Qualification for the FIBA Men’s Basketball World Cup 2023 involves 80 international teams from across the globe. Split into regional groups, teams compete against each other in round-robin-style tournaments to book their place at next summer’s headline event. World Cup qualification takes place over six windows of group games, running right up to February 2023, when the final few spots will be decided ahead of the competition start date. The 80 international teams are split into regional qualifiers based on their continental competition. They are: FIBA Africa. FIBA Americas. FIBA Europe. FIBA Asia and FIBA Oceania.
FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers Fixtures
Find latest fixtures and big matchups for FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers below. With Courtside 1891, fans can watch all the group games from every window of the continental qualification process. There’s a feast of basketball action to enjoy from Asia and Oceania and the next wave of qualification games from across Europe.
Browse the latest FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 qualifiers here.
FIBA World Cup Qualifiers Scores
Keep tabs on the latest nail-biting action from the next round of FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers. With limited spots at next summer’s main event left, the big names in basketball will be duking it out on the court to ensure they can fly their national colours and represent their nation at FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023. Find out the latest scores with Courtside 1891.
World Cup Qualifiers FAQs
When is the FIBA Basketball World Cup?
The FIBA Men’s Basketball World Cup 2023 will start on August 25, 2023, with the final taking place a few weeks later on September 10.
Where is the FIBA Basketball World Cup?
The 2023 competition is the first to be hosted by multiple nations, with the Philippines, Indonesia and Japan playing host to the late summer competition.
How many countries take part in the FIBA Basketball World Cup?
There are 32 spots up for grabs at the 2023 tournament, with international teams across the globe competing for a place in the grand finale via a rigorous qualification process.