Andorra national basketball team(Redirected from Andorra men's national under-18 basketball team)
The Andorran national basketball team is the national team of Andorra. The national team has always represented in the EuroBasket Division C. It also takes part well in Games of the Small States of Europe.
|FIBA zone||FIBA Europe|
|National federation||Federació Andorrana de Basquetbol|
|Coach||Jaume Tomàs Vilana|
|Championship for Small Countries|
|Medals|| (5) 1998, 2000, 2004, 2012, 2014
(2) 2010, 2016
|Games of the Small States of Europe|
|Medals|| (1) 1989
| Gibraltar 47–96 Andorra
(Serravalle, San Marino; 3 July 2012)
| Cyprus 97–56 Andorra
(Monaco; 6 June 2007)
Andorra 49–90 Montenegro
(Serravalle, San Marino; 31 May 2017)
Despite not joining FIBA until 1988, Andorra made its debut in the 1985 Games of the Small States of Europe where, despite winning one game against Luxembourg, finished in the last position after lossing to Cyprus and Malta.
Andorra would come back to competition in 1989, where it achieved its first great success by winning the tournament at the 1989 Games of the Small States of Europe. In 1991, the team could not repeat success and ended in the fourth position of the 1991 edition, that Andorra hosted.
Four years later, the team conquered its first Promotion Cup title by ending unbeaten in the 1998 edition. Andorra would repeat success in 2000 European Promotion Cup for Men for starting to be one of the top teams in the Promotion Cup, later renamed as European Championship for Small Countries.
At the Championship for Small CountriesEdit
At the Games of the Small StatesEdit
This was the Andorran list for the 2016 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries.
|Andorra men's national basketball team - 2016 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries roster|
Head to head against other national basketball teamsEdit
- Included all FIBA competitions and all GSSE except the editions of 1991 and 1993, where are only known the results against Cyprus and Iceland.
- Updated as of 3 June 2017.
- Bold denotes players who played the 2016 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries.
- FIBA Championships included since 1998, GSSE included since 2009 and the 2003 edition.
- As of 3 June 2016
Most capped playersEdit