FIBA World Ranking Presented by NIKE

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  • Ranking Youth Men after FIBA U18 European Championship (2016)
    (last updated: 22 Dec 2016)
    See how it works
    World
    rank
    Country Zone
    rank
    IOC Current points +/- Rank *
    1. USAUSA 1. USA 684.0 0
    2. LTULithuania 1. LTU 340.0 +4
    3. CANCanada 2. CAN 334.0 0
    4. TURTurkey 2. TUR 304.0 +1
    5. ESPSpain 3. ESP 303.0 +3
    6. SRBSerbia 4. SRB 283.0 -4
    7. ARGArgentina 3. ARG 250.2 0
    8. CROCroatia 5. CRO 250.0 -4
    9. FRAFrance 6. FRA 220.0 +1
    10. AUSAustralia 1. AUS 199.0 +1
    11. GREGreece 7. GRE 194.0 -2
    12. CHNChina 1. CHN 170.2 0
    13. BRABrazil 4. BRA 151.0 0
    14. ITAItaly 8. ITA 133.0 +1
    15. KORKorea 2. KOR 128.2 +3
    16. EGYEgypt 1. EGY 119.0 -1
    17. BIHBosnia and Herzegovina 9. BIH 117.0 +3
    18. PURPuerto Rico 5. PUR 115.8 -1
    19. LATLatvia 10. LAT 112.0 -5
    20. RUSRussia 11. RUS 100.0 -1
    21. GERGermany 12. GER 82.0 +1
    22. IRIIslamic Republic of Iran 3. IRI 70.4 +2
    23. POLPoland 13. POL 70.0 -2
    24. MEXMexico 6. MEX 65.6 -1
    25. DOMDominican Republic 7. DOM 58.8 +4
    26. FINFinland 14. FIN 57.0 +13
    27. JPNJapan 4. JPN 55.1 -1
    28. TPEChinese Taipei 5. TPE 52.3 -1
    29. ANGAngola 2. ANG 49.8 -4
    30. MLIMali 3. MLI 47.0 +2
    31. PHIPhilippines 6. PHI 45.1 -3
    32. TUNTunisia 4. TUN 44.0 -2
    33. NZLNew Zealand 2. NZL 39.0 0
    34. MNEMontenegro 15. MNE 35.0 +6
    35. CHIChile 8. CHI 32.0 +8
    35. CZECzech Republic 16. CZE 32.0 0
    37. URUUruguay 9. URU 30.4 -6
    38. ISVVirgin Islands 10. ISV 28.8 +7
    39. UKRUkraine 17. UKR 23.0 -5
    40. VENVenezuela 11. VEN 21.6 -4
    41. CIVCote d'Ivoire 5. CIV 20.6 +3
    42. KAZKazakhstan 7. KAZ 20.5 -5
    43. ENGEngland 18. ENG 20.0 -1
    44. BAHBahamas 12. BAH 19.2 -6
    45. ALGAlgeria 6. ALG 16.4 +4
    46. INDIndia 8. IND 16.2 +6
    47. MOZMozambique 7. MOZ 15.8 -1
    48. LBNLebanon 9. LBN 15.6 +6
    49. SYRSyria 10. SYR 14.7 -8
    50. MASMalaysia 11. MAS 13.5 +2
    51. SENSenegal 8. SEN 13.0 -1
    51. SWESweden 19. SWE 13.0 +29
    53. SLOSlovenia 20. SLO 11.0 -6
    54. BRNBahrain 12. BRN 10.8 +2
    54. NGRNigeria 9. NGR 10.8 -6
    56. BELBelgium 21. BEL 9.0 +2
    56. GABGabon 10. GAB 9.0 +7
    58. COLColombia 13. COL 8.8 +1
    58. CRCCosta Rica 14. CRC 8.8 +1
    60. JORJordan 13. JOR 8.7 -5
    61. ISRIsrael 22. ISR 8.0 +16
    62. IRQIraq 14. IRQ 7.5 0
    63. RWARwanda 11. RWA 7.4 +9
    64. HKGHong Kong 15. HKG 7.2 -7
    64. KUWKuwait 16. KUW 7.2 -1
    66. RSASouth Africa 12. RSA 6.6 0
    67. THAThailand 17. THA 6.3 0
    68. ESTEstonia 23. EST 6.0 0
    68. CALNew Caledonia 3. CAL 6.0 +5
    70. MADMadagascar 13. MAD 5.8 -2
    71. KSAKingdom of Saudi Arabia 18. KSA 5.7 -10
    71. TAHTahiti 4. TAH 5.7 +2
    73. CODDem.Rep. of Congo 14. COD 5.4 +8
    74. INAIndonesia 19. INA 5.1 -4
    75. GUMGuam 5. GUM 4.4 +16
    76. CGORepublic of Congo 15. CGO 4.2 -8
    77. BULBulgaria 24. BUL 4.0 -26
    78. QATQatar 20. QAT 3.9 0
    78. YEMYemen 21. YEM 3.9 0
    80. BENRepublic of Benin 16. BEN 3.8 +3
    81. DENDenmark 25. DEN 3.0 -16
    81. UAEUnited Arab Emirates 22. UAE 3.0 -8
    83. SAMSamoa 6. SAM 2.7 +10
    84. MARMorocco 17. MAR 2.6 -13
    85. FIJFiji 7. FIJ 2.5 +9
    86. CAFCentral African Republic 18. CAF 2.4 -10
    86. SGPSingapore 23. SGP 2.4 -4
    88. GHAGhana 19. GHA 2.2 -5
    89. GUIGuinea 20. GUI 2.0 -4
    89. COMIles Comores 21. COM 2.0 -4
    89. UGAUganda 22. UGA 2.0 0
    92. GEQEquatorial Guinea 23. GEQ 1.8 -5
    93. ETHEthiopia 24. ETH 1.6 -5
    94. MGLMongolia 24. MGL 1.5 -5
    94. SRISri Lanka 25. SRI 1.5 -5
    96. BANBangladesh 26. BAN 1.2 -2
    97. ASAAmerican Samoa 8. ASA 1.1 -1
    98. PNGPapua New Guinea 9. PNG 1.0 -1
    99. SOLSolomon Islands 10. SOL 0.9 -1
    * The number next to the colored arrow indicates the number of positions the respective country has moved since the previous ranking.
    The countries not listed above have all 0 points and are therefore all positioned, with the same rank, after the last country mentioned.

