AfroBasket Women

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AfroBasket Women
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Sports current event.svg 2021 Women's Afrobasket
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Sport Basketball
Founded1966;55 years ago (1966)
No. of teams12
Country FIBA Africa member nations
Continent FIBA Africa (Africa)
Most recent
champion(s)
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria (5th title)
Most titlesFlag of Senegal.svg  Senegal (11 titles)

The AfroBasket Women (formerly FIBA Africa Championship for Women) is the women's basketball continental championship of Africa, played biennially under the auspices of FIBA, the basketball sport governing body, and the African zone thereof. The tournament also serves to qualify teams for participation in the quadrennial FIBA Women's World Cup and the Olympic Games.

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Results

Summaries

YearHostsGold medal gameBronze medal game
GoldScoreSilverBronzeScoreFourth Place
1966
Details
Flag of Guinea.svg  Guinea Flag of the United Arab Republic.svg
United Arab Republic
n/a Flag of Guinea.svg
Guinea
Flag of the Central African Republic.svg
Central African Republic
n/a Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
1968
Details
Flag of the United Arab Republic.svg  UAR Flag of the United Arab Republic.svg
United Arab Republic
n/a Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
n/a Flag of Algeria.svg
Algeria
1970
Details
Flag of Togo.svg  Togo Flag of Madagascar.svg
Madagascar
44–36Flag of the United Arab Republic.svg
United Arab Republic
Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
50–27Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
1974
Details
Flag of Tunisia (1959-1999).svg  Tunisia Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
47–44Flag of Tunisia (1959-1999).svg
Tunisia
Flag of Egypt (1972-1984).svg
Egypt
56–34Flag of Togo.svg
Togo
1977
Details
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
88–56Flag of Egypt (1972-1984).svg
Egypt
Flag of Togo.svg
Togo
70–35Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg
Ivory Coast
1979
Details
Flag of Somalia.svg  Somalia Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
n/a Flag of Somalia.svg
Somalia
Flag of Ghana.svg
Ghana
n/a
1981
Details
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
83–73Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
83–71Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
1983
Details
Flag of Angola.svg  Angola Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
n/a Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Cameroon.svg
Cameroon
n/a Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
1984
Details
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
2–0
w/o
Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
Flag of Cameroon.svg
Cameroon
83–70Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
1986
Details
Flag of Mozambique.svg  Mozambique Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
n/a Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
n/a Flag of Cameroon.svg
Cameroon
1990
Details
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
70–68Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
86–75Flag of Tunisia.svg
Tunisia
1993
Details
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
89–43Flag of Kenya.svg
Kenya
Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
63–57Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
1994
Details
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Flag of Zaire (1971-1997).svg
Zaire
68–48Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
53–29Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
1997
Details
Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
73–59Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg (1997-2003).svg
DR Congo
Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
90–62Flag of Kenya.svg
Kenya
2000
Details
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
71–63Flag of Tunisia.svg
Tunisia
Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg (1997-2003).svg
DR Congo
80–79Flag of Morocco.svg
Morocco
2003
Details [1]
Flag of Mozambique.svg  Mozambique Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
69–63Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
61–47Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
2005
Details [2]
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
64–57Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
59–51Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg (2003-2006).svg
DR Congo
2007
Details [3]
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
63–56Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
73–58Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
2009
Details [4]
Flag of Madagascar.svg  Madagascar Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
72–57Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
76–57Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg
Ivory Coast
2011
Details
Flag of Mali.svg  Mali Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
62–54Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
71–62Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
2013
Details [5]
Flag of Mozambique.svg  Mozambique Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
64–61 (OT)Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
56–53Flag of Cameroon.svg
Cameroon
2015
Details
Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
81–66Flag of Cameroon.svg
Cameroon
Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
65–55Flag of Angola.svg
Angola
2017
Details
Flag of Mali.svg  Mali Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
65–48Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
75–52Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
2019
Details
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
60–55Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
66–54Flag of Mozambique.svg
Mozambique
2021
Details
Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon Flag of Nigeria.svg
Nigeria
70–59Flag of Mali.svg
Mali
Flag of Cameroon.svg
Cameroon
53–49Flag of Senegal.svg
Senegal
^n/a A round-robin tournament determined the final standings.
^w/o Withdrew.

