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The 1995 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1995, was the 25th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Czech Republic and took place from 8 June to 18 June 1995. Ukraine won the gold medal and Italy the silver medal while Russia won the bronze.

EuroBasket 1995 Women
25th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Czech Republic
Dates 8 June – 18 June
Teams 14
Champions  Ukraine (1st title)
Official website
Official website (archive)
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Contents

QualificationEdit

First stageEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Sweden 3 3 0 272 178
2   Latvia 3 2 1 245 169
3   Denmark 3 1 2 209 208
4   Scotland 3 0 3 135 306
       
  Sweden 81–75 77–66 114–37
  Latvia 66–55 104–33
  Denmark 88–65
  Scotland

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Lithuania 3 3 0 229 184
2   Greece 3 2 1 198 176
3   Belgium 3 1 2 163 191
4   Portugal 3 0 3 157 196
       
  Lithuania 77–74 79–54 73–54
  Greece 57–51 67–48
  Belgium 56–55
  Portugal

Group CEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Croatia 3 3 0 231 194
2   Romania 3 2 1 188 171
3   Belarus 3 1 2 210 210
4   Estonia 3 0 3 175 229
       
  Croatia 71–61 78–74 82–59
  Romania 67–49 60–51
  Belarus 87–65
  Estonia

Group DEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Slovenia 2 2 0 193 116
2   Georgia 2 1 1 127 144
3   Austria 2 0 2 117 177
     
  Slovenia 82–61 111–55
  Georgia 66–62
  Austria

Group EEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Ukraine 3 3 0 227 200
2   Moldova 3 2 1 222 215
3   Israel 3 1 2 212 231
4   Turkey 3 0 3 218 233
       
  Ukraine 80–70 77–64 70–66
  Moldova 73–64 79–71
  Israel 84–81
  Turkey

Second stageEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Croatia 5 4 1 369 325
2   Italy 5 4 1 305 251
3   Lithuania 5 3 2 352 324
4   Hungary 5 2 3 309 320
5   Latvia 5 2 3 299 322
6   Finland 5 0 5 321 413
           
  Croatia 58–50 76–72 80–66 87–67
  Italy 66–59 61–40 63–44 65–50
  Lithuania 69–56 62–51 90–75
  Hungary 60–50 87–60
  Latvia 70–68 84–69
  Finland

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Ukraine 5 4 1 314 279
2   Russia 5 3 2 345 332
3   Romania 5 3 2 319 291
4   Poland 5 2 3 289 291
5   Netherlands 5 2 3 292 307
6   Slovenia 5 1 4 304 363
           
  Ukraine 80–74 59–55 60–49 59–42
  Russia 64–60 57–55 90–62
  Romania 53–52 72–52 79–64
  Poland 60–58 73–63
  Netherlands 75–60 65–56
  Slovenia 59–56

Group CEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Slovakia 5 5 0 423 349
2   Moldova 5 4 1 372 330
3   Germany 5 2 3 387 386
4   Bulgaria 5 2 3 340 364
5   Sweden 5 2 3 395 404
6   Greece 5 0 5 297 381
           
  Slovakia 65–56 100–79 82–71 100–89 76–54
  Moldova 79–70 76–59 77–68 84–68
  Germany 103–74 69–54
  Bulgaria 79–66 66–62
  Sweden 78–65 86–59
  Greece

Additional stageEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Yugoslavia 3 3 0 236 190
2   Hungary 3 2 1 243 215
3   Bulgaria 3 1 2 220 270
4   Poland 3 1 2 232 256
       
  Yugoslavia 72–61 88–61 76–68
  Hungary 95–66 87–77
  Bulgaria 93–87
  Poland

SquadsEdit

First stageEdit

Group AEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Italy 6 6 0 374 329
2   Russia 6 5 1 459 387
3   Czech Republic 6 4 2 422 408
4   Lithuania 6 2 4 396 408
5   Yugoslavia 6 2 4 353 382
6   France 6 2 4 394 430
7   Germany 6 0 6 387 441
             
  Italy 59–57 63–54 60–55 63–46 64–61 65–56
  Russia 75–72 76–67 76–62 78–55 97–72
  Czech Republic 78–65 67–62 79–74 72–69
  Lithuania 59–51 80–71
  Yugoslavia 74–63 58–54
  France 72–70 69–65
  Germany

Group BEdit

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1   Ukraine 6 5 1 416 359
2   Slovakia 6 5 1 417 353
3   Croatia 6 4 2 428 414
4   Moldova 6 3 3 410 451
5   Spain 6 2 4 493 453
6   Romania 6 1 5 368 439
7   Hungary 6 1 5 418 461
             
  Ukraine 61–59 68–61 73–54 71–61 75–55
  Slovakia 71–67 74–70 72–66 81–56 60–53
  Croatia 69–68 73–70 68–57 75–70
  Moldova 78–76 63–59 79–73
  Spain 101–59 97–68
  Romania 67–59
  Hungary 108–105

Final stagesEdit

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
         
   Italy  74
 
   Moldova  43  
   Italy  65
 
     Slovakia  46  
   Slovakia  85
 
   Czech Republic  75  
   Italy  66
 
     Ukraine  77
   Ukraine  76
 
   Lithuania  72  
   Ukraine  69 Third place
 
     Russia  64  
   Russia  81    Slovakia  50
   Croatia  72      Russia  69
 
5th to 8th places Fifth place
   Moldova  78  
   Czech Republic  76  
 
       Moldova  62
     Lithuania  68
Seventh place
   Lithuania  91    Czech republic  73
   Croatia  64      Croatia  61


 1995 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 
 
Ukraine
First title

Final standingsEdit

Qualified for the 1996 Summer Olympics
Place Team PE
    Ukraine  
    Italy  2
    Russia  4
4   Slovakia  1
5   Lithuania  
6   Moldova  
7   Czech Republic  
8   Croatia  
9   Spain  8
10   Yugoslavia  
11   France  9
12   Hungary  4
13   Romania  
14   Germany  

External linksEdit