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The 1989 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1989, was the 22nd regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Bulgaria and took place from 13 June to 19 June 1989. Soviet Union won the gold medal and Czechoslovakia the silver medal while Bulgaria won the bronze.

EuroBasket 1989 Women
22nd FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationBulgaria
Dates13 June – 19 June
Teams8
Champions Soviet Union
(20th title)
Official website
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Contents

QualificationEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Italy 5 ? ? ? ?
2   Netherlands 5 4 1 310 266
3   Romania 5 ? ? ? ?
4   Israel 5 ? ? ? ?
5   Sweden 5 1 4 303 333
6   Poland 5 ? ? ? ?


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May 11, 1988 Netherlands   58–52   Poland
May 11, 1988 Romania   59–54   Israel
May 11, 1988 Italy   84–61   Sweden
May 12, 1988 Netherlands   63–59   Romania
May 12, 1988 Sweden   81–66   Poland
May 12, 1988 Italy   ?–?   Israel
May 13, 1988 Romania   ?–?   Poland
May 13, 1988 Israel   69–58   Sweden
May 13, 1988 Italy   58–49   Netherlands
May 14, 1988 Italy   ?–?   Romania
May 14, 1988 Netherlands   58–44   Sweden
May 14, 1988 Israel   ?–?   Poland
May 15, 1988 Italy   ?–?   Poland
May 15, 1988 Netherlands   82–53   Israel
May 15, 1988 Romania   56–49   Sweden

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Czechoslovakia 5 5 0 377 213
2   France 5 3 2 306 269
3   Spain 5 3 2 288 301
4   West Germany 5 2 3 384 381
5   Finland 5 2 3 372 389
6   England 5 0 5 209 383


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May 11, 1988 France   77–76   Spain
May 11, 1988 Finland   81–59   England
May 11, 1988 Czechoslovakia   91–71   West Germany
May 12, 1988 Spain   104–68   England
May 12, 1988 West Germany   91–79   Finland
May 12, 1988 Czechoslovakia   77–62   France
May 13, 1988 Spain   76–70   West Germany
May 13, 1988 Czechoslovakia   87–62   Finland
May 13, 1988 France   87–61   England
May 14, 1988 Czechoslovakia   76–54   Spain
May 14, 1988 Finland   72–70   France
May 14, 1988 West Germany   92–63   England
May 15, 1988 Spain   82–78   Finland
May 15, 1988 Czechoslovakia   123–26   England
May 15, 1988 France   72–60   West Germany

SquadsEdit

First stageEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Soviet Union 3 3 0 216 179
2   Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 210 189
3   Italy 3 1 2 166 198
4   Netherlands 3 0 3 168 194
June 13, 1989 Italy   67–52   Netherlands
June 13, 1989 Soviet Union   78–75   Czechoslovakia
June 14, 1989 Czechoslovakia   68–60   Netherlands
June 14, 1989 Soviet Union   79–48   Czechoslovakia
June 15, 1989 Soviet Union   59–56   Netherlands
June 15, 1989 Czechoslovakia   67–51   Italy

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Yugoslavia 3 3 0 236 183
2   Bulgaria 3 2 1 251 210
3   France 3 1 2 181 234
4   Hungary 3 0 3 192 233
June 13, 1989 Yugoslavia   76–52   Hungary
June 13, 1989 Bulgaria   90–54   France
June 14, 1989 Yugoslavia   81–62   France
June 14, 1989 Bulgaria   92–77   Hungary
June 15, 1989 France   65–63   Hungary
June 15, 1989 Yugoslavia   79–69   Bulgaria

Play-off stagesEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
June 17
 
 
  Soviet Union90
 
June 18
 
  Bulgaria71
 
  Soviet Union64
 
June 17
 
  Czechoslovakia61
 
  Yugoslavia62
 
 
  Czechoslovakia76
 
Third place
 
 
June 18
 
 
  Bulgaria79
 
 
  Yugoslavia69
5th to 8th places
June 17 Netherlands   55–45   France
June 17 Italy   77–62   Hungary
7th place
June 18 Hungary   84–66   France
5th place
June 18 Italy   51–42   Netherlands


 1989 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 
 
Soviet Union
Twentieth title

Final standingsEdit

Place Team PE
    Soviet Union  
    Czechoslovakia  2
    Bulgaria  6
4   Yugoslavia  2
5   Italy  
6   Netherlands  
7   Hungary  4
8   France  

External linksEdit