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal 118322
2Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria 5027
3Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg  DR Congo 3418
4Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt 2215
5Flag of Angola.svg  Angola 2057
6Flag of Mali.svg  Mali 1247
7Flag of Madagascar.svg  Madagascar 1001
8Flag of Mozambique.svg  Mozambique 0336
9Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia 0202
10Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon 0134
11Flag of Guinea.svg  Guinea 0101
Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 0101
Flag of Somalia.svg  Somalia 0101
14Flag of the Central African Republic.svg  Central African Republic 0011
Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana 0011
Flag of Togo.svg  Togo 0011
Totals (16 nations)25252575

Tournament awards

Most recent award winners (2021)
YearWinner
2021 Flag of Nigeria.svg Adaora Elonu
YearPlayerPositionTeam
2021 Ezinne Kalu Guard Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria
Marina Ewodo Forward Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon
Adaora Elonu Forward Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria
Yacine Diop Forward Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal
Mariam Coulibaly Center Flag of Mali.svg  Mali

Participating nations

Nation Flag of Guinea.svg
1966
Flag of the United Arab Republic.svg
1968
Flag of Togo.svg
1970
Flag of Tunisia.svg
1974
Flag of Senegal.svg
1977
Flag of Somalia.svg
1979
Flag of Senegal.svg
1981
Flag of Angola.svg
1983
Flag of Senegal.svg
1984
Flag of Mozambique.svg
1986
Flag of Tunisia (1959-1999).svg
1990
Flag of Senegal.svg
1993
Flag of South Africa.svg
1994
Flag of Kenya.svg
1997
Flag of Tunisia.svg
2000
Flag of Mozambique.svg
2003
Flag of Nigeria.svg
2005
Flag of Senegal.svg
2007
Flag of Madagascar.svg
2009
Flag of Mali.svg
2011
Flag of Mozambique.svg
2013
Flag of Cameroon.svg
2015
Flag of Mali.svg
2017
Flag of Senegal.svg
2019
Flag of Cameroon.svg
2021
Years
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria 498881011118
Flag of Angola.svg  Angola Bronze medal africa.svg 67 Bronze medal africa.svg 56 Bronze medal africa.svg 5546 Bronze medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg 465819
Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon Bronze medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg 4786764 Silver medal africa.svg 810 Bronze medal africa.svg 13
Flag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde 7999105
Flag of the Central African Republic.svg  Central African Republic Bronze medal africa.svg 69124
Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg  Congo 792
Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg  DR Congo Silver medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg 4 Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg 74779615
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg 6778877613
Flag of Gabon.svg  Gabon 972
Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana 6 Bronze medal africa.svg 123
Flag of Guinea.svg  Guinea Silver medal africa.svg 578811910129
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast 4556558848758714
Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya 5 Silver medal africa.svg 412101197
Flag of Madagascar.svg  Madagascar Gold medal africa.svg 1083
Flag of Mali.svg  Mali Bronze medal africa.svg 4874476955 Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg 55 Bronze medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg 19
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 41
Flag of Mauritius.svg  Mauritius 121
Flag of Mozambique.svg  Mozambique 45 Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg 46 Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg 465 Silver medal africa.svg 644517
Flag of Niger.svg  Niger 1082
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria 57 Bronze medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg 5546 Bronze medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg 13
Flag of Rwanda.svg  Rwanda 992
Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal 4 Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Bronze medal africa.svg Gold medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg Silver medal africa.svg 424
Flag of Somalia.svg  Somalia 5 Silver medal africa.svg 2
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 86911125
Flag of Tanzania.svg  Tanzania 81
Flag of Togo.svg  Togo 64 Bronze medal africa.svg 104
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia Silver medal africa.svg 564 Silver medal africa.svg 611101011121112
Flag of Uganda.svg  Uganda 9102
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 7122
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