Home
Events
National Teams
Players
keywords:
Soviet Union
Soviet Union (URS) participated in 130 FIBA/FIBA Zone competitions
Current FIBA World Rank: No Ranking found for Soviet Union
SENIOR MEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
1990 World Championship for Men Santa Fe, Rosario, Villa Ballester, Cordoba Salta, Buenos Aires (Argentina) 2nd more
1989 European Championship for Men Final Round Zagreb (Croatia) 3rd more
1988 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men Groningen, Arnhem, s'Hertogenbosch, Amsterdam, Rotterdam (Netherlands) 1st more
1988 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Seoul (Korea) 1st more
1987 European Championship for Men Final Round Athens (Greece) 2nd more
1986 World Championship for Men Zaragoza Ferrol, Málaga Tenerife, Barcelona, Oviedo, Madrid (Spain) 2nd more
1985 European Championship for Men Final Round Karlsruhe, Leverkusen, Stuttgart (Germany) 1st more
1984 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men Le Mans, Saint Quentin, Grenoble, Orléans, Paris (France) 1st more
1983 European Championship for Men Final Round Limoges, Caen, Nantes (France) 3rd more
1982 World Championship for Men Cali, Bogota, Medellin, Bucaramanga, Cucuta (Colombia) 1st more
1981 European Championship for Men Final Round Bratislava, Havirov, Prague (Czechoslovakia) 1st more
1980 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Moscow (Soviet Union) 3rd more
1979 European Championship for Men Final Round Mestre, Siena, Gorizia, Turin (Italy) 1st more
1978 World Championship for Men Manila (Philippines) 2nd more
1977 European Championship for Men Final Round Liège, Ostend (Belgium) 2nd more
1976 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Montreal (Canada) 3rd more
1975 European Championship for Men Final Round Belgade, Split, Karlovac, Rijeka (Yugoslavia) 2nd more
1974 World Championship for Men San Juan, Caguas, Ponce (Puerto Rico) 1st more
1973 European Championship for Men Final Round Badalona, Barcelona (Spain) 3rd more
1972 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Munich (Germany) 1st more
1971 European Championship for Men Final Round Essen, Böblingen (Germany) 1st more
1970 World Championship for Men Ljubljana (Yugoslavia) 3rd more
1969 European Championship for Men Final Round Naples, Caserta (Italy) 1st more
1968 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Mexico City (Mexico) 3rd more
1967 European Championship for Men Final Round Helsinki, Tampere (Finland) 1st more
1967 World Championship for Men Montevideo (Uruguay) 1st more
1965 European Championship for Men Final Round Moscow, Tbilisi (Soviet Union) 1st more
1964 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Tokyo (Japan) 2nd more
1963 European Championship for Men Final Round Wroclaw (Poland) 1st more
1963 World Championship for Men Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) 3rd more
1961 European Championship for Men Final Round Belgrade (Yugoslavia) 1st more
1960 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Rome (Italy) 2nd more
1959 European Championship for Men Final Round Istanbul (Turkey) 1st more
1959 World Championship for Men Santiago de Chile (Chile) 6th more
1957 European Championship for Men Final Round Sofia (Bulgaria) 1st more
1956 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Melbourne (Australia) 2nd more
1955 European Championship for Men Final Round Budapest (Hungary) 3rd more
1953 European Championship for Men Final Round Moscow (Russia) 1st more
1952 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Helsinki (Finland) 2nd more
1951 European Championship for Men Final Round Paris (France) 1st more
1947 European Championship for Men Final Round Prague (Czechoslovakia) 1st more
SENIOR WOMEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
1991 European Championship for Women Final Round Tel Aviv (Israel) 1st more
1990 World Championship for Women Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) 5th more
1989 European Championship for Women Final Round Varna (Bulgaria) 1st more
1988 Olympic Games : Tournament for Women Seoul (Korea) 3rd more
1988 World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women n/a 1st more
1987 European Championship for Women Final Round Jerez, Puerto Santa Maria, Cadiz (Spain) 1st more
1986 World Championship for Women Vilnius, Minsk, Moscow (Soviet Union) 2nd more
1985 European Championship for Women Final Round Vicenza, Treviso (Italy) 1st more
1983 European Championship for Women Final Round Miskolc, Zalaegerszeg, Budapest (Hungary) 1st more
1983 World Championship for Women Sao Paula, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre (Brazil) 1st more
1981 European Championship for Women Final Round Ancona, Senigallia (Italy) 1st more
1980 European Championship for Women Final Round Maglaj, Brosanski Brod, Prijedor, Banja Luka (Yugoslavia) 1st more
1980 Olympic Games : Tournament for Women Moscow (Soviet Union) 1st more
1978 European Championship for Women Final Round Konin, Torun, Zielóna Gora, Poznan (Poland) 1st more
1976 European Championship for Women Final Round Moulins, Le Mont-Dore, Vichy, Clermont Ferrand (France) 1st more
1976 Olympic Games : Tournament for Women Montreal (Canada) 1st more
1975 World Championship for Women Cali, Bogotà, Bucaramanga (Colombia) 1st more
1974 European Championship for Women Final Round Sassari, Nuoro, Cagliari (Italy) 1st more
1972 European Championship for Women Final Round Varna, Bourgas (Bulgaria) 1st more
1971 World Championship for Women Sao Paula (Brazil) 1st more
1970 European Championship for Women Final Round Rotterdam, Leeuwarden (Netherlands) 1st more
1968 European Championship for Women Final Round Catania, Ragusa, Palermo, Messina (Italy) 1st more
1967 World Championship for Women Prague (Czechoslovakia) 1st more
1966 European Championship for Women Final Round Sibiu, Cluj (Romania) 1st more
1964 European Championship for Women Final Round Budapest (Hungary) 1st more
