venta, 10.Goran Dragić, 11.Saša Zagorac, 12.Mensud Julević, 13.Domen Lorbek, 14.Hasan Rizvić, 15.Stanko Sebič (Coach: Ivan Perica)

2005 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 10th among 16 teams
4.Boris Jeršin, 5.Žan Vrečko, 6.Marko Marković, 7.Jan Rozman, 8.Mirza Begić, 9.Goran Dragić, 10.Sanel Bajramlić, 11.Luka Marolt, 12.Sandi Čebular, 13.Nebojša Čukovič, 14.Jure Močnik, 15.Blaž Črešnar (Coach: Miro Alilović)

2004 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 1st among 12 teams
4.Jure Močnik, 5.Žan Vrečko, 6.Domen Lorbek, 7.Matej Venta, 8.Miha Fon, 9.Dane Dmitrović, 10.Goran Dragić, 11.Saša Zagorac, 12.Mensud Julević, 13.Stanko Sebič, 14.Hasan Rizvić, 15.Erazem Lorbek (Coach: Ivan Sunara)

2002 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 6th among 12 teams
4.Nejc Strnad, 5.Uroš Slokar, 6.Aleksandar Vujačić, 7.Domen Lorbek, 8.Igor Ivaškovič, 9.Beno Udrih, 10.Marino Buršić, 11.Saša Zagorac, 12.Miha Zupan, 13.Aleksandar Ćapin, 14.Saša Mučič, 15.Erazem Lorbek (Coach: Memi Bečirović)

2001 Under-21 World Championship: finished 6th among 12 teams
4.Sašo Ožbolt, 5.Nebojša Joksimović, 6.Primož Brolih, 7.Marko Antonijevič, 8.Milan Klepo, 9.Dragan Miletić, 10.Igor Jokić, 11.Željko Zagorac, 12.Boštjan Nachbar, 13.Smiljan Pavič, 14.Davorin Škornik, 15.Erazem Lorbek (Coach: Zoran Martič)

2000 Europe Under-20 Championship: finished 1st among 12 teams
4.Elvis Kadić, 5.Igor Jokić, 6.Primož Brolih, 7.Sani Bečirović, 8.Milan Klepo, 9.Miha Kobe, 10.Matic Vidic, 11.Davorin Škornik, 12.Željko Zagorac, 13.Smiljan Pavič, 14.Miha Zalokar, 15.Boštjan Nachbar (Coach: Zoran Martič)

1998 Europe Under-22 Championship: finished 3rd among 12 teams
4.Goran Jurak, 5.Jaka Lakovič, 6.Primož Kobale, 7.Marko Verginella, 8.Matjaž Smodiš, 9.Gregor Hafnar, 10.Miloš Šporar, 11.Marko Maravič, 12.Pavel Djurković, 13.Ernest Novak, 14.Dragiša Drobnjak, 15.Primož Brezec (Coach: Zoran Martič)

1996 Europe Under-22 Championship: finished 7th among 12 teams
4.Igor Thaler, 5.Ervin Dragšič, 6.Boštjan Nachbar, 7.Rajmond Rituper, 8.Miloš Šporar, 9.Goran Jagodnik, 10.Slavko Duščak, 11.Marko Tušek, 12.Marko Milič, 13.Gregor Hafnar, 14.Dragiša Drobnjak, 15.Radoslav Nesterović (Coach: Andrej Urlep)

1994 Europe Under-22 Championship: finished 8th among 12 teams
4.Gorazd Murovec, 5.Radoslav Nesterović, 6.Marko Milič, 7.Aleš Kunc, 8.Radovan Trifunović, 9.Miha Šetina, 10.Klemen Zaletel, 11.Marko Tušek, 12.Slavko Duščak, 13.Boris Gorenc, 14.Luka Jovanovič, 15.Matjaž Cizej (Coach: Lado Gorjan)

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