Yugoslavia men's national under-18 basketball team

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Yugoslavia men's national under-18 basketball team
Medal record
Men's Basketball
Representing  Yugoslavia
European Championship for Juniors
Gold medal – first place 1972 Zadar
Gold medal – first place 1974 Orléans
Gold medal – first place 1976 Santiago
Gold medal – first place 1986 Vöcklabruck, Gmunden
Gold medal – first place 1988 Titov Vrbas, Srbobran
Silver medal – second place 1966 Porto San Giorgio
Silver medal – second place 1968 Vigo
Silver medal – second place 1980 Celje
Silver medal – second place 1982 Dimitrovgrad, Haskovo
Bronze medal – third place 1978 Rosetto, Teramo
Bronze medal – third place 1984 Huskvarna, Katrineholm

The Yugoslavia men's national under-18 basketball team (Serbo-Croatian: Juniorska košarkaška reprezentacija Jugoslavije) was the boy's basketball team, administered by Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia, that represented SFR Yugoslavia in international under-18 (under age 18) men's basketball competitions, consisted mainly of the European Championship for Juniors, nowadays known as the FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship.

After the dissolution of SFR Yugoslavia in 1991, the successor countries all set up their own national under-18 teams. Serbia and Croatia teams won the Championship for three times each, as of 2017.

Individual awards[edit]

Top Scorer

Competitive record[edit]

Year Pos. GP W L Ref.
Italy 1964 7th 5 2 3 [1]
Italy 1966 Silver medal icon.svg 5 4 1 [2]
Spain 1968 Silver medal icon.svg 7 6 1 [3]
Greece 1970 4th 7 4 3 [4]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1972 Gold medal icon.svg 7 7 0 [5]
France 1974 Gold medal icon.svg 9 9 0 [6]
Spain 1976 Gold medal icon.svg 8 7 1 [7]
Italy 1978 Bronze medal icon.svg 7 6 1 [8]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1980 Silver medal icon.svg 7 6 1 [9]
Bulgaria 1982 Silver medal icon.svg 7 6 1 [10]
Sweden 1984 Bronze medal icon.svg 7 5 2 [11]
Austria 1986 Gold medal icon.svg 7 7 0 [12]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1988 Gold medal icon.svg 7 7 0 [13]
Netherlands 1990 5th 7 4 3 [14]
Total 14/14 97 82 17

Coaches[edit]

Years Head Coach[15] Assistant Coach(es)
1964–1966 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ranko Žeravica
1968 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Ivković
1970 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Lazar Lečić
1972 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mirko Novosel
1974 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bogdan Tanjević S. Ivković
1976–1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Luka Stančić D. Ivković
1982 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rusmir Halilović
1984 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Luka Stančić
1986 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Svetislav Pešić
1988–1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Duško Vujošević

Rosters[edit]

