2009 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women Division B

The 2009 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women Division B was the fifth edition of the Division B of the Women's European basketball championship for national under-20 teams. It was held in Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, from 6 to 15 July 2009.[1][2] The Netherlands women's national under-20 basketball team won the tournament.

2009 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women
Division B
Tournament details
Host countryRepublic of Macedonia
CityOhrid
Dates6–15 July 2009
Teams11 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Netherlands (1st title)
Runners-up Romania
Third place Belgium
Official website
www.fibaeurope.com
2008
2010

Participating teams edit

First round edit

In the first round, the teams were drawn into two groups. The first four teams from each group advance to the quarterfinals, the other teams will play in the classification round for 9th to 11th place.

Group A edit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Belgium 5 5 0 359 298 +61 10 Quarterfinals
2   Hungary 5 4 1 334 272 +62 9
3   Greece 5 2 3 282 300 −18 7
4   Portugal 5 2 3 280 286 −6 7
5   Great Britain 5 2 3 289 294 −5 7 Classification round for 9th–11th place
6   Austria 5 0 5 233 327 −94 5
Source: FIBA Archive
6 July 2009
Portugal   71–46   Austria
6 July 2009
Greece   71–59   Great Britain
6 July 2009
Hungary   68–74   Belgium
7 July 2009
Austria   41–44   Greece
7 July 2009
Belgium   64–56   Portugal
7 July 2009
Great Britain   47–63   Hungary
8 July 2009
Belgium   80–48   Austria
8 July 2009
Hungary   66–53   Greece
8 July 2009
Portugal   47–53   Great Britain
10 July 2009
Austria   52–68   Hungary
10 July 2009
Great Britain   66–67   Belgium
10 July 2009
Greece   54–60   Portugal
11 July 2009
Great Britain   64–46   Austria
11 July 2009
Portugal   46–69   Hungary
11 July 2009
Belgium   74–60   Greece

Group B edit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Slovakia 4 4 0 346 288 +58 8 Quarterfinals
2   Romania 4 3 1 324 281 +43 7
3   Netherlands 4 2 2 324 271 +53 6
4   Israel 4 1 3 296 333 −37 5
5   Macedonia 4 0 4 227 344 −117 4 Classification round for 9th–11th place
Source: FIBA Archive
6 July 2009
Netherlands   63–79   Romania
6 July 2009
Israel   83–94   Slovakia
7 July 2009
Macedonia   60–76   Israel
7 July 2009
Slovakia   88–78   Netherlands
8 July 2009
Romania   72–73   Slovakia
8 July 2009
Netherlands   84–36   Macedonia
10 July 2009
Israel   68–99   Netherlands
10 July 2009
Macedonia   76–93   Romania
11 July 2009
Slovakia   91–55   Macedonia
11 July 2009
Romania   80–69   Israel

Classification round for 9th–11th place edit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
9   Great Britain 2 2 0 149 103 +46 4
10   Austria 2 1 1 114 126 −12 3
11   Macedonia 2 0 2 119 153 −34 2
Source: FIBA Archive
13 July 2009
Austria   68–62   Macedonia
14 July 2009
Macedonia   57–85   Great Britain

Championship playoffs edit

Fifth placeConsolation semifinalsQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
A1  Belgium85
B4  Israel73
B4  Israel71A1  Belgium67
A3  Greece73B2  Romania81
B2  Romania64
A3  Greece56
A3  Greece47B2  Romania53
A4  Portugal42B3  Netherlands59
B1  Slovakia58
A4  Portugal48
Seventh placeA4  Portugal57B1  Slovakia66Third place
A2  Hungary56B3  Netherlands75
B4  Israel64A2  Hungary63A1  Belgium94
A2  Hungary83B3  Netherlands74B1  Slovakia81

Quarterfinals edit

13 July 2009
Belgium   85–73   Israel
13 July 2009
Hungary   63–74   Netherlands
13 July 2009
Slovakia   58–48   Portugal
13 July 2009
Romania   64–56   Greece

5th–8th place playoffs edit

14 July 2009
Israel   71–73   Greece
14 July 2009
Portugal   57–56   Hungary

Semifinals edit

14 July 2009
Belgium   67–81   Romania
14 July 2009
Slovakia   66–75   Netherlands

7th place match edit

15 July 2009
Israel   64–83   Hungary

5th place match edit

15 July 2009
Greece   47–42   Portugal

3rd place match edit

15 July 2009
Belgium   94–81   Slovakia

Final edit

15 July 2009
Romania   53–59   Netherlands

Final standings edit

Team promoted to the 2010 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women Division A
Rank Team
    Netherlands
    Romania
    Belgium
4   Slovakia
5   Greece
6   Portugal
7   Hungary
8   Israel
9   Great Britain
10   Austria
11   Macedonia

References edit