    How it works

    1. Event selection and weight
    • FIBA U19 World Championships1
    • FIBA U17 World Championships1
    • FIBA Africa U18 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Africa U16 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Americas U18 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Americas U16 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Asia U18 Championships0.3
    • FIBA Asia U16 Championships0.3
    • Eurobasket U18 Championships1
    • Eurobasket U16 Championships1
    • FIBA Oceania U18 Championships0.1
    • FIBA Oceania U16 Championships0.1
    2. Competition Ranking Scoring System
    • Gold50
    • Silver40
    • Bronze30
    • 415
    • 514
    • 613
    • 712
    • 811
    • 910
    • 109
    • 118
    • 127
    • 136
    • 145
    • 154
    • 163
    • 172
    • 18 etc...1
    3. Cycle
    The ranking is calculated within the scope of a 2 Olympic Games cycle (including qualifying competitions at FIBA Zone level). Here are the number of competitions that are taken into account:
    • FIBA U19 World Championships4
    • FIBA U17 World Championships4
    • last FIBA U18 Zone Championships4
    • last FIBA U16 Zone Championships4
    The weighing of the U18 and U16 Zone Championships have been adapted to frequency of competitions (in Europe U16 and U18 is played every year). Whenever a new championship is played the oldest championship of that category drops out. The FIBA Ranking is then recalculated.
  • Ranking Youth Men after FIBA U18 European Championship (2016)
    (last updated: 22 Dec 2016)
    See how it works
    World
    rank
    Country Africa
    rank
    IOC Current points +/- Rank *
    16. EGYEgypt 1. EGY 119.0 -1
    29. ANGAngola 2. ANG 49.8 -4
    30. MLIMali 3. MLI 47.0 +2
    32. TUNTunisia 4. TUN 44.0 -2
    41. CIVCote d'Ivoire 5. CIV 20.6 +3
    45. ALGAlgeria 6. ALG 16.4 +4
    47. MOZMozambique 7. MOZ 15.8 -1
    51. SENSenegal 8. SEN 13.0 -1
    54. NGRNigeria 9. NGR 10.8 -6
    56. GABGabon 10. GAB 9.0 +7
    63. RWARwanda 11. RWA 7.4 +9
    66. RSASouth Africa 12. RSA 6.6 0
    70. MADMadagascar 13. MAD 5.8 -2
    73. CODDem.Rep. of Congo 14. COD 5.4 +8
    76. CGORepublic of Congo 15. CGO 4.2 -8
    80. BENRepublic of Benin 16. BEN 3.8 +3
    84. MARMorocco 17. MAR 2.6 -13
    86. CAFCentral African Republic 18. CAF 2.4 -10
    88. GHAGhana 19. GHA 2.2 -5
    89. GUIGuinea 20. GUI 2.0 -4
    89. COMIles Comores 21. COM 2.0 -4
    89. UGAUganda 22. UGA 2.0 0
    92. GEQEquatorial Guinea 23. GEQ 1.8 -5
    93. ETHEthiopia 24. ETH 1.6 -5
    * The number next to the colored arrow indicates the number of positions the respective country has moved since the previous ranking.
    The countries not listed above have all 0 points and are therefore all positioned, with the same rank, after the last country mentioned.

