Tunisia women's national basketball team

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Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia
FIBA ranking 90 Increase2.svg 2 (9 August 2021) [1]
Joined FIBA 1956
FIBA zone FIBA Africa
National federation FTBB
Coach Ricardo González Dávila
Nickname(s)The Eagles of Carthage
( نسور قرطاج )
Olympic Games
AppearancesNone
MedalsNone
World Cup
Appearances 1
MedalsNone
AfroBasket Women
Appearances12
MedalsSilverSilver medal africa.svg (1974, 2000)
African Games
Appearances2
MedalsNone
Pan Arab Games
Appearances4
MedalsGoldGold medal with cup.svg: (1999)
SilverSilver medal with cup.svg: (1992, 1997, 2004)
Medal record

Tunisia women's national basketball team (Arabic : منتخب تونس لكرة السلة للسيدات), nicknamed Les Aigles de Carthage (The Eagles of Carthage or The Carthage Eagles), is the nationally controlled basketball team representing Tunisia at world basketball competitions for women. It is administered by the Tunisia Basketball Federation (FTBB). [2] (Arabic : الاتحاد التونسي لكرة السلة)

Contents

In 2007, they were the third highest ranked African team in the world after Senegal and Nigeria.

Tournament record

Summer Olympics

Summer Olympics
Appearances : None
YearPositionTournament
From Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg 1976 To Flag of Japan.svg 2020 Did not qualify

World Championship

FIBA World Championship
Appearances : 1
YearPositionTournamentHost
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 2002 16th 2002 FIBA World Championship in 9 host cities

AfroBasket

 Champions    Runners-up    Third place    Fourth place

AfroBasket Women
Appearances : 12
YearPositionTournamentHost
Flag of Guinea.svg 1966 1966 FIBA Africa Championship Conakry, Guinea
Flag of the United Arab Republic.svg 1968 1968 FIBA Africa Championship Cairo, United Arab Republic
Flag of Togo.svg 1970 1970 FIBA Africa ChampionshipTogo Lome, Togo
Flag of Tunisia.svg 1974Silver medal africa.svg 1974 FIBA Africa Championship Tunis, Tunisia
Flag of Senegal.svg 19775 1977 FIBA Africa Championship Dakar, Senegal
Flag of Somalia.svg 1979 1979 FIBA Africa Championship Mogadishu, Somalia
Flag of Senegal.svg 19816 1981 FIBA Africa Championship Dakar, Senegal
Flag of Angola.svg 1983 1983 FIBA Africa Championship Luanda, Angola
Flag of Senegal.svg 1984 1984 FIBA Africa Championship Dakar, Senegal
Flag of Mozambique.svg 1986 1986 FIBA Africa Championship Maputo, Mozambique
Flag of Tunisia.svg 19904 1990 FIBA Africa Championship Tunis, Tunisia
Flag of Senegal.svg 1993 1993 FIBA Africa Championship Dakar, Senegal
Flag of South Africa.svg 1994 1994 FIBA Africa Championship Johannesburg, South Africa
Flag of Kenya.svg 1997 1997 FIBA Africa Championship Nairobi, Kenya
Flag of Tunisia.svg 2000Silver medal africa.svg 2000 FIBA Africa Championship Tunis, Tunisia
Flag of Mozambique.svg 20036 2003 FIBA Africa Championship Maputo, Mozambique
Flag of Nigeria.svg 2005 2005 FIBA Africa Championship Abuja, Nigeria
Flag of Senegal.svg 200711 2007 FIBA Africa Championship Dakar, Senegal
Flag of Madagascar.svg 200910 2009 FIBA Africa Championship Antananarivo, Madagascar
Flag of Mali.svg 201110 2011 FIBA Africa Championship Bamako, Mali
Flag of Mozambique.svg 2013 2013 FIBA Africa Championship Maputo, Mozambique
Flag of Cameroon.svg 2015 2015 FIBA Africa Championship Yaoundé, Cameroon
Flag of Mali.svg 201711 2017 FIBA Africa Championship Bamako, Mali
Flag of Senegal.svg 201912 2019 FIBA Africa Championship Dakar, Senegal
Flag of Cameroon.svg 202111 2021 FIBA Africa Championship Yaoundé, Cameroon

African Games

African Games
Appearances : 2
YearPositionTournamentHost
Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg 1965 1965 African Games Brazzaville, Congo
Flag of Nigeria.svg 1973 1973 African Games Lagos, Nigeria
Flag of Algeria.svg 1978 1978 African Games Algiers, Algeria
Flag of Egypt.svg 1991 1991 African Games Cairo, Egypt
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg 1995 1995 African Games Harare, Zimbabwe
Flag of South Africa.svg 1999 4th 1999 African Games Johannesburg, South Africa
Flag of Nigeria.svg 2003 2003 African Games Abuja, Nigeria
Flag of Algeria.svg 2007 7th 2007 African Games Algiers, Algeria
Flag of Mozambique.svg 2011 2011 African Games Maputo, Mozambique
Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg 2015 2015 African Games Brazzaville, Congo

