|FIBA Europe Secretary General Nar Zanolin was guiding through the draw in Freising, Germany|
The FIBA Europe 2012 Youth Championships draw took place on Sunday in Freising, Germany.
A total of 213 Men's and Women's teams were drawn in 14 Championships across three Divisions (A, B and C) and three age categories (Under-20, 18 and 16).
FIBA Europe President Olafur Rafnsson opened proceedings while the Draw was conducted by FIBA Europe Secretary General Nar Zanolin.
In Men the EuroBasket 2013 hosts, Slovenia, will test their organisational strength by staging the U20 Division A event.
For the first time in history Baltic neighbours Lithuania and Latvia will co-host two events in one year - the U18 (Liepaja, Klaipeda and Vilnius) and the U16 (Siauliai, Ogre and Riga) tournaments.
The Division B events will be hosted by Sofia, Bulgaria (U20), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (U18) and Bucharest, Romania (U16)
In Women, Hungary will stage two Division A tournaments, at Debrecen (U20) and Miskolc (U16) while the Romanian city of Timisoara will host the U18 Division A event.
The Division B events will be organised in Klatovy, Czech Republic (U20), Strumica, F.Y.R. of Macedonia (U18) and Tallinn, Estonia (U16).
The U16 Division C, Men and Women will be played in Gibraltar.
For a complete list of organisers and the dates of the Youth Championships 2012 check the FIBA Europe Calendar.