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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2017 FIBA U20 European Championship 14 Jul. to
23 Jul.
Heraklion, Rethymnon, Chania
(GREECE)
Greece  Israel  France  Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (UKR)
2016 FIBA U20 European Championship 15 Jul. to
24 Jul.
Helsinki
(FINLAND)
Spain  Lithuania  Turkey  Lauri Markkanen (FIN)
2015 U20 European Championship Men 7 Jul. to
19 Jul.
Lignano Sabbiadoro, Latisana
(ITALY)
Serbia  Spain  Turkey  Emmanuel Lecomte (BEL)
2014 U20 European Championship Men 8 Jul. to
20 Jul.
Creta
(GREECE)
Turkey  Spain  Serbia  Aleksandar Vezenkov (BUL)
2013 U20 European Championship Men 9 Jul. to
21 Jul.
Tallinn
(ESTONIA)
Italy  Latvia  Spain  Dani Diez (ESP)
2012 U20 European Championship Men 12 Jul. to
22 Jul.
Kranjska Gora, Domzale, Ljubljana
(SLOVENIA)
Lithuania  France  Spain  Marko Mugosa (MNE)
2011 U20 European Championship Men 14 Jul. to
24 Jul.
Bilbao
(SPAIN)
Spain  Italy  France  Nikola Mirotic (ESP)
2010 U20 European Championship Men 8 Jul. to
24 Jul.
Crikvenica, Makarska, Zadar
(CROATIA)
France  Greece  Spain  Nikos Pappas (GRE)
2009 U20 European Championship Men 16 Jul. to
26 Jul.
Rhodes
(GREECE)
Greece  France  Spain  Robin Benzing (GER)
2008 U20 European Championship Men 1 Aug. to
10 Aug.
Riga
(LATVIA)
Serbia  Lithuania  Spain  Vladimir Dasic (MNE)
2007 U20 European Championship Men 6 Jul. to
15 Jul.
Nova Gorica
(SLOVENIA)
Serbia  Spain  Italy  Ronalds Zakis (LAT)
2006 U20 European Championship Men 14 Jul. to
23 Jul.
Izmir
(TURKEY)
Serbia & Montenegro  Turkey  Slovenia  Ernests Kalve (LAT)
2005 U20 European Championship Men 8 Jul. to
17 Jul.
Chekhov
(RUSSIA)
Russia  Lithuania  Serbia & Montenegro  Damir Markota (CRO)
2004 European Championship for Men U20 30 Jul. to
1 Aug.

Slovenia  Israel  Lithuania  Yotam Halperin (ISR)
2002 European Championship for Young Men 11 Jul. to
4 Aug.

Greece  Spain  France  Christos Tapoutos (GRE)
2000 European Championship for Young Men 2 Aug. to
6 Aug.

Slovenia  Israel  Spain  Boyko Mladenov (BUL)