2021 FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries

The 2021 FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries was the 16th edition of this competition. The tournament took place in Nicosia, Cyprus, from 20 to 25 July 2021.[1] Luxembourg women's national basketball team won the tournament for the second time.

2021 FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries
Tournament details
Host countryCyprus
CityNicosia
Dates20–25 July 2021
Teams6 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Luxembourg (2nd title)
Runners-up Ireland
Third place Kosovo
Official website
www.fiba.basketball
2018
2022

Participating teams edit

Group phase edit

In this round, the teams were drawn into two groups of three. The first two teams from each group advance to the semifinals, the last teams will play the 5th place playoff.

Group A edit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Ireland 2 2 0 182 81 +101 4 Semifinals
2   Malta 2 1 1 127 108 +19 3
3   Andorra 2 0 2 63 183 −120 2 5th place match
Source: FIBA
20 July 2021
Ireland   104–33   Andorra
21 July 2021
Andorra   30–79   Malta
22 July 2021
Malta   48–78   Ireland

Group B edit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Luxembourg 2 2 0 184 125 +59 4 Semifinals
2   Kosovo 2 1 1 135 162 −27 3
3   Cyprus 2 0 2 128 160 −32 2 5th place match
Source: FIBA
20 July 2021
Cyprus   68–70   Kosovo
21 July 2021
Kosovo   65–94   Luxembourg
22 July 2021
Luxembourg   90–60   Cyprus

Playoffs edit

Semifinals Finals
      
A1   Ireland 86
B2   Kosovo 72
A1   Ireland 59
B1   Luxembourg 69
B1   Luxembourg 89
A2   Malta 46 3rd place match
B2   Kosovo 70
A2   Malta 60

Semifinals edit

24 July 2021
Ireland   86–72   Kosovo
24 July 2021
Luxembourg   89–46   Malta

5th place match edit

24 July 2021
Andorra   36–87   Cyprus

3rd place match edit

25 July 2021
Kosovo   70–60   Malta

Final edit

25 July 2021
Ireland   59–69   Luxembourg

Final standings edit

Rank Team
    Luxembourg
    Ireland
    Kosovo
4   Malta
5   Cyprus
6   Andorra

References edit

  1. ^ "FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries 2021". FIBA. Retrieved 10 September 2021.