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Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team

The Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team, also widely known as the FR Yugoslavia national basketball team, represented Serbia and Montenegro in international basketball matches, from 1993 to 2006, and was governed by the Basketball Federation of Serbia and Montenegro.

FR Yugoslavia
Serbia and Montenegro
FIBA rankingdefunct
Joined FIBA1992
FIBA zoneFIBA Europe
National federationBasketball Federation of Serbia and Montenegro
Olympic Games
MedalsSilver medal.svg Silver:1996
FIBA World Cup
MedalsGold medal with cup.svg Gold: 1998, 2002
MedalsGold medal europe.svg Gold: 1995, 1997, 2001
Bronze medal europe.svg Bronze: 1999
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After the Breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991–1992, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Slovenia made their own teams and now smaller Yugoslavia (FR Yugoslavia) was represented by Serbia and Montenegro. The team was named "Yugoslavia national basketball team" or "FR Yugoslavia national basketball team" until 2003 after the country. In 2003, after the country was renamed, the team was also renamed to "Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team".


At the Summer Olympic Games, Serbia and Montenegro participated three times and won silver medal in 1996.

List of appearancesEdit

World Basketball ChampionshipEdit

At the FIBA World Basketball Championships, Serbia and Montenegro captured two gold medals (1998 and 2002).

List of appearancesEdit

  • 1994 – couldn't compete due to UN sanctions
  • 1998World Champion
  • 2002World Champion
  • 2006 – 11th

European Basketball ChampionshipsEdit

At the European basketball championships, Serbia and Montenegro captured the gold medal three times (1995, 1997, 2001) and were bronze medalists once (1999).

List of appearancesEdit

  • 1993 – did not participate
  • 1995European Champion
  • 1997European Champion
  • 1999 – Third place
  • 2001European Champion
  • 2003 – 6th
  • 2005 – 9th

Successor teamsEdit

See alsoEdit


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