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 ...
Host Country Final Venue Winners Losers; 2023: Philippines, Japan & Indonesia: TBC – – 2019: China: Wukesong Arena: Spain: Argentina: 2014: Spain: Palacio de Deportes: United States: Serbia: 2010: Turkey: Sinan Erdem Dome: United States: Turkey: 2006: Japan: Saitama Super Arena: Spain: Greece: 2002: United States: Conseco Fieldhouse: FR Yugoslavia: Argentina: 1998: Greece: Olympic Indoor Hall: FR Yugoslavia
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FIBA awarded hosting rights for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 to Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines in December 2017. The Group Phase will take place in all three countries, with the Final Phase to follow in the Philippine capital city of Manila.
Both countries have hosted it once each, Canada hosted the event in 1994 and United States hosted it as well in 2002. Israel. In February 2020. Israeli's Sports Minister Miri Regev informed FIBA President Hamane Niang on Israel's interest to organize the 2027 Basketball World Cup.
Milano will be one of the host cities for the EuroBasket 2022 along with Prague, Tbilisi, Berlin, and Cologne, this we be also the venue for the 2026 Olympic Winter Games, it will be one year after the winter as the Group Phase venue for the Basketball World Cup 2027.
Brazil, Argentina and Spain has hosted has hosted two times each. Argentina hosted the inaugural FIBA World Cup in 1950. World Cup 2019 was hosted by China. FIBA Basketball World Cup was known as the FIBA World Championship from 1950 to 2010. Total 18 championships has been held so far.
The FIBA Basketball World Cup will take place across 3 host countries in August & September 2023. Indonesia and Japan will each host Group Phases and the Philippines will host both Group Phases and the Final Phase. Jakarta (Indonesia), Okinawa (Japan) and Manila (Philippines), will be the hosts for the 32 competing teams. The Australian Boomers will be looking to improve on their 4th place finish in 2019, while Spain will be defending their title after a win over Argentina in 2019.
Change of host city for U17 Basketball World Cup 2022. MIES (Switzerland) - Following a request from the Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB), the change of location of the FIBA U17 Basketball World Cup 2022 has been confirmed by the FIBA Executive Committee. The event will take place in the region of Malaga, Spain, from July 2 to 10, 2022.