All time Medalists

Results of the 161 editions of "FIBA EuroBasket Women - Final Round"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2000 14 Jun. to
18 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Women - Preliminary Round Ohrid
(MKD)
-
2001 19 May. to
24 May.
European Championship for Women - Qualifying Round -
2001 24 Nov. to
29 Nov.
European Championship for Women - Semi-Final Round -
2003 16 May. to
20 May.
European Championship for Women - Qualifying Round -
1966 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Conakry
(Guinea)
United Arab Republic Guinea Central African Republic -
1968 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Cairo
(Egypt)
United Arab Republic Senegal Mali -
1968 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Taipei
(Chinese Taipei)
Korea Japan Taiwan -
1970 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Kuala Lumpur
(Malaysia)
Japan Korea Taiwan -
1976 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1978 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Kuala Lumpur
(Malaysia)
Korea People's Republic of China Japan -
1979 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Mogadishu
(Somalia)
Senegal Somalia Ghana -
1983 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Luanda
(Angola)
-
1986 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Maputo
(Mozambique)
Zaire Mozambique Angola -
1988 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Women - Preliminary Round Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
Korea People's Republic of China Chinese Taipei -
1990 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Women - Preliminary Round
(Singapore)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1995 12 May. to
14 May.
European Championship for Women - Qualifying Round Pecs
(Hungary)
-
1995 18 May. to
22 May.
European Championship for Women - Challenge Round -
1995 14 May. to
16 May.
European Championship for Women - Qualifying Round -
1997 22 May. to
26 May.
European Championship for Women - Challenge Round -
1997 22 May. to
28 May.
European Championship for Women - Qualifying Round -
1999 2 May. to
9 May.
Asian Championship for Women Division II - Preliminary Round - Level II Shizuoka
(Japan)
D.P.R.of Korea Malaysia Hong Kong -
1999 13 May. to
17 May.
European Championship for Women - Challenge Round -
1999 21 May. to
25 May.
European Championship for Women - Qualifying Round -
2001 14 Sep. to
23 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Gravelines
(France)
France Russia Spain -
2003 19 Sep. to
28 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Amaliada
(Greece)
Russia Czech Republic Spain -
1938 12 Oct. to
16 Oct.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Rome
(Italy)
Italy Lithuania Poland -
1950 14 May. to
20 May.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Budapest
(Hungary)
Soviet Union Hungary Czechoslovakia -
1952 18 May. to
25 May.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Moscow
(Soviet Union)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Hungary -
1954 4 Jun. to
13 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Belgrade
(Yugoslavia)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1956 2 Jun. to
10 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Prague
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Hungary Czechoslovakia -
1958 9 May. to
18 May.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Lodz
(Poland)
Bulgaria Soviet Union Czechoslovakia -
1960 3 Jun. to
11 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Sofia
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1962 22 Sep. to
29 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Mulhouse
(France)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1964 6 Sep. to
13 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Budapest
(Hungary)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1966 2 Oct. to
9 Oct.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Cluj
(Romania)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia German Democratic Republic -
1968 5 Jul. to
15 Jul.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Catania
(Italy)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Poland -
1970 11 Sep. to
19 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Leeuwarden
(Netherlands)
Soviet Union France Yugoslavia -
1972 8 Oct. to
16 Oct.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Bourgas
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1974 23 Aug. to
3 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Cagliari
(Italy)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Italy -
1976 20 May. to
29 May.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Vichy
(France)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1978 20 May. to
30 May.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Poznan
(Poland)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia -
1980 19 Sep. to
28 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Banja Luka
(Yugoslavia)
Soviet Union Poland Yugoslavia -
1981 13 Sep. to
20 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Ancona
(Italy)
Soviet Union Poland Czechoslovakia -
1983 11 Sep. to
18 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Budapest
(Hungary)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Hungary -
1985 8 Sep. to
15 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Treviso
(Italy)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Hungary -
1987 4 Sep. to
11 Sep.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Cadiz
(Spain)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Hungary -
1989 13 Jun. to
18 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Varna
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1991 12 Jun. to
17 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Tel Aviv
(Israel)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Hungary -
1993 8 Jun. to
13 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Perugia
(Italy)
Spain France Slovak Republic -
1995 8 Jun. to
18 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Brno
(Czech Republic)
Ukraine Italy Russia -
1997 6 Jun. to
15 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Zalaegerszeg
(Hungary)
