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FIBA Europe is a zone within the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) which includes all 50 national European basketball federations.

FIBA Europe
FIBA Europe.svg
Formation 1957; 61 years ago (1957)
Headquarters Munich, Germany
Region served
50 full member associations
Official language
Turkey Turgay Demirel [1]
Parent organization
Headquarters of FIBA Europe, in Munich, Germany.



National teamsEdit


Current title holdersEdit

Competitions Champion Title Runners-up Next edition
FIBA EuroBasket Men's   Slovenia 1st   Serbia 2021 (September)
FIBA Europe U-20 Men's   Greece 3rd   Israel 2018
FIBA Europe U-18 Men's   Serbia 4th   Spain 2018
FIBA Europe U-16 Men's   France 3rd   Montenegro 2018
FIBA EuroBasket Women's   Spain 3rd   France 2019 (June)
FIBA Europe U-20 Women's   Spain 7th   Slovenia 2018
FIBA Europe U-18 Women's   Belgium 2nd   Serbia 2018
FIBA Europe U-16 Women's   France 3rd   Hungary 2018
Competitions (clubs) Champion Title Runners-up Next edition
EuroLeague   Fenerbahçe 1st   Olympiacos 2017–18
EuroCup   Unicaja 1st   Valencia Basket 2017–18
Champions League   Iberostar Tenerife 1st   Banvit 2017–18
FIBA Europe Cup   Nanterre 92 1st   Élan Chalon 2017–18
EuroLeague Women   Dynamo Kursk 1st   Fenerbahçe 2017–18
EuroCup Women   Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi 1st   Bellona AGÜ 2017–18


Code Association National teams FIBA
ALB   Albania 1947 Yes
AND   Andorra[n 1] 1988 Yes
ARM   Armenia 1991 Yes
AUT   Austria 1934 Yes
AZE   Azerbaijan[n 2] 1991 Yes
BLR   Belarus 1992 Yes
BEL   Belgium 1932 Yes
BIH   Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992 Yes
BUL   Bulgaria 1935 Yes
CRO   Croatia 1992 Yes
CYP   Cyprus 1972 Yes
CZE   Czech Republic 1932 Yes
DEN   Denmark 1951 Yes
EST   Estonia 1991 Yes
FIN   Finland 1939 Yes
FRA   France 1933 Yes
GEO   Georgia 1992 Yes
GER   Germany 1934 Yes
GIB   Gibraltar[n 1] 1985 No[n 3]
GBR   Great Britain 2005 Yes
GRE   Greece 1936 Yes
HUN   Hungary 1935 Yes
ISL   Iceland 1959 Yes
IRL   Ireland[n 1] 1947 Yes
ISR   Israel 1939 Yes
ITA   Italy 1932 Yes
KOS   Kosovo 2015 Yes
LAT   Latvia 1992 Yes
LTU   Lithuania 1992 Yes
LUX   Luxembourg 1946 Yes
MKD   Macedonia[n 4] 1993 Yes
MLT   Malta[n 1] 1967 Yes
MDA   Moldova[n 1] 1985 Yes
MON   Monaco[n 2] 1987 Yes
MNE   Montenegro 2006 Yes
NED   Netherlands 1946 Yes
NOR   Norway[n 1] 1968 Yes
POL   Poland 1934 Yes
POR   Portugal 1932 Yes
ROU   Romania 1932 Yes
RUS   Russia 1947 Yes
SMR   San Marino[n 1] 1969 Yes
SRB   Serbia 2006 Yes
SVK   Slovakia 1993 Yes
SLO   Slovenia 1992 Yes
ESP   Spain 1934 Yes
SWE   Sweden 1952 Yes
SUI   Switzerland 1932 Yes
TUR   Turkey 1936 Yes
UKR   Ukraine 1992 Yes

Defunct membersEdit

Code Association National teams FIBA
TCH   Czechoslovakia
GDR   East Germany
ENG   England[n 5] 1937
SCO   Scotland[n 5] 1947
URS   Soviet Union
WAL   Wales[n 5] 1956
YUG   Yugoslavia


  1. ^ a b c d e f g Member with team participating in the 2018 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries.
  2. ^ a b Member with team currently not participating in FIBA Europe-sanctioned tournaments.
  3. ^ Part of the British Olympic Association.
  4. ^ Officially recognised by FIBA as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
  5. ^ a b c Integrated in the British Association.

FIBA Europe teams rankingEdit

This section shows the position of the men's national team of the FIBA Europe members, as of 28 November 2017.[2] Monaco and Norway are the only two members that are not ranked as they did not play any FIBA competition in the last eight years.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ FIBA Europe President
  2. ^ "FIBA World Ranking presented by Nike". FIBA. Retrieved 4 December 2017. 

External linksEdit