Arab Championship

Arab Championship
Appearances : 7
YearPositionTournamentHost
Flag of Syria.svg 1989 Gold medal icon.svg 1989 Arab Championship Damascus, Syria
Flag of Syria.svg 1992 Silver medal icon.svg 1992 Arab Championship Damascus, Syria
Flag of Egypt.svg 1994 Silver medal icon.svg 1994 Arab Championship Cairo, Egypt
Flag of Lebanon.svg 1997 Silver medal icon.svg 1997 Arab Championship Beyrouth, Lebanon
Flag of Jordan.svg 1999 Gold medal icon.svg 1999 Arab Championship Amman, Jordan
Flag of Jordan.svg 2003 Silver medal icon.svg 2003 Arab Championship Amman, Jordan
Flag of Egypt.svg 2017 Silver medal icon.svg 2017 Arab Championship Cairo, Egypt

Pan Arab Games

Pan Arab Games
Appearances : 4
YearPositionTournamentHost
Flag of Morocco.svg 1985 1985 Pan Arab Games Rabat, Morocco
Flag of Syria.svg 1992 Silver medal icon.svg 1992 Pan Arab Games Damascus, Syria
Flag of Lebanon.svg 1997 Silver medal icon.svg 1997 Pan Arab Games Beirut, Lebanon
Flag of Jordan.svg 1999 Gold medal icon.svg 1999 Pan Arab Games Amman, Jordan
Flag of Algeria.svg 2004 Silver medal icon.svg 2004 Pan Arab Games Algiers, Algeria
Flag of Egypt.svg 2007 Not held women's tournament 2007 Pan Arab Games Cairo, Egypt
Flag of Qatar.svg 2011 Did not compete 2011 Pan Arab Games Doha, Qatar

Jeux de la Francophonie

Jeux de la Francophonie
Appearances :
YearPositionTournamentHost
Flag of Niger.svg 2005 Bronze medal icon.svg Jeux de la Francophonie 2005 Niamey, Niger
Flag of Lebanon.svg 2009 Bronze medal icon.svg Jeux de la Francophonie 2009 Beirut, Lebanon

Current roster

Roster for the 2021 Women's Afrobasket. [3]

Tunisia women's national basketball team roster
PlayersCoaches
Pos.No.NameAge – Date of birthHeightClubCtr.
PF 00 Rabeb Rebai 25 – (1996-04-19)19 April 19961.87 m (6 ft 2 in) Espoir Cap Bon Flag of Tunisia.svg
SF 3 Nadia Hamzaoui 23 – (1997-11-27)27 November 19971.83 m (6 ft 0 in) Ezzahra Sports Flag of Tunisia.svg
C 4 Rabeb Abidi 20 – (2001-08-10)10 August 20011.85 m (6 ft 1 in) CS Sfaxien Flag of Tunisia.svg
SG 6 Marwa Shili 21 – (1999-12-14)14 December 19991.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Étoile du Sahel Flag of Tunisia.svg
PF 7 Houda Hamrouni 27 – (1994-02-07)7 February 19941.86 m (6 ft 1 in) Espoir Cap Bon Flag of Tunisia.svg
G 8 Maroua Baccar 27 – (1994-06-12)12 June 19941.76 m (5 ft 9 in) CS Sfaxien Flag of Tunisia.svg
PG 11 Wafa Loubiri 26 – (1995-06-18)18 June 19951.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Étoile du Sahel Flag of Tunisia.svg
PF 12 Nour Nasri 17 – (2004-02-14)14 February 20041.84 m (6 ft 0 in) Sportif de Bizerte Flag of Tunisia.svg
G 13 Meriem Hamrouni 32 – (1989-07-15)15 July 19891.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Ezzahra Sports Flag of Tunisia.svg
C 23 Rania Laouini 25 – (1996-06-03)3 June 19961.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Club Sportif Flag of Tunisia.svg
PF 32 Mariem Trabelsi 20 – (2001-01-11)11 January 20011.80 m (5 ft 11 in) CS Sfaxien Flag of Tunisia.svg
SG 93 Meriam Mallat 28 – (1993-01-01)1 January 19931.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Club Sportif Flag of Tunisia.svg
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
Legend
  • Club – describes last
    club before the tournament
  • Age – describes age
    on 18 September 2021

See also

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References

  1. "FIBA Ranking Presented by Nike". FIBA. 9 August 2021. Retrieved 9 August 2021.
  2. FIBA National Federations – Tunisia, fiba.com. Retrieved 7 March 2015.
  3. "Afrobasket 2021 (Dames) : La liste de la Tunisie dévoilée". africafootunited.com. 15 September 2021.
  4. "Team Roster Tunisia". fiba.basketball. Retrieved 18 September 2021.