Lithuania Slovak Republic Germany -
1999 28 May. to
6 Jun.
European Championship for Women - Final Round Katowice
(Poland)
Poland France Russia -
1970 28 Mar. to
4 Apr.
African Championship for Women Lome
(Togo)
Madagascar United Arab Republic Senegal -
1974 24 Dec. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Women Tunis
(Tunisia)
Senegal Tunisia Egypt -
1977 25 Dec. to
2 Jan.
African Championship for Women Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Egypt Togo -
1981 5 Sep. to
13 Sep.
African Championship for Women Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Zaire Angola -
1984 22 Dec. to
30 Dec.
African Championship for Women Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Zaire Cameroon -
1990 16 Mar. to
25 Mar.
African Championship for Women Tunis
(Tunisia)
Senegal Zaire Mozambique -
1993 18 Dec. to
28 Dec.
African Championship for Women Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Kenya Mozambique -
1994 10 Dec. to
17 Dec.
African Championship for Women Johannesburg
(South Africa)
Zaire Senegal Angola -
1997 12 Dec. to
20 Dec.
African Championship for Women Nairobi
(Kenya)
Senegal Dem.Rep. of Congo Nigeria -
2001 5 Nov. to
12 Nov.
African Championship for Women Tunis
(Tunisia)
Senegal Tunisia Dem.Rep. of Congo -
1965 10 Apr. to
2 May.
Asian Championship for Women Seoul
(Korea)
Korea Japan Taiwan -
1972 18 Nov. to
26 Nov.
Asian Championship for Women Taipei
(Chinese Taipei)
Korea Taiwan Thailand -
1974 22 Jun. to
30 Jun.
Asian Championship for Women Seoul
(Korea)
Korea Japan Taiwan -
1980 13 Sep. to
21 Sep.
Asian Championship for Women Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
Korea People's Republic of China Japan -
1982 28 Apr. to
5 May.
Asian Championship for Women Tokyo
(Japan)
Korea People's Republic of China Japan -
1984 13 Oct. to
24 Oct.
Asian Championship for Women Shanghai
(China)
Korea People's Republic of China Japan -
1986 1 Jun. to
8 Jun.
Asian Championship for Women Kuala Lumpur
(Malaysia)
People's Republic of China Korea Chinese Taipei -
1992 21 Mar. to
30 Mar.
Asian Championship for Women Seoul
(Korea)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1995 23 Jul. to
30 Jul.
Asian Championship for Women Shizuoka
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1997 27 Apr. to
5 May.
Asian Championship for Women Bangkok
(Thailand)
Korea Japan People's Republic of China -
1999 2 May. to
9 May.
Asian Championship for Women Shizuoka
(Japan)
Korea Japan Chinese Taipei -
2001 4 Oct. to
11 Oct.
Asian Championship for Women Bangkok
(Thailand)
People's Republic of China Japan Korea -
1997 5 Aug. to
10 Aug.
Championship of the Americas for Women Sao Paulo
(Brazil)
Brazil United States of America Cuba -
2001 10 Sep. to
15 Sep.
Championship of the Americas for Women Sao Luis
(Brazil)
Brazil Cuba Argentina -
1989 13 Dec. to
17 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Women Luxembourg
(Luxembourg)
Austria Ireland Luxembourg -
1991 10 Dec. to
14 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Women Gibraltar
(Gibraltar)
Turkey Ireland Austria -
1993 14 Dec. to
18 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Women Nicosia
(Cyprus)
Austria Ireland Cyprus -
1996 26 Jun. to
30 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Women La Valetta
(Malta)
Iceland Albania Luxembourg -
1998 16 Jun. to
20 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Women Oberpullendorf
(Austria)
Austria Luxembourg Cyprus -
1995 22 Jun. to
29 Jun.
American Olympic Qualifying Tournament Tournament for Women Hamilton
(Canada)
