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EuroBasket Women 1968
EuroBasket 1968 Women
11th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nationItaly
Teams13
Champions Soviet Union
(9th title)
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veger-Dem?ar (18.2)
Official website
1966
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The 1968 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 1968, was the 11th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Italy. Soviet Union (with 16 years old 7footer Uljana Semjonova) easily won the gold medal and Yugoslavia the silver medal while Poland won the bronze.

First stage

Group A

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Soviet Union Soviet Union 3 3 0 279 83
2 Belgium Belgium 3 2 1 139 179
3 Netherlands Netherlands 3 1 2 126 181
4 West Germany West Germany 3 0 3 110 211
July 5 Netherlands Netherlands 48-36 West Germany West Germany
July 5 Soviet Union Soviet Union 83-27 Belgium Belgium
July 6 Belgium Belgium 54-49 Netherlands Netherlands
July 6 Soviet Union Soviet Union 105-27 West Germany West Germany
July 7 Belgium Belgium 58-47 West Germany West Germany
July 7 Soviet Union Soviet Union 91-29 Netherlands Netherlands

Group B

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 3 3 0 193 149
2 East Germany East Germany 3 2 1 172 161
3 Hungary Hungary 3 1 2 140 170
4 France France 3 0 3 149 174
July 5 East Germany East Germany 61-46 France France
July 5 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 62-43 Hungary Hungary
July 6 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 65-56 France France
July 6 East Germany East Germany 61-49 Hungary Hungary
July 7 Hungary Hungary 48-47 France France
July 7 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 66-50 East Germany East Germany

Group C

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Poland Poland 3 2 1 174 158
2 Bulgaria Bulgaria 3 2 1 146 143
3 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 161 140
4 Romania Romania 3 0 3 123 163
July 5 Bulgaria Bulgaria 52-49 Romania Romania
July 5 Poland Poland 72-58 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia
July 6 Poland Poland 55-44 Romania Romania
July 6 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 47-38 Bulgaria Bulgaria
July 7 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 56-30 Romania Romania
July 7 Bulgaria Bulgaria 56-47 Poland Poland

Second Stage

Championship Group

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Soviet Union Soviet Union 6 6 0 498 266
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 6 4 2 337 318
3 Poland Poland 6 4 2 323 325
4 East Germany East Germany 6 3 3 354 337
5 Bulgaria Bulgaria 6 2 4 296 350
6 Italy Italy 6 2 4 270 281
7 Belgium Belgium 6 0 6 235 436


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July 9 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 59-47 Poland Poland
July 9 Italy Italy 61-36 Belgium Belgium
July 9 Soviet Union Soviet Union 81-37 Bulgaria Bulgaria
July 10 Poland Poland 61-30 Belgium Belgium
July 10 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 54-44 Bulgaria Bulgaria
July 10 East Germany East Germany 54-43 Italy Italy
July 11 Bulgaria Bulgaria 65-43 Belgium Belgium
July 11 Soviet Union Soviet Union 84-51 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
July 11 Poland Poland 58-50 East Germany East Germany
July 12 Soviet Union Soviet Union 84-34 Belgium Belgium
July 12 East Germany East Germany 64-41 Bulgaria Bulgaria
July 12 Poland Poland 38-37 Italy Italy
July 13 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 82-44 Belgium Belgium
July 13 Soviet Union Soviet Union 96-58 East Germany East Germany
July 13 Bulgaria Bulgaria 52-44 Italy Italy
July 14 Soviet Union Soviet Union 61-31 Italy Italy
July 14 Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 51-45 East Germany East Germany
July 14 Poland Poland 64-57 Bulgaria Bulgaria
July 15 East Germany East Germany 83-48 Belgium Belgium
July 15 Soviet Union Soviet Union 92-55 Poland Poland
July 15 Italy Italy 54-40 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia


 1968 FIBA European Women's Basketball Championship Champion 

Soviet Union
Ninth title

8th to 13th Places Group

Pl Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Romania Romania 5 5 0 298 246
2 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 5 4 1 322 234
3 Hungary Hungary 5 3 2 248 210
4 France France 5 2 3 284 257
5 Netherlands Netherlands 5 1 4 248 282
6 West Germany West Germany 5 0 5 193 364


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July 9 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 54-49 France France
July 9 Hungary Hungary 48-42 Netherlands Netherlands
July 9 Romania Romania 55-43 West Germany West Germany
July 10 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 79-32 West Germany West Germany
July 10 Hungary Hungary 42-36 France France
July 10 Romania Romania 52-46 Netherlands Netherlands
July 11 Netherlands Netherlands 64-41 West Germany West Germany
July 11 Romania Romania 59-48 France France
July 11 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 43-39 Hungary Hungary
July 13 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic 81-41 Netherlands Netherlands
July 13 Romania Romania 59-44 Hungary Hungary
July 13 France France 91-47 West Germany West Germany
July 14 Hungary Hungary 75-30 West Germany West Germany
July 14 France France 60-55 Netherlands Netherlands
July 14 Romania Romania 73-65 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia

Final Ranking

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