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The 1967 FIBA European Championship, commonly called FIBA EuroBasket 1967, was the fifteenth FIBA EuroBasket regional basketball championship, held by FIBA Europe.

EuroBasket 1967
EuroBasket 1967 logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host countryFinland
Dates28 September – 8 October
Teams16
Venue(s)2 (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Soviet Union (9th title)
Runners-up Czechoslovakia
Third place Poland
Fourth place Bulgaria
Tournament statistics
MVPCzechoslovakia Jiří Zedníček
Top scorerGreece Giorgos Kolokithas
(26.7 points per game)
1965
1969

Contents

VenuesEdit

First roundEdit

Group A – HelsinkiEdit

  Spain   Romania 85–88
  Belgium   Yugoslavia 66–73
  Finland   Netherlands 83–70
  Poland   Czechoslovakia 75–90
  Belgium   Netherlands 82–70
  Spain   Poland 71–88
  Yugoslavia   Czechoslovakia 66–74
  Finland   Romania 57–51
  Netherlands   Yugoslavia 46–96
  Belgium   Romania 74–77
  Spain   Czechoslovakia 65–98
  Finland   Poland 68–80
  Netherlands   Romania 64–83
  Belgium   Poland 68–98
  Spain   Yugoslavia 68–82
  Finland   Czechoslovakia 54–49
  Netherlands   Poland 65–69
  Belgium   Czechoslovakia 72–92
  Finland   Spain 76–69
  Yugoslavia   Romania 73–75
  Netherlands   Czechoslovakia 68–78
  Belgium   Spain 76–89
  Poland   Romania 75–58
  Finland   Yugoslavia 59–68
  Romania   Czechoslovakia 61–69
  Spain   Netherlands 79–71
  Finland   Belgium 82–62
  Yugoslavia   Poland 65–69
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1.   Czechoslovakia 7 6 1 550:461 12 +89
2.   Poland 7 6 1 554:485 12 +69
3.   Finland 7 5 2 479:449 10 +30
4.   Romania 7 4 3 493:497 8 −4
5.   Yugoslavia 7 4 3 523:507 8 +16
6.   Spain 7 2 5 526:579 4 −53
7.   Belgium 7 1 6 500:581 2 −81
8.   Netherlands 7 0 7 454:570 0 −116

Group B – TampereEdit

  Bulgaria   Hungary 66–58
  Israel   Soviet Union 65–93
  Italy   East Germany 65–55
  Greece   France 78–69
  Bulgaria   Greece 64–66
  Israel   Hungary 60–56
  East Germany   Soviet Union 67–83
  Italy   France 47–42
  East Germany   France 56–68
  Soviet Union   Hungary 85–54
  Israel   Greece 75–75 aet. 91–81
  Bulgaria   Italy 73–71
  Greece   Hungary 69–60
  Soviet Union   France 108–52
  Israel   Italy 67–70
  Bulgaria   East Germany 68–66
  Bulgaria   France 65–67
  Italy   Hungary 73–80
  Israel   East Germany 74–67
  Greece   Soviet Union 41–82
  Israel   France 75–68
  East Germany   Hungary 55–59
  Bulgaria   Soviet Union 61–84
  Italy   Greece 74–58
  France   Hungary 56–51
  Bulgaria   Israel 78–61
  East Germany   Greece 69–56
  Italy   Soviet Union 91–105
Pos. Team Matches Wins Loses Results Points Diff.
1.   Soviet Union 7 7 0 640:431 14 +209
2.   Bulgaria 7 4 3 475:475 8 +2
3.   Italy 7 4 3 490:480 8 +10
4.   Israel 7 4 3 493:513 8 −20
5.   Greece 7 3 4 449:509 6 −60
6.   France 7 3 4 422:480 6 −58
7.   Hungary 7 2 5 418:464 4 −46
8.   East Germany 7 1 6 435:472 2 −37

Knockout stageEdit

Places 13 – 16 in TampereEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Res.
  Hungary   Netherlands 76–71
  Belgium   East Germany 63–78

Places 9 – 12 in HelsinkiEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Res.
  Yugoslavia   France 75–69
  Greece   Spain 85–85 aet. 95–99

Places 5 – 8 in TampereEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Res.
  Italy   Romania 57–63
  Finland   Israel 73–60

Places 1 – 4 in HelsinkiEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Res.
  Czechoslovakia   Bulgaria 82–79
  Soviet Union   Poland 108–68

FinalsEdit

Placement Team 1 Team 2 Res.
15th place   Netherlands   Belgium 77–92
13th place   Hungary   East Germany 78–62
11th place   France   Greece 74–69
9th place   Yugoslavia   Spain 101–73
7th place   Italy   Israel 74–72
5th place   Romania   Finland 71–64
3rd place   Bulgaria   Poland 76–80
Final   Czechoslovakia   Soviet Union 77–89


 1967 FIBA EuroBasket Champions  
 
Soviet Union
Ninth title

Final rankingsEdit

AwardsEdit

1967 FIBA EuroBasket MVP: Jiří Zedníček (  Czechoslovakia)
All-Tournament Team[1]
  Sergei Belov
  Modestas Paulauskas
  Jiří Zedníček (MVP)
  Jiří Zídek
  Veikko Vainio

Team rostersEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit