2018 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship

The 2018 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship was the 17th edition of the Women's U-20 European basketball championship. 16 teams participated in the competition, which was played in Sopron, Hungary, from 7 to 15 July 2018.[1]

2018 EuroBasket Under-20
for Women
17th FIBA European Under-20 Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host country Hungary
Dates7 – 15 July 2018
Teams16
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Spain (8th title)
Tournament statistics
MVPSpain Iris Junio
Top scorerGermany Sabally (20.7)
Top reboundsGermany Sabally (10.0)
Top assistsHungary Studer (6.7)
Official website
www.fiba.basketball
2017
2019

Venues

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Sopron
Novomatic Arena Sopron
Capacity: 2,000

Participating teams

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Preliminary round

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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 A

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Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Russia 3 2 1 218 214 +4 5
2   Serbia 3 2 1 206 204 +2 5
3   Germany 3 1 2 213 208 +5 4
4   Slovenia 3 1 2 214 225 −11 4
Source: FIBA

7 July
Germany   67–72   Russia
7 July
Slovenia   65–72   Serbia
8 July
Germany   64–71   Serbia
8 July
Russia   71–84   Slovenia
9 July
Slovenia   65–82   Germany
9 July
Russia   75–63   Serbia

Group B

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Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Italy 3 3 0 200 148 +52 6
2   France 3 2 1 208 154 +54 5
3   Slovakia 3 1 2 146 188 −42 4
4   Sweden 3 0 3 146 210 −64 3
Source: FIBA

7 July
Italy   58–34   Slovakia
7 July
Sweden   36–74   France
8 July
Slovakia   70–65   Sweden
8 July
France   69–76   Italy
9 July
Sweden   45–66   Italy
9 July
France   65–42   Slovakia

Group C

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Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Hungary 3 3 0 208 138 +70 6
2   Latvia 3 2 1 192 188 +4 5
3   Poland 3 1 2 185 210 −25 4
4   Croatia 3 0 3 195 244 −49 3
Source: FIBA

7 July
Poland   62–70   Latvia
7 July
Hungary   86–51   Croatia
8 July
Croatia   84–87   Poland
8 July
Latvia   51–66   Hungary
9 July
Latvia   71–60   Croatia
9 July
Hungary   56–36   Poland

Group D

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Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Spain 3 3 0 213 134 +79 6
2   Portugal 3 2 1 181 173 +8 5
3   Netherlands 3 1 2 199 203 −4 4
4   Belgium 3 0 3 150 233 −83 3
Source: FIBA

7 July
Portugal   43–57   Spain
7 July
Belgium   59–83   Netherlands
8 July
Spain   77–32   Belgium
8 July
Netherlands   57–65   Portugal
9 July
Belgium   59–73   Portugal
9 July
Spain   79–59   Netherlands

Knockout stage

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Championship bracket

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Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
11 July
 
 
  Russia79
 
12 July
 
  Sweden84
 
  Sweden66
 
11 July
 
  Netherlands74
 
  Latvia73
 
14 July
 
  Netherlands77
 
  Netherlands52
 
11 July
 
  Spain64
 
  France68
 
12 July
 
  Germany66
 
  France50
 
11 July
 
  Spain51
 
  Spain93
 
15 July
 
  Croatia41
 
  Spain69
 
11 July
 
  Serbia50
 
  Serbia100
 
12 July
 
  Slovakia61
 
  Serbia73
 
11 July
 
  Hungary61
 
  Hungary66
 
14 July
 
  Belgium48
 
  Serbia64
 
11 July
 
  Italy58 Third place
 
  Italy73
 
12 July15 July
 
  Slovenia64
 
  Italy70  Netherlands65
 
11 July
 
  Portugal42   Italy60
 
  Portugal61
 
 
  Poland46
 

5th–8th place bracket

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5th–8th place semifinals5th place game
 
      
 
14 July
 
 
  Sweden60
 
16 July
 
  France93
 
  France58
 
14 July
 
  Hungary61
 
  Hungary72
 
 
  Portugal55
 
7th place game
 
 
16 July
 
 
  Sweden47
 
 
  Portugal71

9th–16th place bracket

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9th–16th place quarterfinals9th–12th place semifinals9th place game
 
          
 
12 July
 
 
  Russia74
 
14 July
 
  Latvia75
 
  Latvia67
 
12 July
 
  Germany70
 
  Germany79
 
16 July
 
  Croatia59
 
  Germany75
 
12 July
 
  Belgium58
 
  Slovakia51
 
14 July
 
  Belgium66
 
  Belgium79
 
12 July
 
  Poland72 11th place game
 
  Slovenia77
 
16 July
 
  Poland81
 
  Latvia71
 
 
  Poland57
 

13th–16th place bracket

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13th–16th place semifinals13th place game
 
      
 
14 July
 
 
  Russia97
 
15 July
 
  Croatia51
 
  Russia86
 
14 July
 
  Slovenia71
 
  Slovakia57
 
 
  Slovenia84
 
15th place game
 
 
15 July
 
 
  Croatia52
 
 
  Slovakia68

Final

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12 July 2018
20:15
Spain   69–50   Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 17–6, 19–5, 15–12, 18–27
Novomatic Arèna Sopron, Sopron (HUN)
Attendance: 1000
Referees: Andris Aunkrogers (LAT), Michal Proc (POL), Martin Van Hoye (BEL)

Final standings

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Rank Team Record
    Spain 7–0
    Serbia 5–2
    Netherlands 4–3
4th   Italy 5–2
5th   Hungary 6–1
6th   France 4–3
7th   Portugal 4–3
8th   Sweden 1–6
9th   Germany 4–3
10th   Belgium 2–5
11th   Latvia 4–3
12th   Poland 2–5
13th   Russia 4–3
14th   Slovenia 2–5
15th   Slovakia 2–5
16th   Croatia 0–7
Relegated to the 2019 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship Division B

Awards

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Most Valuable Player
  Iris Junio[3]
All-Tournament Team

References

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  1. ^ 2018 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship Division A official website
  2. ^ Competition system
  3. ^ "Iris Junio, MVP del Europeo de Hungría: "Es una felicidad doble"".
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