25–30 Jun
    2024

    All you need to know: FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries 2024

    The FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries will take place in Pristina, Kosovo.

    PRISTINA (Kosovo) - The FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries will take place in Pristina, Kosovo.

    The tournament will take place from June 25-30.

    Who is participating?

    There will be eight teams taking part in this year's competition, they have been placed into two groups of four. The Group Phase is as follows:

    Group A: Cyprus, Malta, Kosovo, Georgia Group B: Norway, Albania, Andorra, Armenia

    What is the schedule?

    The Group Phase will take place across three days with a rest day on June 28 before the competition moves onto the Semi-Finals on June 29. The Final will take place on June 30, with the final Classification games also determining each of the eight positions.

    Check out the full schedule here.

    Who were the winners in 2022?

    Hosts Cyprus secured their first trophy with a win against Malta. With the silverware already confirmed, they signed off their campaign with a perfect four wins from as many games after inking an 86-51 success against Andorra. Cyprus' Eleni Pilakouta was crowned MVP of the tournament.

    Roll of honor

    Despite their last win being in 2014, Austria possess five gold medals to their name, with Malta and Luxembourg both having eight podium finishes. This year's hosts Kosovo will look to build on a bronze medal finish in 2021.

    POSITION

    TEAM

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    TOTAL

    1.

    Austria

    5

    0

    0

    5

    2.

    Malta

    3

    0

    5

    8

    3.

    Luxembourg

    2

    3

    3

    8

    How to watch?

    All the action will be available to watch live on the FIBA YouTube channel - and can also be accessed via the respective game pages on the website.

    Want more action?

    The best way to keep up to date for all of the action is via the official tournament website as well as following NextGenHoops across social media - on X, Instagram and Facebook. FIBA

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