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The 1991 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1991, was the 23rd regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Israel and took place from 12 June to 17 June 1991. Soviet Union won the gold medal and Yugoslavia the silver medal while Hungary won the bronze.

EuroBasket 1991 Women
23rd FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationIsrael
Dates12 June – 17 June
Teams8
Champions Soviet Union
(21st title)
Official website

Contents

SquadsEdit

QualificationEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Italy 5 5 0 ? ?
2   Poland 5 4 1 ? ?
3   West Germany 5 3 2 383 388
4   Romania 5 3 2 ? ?
5   France 5 1 4 365 397
6   Sweden 5 0 5 377 398


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May 9, 1990 Poland   94–69   France
May 9, 1990 West Germany   77–76   Romania
May 9, 1990 Italy   70–65   Sweden
May 10, 1990 West Germany   83–82   Sweden
May 10, 1990 Italy   84–59   Poland
May 10, 1990 Romania   78–76   France
May 11, 1990 Italy   71–61   West Germany
May 11, 1990 Poland   ?–?   Romania
May 11, 1990 France   74–70   Sweden
May 12, 1990 Poland   ?–?   Romania
May 12, 1990 Poland   73–66   Sweden
May 12, 1990 West Germany   86–83   France
May 13, 1990 Italy   69–63   France
May 13, 1990 West Germany   77–75   Poland
May 13, 1990 Romania   98–94   Sweden

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Hungary 5 4 1 ? ?
2   Israel 5 3 2 ? ?
3   Netherlands 5 3 2 317 316
4   Spain 5 3 2 308 336
5   Denmark 5 1 4 ? ?
6   Greece 5 0 5 ? ?


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May 9, 1990 Israel   86–57   Spain
May 9, 1990 Netherlands   59–56   Denmark
May 9, 1990 Hungary   87–60   Greece
May 10, 1990 Israel   80–62   Denmark
May 10, 1990 Spain   64–62   Hungary
May 10, 1990 Netherlands   65–57   Greece
May 11, 1990 Hungary   ?–?   Denmark
May 11, 1990 Netherlands   60–57   Israel
May 11, 1990 Spain   75–61   Greece
May 12, 1990 Hungary   ?–?   Israel
May 12, 1990 Spain   67–65   Denmark
May 12, 1990 Denmark   ?–?   Greece
May 13, 1990 Hungary   79–68   Netherlands
May 13, 1990 Denmark   62–45   Spain
May 13, 1990 Israel   60–55   Greece

First stageEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Hungary 3 2 1 211 217
2   Bulgaria 3 2 1 203 198
3   Israel 3 1 2 166 198
4   Czechoslovakia 3 1 2 247 226
June 12, 1991 Hungary   76–64   Bulgaria
June 12, 1991 Israel   91–90   Czechoslovakia
June 13, 1991 Bulgaria   74–66   Czechoslovakia
June 13, 1991 Hungary   74–62   Israel
June 14, 1991 Czechoslovakia   91–61   Hungary
June 14, 1991 Bulgaria   65–56   Israel

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Yugoslavia 3 3 0 258 196
2   Soviet Union 3 2 1 237 196
3   Italy 3 1 2 196 206
4   Poland 3 0 3 168 261
June 12, 1991 Soviet Union   91–56   Poland
June 12, 1991 Yugoslavia   83–61   Italy
June 13, 1991 Italy   70–51   Poland
June 13, 1991 Yugoslavia   75–74   Soviet Union
June 14, 1991 Yugoslavia   100–61   Poland
June 14, 1991 Soviet Union   72–65   Italy

Play-off stagesEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
June 16
 
 
  Hungary80
 
June 17
 
  Soviet Union93
 
  Soviet Union97
 
June 16
 
  Yugoslavia84
 
  Yugoslavia79
 
 
  Bulgaria56
 
Third place
 
 
June 17
 
 
  Hungary65
 
 
  Bulgaria61
5th to 8th places
June 16 Poland   80–69   Israel
June 16 Czechoslovakia   58–57   Italy
7th place
June 17 Italy   78–65   Israel
5th place
June 17 Czechoslovakia   67–46   Poland


 1991 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 
 
Soviet Union
Twentyfirst title

Final standingsEdit

Qualified for the 1992 Olympic Games
Qualified for the 1992 Pre-Olympic
Qualifying Tournament
Place Team PE
    Soviet Union  
    Yugoslavia  2
    Hungary  4
4   Bulgaria  1
5   Czechoslovakia  2
6   Poland  
7   Italy  2
8   Israel  

External linksEdit