1964 Championship 1966 Championship 1968 Championship 1970 Championship 1972 Championship 1974 Championship 1976 Championship
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4 Tihomir Pavlović
5 Anton Bračun
6 Miljenko Valčić
7 Jurica Kosta
8 Slobodan Jelić
9 Danko Hočevar
10 Momčilo Pazmanj
11 Bogdan Tanjević
12 Srđan Skulić
13 Ljubiša Stanković
14 Ljubiša Janjić
15 Andrej Brenk
4 Mihajlo Manović
5 Bogdan Tanjević
6 Sterija Andonovski
7 Kosta Grubor
8 Dragiša Vučinić
9 Ivica Valek
10 Dragan Kapičić
11 Ljubodrag Simonović
12 Damir Šolman
13 Aljoša Žorga
14 Željko Dokman
15 Krešimir Ćosić
4 Žarko Zečević
5 Dragan Đukić
6 Ivan Sarjanović
7 Vinko Jelovac
8 Dragiša Vučinić
9 Zoran Slavnić
10 Mihajlo Manović
11 Ljubodrag Simonović
12 Damir Šolman
13 Stanislav Bizjak
14 Franjo Luković
15 Sadik Zejnilović
4 Blagoja Georgievski
5 Nedeljko Ostarčević
6 Radivoj Živković
7 Anton Sagadin
8 Branko Kovačević
9 Branislav Tomić
10 Goran Rakočević
11 Davor Rukavina
12 Miroljub Damjanović
13 Srećko Jarić
14 Dragan Radosavljević
15 Marko Gvardijančić
4 Dragan Todorić
5 Franc Volaj
6 Milan Grabovac
7 Dragan Kićanović
8 Rajko Žižić
9 Milan Milićević
10 Boris Beravs
11 Ratko Kaljević
12 Mirza Delibašić
13 Čedomir Perinčić
14 Branko Macura
15 Željko Jerkov
4 Branko Skroče
5 Goran Kriznar
6 Boško Bosiočić
7 Rajko Žižić
8 Dušan Zupančić
9 Aleksandar Paternost
10 Mladen Mohorović
11 Mihovil Nakić
12 Andro Knego
13 Darko Fabulić
14 Zoran Gavrilović
15 Ratko Radovanović
4 Mile Stanković
5 Aleksandar Petrović
6 Pero Vučica
7 Predrag Bogosavljev
8 Damir Pavličević
9 Stevo Vukasović
10 Branko Sikirić
11 Željko Pribanović
12 Mladen Ostojić
13 Čedo Brborić
14 Miodrag Marić
15 Rade Vukosavljević
1978 Championship 1980 Championship 1982 Championship 1984 Championship 1986 Championship 1988 Championship 1990 Championship
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4 Mihailo Poček
5 Slobodan Nikolić
6 Petar Popović
7 Predrag Bogosavljev
8 Milan Medić
9 Ivan Sunara
10 Aleš Pipan
11 Predrag Benaček
12 Veljko Petranović
13 Davor Dogan
14 Nihat Izić
15 Dragan Zrno
4 Srđan Dabić
5 Nebojša Zorkić
6 Marko Ivanović
7 Matej Janžek
8 Milan Medić
9 Zoran Čutura
10 Miroljub Mitrović
11 Žarko Đurišić
12 Tomislav Tiringer
13 Goran Grbović
14 Branko Vukičević
15 Nikola Lazić
4 Velimir Perasović
5 Dražen Petrović
6 Ivica Žurić
7 Ivo Petović
8 Zoran Jovanović
9 Dragan Lukenda
10 Nebojša Bukumirović
11 Stojko Vranković
12 Danko Cvjetićanin
13 Aleksandar Milivojša
14 Antonio Ozmec
15 Goran Sobin
4 Aleksander Govc
5 Velimir Perasović
6 Ivica Žurić
7 Jure Zdovc
8 Zoran Jovanović
9 Ivo Nakić
10 Miroslav Pecarski
11 Franjo Arapović
12 Ivica Mavrenski
13 Mirko Milićević
14 Žarko Paspalj
15 Luka Pavićević
4 Ivica Gulin
5 Luka Pavićević
6 Nebojša Ilić
7 Toni Kukoč
8 Miroslav Pecarski
9 Teoman Alibegović
10 Aleksandar Đorđević
11 Samir Avdić
12 Vlade Divac
13 Radenko Dobraš
14 Dino Rađa
15 Slaviša Koprivica
4 Živko Badžim
5 Predrag Danilović
6 Slobodan Kaličanin
7 Žan Tabak
8 Oliver Popović
9 Nenad Grmuša
10 Rastko Cvetković
11 Marijan Kraljević
12 Dževad Alihodžić
13 Arijan Komazec
14 Mirko Pavlović
15 Ivan Kapov
4 Velibor Radović
5 Nikola Lončar
6 Alojz Šiško
7 Veljko Mršić
8 Miljan Goljović
9 Teo Čizmić
10 Dejan Bodiroga
11 Željko Rebrača
12 Miladin Mutavdžić
13 Mlađan Šilobad
14 Mirko Pavlović
15 Roman Horvat

New national teams[edit]

After the dissolution of SFR Yugoslavia in 1991, five new countries were created: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, FR Yugoslavia (in 2003, renamed to Serbia and Montenegro) and Slovenia. In 2006, Montenegro became an independent nation and Serbia became the legal successor of Serbia and Montenegro. In 2008, Kosovo declared independence from Serbia and became a FIBA member in 2015.

Here is a list of men's national under-18 teams on the SFR Yugoslavia area:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  15. ^ "Zlatna mladost". vreme.com. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
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  27. ^ "1986 Yugoslavia Junior team". fiba.basketball. Retrieved 13 July 2018.
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