FIBA Africa Under-20 Championship

Short History

     The FIBA Africa Under-20 Championship was a men's under-20 international basketball competition that was governed by FIBA Africa. The first edition was held in 1992, as the African Championship for Men 22 and Under. The 2000 edition was played by under-21 teams and was renamed to the African Championship for Young Men. For the next and last edition, in 2004, it was renamed again to FIBA Africa Under-20 Championship. It was contested quadrennially with some deviations and served as the qualification tournament for the FIBA Under-21 World Championship, for the FIBA Africa region.

Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
African Championship for Men 22 and Under
1. 1992 ? ? - ? 1992 ? nations ? matches 1 venues 1 cities
2. 1996 Morocco 20 - 28 December 1996 5 nations 9 matches 1 venues 1 cities
3. 1998 Egypt 14 - 21 November 1998 7 nations 21 matches 1 venues 1 cities
African Championship for Young Men
4. 2000 Guinea ? - ? 2000 ? nations ? matches 1 venues 1 cities
FIBA Africa Under-20 Championship
5. 2004 Senegal 23 Jul - 1 Aug 2004 10 nations 19 matches 1 venues 1 cities

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
African Championship for Men 22 and Under
1. 1992 ? ANGOLA
2. 1996 Morocco EGYPT Tunisia Ivory Coast
3. 1998 Egypt EGYPT Algeria Angola
African Championship for Young Men
4. 2000 Guinea EGYPT Tunisia Algeria
FIBA Africa Under-20 Championship
5. 2004 Senegal NIGERIA Cameroon Angola

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
African Championship for Men 22 and Under
1. 1992 ? 1. Angola ? ?
2. 1996 Morocco 1. Egypt, 2. Tunisia 3. Ivory Coast, 4. Morocco
5. Algeria
Round-robin group
3. 1998 Egypt 1. Egypt, 2. Algeria 3. Angola, 4. Ivory Coast
5. Morocco, 6. Tunisia
Round-robin group
African Championship for Young Men
4. 2000 Guinea 1. Egypt, 2. Tunisia 3. Algeria, 4. Libya Round-robin group
FIBA Africa Under-20 Championship
5. 2004 Senegal Nigeria - Cameroon 83-82 Angola - Senegal 62-58 Nigeria - Angola 71-51
Cameroon - Senegal 83-81

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