All time Medalists

Results of the 70 editions of "FIBA U18 European Championship - Division A"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2017 4 Jul. to
9 Jul.
FIBA U18 European Championship Division C Nicosia
(Cyprus)
Norway Cyprus Malta Kurt Cassar (MLT)
2017 29 Jul. to
6 Aug.
FIBA U18 European Championship - Division A Bratislava, Piestany
(Slovakia)
Serbia Spain Lithuania Nikola Miskovic (SRB)
2017 28 Jul. to
6 Aug.
FIBA U18 European Championship - Division B Tallinn
(Estonia)
Luka Samanic (CRO)
2016 8 Jul. to
15 Jul.
FIBA U18 European Championship Division C San Marino
(San Marino)
Azerbaijan Andorra Kosovo Endar Poladkhanli (AZE)
2016 16 Dec. to
22 Dec.
FIBA U18 European Championship - Division A Samsun
(Turkey)
France Lithuania Italy Frank Ntilikina (FRA)
2016 29 Jul. to
7 Aug.
FIBA U18 European Championship - Division B Skopje
(MKD)
Ognjen Carapic (MNE)
2015 23 Jul. to
2 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - Division A Volos
(Greece)
Greece Turkey Lithuania -
2015 23 Jul. to
2 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - Division B Oberwart, Fürstenfeld, Güssing (Austria)
(Greece)
-
2015 14 Jul. to
19 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men Division C Gibraltar
(Gibraltar)
-
2014 22 Jul. to
27 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men Division C Andorra la Vella
(Andorra)
Principality of Monaco Gibraltar Andorra -
2014 24 Jul. to
3 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Konya
(Turkey)
Turkey Serbia Croatia -
2014 24 Jul. to
3 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Sofia
(Bulgaria)
-
2013 18 Jul. to
28 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Liepaja, Riga, Ventspils
(Latvia)
Turkey Croatia Spain -
2013 18 Jul. to
28 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Strumica
(MKD)
-
2013 15 Jul. to
20 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men Division C Andorra
(Andorra)
San Marino Moldova Andorra -
2012 9 Aug. to
19 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Liepaja, Vilnius
(Lithuania)
Croatia Lithuania Serbia -
2012 9 Aug. to
19 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Sarajevo
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
-
2011 21 Jul. to
31 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Wroclaw
(Poland)
Spain Serbia Turkey -
2011 21 Jul. to
31 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Varna
(Bulgaria)
-
2011 19 Jul. to
23 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men, Division C San Marino
(San Marino)
Wales San Marino Moldova -
2010 22 Jul. to
1 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Vilnius
(Lithuania)
Lithuania Russia Latvia -
2010 22 Jul. to
1 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Tel Aviv
(Israel)
-
2009 23 Jul. to
2 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Metz
(France)
Serbia France Turkey -
2009 23 Jul. to
2 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Sarajevo
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
-
2009 20 Jul. to
25 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men Division C Malta Malta Gibraltar Andorra -
2008 25 Jul. to
3 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Amaliada, Pyrgos
(Greece)
Greece Lithuania Croatia -
2008 25 Jul. to
3 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Debrecen
(Hungary)
-
2007 3 Aug. to
12 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Madrid
(Spain)
Serbia Greece Latvia -
2007 3 Aug. to
12 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Sofia
(Bulgaria)
-
2007 16 Jul. to
21 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men Division C Cardiff
(Wales)
Scotland Wales Moldova -
2006 18 Jul. to
27 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Argostoli, Olympia, Amaliada
(Greece)
France Lithuania Spain -
2006 28 Jul. to
8 Aug.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Sibiu
(Romania)
-
2005 25 Jul. to
30 Jul.
U18 European Promotion Cup Men Malta Andorra Scotland Luxembourg -
2005 13 Jul. to
24 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION B Ruzomberok
(Slovakia)
-
2005 13 Jul. to
24 Jul.
U18 European Championship Men - DIVISION A Belgrade
(Serbia)
Serbia & Montenegro Turkey Italy -
2004 30 Jul. to
18 Jul.
European Championship for Men U18 Spain Turkey France -
2003 26 Aug. to
30 Aug.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Men Malta Albania Scotland Andorra -
2002 1 Aug. to
12 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Qualifying Round -
2002 16 Apr. to
1 May.
European Championship for Junior Men - Challenge Round -
2002 12 Jul. to
21 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Böblingen, Esslingen, Ludwigsburg
(Germany)
Croatia Slovenia Greece -
2001 11 Jul. to
15 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Men Malta Cyprus Scotland Luxembourg -
2000 11 Apr. to
15 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Men - Preliminary Round -
2000 1 Aug. to
29 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Qualifying Round -
2000 14 Jul. to
23 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Zadar
(Croatia)
France Croatia Greece -
1999 21 Jul. to
25 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Men Steinsel
(Luxembourg)
Iceland Ireland Luxembourg -
1998 5 Aug. to
31 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Challenge Round -
1998 9 Apr. to
27 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Men - Qualifying Round -
1998 3 Jul. to
12 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Varna
(Bulgaria)
Spain Croatia Greece -
1997 8 Jul. to
12 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Men Andorra Moldova Andorra Cyprus -
1996 8 Aug. to
27 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Challenge Round -
1996 9 Apr. to
23 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Men - Qualifying Round -
1996 7 Jul. to
14 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Auch, Lourdes, Tarbes
(France)
Croatia France Yugoslavia -
1994 18 Aug. to
29 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Challenge Round -
1994 12 May. to
16 May.
European Championship for Junior Men - Qualifying Round -
1994 18 Jul. to
25 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Tel Aviv
(Israel)
Lithuania Croatia Spain -
1992 16 Aug. to
23 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Budapest, Szolnok, Zalaegerszeg
(Hungary)
France Italy Com. of Independent States -
1990 18 Aug. to
25 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Emmen, Groningen
(Netherlands)
Italy Soviet Union Spain -
1988 21 Aug. to
28 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Titov Vrbas, Srbobran
(Yugoslavia)
Yugoslavia Italy Czechoslovakia -
1986 15 Aug. to
23 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Gmunden, Vöcklabruck
(Austria)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Italy -
1984 19 Aug. to
26 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Katrineholm, Huskvarna
(Sweden)
Soviet Union Italy Yugoslavia -
1982 21 Aug. to
28 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Dimitrovgrad, Haskovo
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Bulgaria -
1980 22 Aug. to
30 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Celje
(Yugoslavia)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Bulgaria -
1978 22 Aug. to
30 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Roseto degli Abruzzi, Teramo
(Italy)
Soviet Union Spain Yugoslavia -
1976 3 Aug. to
12 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Santiago de Compostela
(Spain)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Spain -
1974 17 Jul. to
27 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Oeléans de Gyen
(France)
Yugoslavia Spain Italy -
1972 15 Jul. to
23 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Zadar
(Yugoslavia)
Yugoslavia Italy Soviet Union -
1970 6 Aug. to
14 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Athens
(Greece)
Soviet Union Greece Italy -
1968 2 Aug. to
10 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Vigo
(Spain)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Italy -
1966 23 Aug. to
28 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Porto San Giorgio
(Italy)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Italy -
1964 1 Apr. to
5 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Men - Final Round Naples
(Italy)
Soviet Union France Italy -