Tunisia women's national basketball team

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 Tunisia
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FIBA ranking 62 Decrease 2
Joined FIBA 1956
FIBA zone FIBA Africa
National federation FTBB
Coach Tunisia Mohamed Ben Abdallah
Nickname(s) The Eagles of Carthage
( نسور قرطاج )
Women's World Cup
Appearances 1
Medals None
AfroBasket Women
Appearances 10
Medals Silver Silver: (1974, 2000)
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away


Tunisia women's national basketball team (Arabic: منتخب تونس لكرة السلة للسيدات‎), nicknamed Les Aigles de Carthage (The Eagles of Carthage or The Carthage Eagles), is the nationally controlled basketball team representing Tunisia at world basketball competitions for women. It is administered by the Tunisia Basketball Federation (FTBB).[1] (Arabic: الاتحاد التونسي لكرة السلة‎)

In 2007, they were the third highest ranked African team in the world after Senegal and Nigeria.

Tournament record[edit]

World Championship[edit]

FIBA World Championship
Appearances : 1
Year Position Tournament Host
China 2002 16th 2002 FIBA World Championship China
Spain 2018 To be determined 2018 FIBA World Championship Spain

AfroBasket[edit]

     Champions       Runners-up       Third place       Fourth place

  • Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.
AfroBasket Women
Appearances : 10
Year Position Tournament Host
Guinea 1966 1966 FIBA Africa Championship Guinea
Egypt 1968 1968 FIBA Africa Championship United Arab Republic
Togo 1970 1970 FIBA Africa Championship Togo
Tunisia 1974 Silver 1974 FIBA Africa Championship Tunisia
Senegal 1977 5 1977 FIBA Africa Championship Senegal
Somalia 1979 1979 FIBA Africa Championship Somalia
Senegal 1981 6 1981 FIBA Africa Championship Senegal
Angola 1983 1983 FIBA Africa Championship Angola
Senegal 1984 1984 FIBA Africa Championship Senegal
Mozambique 1986 1986 FIBA Africa Championship Mozambique
Tunisia 1990 4 1990 FIBA Africa Championship Tunisia
Senegal 1993 1993 FIBA Africa Championship Senegal
South Africa 1994 1994 FIBA Africa Championship South Africa
Kenya 1997 1997 FIBA Africa Championship Kenya
Tunisia 2000 Silver 2000 FIBA Africa Championship Tunisia
Mozambique 2003 6 2003 FIBA Africa Championship Mozambique
Nigeria 2005 2005 FIBA Africa Championship Nigeria
Senegal 2007 11 2007 FIBA Africa Championship Senegal
Madagascar 2009 10 2009 FIBA Africa Championship Madagascar
Mali 2011 10 2011 FIBA Africa Championship Mali
Mozambique 2013 2013 FIBA Africa Championship Mozambique
Cambodia 2015 2015 FIBA Africa Championship Cameroon
Mali 2017 11 2017 FIBA Africa Championship Mali

Pan Arab Games[edit]

Pan Arab Games
Appearances : 5
Year Position Tournament Host
Morocco 1985 1985 Pan Arab Games Rabat
Syria 1992 2nd, silver medalist(s) 1992 Pan Arab Games Damascus
Lebanon 1997 2nd, silver medalist(s) 1997 Pan Arab Games Beirut
Jordan 1999 1st, gold medalist(s) 1999 Pan Arab Games Amman
Algeria 2004 2nd, silver medalist(s) 2004 Pan Arab Games Algiers
Egypt 2007 Not held women's tournament 2007 Pan Arab Games Cairo
Qatar 2011 4 2011 Pan Arab Games Doha

Jeux de la Francophonie[edit]

Jeux de la Francophonie
Appearances :
Year Position Tournament Host
Morocco 1989 1989 Jeux de la Francophonie Casablanca/Rabat, Morocco
France 1994 1994 Jeux de la Francophonie Paris/Évry-Bondoufle, France
Madagascar 1997 1997 Jeux de la Francophonie Antananarivo, Madagascar
Canada 2001 2001 Jeux de la Francophonie Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada/Quebec
Niger 2005 3rd, bronze medalist(s) 2005 Jeux de la Francophonie Niamey, Niger
Lebanon 2009 3rd, bronze medalist(s) 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie Beirut, Lebanon
France 2013 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie Nice, France
Ivory Coast 2017 2017 Jeux de la Francophonie Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIBA National Federations – Tunisia, fiba.com, accessed 07 March 2015.

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