FIBA European Championship for Small Countries

The FIBA European Championship for Small Countries is the lowest-ranked tier of the biannual FIBA EuroBasket competition, organized by FIBA Europe.

History

This championship was first introduced in 1988, as the Promotion Cup, the competition organized for the lowest ranked European national basketball teams. Since then, the competition has been held biannually. In 2007, the Promotion Cup was officially renamed EuroBasket Division C. In 2011, after the divisional system for the FIBA EuroBasket was abolished, the FIBA EuroBasket Division C was renamed to FIBA European Championship for Small Countries.[1]

Results

Year Host Final match Third place match
First place Score Second place Third place Score Fourth place
1988
details
 Malta
Iceland
86–69
Ireland

Cyprus
73–68
Luxembourg
1990
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 Wales (Cardiff)
Iceland
101–93
Cyprus

Luxembourg
75–70
Ireland
1992
details
 Cyprus (Nicosia)
Austria
70–68
Luxembourg

Cyprus
86–85
Ireland
1994
details
 Ireland (Dublin)
Ireland
81–78
Cyprus

Iceland
95–87
Luxembourg
1996
details
 San Marino
Austria
54–52
Norway

San Marino
85–70
Wales
1998
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 Gibraltar
Andorra
Group tournament
Wales

San Marino
Group tournament
Gibraltar
2000
details
 Andorra
Andorra
Group tournament
San Marino

Scotland
Group tournament
Wales
2002
details
 Malta (Ta' Qali)
San Marino
82–70
Wales

Scotland
94–80
Andorra
2004
details
 Andorra
Andorra
95–83
Luxembourg

Scotland
101–78
Azerbaijan
2006
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 Albania (Durrës)
Azerbaijan
66–57
Albania

Andorra
94–85
Moldova
2008
details
 Scotland (Edinburgh)
Azerbaijan
80–78
Moldova

Scotland
90–76
Andorra
2010
details
 Malta (Valletta)
Denmark
87–69
Andorra

Malta
85–77
Moldova
2012
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 San Marino
Andorra
74–72
Moldova

Malta
96–57
San Marino
2014
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 Gibraltar
Andorra
66–63
Malta

Scotland
67–55
San Marino
2016
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 Moldova (Ciorescu)
Armenia
79–71
Andorra

San Marino
60–53
Ireland
2018
details
 San Marino
Malta
75–59
Norway

Ireland
86–66
Gibraltar
2020
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 Ireland (Limerick)

Performance

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Andorra5218
2 Iceland2013
3 Austria2002
 Azerbaijan2002
5 San Marino1135
6 Malta1124
7 Ireland1113
8 Armenia1001
 Denmark1001
10 Cyprus0224
11 Luxembourg0213
12 Moldova0202
 Norway0202
 Wales0202
15 Albania0101
16 Scotland0055
Totals (16 nations)16161648

Participation details

Team
1988

1990

1992

1994

1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020
Total
 Albania6th5th2nd3
 Andorra8th6th1st1st4th1st3rd4th2nd1st1st2nd5thQ14
 Armenia1stQ2
 Austria1st1st2
 Azerbaijan4th1st1stQ4
 Cyprus3rd2nd3rd2nd4
 Denmark1st1
 Gibraltar7th5th7th7th8th4th6th8th7th7th6th7th7th6th8th4thQ17
 Iceland1st1st3rd3
 Ireland2nd4th4th1st4th3rdQ7
 Luxembourg4th3rd2nd4th2nd5
 Malta6th7th6th6th7th5th5th7th9th8th7th3rd3rd2nd6th1stQ17
 Moldova5th4th2nd4th2nd5th7th7
 Norway2nd2nd2
 San Marino5th6th5th3rd3rd2nd1st6th5th5th8th4th4th3rd6thQ16
 Scotland5th3rd3rd3rd3rd6th6th3rd8
 Wales8th8th8th5th4th2nd4th2nd8th6th8th5th5th5th7th15

See also

References

  1. Small Countries commission in San Marino FIBA Europe. July 20, 2011
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