European Championship Winners

YEAR

VENUE

FINAL

GOLD MEDAL

SILVER MEDAL

BRONZE MEDAL

1935

Geneva (SWI)

Latvia - Spain (24-18)

Latvia

Spain

Czechoslovakia

1937

Riga (LAT)

Lithuania - Italy (24-23)

Lithuania

Italy

France

1939

Kaunas (LIT)

LEAGUE STAGE

Lithuania

Latvia

Poland

1946

Geneva (SWI)

Czechoslovakia - Italy (34-32)

Czechoslovakia

Italy

Hungary

1947

Prague (CZE)

Soviet Union - Czechoslovakia (56-37)

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Egypt

1949

Cairo (EGY)

LEAGUE STAGE

Egypt

France

Greece

1951

Paris (FRA)

Soviet Union - Czechoslovakia (45-44)

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

France

1953

Moscow (USSR)

LEAGUE STAGE

Soviet Union

Hungary

France

1955

Budapest (HUN)

LEAGUE STAGE

Hungary

Czechoslovakia

Soviet Union

1957

Sofia (BUL)

LEAGUE STAGE

Soviet Union

Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia

1959

Istanbul (TUR)

LEAGUE STAGE

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

France

1961

Belgrade (YUG)

Soviet Union - Yugoslavia (60-53)

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Bulgaria

1963

Wrocław (POL)

Soviet Union - Poland (61-45)

Soviet Union

Poland

Yugoslavia

1965

Moscow (USSR)

Soviet Union - Yugoslavia (58-49)

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Poland

1967

Helsinki (FIN)

Soviet Union - Czechoslovakia (89-77)

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Poland

1969

Naples (ITA)

Soviet Union - Yugoslavia (81-72)

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia

1971

Essen (FRG)

Soviet Union - Yugoslavia (69-64)

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Italy

1973

Barcelona (SPA)

Yugoslavia - Spain (78-67)

Yugoslavia

Spain

Soviet Union

1975

Belgrade (YUG)

LEAGUE STAGE

Yugoslavia

Soviet Union

Italy

1977

Liege (BEL)

Yugoslavia - Soviet Union (74-61)

Yugoslavia

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

1979

Torino (ITA)

Soviet Union - Israel (98-76)

Soviet Union

Israel

Yugoslavia

1981

Prague (CZE)

Soviet Union - Yugoslavia (84-67)

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia

1983

Nantes (FRA)

Italy - Spain (105-96)

Italy

Spain

Soviet Union

1985

Stuttgart (FRG)

Soviet Union - Czechoslovakia (120-89)

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Italy

1987

Athens (GRE)

Greece - Soviet Union (103-101)

Greece

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

1989

Zagreb (YUG)

Yugoslavia - Greece (98-77)

Yugoslavia

Greece

Soviet Union

1991

Rome (ITA)

Yugoslavia - Italy (88-73)

Yugoslavia

Italy

Spain

1993

Munich (GER)

Germany - Russia (71-70)

Germany

Russia

Croatia

1995

Athens (GRE)

Yugoslavia - Lithuania (96-90)

Yugoslavia

Lithuania

Croatia

1997

Barcelona (SPA)

Yugoslavia - Italy (61-49)

Yugoslavia

Italy

Russia

1999

Paris (FRA)

Italy - Spain (64-56)

Italy

Spain

Yugoslavia

2001

Istanbul (TUR)

Yugoslavia - Turkey (78-69)

Yugoslavia

Turkey

Spain

2003

Stockholm (SWE)

Lithuania - Spain (93-84)

Lithuania

Spain

Italy

2005

Belgrade (SMN)

Greece - Germany (78-62)

Greece

Germany

France

2007

Madrid (SPA)

Russia - Spain (60-59)

Russia

Spain

Lithuania

2009

Katowice (POL)

Spain - Serbia (85-63)

Spain

Serbia

Greece

2011

Kaunas (LIT)

Spain - France (98-85)

Spain

France

Russia

2013

Ljubljana (SVN)

France - Lithuania (80-66)

France

Lithuania

Spain

2015

Lille (FRA)

Spain - Lithuania (80-63)

Spain

Lithuania

France

2017

Istanbul (TUR)

Slovenia - Serbia (93-85)

Slovenia

Serbia

Spain



ALL-TIME MEDALS

Country

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

TOTAL

Soviet Union / Russia

15

4

6

25

Yugoslavia / Serbia

8

7

4

19

Spain

3

6

4

13

Lithuania

3

3

1

7

Italy

2

4

4

10

Greece

2

1

2

5

Czechoslovakia

1

6

5

12

France

1

2

6

9

Hungary

1

1

1

3

Latvia

1

1

-

2

Germany

1

1

-

2

Egypt

1

-

1

2

Slovenia

1

-

-

1

Poland

-

1

3

4

Bulgaria

-

1

1

2

Israel

-

1

-

1

Turkey

-

1

-

1

Croatia

-

-

2

2

 

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