    How it works

    1. Event selection and weight
    • FIBA U19 World Championships1
    • FIBA U17 World Championships1
    • FIBA Africa U18 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Africa U16 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Americas U18 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Americas U16 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Asia U18 Championships0.3
    • FIBA Asia U16 Championships0.3
    • Eurobasket U18 Championships1
    • Eurobasket U16 Championships1
    • FIBA Oceania U18 Championships0.1
    • FIBA Oceania U16 Championships0.1
    2. Competition Ranking Scoring System
    • Gold50
    • Silver40
    • Bronze30
    • 415
    • 514
    • 613
    • 712
    • 811
    • 910
    • 109
    • 118
    • 127
    • 136
    • 145
    • 154
    • 163
    • 172
    • 18 etc...1
    3. Cycle
    The ranking is calculated within the scope of a 2 Olympic Games cycle (including qualifying competitions at FIBA Zone level). Here are the number of competitions that are taken into account:
    • FIBA U19 World Championships4
    • FIBA U17 World Championships4
    • last FIBA U18 Zone Championships4
    • last FIBA U16 Zone Championships4
    The weighing of the U18 and U16 Zone Championships have been adapted to frequency of competitions (in Europe U16 and U18 is played every year). Whenever a new championship is played the oldest championship of that category drops out. The FIBA Ranking is then recalculated.
  • Ranking Youth Men after FIBA U18 European Championship (2016)
    (last updated: 22 Dec 2016)
    See how it works
    World
    rank
    Country Americas
    rank
    IOC Current points +/- Rank *
    1. USAUSA 1. USA 684.0 0
    3. CANCanada 2. CAN 334.0 0
    7. ARGArgentina 3. ARG 250.2 0
    13. BRABrazil 4. BRA 151.0 0
    18. PURPuerto Rico 5. PUR 115.8 -1
    24. MEXMexico 6. MEX 65.6 -1
    25. DOMDominican Republic 7. DOM 58.8 +4
    35. CHIChile 8. CHI 32.0 +8
    37. URUUruguay 9. URU 30.4 -6
    38. ISVVirgin Islands 10. ISV 28.8 +7
    40. VENVenezuela 11. VEN 21.6 -4
    44. BAHBahamas 12. BAH 19.2 -6
    58. COLColombia 13. COL 8.8 +1
    58. CRCCosta Rica 14. CRC 8.8 +1
    * The number next to the colored arrow indicates the number of positions the respective country has moved since the previous ranking.
    The countries not listed above have all 0 points and are therefore all positioned, with the same rank, after the last country mentioned.