Canada Cuba Puerto Rico -
1974 10 Oct. to
15 Oct.
Oceania Championship for Women Melbourne
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1978 28 Jul. to
30 Jul.
Oceania Championship for Women Wellington
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1982 21 Oct. to
24 Oct.
Oceania Championship for Women Frankston
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1985 12 Sep. to
15 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Women Melbourne
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1989 25 Aug. to
30 Aug.
Oceania Championship for Women
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1990 28 Aug. to
3 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Women Australia New Zealand -
1993 7 Jun. to
10 Jun.
Oceania Championship for Women Auckland
(New Zealand)
New Zealand Western Samoa -
1995 18 Jun. to
22 Jun.
Oceania Championship for Women Sydney
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1997 1 Jun. to
4 Jun.
Oceania Championship for Women Wellington
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand New Caledonia -
2001 14 Sep. to
15 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Women Invercargill
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1993 26 Jun. to
4 Jul.
Championship of the Americas for Women Sao Paulo
(Brazil)
-
1994 24 Apr. to
1 May.
Asian Championship for Women Sendai
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
2002 18 Jun. to
22 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Women Andorra la Vella
(Andorra)
Albania Iceland Cyprus -
2003 18 Dec. to
28 Dec.
African Championship for Women Maputo
(Mozambique)
Nigeria Mozambique Senegal -
2003 12 Sep. to
14 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Women Davenport
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
2004 26 Jul. to
31 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Women
(Andorra)
Iceland Luxembourg Malta -
2005 19 Jun. to
26 Jun.
FIBA Asia Championship for Women Qinhuangdao
(China)
People's Republic of China Korea Chinese Taipei -
2005 14 Sep. to
18 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Women Hato Mayor
(Dominican Republic)
Cuba Brazil Canada -
2005 2 Sep. to
11 Sep.
EuroBasket Women - Final Round Bursa
(Turkey)
Czech Republic Russia Spain -
2003 21 Nov. to
27 Nov.
European Championship for Women - Semi-Final Round -
2006 18 Jul. to
23 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Women Ta' Qali
(Malta)
Luxembourg Scotland Moldova -
2003 13 Jan. to
19 Jan.
Asian Championship for Women Sendai
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Japan Korea -
2005 24 Aug. to
28 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Women Palmerston
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
2005 7 Sep. to
30 Aug.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION A -
2005 17 Sep. to
2 Oct.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION B -
2007 26 Sep. to
30 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Women Valdivia
(Chile)
United States of America Cuba Brazil -
2007 3 Jun. to
10 Jun.
FIBA Asia Championship for Women Incheon
(Korea)
Korea People's Republic of China Japan -
2007 26 Sep. to
29 Sep.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Women Dunedin
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand Fiji -
2007 2 Feb. to
30 Sep.
FIBA Africa Championship for Women
(Senegal)
Mali Senegal Angola -
2009 23 Sep. to
27 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Women Cuiaba
(Brazil)
Brazil Argentina Canada -
2009 17 Sep. to
24 Sep.
FIBA Asia Championship for Women Chennai
(India)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
2009 31 Aug. to
2 Sep.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Women Australia New Zealand -
2009 23 Feb. to
18 Oct.
FIBA Africa Championship for Women Antananarivo
(Madagascar)
Senegal Mali Angola -
2005 8 Apr. to
15 Aug.
FIBA Africa Championship for Women - Qualifying Round
(Nigeria)
-
2005 20 Dec. to
28 Dec.
FIBA Africa Championship for Women - Final Round Abuja
(Nigeria)
Nigeria Senegal Mozambique -
2007 1 Sep. to
30 Sep.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION A -
2007 1 Sep. to
30 Sep.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION B -
2011 21 Aug. to
28 Aug.
FIBA Asia Championship for Women Nagasaki
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
2011 7 Sep. to
11 Sep.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Women Brisbane
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
2011 29 May. to
2 Oct.
FIBA Africa Championship for Women Bamako
(Mali)
Angola Senegal Mali -
2011 24 Sep. to
1 Oct.
FIBA Americas Championship for Women Neiva
(Colombia)
Brazil Argentina Canada -
2007 24 Sep. to
7 Oct.
EuroBasket Women - Final Round Chieti
(Italy)
