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2016 FIBA U16 Women's European Championship

The 2016 FIBA U16 Women's European Championship was the 28th edition of the Women's European basketball championship for national under-16 teams.

2016 EuroBasket Under-16 for Women
28th FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nationItaly
Dates6 – 14 August 2016
Teams16
Champions Spain
(10th title)
MVPGermany Luisa Geiselsoder
Official website
2015
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Spain won their 10th championship title by beating Germany in the final, 64–48.[1]

Participating teamsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

In this round, the 16 teams are allocated in four groups of four teams each. All teams advance to the playoff round of 16.[2]

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Germany 3 3 0 197 154 +43 6
2   Spain 3 2 1 165 127 +38 5
3   Hungary 3 1 2 168 179 −11 4
4   Portugal 3 0 3 127 197 −70 3
Source: FIBA.com
6 August 2016
Portugal   51–72   Germany
6 August 2016
Spain   59–46   Hungary

7 August 2016
Hungary   59–48   Portugal
7 August 2016
Germany   53–40   Spain

9 August 2016
Hungary   63–72   Germany
9 August 2016
Portugal   28–66   Spain

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Italy 3 3 0 215 160 +55 6
2   Lithuania 3 2 1 232 215 +17 5
3   Russia 3 1 2 185 199 −14 4
4   Turkey 3 0 3 161 219 −58 3
Source: FIBA.com
6 August 2016
Turkey   60–77   Lithuania
6 August 2016
Russia   43–60   Italy

7 August 2016
Lithuania   85–75   Russia
7 August 2016
Italy   75–47   Turkey

9 August 2016
Turkey   54–67   Russia
9 August 2016
Italy   80–70   Lithuania

Group CEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Czech Republic 3 3 0 215 154 +61 6
2   Belarus 3 2 1 199 209 −10 5
3   Latvia 3 1 2 171 180 −9 4
4   Serbia 3 0 3 198 240 −42 3
Source: FIBA.com
6 August 2016
Serbia   74–92   Belarus
6 August 2016
Czech Republic   58–45   Latvia

7 August 2016
Belarus   46–79   Czech Republic
7 August 2016
Latvia   70–61   Serbia

9 August 2016
Latvia   56–61   Belarus
9 August 2016
Serbia   63–78   Czech Republic

Group DEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   France 3 3 0 199 105 +94 6
2   Croatia 3 2 1 155 141 +14 5
3   Sweden 3 1 2 138 151 −13 4
4   Slovakia 3 0 3 96 191 −95 3
Source: FIBA.com
6 August 2016
France   51–44   Croatia
6 August 2016
Slovakia   27–56   Sweden

7 August 2016
Croatia   58–40   Slovakia
7 August 2016
Sweden   32–71   France

9 August 2016
Croatia   53–50   Sweden
9 August 2016
Slovakia   29–77   France

Knockout stageEdit

BracketEdit

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
10 Aug
 
 
  Germany63
 
12 Aug
 
  Turkey43
 
  Germany69
 
10 Aug
 
  Belarus53
 
  Belarus62
 
13 Aug
 
  Sweden56
 
  Germany44
 
10 Aug
 
  France43
 
  Lithuania74
 
12 Aug
 
  Hungary72
 
  Lithuania36
 
10 Aug
 
  France76
 
  France85
 
14 Aug
 
  Serbia50
 
  Germany48
 
10 Aug
 
  Spain64
 
  Spain48
 
12 Aug
 
  Russia47
 
  Spain63
 
10 Aug
 
  Czech Republic51
 
  Czech Republic65
 
13 Aug
 
  Slovakia47
 
  Spain57
 
10 Aug
 
  Italy49 Third place
 
  Italy60
 
12 Aug14 Aug
 
  Portugal51
 
  Italy50  France68
 
10 Aug
 
  Croatia45   Italy50
 
  Croatia53
 
 
  Latvia49
 

5–8th place bracketEdit

 
5th–8th place semifinalsFifth place
 
      
 
13 Aug
 
 
  Belarus68
 
14 Aug
 
  Lithuania71
 
  Lithuania51
 
13 Aug
 
  Croatia54
 
  Czech Republic41
 
 
  Croatia50
 
Seventh place
 
 
14 Aug
 
 
  Belarus58
 
 
  Czech Republic84

9–16th place bracketEdit

  13th place game
(14 Aug)
13th-16th place semifinals
(13 Aug)
9th-16th place quarterfinals
(12 Aug)
9th-12th place semifinals
(13 Aug)
9th place game
(14 Aug)
                                               
         Turkey  66  
         Sweden  53  
       Sweden  51            Turkey  63  
       Serbia  79            Hungary  56  
       Hungary  68
         Serbia  59  
       Serbia  77            Turkey  60
       Portugal  74            Latvia  56
         Russia  72  
           Slovakia  60  
     Slovakia  51            Russia  65
  15th place game
(14 Aug)
         Portugal  88            Latvia  68     11th place game
(14 Aug)
       Sweden  73        Portugal  32        Hungary  56
       Slovakia  49          Latvia  58          Russia  63

Final rankingEdit

Team relegated to 2017 Division B.
Rank Team Record
    Spain 6–1
    Germany 6–1
    France 6–1
4   Italy 5–2
5   Croatia 5–2
6   Lithuania 4–3
7   Czech Republic 5–2
8   Belarus 3–4
9   Turkey 3–4
10   Latvia 3–4
11   Russia 3–4
12   Hungary 2–5
13   Serbia 2–5
14   Portugal 1–6
15   Sweden 2–5
16   Slovakia 0–7

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Spain claim fourth title in six years". FIBA.com. 15 August 2016. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
  2. ^ Competition system