    How it works

    1. Event selection and weight
    • FIBA U19 World Championships1
    • FIBA U17 World Championships1
    • FIBA Africa U18 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Africa U16 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Americas U18 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Americas U16 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Asia U18 Championships0.3
    • FIBA Asia U16 Championships0.3
    • Eurobasket U18 Championships1
    • Eurobasket U16 Championships1
    • FIBA Oceania U18 Championships0.1
    • FIBA Oceania U16 Championships0.1
    2. Competition Ranking Scoring System
    • Gold50
    • Silver40
    • Bronze30
    • 415
    • 514
    • 613
    • 712
    • 811
    • 910
    • 109
    • 118
    • 127
    • 136
    • 145
    • 154
    • 163
    • 172
    • 18 etc...1
    3. Cycle
    The ranking is calculated within the scope of a 2 Olympic Games cycle (including qualifying competitions at FIBA Zone level). Here are the number of competitions that are taken into account:
    • FIBA U19 World Championships4
    • FIBA U17 World Championships4
    • last FIBA U18 Zone Championships4
    • last FIBA U16 Zone Championships4
    The weighing of the U18 and U16 Zone Championships have been adapted to frequency of competitions (in Europe U16 and U18 is played every year). Whenever a new championship is played the oldest championship of that category drops out. The FIBA Ranking is then recalculated.
  • Ranking Youth Men after FIBA U18 European Championship (2016)
    (last updated: 22 Dec 2016)
    See how it works
    World
    rank
    Country Asia
    rank
    IOC Current points +/- Rank *
    12. CHNChina 1. CHN 170.2 0
    15. KORKorea 2. KOR 128.2 +3
    22. IRIIslamic Republic of Iran 3. IRI 70.4 +2
    27. JPNJapan 4. JPN 55.1 -1
    28. TPEChinese Taipei 5. TPE 52.3 -1
    31. PHIPhilippines 6. PHI 45.1 -3
    42. KAZKazakhstan 7. KAZ 20.5 -5
    46. INDIndia 8. IND 16.2 +6
    48. LBNLebanon 9. LBN 15.6 +6
    49. SYRSyria 10. SYR 14.7 -8
    50. MASMalaysia 11. MAS 13.5 +2
    54. BRNBahrain 12. BRN 10.8 +2
    60. JORJordan 13. JOR 8.7 -5
    62. IRQIraq 14. IRQ 7.5 0
    64. HKGHong Kong 15. HKG 7.2 -7
    64. KUWKuwait 16. KUW 7.2 -1
    67. THAThailand 17. THA 6.3 0
    71. KSAKingdom of Saudi Arabia 18. KSA 5.7 -10
    74. INAIndonesia 19. INA 5.1 -4
    78. QATQatar 20. QAT 3.9 0
    78. YEMYemen 21. YEM 3.9 0
    81. UAEUnited Arab Emirates 22. UAE 3.0 -8
    86. SGPSingapore 23. SGP 2.4 -4
    94. MGLMongolia 24. MGL 1.5 -5
    94. SRISri Lanka 25. SRI 1.5 -5
    96. BANBangladesh 26. BAN 1.2 -2
    * The number next to the colored arrow indicates the number of positions the respective country has moved since the previous ranking.
    The countries not listed above have all 0 points and are therefore all positioned, with the same rank, after the last country mentioned.

    How it works

    1. Event selection and weight
    • FIBA U19 World Championships1
    • FIBA U17 World Championships1
    • FIBA Africa U18 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Africa U16 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Americas U18 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Americas U16 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Asia U18 Championships0.3
    • FIBA Asia U16 Championships0.3
    • Eurobasket U18 Championships1
    • Eurobasket U16 Championships1
    • FIBA Oceania U18 Championships0.1
    • FIBA Oceania U16 Championships0.1
    2. Competition Ranking Scoring System
    • Gold50
    • Silver40
    • Bronze30
    • 415
    • 514
    • 613
    • 712
    • 811
    • 910
    • 109
    • 118
    • 127
    • 136
    • 145
    • 154
    • 163
    • 172
    • 18 etc...1
    3. Cycle
    The ranking is calculated within the scope of a 2 Olympic Games cycle (including qualifying competitions at FIBA Zone level). Here are the number of competitions that are taken into account:
    • FIBA U19 World Championships4
    • FIBA U17 World Championships4
    • last FIBA U18 Zone Championships4
    • last FIBA U16 Zone Championships4
    The weighing of the U18 and U16 Zone Championships have been adapted to frequency of competitions (in Europe U16 and U18 is played every year). Whenever a new championship is played the oldest championship of that category drops out. The FIBA Ranking is then recalculated.
  • Ranking Youth Men after FIBA U18 European Championship (2016)
    (last updated: 22 Dec 2016)
    See how it works
    World
    rank
    Country Europe
    rank
    IOC Current points +/- Rank *
    2. LTULithuania 1. LTU 340.0 +4
    4. TURTurkey 2. TUR 304.0 +1
    5. ESPSpain 3. ESP 303.0 +3
    6. SRBSerbia 4. SRB 283.0 -4
    8. CROCroatia 5. CRO 250.0 -4
    9. FRAFrance 6. FRA 220.0 +1
    11. GREGreece 7. GRE 194.0 -2
    14. ITAItaly 8. ITA 133.0 +1
    17. BIHBosnia and Herzegovina 9. BIH 117.0 +3
    19. LATLatvia 10. LAT 112.0 -5
    20. RUSRussia 11. RUS 100.0 -1
    21. GERGermany 12. GER 82.0 +1
    23. POLPoland 13. POL 70.0 -2
    26. FINFinland 14. FIN 57.0 +13
    34. MNEMontenegro 15. MNE 35.0 +6
    35. CZECzech Republic 16. CZE 32.0 0
    39. UKRUkraine 17. UKR 23.0 -5
    43. ENGEngland 18. ENG 20.0 -1
    51. SWESweden 19. SWE 13.0 +29
    53. SLOSlovenia 20. SLO 11.0 -6
    56. BELBelgium 21. BEL 9.0 +2
    61. ISRIsrael 22. ISR 8.0 +16
    68. ESTEstonia 23. EST 6.0 0
    77. BULBulgaria 24. BUL 4.0 -26
    81. DENDenmark 25. DEN 3.0 -16
    * The number next to the colored arrow indicates the number of positions the respective country has moved since the previous ranking.
    The countries not listed above have all 0 points and are therefore all positioned, with the same rank, after the last country mentioned.