Russia Spain Belarus -
2008 7 Jul. to
12 Jul.
European Championship Women Division C Luxembourg
(Luxembourg)
Malta Albania Luxembourg -
2009 13 Aug. to
19 Jan.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION A -
2009 27 Aug. to
9 Sep.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION B -
2009 7 Jun. to
20 Jun.
EuroBasket Women - Final Round Riga
(Latvia)
France Russia Spain -
2013 27 Oct. to
3 Nov.
FIBA Asia Championship for Women Bangkok
(Thailand)
Japan Korea People's Republic of China Ramu Tokashiki (JPN)
2013 14 Aug. to
18 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Women Australia New Zealand Belinda Snell (AUS)
2013 1 Jul. to
30 Sep.
FIBA Africa Championship for Women Angola Mozambique Senegal -
2013 21 Sep. to
28 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Women Veracruz
(Mexico)
Cuba Canada Brazil Yamara Amargo (CUB)
2011 2 Aug. to
15 Jun.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION A -
2011 1 Aug. to
30 Sep.
EuroBasket Women - DIVISION B -
2011 18 Jun. to
3 Jul.
EuroBasket Women - Final Round Lódz
(Poland)
Russia Turkey France -
2010 28 Jun. to
3 Jul.
European Championship Women Division C Yerevan
(Armenia)
Malta Armenia Scotland -
2015 29 Aug. to
5 Sep.
FIBA Asia Women's Championship Wuhan
(China)
Japan People's Republic of China Korea -
2015 15 Aug. to
17 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Women Australia New Zealand -
2015 16 Jul. to
3 Oct.
Afrobasket Women Senegal Cameroon Nigeria -
2015 9 Aug. to
16 Aug.
FIBA Americas Women's Championship Edmonton
(Canada)
Canada Cuba Argentina -
2017 7 Mar. to
27 Aug.
FIBA Women's Afrobasket Bamako
(Mali)
Nigeria Senegal Mali -
2017 6 Aug. to
13 Aug.
FIBA Women's AmeriCup 2017 Buenos Aires
(Argentina)
Canada Argentina Puerto Rico -
2013 15 Jun. to
30 Jun.
EuroBasket Women - Final Round Trelaze
(France)
Spain France Turkey -
2013 12 Jun. to
14 Jul.
EuroBasket Women - Qualification Round -
2012 10 Jul. to
15 Jul.
European Championship for Small Countries Women Ohrid
(MKD)
Austria The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Malta -
2015 7 Jun. to
25 Jun.
EuroBasket Women - 1st Qualifying Tournament -
2015 11 Jun. to
28 Jun.
EuroBasket Women - Final Round Serbia France Spain -
2015 7 Jun. to
25 Jun.
EuroBasket Women - 2nd Qualifying Round -
2014 14 Jul. to
19 Jul.
European Championship for Small Countries Women Sankt Pölten
(Austria)
Austria Iceland Malta -
2017 16 Nov. to
30 Nov.
FIBA EuroBasket Women - Qualifiers -
2017 16 Jun. to
25 Jun.
FIBA EuroBasket Women - Final Round Hradec Kralove
(Czech Republic)
Spain France Belgium Alba Torrens (ESP)
2021 17 Sep. to
26 Sep.
FIBA Women's Afrobasket -
2021 19 Sep. to
26 Sep.
FIBA Women's AmeriCup -
2021 26 Sep. to
3 Oct.
FIBA Women's Asia Cup -
2019 16 Aug. to
25 Aug.
FIBA Women's Afrobasket -
2019 22 Sep. to
29 Sep.
FIBA Women's AmeriCup -
2019 22 Sep. to
29 Sep.
FIBA Women's Asia Cup -
2016 28 Jun. to
3 Jul.
FIBA Women's European Championship For Small Countries Gibraltar
(Gibraltar)
Malta Ireland Moldova Christina Grima (MLT)
2017 23 Jul. to
29 Jul.
FIBA Women's Asia Cup Division A Bengaluru
(India)
Japan Australia People's Republic of China -
2017 23 Jul. to
29 Jul.
FIBA Women's Asia Cup Division B Bengaluru
(India)
India Kazakhstan Lebanon -
2019 6 Nov. to
30 Jun.
FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019 - Qualifiers -