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FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship, previously known as European Championship for Cadets, is a basketball competition inaugurated in 1971. Until 2003 it was held biannually, but from 2003 onwards it is held every year.

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Performances by nation

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Serbia 10 1 5 16
2  Russia 3 4 5 12
3  Spain 2 6 4 12
4  Greece 2 3 3 8
5  Turkey 2 1 3 6
6  Italy 1 4 2 7
7  Lithuania 1 1 1 3
8  France 1 1 0 2
9  Croatia 1 0 0 1
10  Czech Republic 0 1 0 1
11  Germany 0 0 2 2
12  Israel 0 0 1 1

European U16 Championship 2009 (Kaunas, Lithuania), August 6–16

  1.  Spain
  2.  Lithuania
  3.  Serbia
  4.  Poland
  5.  Russia
  6.  Croatia
  7.  France
  8.  Turkey
  9.  Latvia
  10.  Montenegro
  11.  Germany
  12.  Italy
  13.  Israel
  14.  Greece
  15.  Ukraine
  16.  Czech Republic

European U16 Championship 2008 (Chieti / Pescara, Italy), August 15-24

  1.  Lithuania
  2.  Czech Republic
  3.  Turkey
  4.  France
  5.  Serbia
  6.  Spain
  7.  Croatia
  8.  Russia
  9.  Ukraine
  10.  Latvia
  11.  Israel
  12.  Greece
  13.  Italy
  14.  Poland
  15.  Hungary
  16.  Georgia

European U16 Championship 2007 (Rethimnon / Crete, Greece), July 20-29

  1.  Serbia
  2.  Spain
  3.  Lithuania
  4.  Turkey
  5.  Italy
  6.  France
  7.  Greece
  8.  Croatia
  9.  Latvia
  10.  Ukraine
  11.  Israel
  12.  Georgia
  13.  Czech Republic
  14.  Russia
  15.  Slovenia
  16.  Portugal


Winning Roster: 4. Nemanja Jaramaz, 5. Aleksandar Ponjavić, 6. Nikša Nikolić, 7. Aleksandar Obradović, 8. Nikola Vukasović, 9. Stevan Lekić, 10. Danilo Anđušić, 11. Lazar Radosavljević, 12. Bogdan Jovanović, 13. Nikola Rondović, 14. Branislav Đekić, 15. Dejan Musli (tournament MVP), coach: Dejan Vaščanin

European U16 Championship 2006 (Andujar / Martos, Spain)

  1.  Spain
  2.  Russia
  3.  Serbia and Montenegro
  4.  Croatia
  5.  France
  6.  Italy
  7.  Israel
  8.  Turkey
  9.  Greece
  10.  Lithuania
  11.  Latvia
  12.  Ukraine
  13.  Slovenia
  14.  Portugal
  15.  Germany
  16.  Iceland

European U16 Championship 2005 (Leon, Spain)

  1.  Turkey
  2.  France
  3.  Spain
  4.  Lithuania
  5.  Ukraine
  6.  Russia
  7.  Italy
  8.  Croatia
  9.  Israel
  10.  Serbia and Montenegro
  11.  Latvia
  12.  Slovenia
  13.  Greece
  14.  Iceland
  15.  Poland
  16.  Belgium

European U16 Championship 2004 (Pyrgos, Greece)

  1.  France
  2.  Russia
  3.  Turkey
  4.  Lithuania
  5.  Greece
  6.  Italy
  7.  Spain
  8.  Slovenia
  9.  Serbia and Montenegro
  10.  Croatia
  11.  Israel
  12.  Belgium
  13.  Latvia
  14.  Poland
  15.  Georgia
  16.  Germany

European Championship for Cadets 2003 (Madrid, Spain), July 18-27

  1.  Serbia and Montenegro
  2.  Turkey
  3.  Russia
  4.  Spain
  5.  France
  6.  Slovenia
  7.  Macedonia
  8.  Greece
  9.  Italy
  10.  Israel
  11.  Lithuania
  12.  Bulgaria


Winning Roster: 4. Miloš Teodosić, 5. Milenko Tepić, 6. Stefan Nikolic, 7. Marko Đurković, 8. Dragan Labović, 9. Nenad Mijatović, 10. Dušan Trajković, 11. Nenad Živčević, 12. Nemanja Aleksandrov, 13. Branko Jereminov, 14. Nikola Dragović, 15. Boban Medenica, coach: Miodrag "Mijo" Kadija

European Championship for Cadets 2001 (Riga, Latvia), July 13-22

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Russia
  3.  Spain
  4.  Lithuania
  5.  France
  6.  Greece
  7.  Turkey
  8.  Latvia
  9.  Israel
  10.  Italy
  11.  Georgia
  12.  Croatia


Winning Roster: 4. Stefan Majstorović, 5. Mlađan Šljivančanin, 6. Vukašin Aleksić, 7. Srđan Živković, 8. Dušan Vućićević, 9. Vladimir Micov, 10. Veljko Tomović, 11. Darko Miličić, 12. Vladimir Masulović, 13. Kosta Perović, 14. Milovan Raković, 15. Luka Bogdanović, coach: Stevan Karadžić

European Championship for Cadets 1999 (Polzela / Celje / Laško, Slovenia), July 15-24

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Greece
  3.  Turkey
  4.  France
  5.  Latvia
  6.  Macedonia
  7.  Georgia
  8.  Spain
  9.  Croatia
  10.  Poland
  11.  Russia
  12.  Slovenia


Winning Roster: 4. Jovan Stefanov, 5. Bojan Bakić, 6. Aleksandar Gajić, 7. Strahinja Zgonjanin, 8. Nemanja Matović, 9. Miloš Pavlović, 10. Dušan Đorđević, 11. Mirko Kovač, 12. Milos Nišavić, 13. Srđan Bulatović, 14. Ivan Andonov, 15. Tomislav Tomović, coach: Petar Rodić

