28 June
03 July, 2016

All time Medalists

Results of the 77 editions of "FIBA European Championship For Small Countries"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2016 28 Jun. to
3 Jul.
FIBA European Championship For Small Countries Chisinau
(Moldova)
Armenia Andorra San Marino Andre Spight (ARM)
2015 10 Aug. to
27 Aug.
EuroBasket - 2nd Qualifying Round -
2015 5 Sep. to
20 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Spain Lithuania France Pau Gasol Sáez (ESP)
2015 1 Aug. to
1 Sep.
EuroBasket - 1st Qualifying Tournament -
2014 7 Jul. to
12 Jul.
European Championship for Small Countries Men Gibraltar
(Gibraltar)
Andorra Malta Scotland -
2013 14 Aug. to
11 Sep.
EuroBasket - Qualification Round -
2013 4 Sep. to
22 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Jesenice, Celje, Koper, Ljubljana
(Slovenia)
France Lithuania Spain Tony Parker (FRA)
2012 2 Jul. to
7 Jul.
European Championship Small Countries Men San Marino
(San Marino)
Andorra Moldova Malta -
2011 2 Aug. to
1 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION A Lithuania -
2011 8 Aug. to
27 Aug.
EuroBasket - DIVISION B Lithuania -
2011 31 Aug. to
18 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Alytus, Vilnius, Panevezys, Klaipeda, Siauliai, Kaunas
(Lithuania)
Spain France Russia -
2010 5 Jul. to
10 Jul.
European Championship Men Division C Denmark Andorra Malta -
2009 20 Aug. to
30 Aug.
EuroBasket - DIVISION A -
2009 5 Sep. to
9 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION B -
2009 7 Sep. to
20 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Gdansk, Poznan, Lodz, Bydgoszcz, Katowice, Warsaw, Wroclaw
(Poland)
Spain Serbia Greece -
2008 17 Jun. to
22 Jun.
European Championship Men Division C Edinburgh
(Scotland)
Azerbaijan Moldova Scotland -
2007 31 Aug. to
16 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION A -
2007 2 Sep. to
30 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION B -
2007 3 Sep. to
16 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Alicante, Granada, Madrid, Sevilla, Palma de Mallorca
(Spain)
Russia Spain Lithuania -
2006 29 May. to
3 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Durrsi
(Albania)
Azerbaijan Albania Andorra -
2005 8 Sep. to
25 Sep.
EuroBasket Greece Federal Republic of Germany France -
2004 7 Jun. to
12 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Andorra Andorra Luxembourg Scotland -
2003 17 May. to
21 May.
European Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Velje
(Denmark)
-
2003 25 May. to
2 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
2003 5 Sep. to
14 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Boras, Lulea, Stockholm, Norrköpping, Södertelje
(Sweden)
Lithuania Spain Italy -
2003 21 Nov. to
25 Jan.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
2002 11 Jun. to
15 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Ta'Qali
(Malta)
San Marino Wales Scotland -
2001 18 May. to
24 May.
European Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Helsinki
(Finland)
-
2001 19 May. to
23 May.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
2001 24 Nov. to
27 Jan.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
2001 31 Aug. to
9 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Istanbul, Ankara, Antalya
(Turkey)
Yugoslavia Turkey Spain -
2000 6 Jun. to
10 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men - Preliminary Round Andorra Andorra San Marino Scotland -
1999 22 May. to
26 May.
European Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Reykjavik
(Iceland)
-
1999 23 May. to
25 May.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1999 26 Nov. to
28 Feb.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
1999 21 Jun. to
3 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Antibes, Dijon, Le Mans, Paris, Pau, Toulouse, Clermond-Ferrand
(France)
Italy Spain Yugoslavia -
1998 2 Jun. to
6 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men - Final Round Gibraltar Andorra Wales San Marino -
1997 22 May. to
28 May.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1997 8 Oct. to
26 Feb.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
1997 24 Jun. to
6 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Badalona, Barcelona, Girona
(Spain)
Yugoslavia Italy Russia -
1996 5 Jun. to
9 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men San Marino Austria Norway San Marino -
1995 31 May. to
4 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Additional Qualifying Round Sofia
(Bulgaria)
-
1995 21 Jun. to
27 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1995 10 Nov. to
16 Nov.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
1995 21 Jun. to
2 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Athens
(Greece)
Yugoslavia Lithuania Croatia -
1994 4 Jun. to
8 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Dublin
(Ireland)
Ireland Cyprus Iceland -
1993 22 Jun. to
4 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Berlin, Munich, Karlsruhe
(Germany)
Germany Russia Croatia -
1992 2 Jun. to
6 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Nicosia
(Cyprus)
Austria Luxembourg Cyprus -
1991 24 Jun. to
29 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Rome
(Italy)
Yugoslavia Italy Spain -
1990 12 Dec. to
16 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Men Cardiff
(Wales)
Iceland Cyprus Luxembourg -
1989 20 Jun. to
25 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Zagreb
(Croatia)
Yugoslavia Greece Soviet Union -
1988 14 Dec. to
18 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Men Malta
(Malta)
Iceland Ireland Cyprus -
1987 3 Jun. to
14 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Athens
(Greece)
Greece Soviet Union Yugoslavia -
1985 5 Jun. to
16 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Leverkusen, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe
(Germany)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Italy -
1983 26 May. to
4 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Nantes, Caen, Limoges
(France)
Italy Spain Soviet Union -
1981 26 May. to
5 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Havirov, Bratislava, Prague
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia -
1979 9 Jun. to
19 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Siena, Turin, Gorizia, Mestre
(Italy)
Soviet Union Israel Yugoslavia -
1977 15 Sep. to
24 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Liège, Ostend
(Belgium)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Czechoslovakia -
1975 7 Jun. to
15 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Karlovac, Belgade, Rijeka, Split
(Yugoslavia)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Italy -
1973 27 Sep. to
6 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Badalona, Barcelona
(Spain)
Yugoslavia Spain Soviet Union -
1971 10 Sep. to
19 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Böblingen, Essen
(Germany)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Italy -
1969 27 Sep. to
5 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Naples, Caserta
(Italy)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia -
1967 28 Sep. to
8 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Helsinki, Tampere
(Finland)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland -
1965 30 May. to
10 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Moscow, Tbilisi
(Soviet Union)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Poland -
1963 4 Oct. to
13 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Wroclaw
(Poland)
Soviet Union Poland Yugoslavia -
1961 29 Apr. to
8 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Belgrade
(Yugoslavia)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Bulgaria -
1959 21 May. to
31 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Istanbul
(Turkey)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia France -
1957 20 Jun. to
30 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Sofia
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1955 7 Jun. to
19 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Budapest
(Hungary)
Hungary Czechoslovakia Soviet Union -
1953 23 May. to
4 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Moscow
(Russia)
Soviet Union Hungary France -
1951 3 May. to
12 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Paris
(France)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia France -
1949 15 May. to
22 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Cairo
(Egypt)
Egypt France Greece -
1947 27 Apr. to
3 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Prague
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Egypt -
1946 30 Apr. to
4 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Geneva
(Switzerland)
Czechoslovakia Italy Hungary -
1939 21 May. to
28 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Kaunas
(Lithuania)
Lithuania Latvia Poland -
1937 2 May. to
7 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Riga
(Latvia)
Lithuania Italy France -
1935 2 May. to
7 May.
European Championship for Men Latvia Spain Czechoslovakia -