    How it works

    1. Event selection and weight
    • FIBA U19 World Championships1
    • FIBA U17 World Championships1
    • FIBA Africa U18 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Africa U16 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Americas U18 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Americas U16 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Asia U18 Championships0.3
    • FIBA Asia U16 Championships0.3
    • Eurobasket U18 Championships1
    • Eurobasket U16 Championships1
    • FIBA Oceania U18 Championships0.1
    • FIBA Oceania U16 Championships0.1
    2. Competition Ranking Scoring System
    • Gold50
    • Silver40
    • Bronze30
    • 415
    • 514
    • 613
    • 712
    • 811
    • 910
    • 109
    • 118
    • 127
    • 136
    • 145
    • 154
    • 163
    • 172
    • 18 etc...1
    3. Cycle
    The ranking is calculated within the scope of a 2 Olympic Games cycle (including qualifying competitions at FIBA Zone level). Here are the number of competitions that are taken into account:
    • FIBA U19 World Championships4
    • FIBA U17 World Championships4
    • last FIBA U18 Zone Championships4
    • last FIBA U16 Zone Championships4
    The weighing of the U18 and U16 Zone Championships have been adapted to frequency of competitions (in Europe U16 and U18 is played every year). Whenever a new championship is played the oldest championship of that category drops out. The FIBA Ranking is then recalculated.
  • Ranking Youth Men after FIBA U18 European Championship (2016)
    (last updated: 22 Dec 2016)
    See how it works
    World
    rank
    Country Oceania
    rank
    IOC Current points +/- Rank *
    10. AUSAustralia 1. AUS 199.0 +1
    33. NZLNew Zealand 2. NZL 39.0 0
    68. CALNew Caledonia 3. CAL 6.0 +5
    71. TAHTahiti 4. TAH 5.7 +2
    75. GUMGuam 5. GUM 4.4 +16
    83. SAMSamoa 6. SAM 2.7 +10
    85. FIJFiji 7. FIJ 2.5 +9
    97. ASAAmerican Samoa 8. ASA 1.1 -1
    98. PNGPapua New Guinea 9. PNG 1.0 -1
    99. SOLSolomon Islands 10. SOL 0.9 -1
    * The number next to the colored arrow indicates the number of positions the respective country has moved since the previous ranking.
    The countries not listed above have all 0 points and are therefore all positioned, with the same rank, after the last country mentioned.

    How it works

    1. Event selection and weight
    • FIBA U19 World Championships1
    • FIBA U17 World Championships1
    • FIBA Africa U18 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Africa U16 Championships0.2
    • FIBA Americas U18 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Americas U16 Championships0.8
    • FIBA Asia U18 Championships0.3
    • FIBA Asia U16 Championships0.3
    • Eurobasket U18 Championships1
    • Eurobasket U16 Championships1
    • FIBA Oceania U18 Championships0.1
    • FIBA Oceania U16 Championships0.1
    2. Competition Ranking Scoring System
    • Gold50
    • Silver40
    • Bronze30
    • 415
    • 514
    • 613
    • 712
    • 811
    • 910
    • 109
    • 118
    • 127
    • 136
    • 145
    • 154
    • 163
    • 172
    • 18 etc...1
    3. Cycle
    The ranking is calculated within the scope of a 2 Olympic Games cycle (including qualifying competitions at FIBA Zone level). Here are the number of competitions that are taken into account:
    • FIBA U19 World Championships4
    • FIBA U17 World Championships4
    • last FIBA U18 Zone Championships4
    • last FIBA U16 Zone Championships4
    The weighing of the U18 and U16 Zone Championships have been adapted to frequency of competitions (in Europe U16 and U18 is played every year). Whenever a new championship is played the oldest championship of that category drops out. The FIBA Ranking is then recalculated.