FIBA Women's Asia Cup

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The 30th edition of the competition will take place in Australia for the first time and all 20 games will be available for fans to stream around the world. Don’t miss any of the action by downloading the official Courtside 1891 App, available on iOS and Android mobile devices, or signing up via the Courtside 1891 website.

What is the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup?

Featuring the best 8 women’s national teams in Asia/Oceania and taking placing every two years, the teams will be competing to be crowned the Asia Champions as well as securing one of four places for the 2024 Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in June 2024.

Defending champions Japan will be looking to win their 6th title in a row, and 7th overall, after defeating China in the final of the 2021 edition in Amman, Jordan. 2021 bronze medalists and first time hosts Australia - known as The Opals - will be looking to win their first title after successive third places in the last two events. Opals’ guard Sami Whitcomb was the leading points scorer in the 2021 competition and was named in the All-Star team alongside Japan’s Saori Miyazaki and Himawara Akaho, and China’s Huang Sijing and Li Yueru.

Seven of the eight teams will return from the 2021 edition, joined by 2021 Women’s Asia Cup Division B champions Lebanon.

All games will be played at the Quaycentre in Sydney, a venue used during the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.

The tournament is structured into a Group Phase, consisting of two groups of four, with the top team in each group going straight to the semi-finals, second and third placed teams progressing to the qualification game and the bottom teams moving to a classification game.

When is the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2023?

The tournament runs from Monday 26th June to Sunday 2nd July 2023.

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What time are the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2023 games?

Tip-off times vary throughout the competition with the earliest games starting at 11am local time (GMT +10) and the latest games starting at 7:30pm local time (GMT +10).

Up to four games are played each day during the Group Phase. Checkout the Courtside 1891 Game Center for matchup times and the full FIBA Women's Asia Cup schedule in your country.

How To Watch the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2023?  

As the home of FIBA live streaming, Courtside 1891 is the only streaming platform with access to every FIBA Women’s Asia Cup game. Each game is subject to local market rights restrictions where official FIBA broadcast partners have exclusivity. Check out our where to watch page for the latest information.  

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