European Championship for Cadets 1997 (Pepinster / Kortrijk / Quaregnon, Belgium), July 11-20

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Russia
  3.  Israel
  4.  France
  5.  Greece
  6.  Spain
  7.  Slovenia
  8.  Croatia
  9.  Georgia
  10.  Macedonia
  11.  Italy
  12.  Belgium


Winning Roster: 4. Ivan Mičeta, 5. Slobodan Tošić, 6. Ivan Vukadinov, 7. Mladen Šekularac, 8. Andrija Crnogorac, 9. Vladimir Tica, 10. Marko Peković, 11. Vladimir Rončević, 12. Sreten Lakonić, 13. Predrag Šojić, 14. Miljan Pavković, 15. Petar Jovanović, coach: Veselin Matić

European Championship for Cadets 1995 (Setubal / Seixal / Almada, Portugal)

  1.  Croatia
  2.  Spain
  3.  Greece
  4.  Macedonia
  5.  Italy
  6.  France
  7.  Turkey
  8.  Israel
  9.  Portugal
  10.  Finland
  11.  Czech Republic
  12.  England

European Championship for Cadets 1993 (Trabzon / Giresun / Samsun, Turkey)

  1.  Greece
  2.  Spain
  3.  Russia
  4.  Turkey
  5.  Lithuania
  6.  Italy
  7.  France
  8.  Israel
  9.  Iceland
  10.  Germany
  11.  Poland
  12.  Czech Republic

European Championship for Cadets 1991 (Kastoria / Komotini / Thessaloniki, Greece)

  1.  Italy
  2.  Greece
  3.  Spain
  4.  Turkey
  5.  Soviet Union
  6.  Israel
  7.  Germany
  8.  Yugoslavia
  9.  Bulgaria
  10.  Czechoslovakia
  11.  Belgium
  12.  Switzerland

European Championship for Cadets 1989 (Guadalajara / Tarancon / Cuenca, Spain)

  1.  Greece
  2.  Yugoslavia
  3.  Italy
  4.  Turkey
  5.  Soviet Union
  6.  Spain
  7.  Israel
  8.  France
  9.  West Germany
  10.  Bulgaria
  11.  Poland
  12.  Belgium

European Championship for Cadets 1987 (Székesfehérvár / Kaposvár, Hungary)

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Italy
  3.  Soviet Union
  4.  Spain
  5.  France
  6.  West Germany
  7.  Greece
  8.  Romania
  9.  Israel
  10.  Turkey
  11.  Belgium
  12.  Hungary

European Championship for Cadets 1985 (Roussé, Bulgaria)

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Spain
  3.  Italy
  4.  West Germany
  5.  Soviet Union
  6.  Bulgaria
  7.  Israel
  8.  Turkey
  9.  Belgium
  10.  Finland
  11.  Sweden
  12.  France

European Championship for Cadets 1983 (Tübingen / Ludwigsburg, West Germany)

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Spain
  3.  West Germany
  4.  Greece
  5.  Italy
  6.  Soviet Union
  7.  France
  8.  Netherlands
  9.  Turkey
  10.  Sweden
  11.  Hungary
  12.  Finland

European Championship for Cadets 1981 (Thessaloniki / Katerini, Greece)

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Italy
  3.  West Germany
  4.  Finland
  5.  Yugoslavia
  6.  Turkey
  7.  Greece
  8.  Israel
  9.  Spain
  10.  France
  11.  Poland
  12.  Sweden

European Championship for Cadets 1979 (Damascus, Syria)

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Italy
  3.  Spain
  4.  West Germany
  5.  Soviet Union
  6.  Bulgaria
  7.  Syria
  8.  Belgium
  9.  Greece
  10.  Turkey
  11.  Austria

European Championship for Cadets 1977 (Touquet de Berck, France)

  1.  Turkey
  2.  Yugoslavia
  3.  Soviet Union
  4.  Italy
  5.  Spain
  6.  France
  7.  Belgium
  8.  Greece
  9.  Poland
  10.  West Germany
  11.  Israel
  12.  Bulgaria

European Championship for Cadets 1975 (Athens / Thessaloniki, Greece)

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Greece
  3.  Yugoslavia
  4.  Italy
  5.  Spain
  6.  Netherlands
  7.  Belgium
  8.  Czechoslovakia
  9.  West Germany
  10.  Bulgaria
  11.  Israel
  12.  Sweden
  13.  Portugal
  14.  Poland
  15.  France
  16.  Iceland
  17.  Austria
  18.  England
  19.  Scotland
  20.  Wales

European Championship for Cadets 1973 (Summonte / Angri, Italy)

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Spain
  3.  Yugoslavia
  4.  Italy
  5.  Greece
  6.  Israel
  7.  France
  8.  Turkey
  9.  Poland
  10.  Belgium
  11.  Czechoslovakia
  12.  Sweden
  13.  West Germany
  14.  Portugal
  15.  Austria
  16.  England

European Championship for Cadets 1971 (Gorizia, Italy)

  1.  Yugoslavia
  2.  Italy
  3.  Soviet Union
  4.  Spain
  5.  Greece
  6.  Israel
  7.  France
  8.  Turkey
  9.  West Germany
  10.  Sweden
  11.  Austria
  12.  Switzerland

MVP Awards (since 1999)

Year MVP Award Winner
1999 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Gajic
2001 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veljko Tomovic
2003 Serbia and Montenegro Nemanja Aleksandrov
2004 Russia Vitaly Kuznetsov
2005 France Antoine Diot
2006 Spain Ricky Rubio
2007 Serbia Dejan Musli
2008 Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas
2009 Lithuania Tauras Jogela

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