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Eurobasket - European Basketball Championships

The European Championship, usually known as Eurobasket, is a basketball tournament played every two years between national teams of the European continent. Every second edition of the Eurobasket is also used as a qualifying tournament for the FIBA World Championships.

Year by year Eurobasket Champions:

Year/Location Golden Medal
Gold
Final score Silver Medal
Silver
Bronze Medal
Bronze
MVP
1935 Switzerland Latvia 24-18 Spain Czechoslovakia  
1937 Latvia Lithuania 24-23 Italy France  
1939 Lithuania Lithuania No Finals Latvia Poland  
1946 Switzerland Czechoslovakia 34-32 Italy Hungary  
1947 Czechoslov. U.S.S.R. 56-37 Czechoslovakia Egypt  
1949 Egypt Egypt No Finals France Greece  
1951 France U.S.S.R. 45-44 Czechoslovakia France  
1953 U.S.S.R. U.S.S.R. No Finals Hungary France  
1955 Hungary Hungary No Finals Czechoslovakia U.S.S.R.  
1957 Bulgaria U.S.S.R. No Finals Bulgaria Czechoslovakia  
1959 Turkey U.S.S.R. 83-72 Czechoslovakia France  
1961 Yugoslavia U.S.S.R. 60-53 Yugoslavia Bulgaria  
1963 Poland U.S.S.R. 60-53 Poland Yugoslavia  
1965 U.S.S.R. U.S.S.R. 58-49 Yugoslavia Poland  
1967 Finland U.S.S.R. 89-77 Czechoslovakia Poland  
1969 Italy U.S.S.R. 81-72 Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia  
1971 Germany U.S.S.R. 69-64 Yugoslavia Germany  
1973 Spain Yugoslavia 78-67 Spain U.S.S.R.  
1975 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 90-84 U.S.S.R. Italy  
1977 Belgium Yugoslavia 74-61 U.S.S.R. Czechoslovakia  
1979 Italy U.S.S.R. 98-76 Israel Yugoslavia  
1981 Czechoslov. U.S.S.R. 84-76 Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia  
1983 France Italy 105-96 Spain U.S.S.R.  
1985 Germany U.S.S.R. 120-89 Czechoslovakia Italy Arvydas Sabonis, USSR
1987 Greece Greece 103-101 (OT) U.S.S.R. Yugoslavia Nikos Galis, Greece
1989 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 98-77 Greece U.S.S.R. Dražen Petrović, Yugoslavia
1991 Italy Yugoslavia 88-73 Italy Spain
1993 Germany Germany 71-70 Russia Croatia Christian Welp, Germany
1995 Greece Yugoslavia 96-90 Lithuania Croatia Šarūnas Marčiulionis, Lithuania
1997 Spain Yugoslavia 61-49 Italy Russia  
1999 France Italy 64-56 Spain Yugoslavia Gregor Fucka, Italy
2001 Turkey Yugoslavia 78-69 Turkey Spain Predrag Stojaković, Yugoslavia
2003 Sweden Lithuania 93-84 Spain Italy Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Lithuania
2005 Serbia & Montenegro Greece 78-62 Germany France Dirk Nowitzki, Germany
2007 Spain Russia 60-59 Spain Lithuania Andrei Kirilenko - Russia

European Championships, Summary of Winners

National Team Golden Medal
Gold
Silver Medal
Silver
Bronze Medal
Bronze
Golden MedalSilver MedalBronze Medal
Total
U.S.S.R. 14 3 4 21
SFR 4of Yugoslavia 5 5 3 13
Lithuania 3 1 1 5
FR Yugoslavia
( Serbia and Montenegro)
3 - 1 4
Italy 2 4 4 10
Greece 2 1 1 4
Latvia 1 1 - 2
Egypt 1 - 1 2
Czechoslovakia 1 6 5 12
Hungary 1 1 1 3
Russia 1 1 1 3
Germany 1 1 - 2
Spain - 6 2 8
France - 1 5 6
Bulgaria - 1 1 2
Poland - 1 3 4
Israel - 1 - 1
Turkey - 1 - 1
Croatia - - 2 2
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