Spanish Basketball Federation

The Spanish Basketball Federation (Spanish: Federación Española de Baloncesto, FEB) is the governing body of basketball in Spain. It is headquartered in Madrid.

Spanish Basketball Federation
SportBasketball
JurisdictionSpain
Founded1923
AffiliationFIBA
Affiliation date1934
Regional affiliationFIBA Europe
HeadquartersMadrid
PresidentJorge Garbajosa
Men's coachSergio Scariolo
Women's coachLucas Mondelo
Official website
www.feb.es

They organize the LEB Oro, the LEB Plata and the Liga EBA. They also administer the Primera División with the assistance of the regional basketball federations.[1]

It is also responsible for appointing the management of the Spain national basketball team (men's), women's and youth national basketball teams. As of May 2019, the federation has 3,619 registered clubs and 354,328 federated basketball players, being the second biggest federation after the Football Federation.[2]

Competitions

The FEB also organizes several competitions:

Honours

Senior National Teams

Youth national teams

All-time participation table

Combined table of men's and women's basketball teams, both senior and youth teams. Not included two discontinued competitions: Men's U-21 World Championship (three participations in four editions) and Women's U-21 World Championship for Women (one participation in two editions). Not included either, Mediterranean Games.

Men's national teams Women's national teams
Europe U-16 World U-17 Europe U-18 World U-19 Europe U-20 Euro
Basket
World Cup Olympics Olympics World Cup Euro
Basket
Europe U-20 World U-19 Europe U-18 World U-17 Europe U-16
2020 Q Q Q Q Q 2020 tbd Q Q Q Q 2020
2019 DNQ 2019 5th 5th 2019
2018 DNQ 9th 7th 2018 6th 2018
2017 8th 4th 4th 2017 8th 6th 5th 2017
2016 4th 5th 2016 6th 2016
2015 4th 7th 8th 2015 4th 4th 2015
2014 4th 5th 5th 2014 2014
2013 5th 2013 4th 2013
2012 7th 4th 5th 2012 DNQ 5th 2012
2011 DNQ 2011 9th 2011
2010 4th 10th 11th 6th 2010 8th 4th 2010
2009 5th 10th 2009 2009
2008 6th 5th 2008 5th 4th 5th 2008
2007 5th 8th 2007 4th 2007
2006 11th 2006 8th 4th 2006
2005 4th 9th 4th 2005 8th 5th 2005
2004 7th 11th 7th 2004 6th 9th 2004
2003 4th DNQ 2003 4th 2003
2002 9th 5th 2002 5th 5th 5th 2002
2001 2001 DNQ 7th 2001
2000 11th 9th 2000 DNQ 5th 6th 2000
1999 8th 1999 DNQ 1999
1998 4th 5th 1998 5th 1998
1997 6th 5th 1997 5th 8th 5th 1997
1996 9th DNQ 1996 DNQ 4th 1996
1995 6th 1995 9th 4th 1995
1994 10th 1994 8th 1994
1993 5th 1993 DNQ 1993
1992 6th 6th 9th 1992 5th 5th 1992
1991 6th 1991 DNQ 9th 1991
1990 10th 1990 DNQ 1990
1989 6th 5th 1989 DNQ 5th 4th 1989
1988 6th 8th 1988 DNQ 6th 1988
1987 4th DNQ 4th 1987 6th 9th 1987
1986 5th 5th 1986 DNQ 12th 1986
1985 4th 1985 10th 7th 9th 1985
1984 4th 1984 DNQ 4th 7th 1984
1983 4th 1983 DNQ 11th 8th 1983
1982 6th 4th 1982 8th 1982
1981 9th 4th 1981 DNQ 9th 1981
1980 4th 4th 1980 DNQ 10th 10th 1980
1979 DNQ 6th 1979 DNQ DNQ 1979
1978 DNQ 1978 11th 11th 1978
1977 5th 9th 1977 11th 1977
1976 DNQ 1976 DNQ 10th 10th 1976
1975 5th 4th 1975 DNQ 6th 1975
1974 5th 1974 12th 1974
1973 1973 8th 1973
1972 7th 11th 1972 DNQ 1972
1971 4th 7th 1971 DNQ DNQ 1971
1970 5th DNQ 1970 DNQ 1970
1969 5th 1969 DNQ 1969
1968 5th 7th 1968 DNQ 1968
1967 6th DNQ 1967 DNQ DNQ 1967
1966 6th 1966 DNQ 1966
1965 11th 1965 DNQ 1965
1964 8th DNQ 1964 DNQ DNQ 1964
1963 7th DNQ 1963 1963
1962 1962 DNQ 1962
1961 13th 1961 1961
1960 11th 1960 DNQ 1960
1959 15th DNQ 1959 DNQ 1959
1958 1958 DNQ 1958
1957 DNQ 1957 DNQ 1957
1956 DNQ 1956 DNQ 1956
1955 DNQ 1955 1955
1954 DNQ 1954 DNQ 1954
1953 DNQ 1953 DNQ 1953
1952 DNQ 1952 DNQ 1952
1951 DNQ 1951 1951
1950 9th 1950 DNQ 1950
1949 DNQ 1949 1949
1948 DNQ 1948 1948
1947 DNQ 1947 1947
1946 DNQ 1946 1946
1939 DNE 1939 1939
1938 1938 DNE 1938
1937 DNE 1937 1937
1936 WITHDREW 1936 1936
1935 1935 1935

All-time medallists

Combined table of men's and women's medal winners, with both senior and youth teams, also including medals won in the 3x3 format, as recognized by the Spanish Basketball Federation:[3]

  • Bold denotes players still playing international basketball.
Player Medals Details
Laura Gil 16
Pau Gasol 14
Laura Nicholls 14
Extended content
Laia Palau 13
Felipe Reyes 13
Alba Torrens 13
Extended content
Juan Carlos Navarro 12
Marta Xargay 12
Extended content
Silvia Domínguez 11
Rudy Fernández 11
Leticia Romero 11
José Calderón 10
Marc Gasol 10
Lucila Pascua 10
Queralt Casas 9
Víctor Claver 9
Anna Cruz 9
Sergio Llull 9
Ricky Rubio 9
Laura Quevedo 9
Elisa Aguilar 8
Yurena Díaz 8
Extended content
Carlos Jiménez 8
Astou Ndour 8
Amaya Valdemoro 8

See also

References

  1. "Spain FIBA Europe". eurobasket.com. Retrieved 2019-06-22.
  2. "ANUARIO DE ESTADÍSTICAS DEPORTIVAS 2019" [Yearbook of Sports Statistics 2019] (PDF). www.culturaydeporte.gob.es (in Spanish). Ministry of Culture and Sport. May 2019. pp. 112 and 122.
  3. http://www.feb.es/Documentos/Archivo/Upload/MEDALLAS2017.pdf


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