USA Men's U21 World Championship Team All-Time Results & Standings

USA Men's U21 World Championship Team All-Time Results & Standings

* FIBA U21 World Championship Summary of Finishes


Gold Silver Bronze
United States 2 0 0
Australia 1 0 0
Lithuania 1 0 0
Croatia 0 1 0
France 0 1 0
Greece 0 1 0
Puerto Rico 0 1 0
Argentina 0 0 1
Brazil 0 0 1
Canada 0 0 1
Yugoslavia 0 0 1

*FIBA U21 World Championship Year-By-Year Final Standings


1993 1997 2001 2005
1. USA AUS USA LTU
2. FRA PUR CRO GRE
3. BRA YUG ARG CAN
4. ITA ARG DOM AUS
5. GRE USA ESP USA
6. ARG TUR SLO ARG
7. ESP ESP ISR PUR
8. AUS LTU AUS SLO
9. ISR KOR EGY NGR
10. ANG EGY QAT ISR
11. KOR NZL JPN CHN
12. TPE CHN KOR &IRI

LEGEND: ANG-Angola; ARG-Argentina; AUS-Australia; BRA-Brazil; CAN-Canada; CHN-China; EGY-Egypt; ESP-Spain; FRA-France; GRE-Greece; IRI-Iran; ISR-Israel; ITA-Italy; JPN-Japan; KOR-South Korea; LTU-Lithuania; NGR-Nigeria; NZL-New Zealand; PUR-Puerto Rico; QAT-Qatar; SLO-Slovenia; TPE-Chinese Taipei (Taiwan); TUR-Turkey; USA-United States of America; YUG-Yugoslavia.

& Due to visa issues, Iran did not compete in the 2005 FIBA U21 World Championship.

*All-Time USA U21 World Championship Results
(Won 29, Lost 3)

Angola (1-0)
106- 64 1993
Argentina (3-0)
111- 85 2005
95- 90 2001
84- 71 2001
Australia (1-1)
63- 81 1997
82- 56 1993
Canada (0-1)
90- 93* 2005
China (2-0)
117- 50 2005
107- 39 1997
Croatia (2-0)
89- 80 2001
88- 69 2001
France (2-0)
87- 73 1993
97- 60 1993
Israel (1-0)
98- 74 2001
Italy (2-0)
85- 72 1993
74- 71 1993
Japan (1-0)
123- 87 2001
Lithuania (3-0)
103- 83 2005
71- 66 1997
90- 66 1997
New Zealand (1-0)
85- 43 1997
Nigeria (1-0)
113- 78 2005
Puerto Rico (2-1)
99-79 2005
94- 79 2005
69- 74 1997
Slovenia (2-0)
82- 79 2005
110- 83 2001
South Korea (2-0)
128- 73 2001
94- 80 1993
Spain (1-0)
89- 62 1993
Turkey (1-0)
61- 58 1997
Yugoslavia (1-0)
95- 75 1997
* Overtime

NOTE: The FIBA U21 World Championship was originally the FIBA 22 & Under World Championship and designed for men 22-years-old or younger. FIBA lowered the age eligibility to 21-years-old or younger in December 1998 and changed the competition name to the World Championship for Young Men, before renaming the event as the FIBA U21 World Championship in 2004.