Home
Events
National Teams
Players
from:
to:
keywords:
We found 33 results matching EuroBasket Women
Logo of FIBA EuropeFIBA Europe
Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2011 EuroBasket Women 1 Aug. to
30 Sep.
Bydgoszcz, Katowice, Lódz
(POLAND)
Russia  Turkey  France  Dimitra Kalentzou (GRE)
2009 EuroBasket Women 7 Jun. to
20 Jun.
Latvia
(LATVIA)
France  Russia  Spain  Evanthia Maltsi (GRE)
2007 EuroBasket Women 24 Sep. to
7 Oct.
Vasto, Lanciano, Ortena, Chieti
(ITALY)
Russia  Spain  Belarus  Ann Wauters (BEL)
2005 EuroBasket Women 7 Sep. to
2 Oct.
Ankara, Bursa, Izmir
(TURKEY)
Czech Republic  Russia  Spain  Amaya Valdemoro (ESP)
2003 European Championship for Women 16 May. to
28 Sep.
Pyrgos, Amaliada, Patras
(GREECE)
Russia  Czech Republic  Spain  Lucie Blahuskova (CZE)
2001 European Championship for Women 19 May. to
23 Sep.
Orleans, Gravelines, Le Mans
(FRANCE)
France  Russia  Spain  Malgorzata Teresa Dydek (POL)
1999 European Championship for Women 21 May. to
6 Jun.
Poznan, Pruszkow, Katowice
(POLAND)
Poland  France  Russia  Malgorzata Teresa Dydek (POL)
1997 European Championship for Women 22 May. to
15 Jun.
Pécs, Zalaegerszeg, Budapest
(HUNGARY)
Lithuania  Slovak Republic  Germany  Maryna Tkachenko (UKR)
1995 European Championship for Women 14 May. to
18 Jun.
Brno
(CZECH REPUBLIC)
Ukraine  Italy  Russia  Judith Andrea Balogh (HUN)
1993 European Championship for Women 8 Jun. to
13 Jun.
Perugia
(ITALY)
Spain  France  Slovak Republic  Zsuzsanna Boksay (HUN)
1991 European Championship for Women 12 Jun. to
17 Jun.
Tel Aviv
(ISRAEL)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Hungary  Raziya Mujanovic (YUG)
1989 European Championship for Women 13 Jun. to
18 Jun.
Varna
(BULGARIA)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Bulgaria  Danira Bilic (YUG)
1987 European Championship for Women 4 Sep. to
11 Sep.
Jerez, Puerto Santa Maria, Cadiz
(SPAIN)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Hungary  Agnes Nemeth (HUN)
1985 European Championship for Women 8 Sep. to
15 Sep.
Vicenza, Treviso
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Bulgaria  Hungary  Jasmina Perazic (YUG)
1983 European Championship for Women 11 Sep. to
18 Sep.
Miskolc, Zalaegerszeg, Budapest
(HUNGARY)
Soviet Union  Bulgaria  Hungary  Jasmina Perazic (YUG)
1981 European Championship for Women 13 Sep. to
20 Sep.
Ancona, Senigallia
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Poland  Czechoslovakia  Lea Helena Hakala (FIN)
1980 European Championship for Women 19 Sep. to
28 Sep.
Maglaj, Brosanski Brod, Prijedor, Banja Luka
(YUGOSLAVIA)
Soviet Union  Poland  Yugoslavia  Zorica Djurkovic (YUG)
1978 European Championship for Women 20 May. to
30 May.
Konin, Torun, Zielóna Gora, Poznan
(POLAND)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Czechoslovakia  Lenke Kiss (HUN)
1976 European Championship for Women 20 May. to
29 May.
Moulins, Le Mont-Dore, Vichy, Clermont Ferrand
(FRANCE)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Bulgaria  Marija Veger-Demsar (YUG)
1974 European Championship for Women 23 Aug. to
3 Sep.
Sassari, Nuoro, Cagliari
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Italy  Irène Guidotti (FRA)
1972 European Championship for Women 8 Oct. to
16 Oct.
Varna, Bourgas
(BULGARIA)
Soviet Union  Bulgaria  Czechoslovakia  Adriana Bilik - Biermaier (AUT)
1970 European Championship for Women 11 Sep. to
19 Sep.
Rotterdam, Leeuwarden
(NETHERLANDS)
Soviet Union  France  Yugoslavia  Marija Veger-Demsar (YUG)
1968 European Championship for Women 5 Jul. to
15 Jul.
Catania, Ragusa, Palermo, Messina
(ITALY)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Poland  Marija Veger-Demsar (YUG)
1966 European Championship for Women 2 Oct. to
9 Oct.
Sibiu, Cluj
(ROMANIA)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  German Democratic Republic  Katalin Ratvay-Czirakine (HUN)
1964 European Championship for Women 6 Sep. to
13 Sep.
Budapest
(HUNGARY)
Soviet Union  Bulgaria  Czechoslovakia  Niza Borisova (BUL)