EuroBasket 2015

EuroBasket 2015

Tournament details
Host nation Croatia
France
Germany
Latvia
Dates 5–20 September
Teams 24 (from 37 federations)
Venues 5 (in 5 host cities)

Venues

  • Lille
  • Montpellier
  • Zagreb
  • Berlin
  • Riga
City Arena Capacity Status
Lille Stade Pierre-Mauroy 27, 500  Opened 17 August 2012
Montpellier Park&Suites Arena 10,700 Opened September 8, 2010
Zagreb Arena Zagreb 16,500 Opened December 27, 2008
Berlin O2 World 14,500 Opened in 2008
Riga Arena Riga 12,500 Opened in February 2006

EuroBasket 2013

Host Nation: Ukraine

Teams: 24 (from 37 federations)

Venues: 7 (in 6 host cities)

Dates: 2013

Team Qualification Last Appearance
Ukraine Host Nation & 6th place of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013
Spain Host Nation of 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup & 3rd place of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013
Estonia Winner of 1st round FIBA EuroBasket 2015 qualification 2001
France Winner of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013
Slovenia 5th place of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013
Croatia 4th place of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013
Lithuania Runner-up of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013
Serbia 7th place of FIBA EuroBasket 2013 2013

Venues

Proposed venues

  • Arena Kyiv
  • Kalmius Arena
  • Arena Lviv
  • Arena Odesa
  • Arena Kharkiv
  • Arena Dnipropetrovsk

 

Host nation Slovenia
Dates 4 – 22 September
Teams 24 (from 51 federations)
Venues 5 (in 4 host cities)

Venues

City Arena Capacity Status Round
Ljubljana Arena Stožice 12,500 Opened in 2010 Second and knockout stages
Jesenice Podmežakla Hall 5,500 Under reconstruction Preliminary stage
Koper Bonifika Hall 5,000 / Preliminary stage
Ljubljana Tivoli Hall 5,500 Opened in 1965 Preliminary stage
Celje Zlatorog Arena 5,500 Opened in 2003 Preliminary stage

Qualified Teams

Competition Date Vacancies Qualified
Host Nation 5 December 2010 1 Slovenia
Participants of 2012 Olympics and
of the 2012 Olympic Qualifying Tournament
28 July – 12 August 2012
2 July – 8 July 2012
7 France
Great Britain
Greece
Lithuania
Macedonia
Russia
Spain
Qualified through FIBA Eurobasket
2013 qualification
14 August – 11 September 2012 16 Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Czech Republic
Finland
Georgia
Germany
Israel
Italy
Latvia
Montenegro
Poland
Serbia
Sweden
Turkey
Ukraine

EuroBasket Past Winners

Year Host Gold Medal Game Bronze Medal Game
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth place
1935 Switzerland
Latvia
24–18
Spain

Czechoslovakia
25–23
Switzerland
1937 Latvia (Riga)
Lithuania
24–23
Italy

France
27–24
Poland
1939 Lithuania
Lithuania
 
Latvia

Poland
 
France
1946 Switzerland
Czechoslovakia
34–32
Italy

Hungary
38–32
France
1947 Czechoslovakia Soviet Union 56–37
Czechoslovakia

Egypt
50–48
Belgium
1949 Egypt
Egypt
57–36
France

Greece
 
Turkey
1951 Franc
Soviet Union
45–44
Czechoslovakia

France
55–52
Bulgaria
1953 USSR
Soviet Union
 
Hungary

France
 
Czechoslovakia
1955 Hungary
Hungary
 
Czechoslovakia

Soviet Union
 
Bulgaria
1957 Bulgaria
Soviet Union
 
Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia
 
Hungary
1959 Turkey
Soviet Union
83–72
Czechoslovakia

France
62–60
Hungary
1961 Yugoslavia
Soviet Union
60–53
Yugoslavia

Bulgaria
55–46
France
1963 Poland
Soviet Union
61–45
Poland

Yugoslavia
89–61
Hungary
1965 Soviet Union
Soviet Union
58–49
Yugoslavia

Poland
86–70
Italy
1967 Finland
Soviet Union
89–77
Czechoslovakia

Poland
80–76
Bulgaria
1969 Italy
Soviet Union
81–72
Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia
77–75
Poland
1971 West Germany
Soviet Union
69–64
Yugoslavia

Italy
85–67
Poland
1973 Spain
Yugoslavia
78–67
Spain

Soviet Union
90–58
Czechoslovakia
1975 Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
 
Soviet Union

Italy
 
Spain
1977 Belgium
Yugoslavia
74–61
Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia
91–81
Italy
1979 Italy
Soviet Union
98–76
Israel

Yugoslavia
99–92
Czechoslovakia
1981 Czechoslovakia
Soviet Union
84–76
Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia
101–90
Spain
1983 France (Nantes)
Italy
105–96
Spain

Soviet Union
105–70
Netherlands
1985 West Germany
Soviet Union
120–89
Czechoslovakia

Italy
102–90
Spain
1987 Greece
Greece
103–101
overtime

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia
98–87
Spain
1989 Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
98–77
Greece

Soviet Union
104–76
Italy
1991 Italy
Yugoslavia
88–73
Italy

Spain
101–83
France
1993 Germany
Germany
71–70
Russia

Croatia
99–59
Greece
1995 Greece
Yugoslavia
96–90
Lithuania

Croatia
73–68
Greece
1997 Spain
Yugoslavia
61–49
Italy

Russia
97–77
Greece
1999 France
Italy
64–56
Spain
Yugslavia 74–62
France
2001 Turkey
Yugoslavia
78–69
Turkey

Spain
99–90
Germny
2003 Sweden
Lithuania
93–84
Spain

Italy
69–67
France
2005 Serbia and Montenegro
Greece
78–62
Germany

France
98–68
Spain
2007 Spain
Russia
60–59
Spain

Lithuania
78–69
Greece
2009 Poland
Spain
85–63
Serbia

Greece
57–56
Slovenia
2011 Lithuania
Spain
98–85
France

Russia
72–68
Macedonia
2013 Slovenia
France
80–66
Lithuania

Spain
92–66
Croatia
2015 Ukraine