|Date||R||Home v Away||-|
|07/25 16:00||-||아일랜드 v 룩셈부르크||59-69|
|07/25 13:00||-||Kosovo Women v 말타||70-60|
|07/24 17:00||-||룩셈부르크 v 말타||89-46|
|07/24 14:00||-||아일랜드 v Kosovo Women||86-72|
|07/24 11:00||-||Andorra Women v 사이프러스||36-87|
|07/22 16:00||-||룩셈부르크 v 사이프러스||90-60|
|07/22 13:00||-||말타 v 아일랜드||48-78|
|07/20 16:00||-||사이프러스 v Kosovo Women||68-70|
|07/20 13:00||-||아일랜드 v Andorra Women||104-33|
|07/01 18:45||1||덴마크 v 룩셈부르크||93-59|
|07/01 16:30||1||노르웨이 v 말타||59-67|
|07/01 14:15||1||사이프러스 v 아일랜드||82-75|
The FIBA Women's European Championship for Small Countries is the lowest-ranked tier of the biannual FIBA EuroBasket Women competition, organized by FIBA Europe.
This championship was first introduced in 1989, as the Promotion Cup, the competition organized for the lowest ranked European national basketball teams. Since then, the competition has been held biannually. In 2007, the Promotion Cup was officially renamed EuroBasket Division C.
In 2011, after the divisional system for the FIBA EuroBasket was abolished, the FIBA EuroBasket Division C was renamed FIBA European Championship for Small Countries.