1964 World Championship for Women Lima (Peru) 1st more
1962 European Championship for Women Final Round Mulhouse (France) 1st more
1960 European Championship for Women Final Round Sofia (Bulgaria) 1st more
1959 World Championship for Women Moscow (Soviet Union) 1st more
1958 European Championship for Women Final Round Lodz (Poland) 2nd more
1957 World Championship for Women Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) 2nd more
1956 European Championship for Women Final Round Prague (Czechoslovakia) 1st more
1954 European Championship for Women Final Round Belgrade (Yugoslavia) 1st more
1952 European Championship for Women Final Round Moscow (Soviet Union) 1st more
1950 European Championship for Women Final Round Budapest (Hungary) 1st more
JUNIOR MEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
1991 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Kastoria, Kamotini, Thessaloniki (Greece) 5th more
1991 World Championship for Junior Men Edmonton (Canada) 9th more
1990 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Groningen, Emmen (Netherlands) 2nd more
1989 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Guadalajara, Tarancon, Cuenca (Spain) 5th more
1988 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Titov Vrbas, Srbobran (Yugoslavia) 5th more
1987 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Székesfehérvár, Kaposvár (Hungary) 3rd more
1987 World Championship for Junior Men Bormio (Italy) 7th more
1986 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Vöcklabruck, Gmunden (Austria) 2nd more
1985 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Roussé (Bulgaria) 5th more
1984 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Huskvarna, Katrineholm (Sweden) 1st more
1983 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Tübingen, Ludwigsburg (Germany) 6th more
1983 World Championship for Junior Men Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Mahon, Lllucmayor (Spain) 2nd more
1982 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Dimitrovgrad, Haskovo (Bulgaria) 1st more
1981 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Thessaloniki, Katerini (Greece) 1st more
1980 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Celje (Yugoslavia) 1st more
1979 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Damas (Syria) 5th more
1979 World Championship for Junior Men Sao Paulo, Presidente Prudente, Sao Bernardo, Salvador (Brazil) 5th more
1978 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Roseto degli Abruzzi, Teramo (Italy) 1st more
1977 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Touquet de Berck (France) 3rd more
1976 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Santiago de Compostela (Spain) 2nd more
1975 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Athens, Thessaloniki (Greece) 1st more
1974 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Oeléans de Gyen (France) 5th more
1973 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Summonte, Angri (Italy) 1st more
1972 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Zadar (Yugoslavia) 3rd more
1971 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Gorizia (Italy) 3rd more
1970 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Athens (Greece) 1st more
1968 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Vigo (Spain) 1st more
1966 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Porto San Giorgio (Italy) 1st more
1964 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Naples (Italy) 1st more
JUNIOR WOMEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
1991 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Estarreja, Travasso, Anadia (Portugal) 1st more
1990 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Alcala de Henares (Spain) 1st more
1989 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Timisoara (Romania) 3rd more
1989 World Championship for Junior Women Bilbao (Spain) 1st more
1988 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Veliko, Trnovo (Bulgaria) 1st more
1987 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Gorzow Wielkopolski (Poland) 1st more
1986 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Perugia, Gualdo Tadino (Italy) 1st more
1985 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Tuzla (Yugoslavia) 1st more
1985 World Championship for Junior Women Colorado Springs (USA) 1st more
1984 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Perugia, Marsciano (Italy) 1st more
1984 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Toledo (Spain) 2nd more
1983 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Pescara, Vasto (Italy) 2nd more
1982 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Forssa, Uusikaupunki (Finland) 1st more
1981 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Eger, Kecskemét (Hungary) 1st more
1980 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Zalaegerszeg, Pécs (Hungary) 1st more
1979 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Capo d'Orlando, Piazza Armerina, Catania, Palermo, Messina (Italy) 1st more
1978 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Cuenca (Spain) 1st more
1977 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Haskovo, Dimitrovgrad (Bulgaria) 1st more
1976 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Szecsin (Poland) 1st more
1975 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Vigo (Spain) 3rd more
1973 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round San Remo, Loano (Italy) 1st more
1971 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Backa Topola, Subotica (Yugoslavia) 1st more
1969 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Köln, Lünen, Essen, Hohenlimburg, Hagen (Germany) 1st more
1967 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Nuoro, Sassari, Cagliari (Italy) 1st more
1965 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Kjustendil, Lom, Botevgrad, Sofia (Bulgaria) 1st more