FIBA Asia Under-20 Championship

Short History

     The FIBA Asia Under-20 Championship was a men's under-20 international basketball competition that was governed by FIBA Asia. The first edition was held in 1993, in Hong Kong, as the Asian Basketball Confederation 22 & Under Championship or ABC Under-22 Championship. The 2000 edition was played by under-20 teams and was renamed to the Asian Championship for Young Men. For the next and last edition, in 2004, it was renamed again to FIBA Asia Under-20 Championship. It was contested quadrennially and served as the qualification tournament for the FIBA Under-21 World Championship, for the FIBA Asia region.

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
Asian Basketball Confederation 22 & Under Championship
1. 1993 Hong Kong ? - ? 1993 ? nations ? matches ? venues ? cities
2. 1996 China 1 - 9 November 1996 16 nations 58 matches 2 venues 1 cities
Asian Championship for Young Men
3. 2000 Qatar 22 - 30 August 2000 14 nations 45 matches 1 venues 1 cities
FIBA Asia Under-20 Championship
4. 2004 Iran 29 Sep - 8 Oct 2004 15 nations 53 matches 1 venues 1 cities

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
Asian Basketball Confederation 22 & Under Championship
1. 1993 Hong Kong CHINESE TAIPEI South Korea Japan
2. 1996 China SOUTH KOREA China Saudi Arabia
Asian Championship for Young Men
3. 2000 Qatar QATAR South Korea China
FIBA Asia Under-20 Championship
4. 2004 Iran IRAN China Qatar

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
Asian Basketball Confederation 22 & Under Championship
1. 1993 Hong Kong 1. Chinese Taipei, 2. South Korea 3. Japan, 4. Philippines ?
2. 1996 China South Korea - China 79-71 Saudi Arabia - Kazakhstan 68-54 South Korea - Saudi Arabia 103-70
China - Kazakhstan 76-67
Asian Championship for Young Men
3. 2000 Qatar Qatar - South Korea 89-75 (OT) China - Japan 97-83 Qatar - China 74-60
South Korea - Japan 94-84
FIBA Asia Under-20 Championship
4. 2004 Iran Iran - China 75-50 Qatar - South Korea 67-65 Iran - Qatar 57-46
China - South Korea 94-83

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