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FIBA awarded hosting rights for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 to Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines in December 2017. Eighty national teams are in the hunt to secure their spot in the 32 team tournament through six World Cup qualifying windows, which take place from November 2021 to February 2023.
FIBA Basketball World Cup. FIBA EuroBasket (Europe) – 6 berths. FIBA AfroBasket (Africa) – 3 berths. FIBA Asia Cup (Asia) – 3 berths. FIBA AmeriCup (Americas) – 5 berths. FIBA Oceania Championship (Oceania) – 2 berths. Defending Olympic Champion – 1 berth, removed from the zone of the Olympic ...
The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 took place in China from August 31 to September 15. With a record 32 participating teams, the tournament saw 92 games played over 16 days: Final Standings; Competition System; Statistical Leaders; All Time Medalists
USA Basketball’s road to the 2023 Basketball World Cup got a little tougher after the Americans were handed a surprising loss at Mexico in a qualifying game. By Associated Press Nov. 29, 2021
Under the FIBA World Cup qualifying format, two games per window will be played and a total of six windows will be held to qualify teams for the 2023 World Cup. Each competition window is nine days. The first-round competition windows dates are: Nov. 22-30, 2021; Feb. 21-March 1, 2022; and June 27-July 5, 2022; while the second-round dates are set for Aug. 22-30, 2022; Nov. 7-15, 2022; and Feb. 20-28, 2023.
FIBA has agreed a rights deal with France Télévisions that will see the broadcaster carry national team games through to the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 on free-to-air television. The deal will kick off with the match between France and Montenegro on Friday, November 26 and include the World Cup from the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia in August-September 2023.
Liz Cambage has ‘zero’ interest playing for Australia at basketball World Cup Star centre rules herself out of contention on social media Follows Basketball Australia reprimand over on-court row
December 6, 2021. With less than 300 days out until the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup in Sydney, the much anticipated 24 strong Opals squad was finalised today. The squad will suit up for international duties starting in Serbia on 10 February with the goal of a podium finish on home soil in September 2022.
New WNBL season an audition for 2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup in Sydney By Megan Hustwaite Posted Fri 3 Dec 2021 at 9:30pm Friday 3 Dec 2021 at 9:30pm Fri 3 Dec 2021 at 9:30pm