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Gibraltar national basketball team

Gibraltar
FIBA ranking T-75th
Joined FIBA 1985
FIBA zone FIBA Europe
National federation Gibraltar Amateur Basketball Association
Olympic Games
Appearances None
FIBA World Cup
Appearances None
EuroBasket
Appearances None

The Gibraltarian national basketball team are the representative team for the British overseas territory of Gibraltar in basketball. The team is selected by the Gibraltar Amateur Basketball Association (GABBA) which is a member of FIBA Europe since 1985[1] and competes in FIBA European Championship for Small Countries and in the Island Games.

Competitive record

At the Championship for Small Countries

Championship for Small Countries
Year Position Pld W L
1988 7th Place 5 1 4
1990 5th Place 5 2 3
1992 7th Place 5 1 4
1994 7th Place 5 2 3
1996 8th Place 5 1 4
1998 Fourth Place 4 1 3
2000 6th Place 5 0 5
2002 8th Place 5 0 5
2004 7th Place 4 1 3
2006 7th Place 5 1 4
2008 6th Place 5 1 4
2010 7th Place 5 2 3
2012 7th Place 4 0 4
2014 6th place 4 0 4
Total 66 13 53

At the Island Games

Island Games
Year Position Pld W L
1999 Fourth Place 4 2 2
2001 Third Place 6 4 2
2003 6th Place 5 3 2
2007 7th Place 6 3 3
2009 6th Place 4 1 3
2011 Fourth Place 5 2 3
2015 Third Place 4 3 1
Total 34 18 16

See also

References

  1. ^ GFA proposal to join UEFA, pg. 16

External links

  • Gibraltar national basketball team at FIBA Europe
  • Gibraltar Basketball Academy


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