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FIBA Asia

FIBA Asia
Formation 1960
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Membership
44 national associations
Official language
English
President
Sheikh Saud Bin Ali Al-Thani
Website FIBA Asia

FIBA Asia is a zone within the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) which contains all 44 Asian FIBA federations.

Contents

  • Members 1
  • Top eleven FIBA Asia teams 2
  • Tournaments 3
    • Organized by FIBA Asia 3.1
      • National teams 3.1.1
      • Clubs 3.1.2
    • Organized by FIBA Asia subzones 3.2
      • National teams 3.2.1
      • Clubs 3.2.2
    • Other pan-Asian tournaments 3.3
      • National teams 3.3.1
    • Current champions 3.4
  • Performances 4
    • Summer Olympics, men 4.1
    • Summer Olympics, women 4.2
    • FIBA Basketball World Cup 4.3
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

Members

Country Association National teams FIBA
affiliation
Central Asia (CABA)
 Kazakhstan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Tajikistan
 Turkmenistan
 Uzbekistan
East Asia (EABA)
 China Chinese Basketball Association 1974
Japan Basketball Association 1936
Macau - China Basketball Association 1979
Gulf (GBA)
Qatar Basketball Federation 1973
Saudi Arabia Basketball Federation 1964
United Arab Emirates Basketball Association 1976
South Asia (SABA)
Basketball Federation of India 1936
Pakistan Basketball Federation 1958
Southeast Asia (SEABA)
Malaysia Basketball Association 1957
Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, Inc 1936
Basketball Association of Singapore 1954
Basketball Sport Association of Thailand 1953
West Asia (WABA)
Syrian Basketball Federation 1948

Top eleven FIBA Asia teams

Tournaments

Organized by FIBA Asia

National teams

Clubs

Organized by FIBA Asia subzones

National teams

Clubs

Other pan-Asian tournaments

National teams

Current champions

Tournament Last held Champion Runner-up Third place
FIBA Asia Championship 2015
China

Philippines
FIBA Asia Championship for Women 2015
South Korea
FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship 2014
South Korea
FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship for Women 2014
South Korea
FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship 2013
China

Philippines

Japan
FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship for Women 2015
China

Japan

South Korea
FIBA Asia Cup 2014
FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2013
Foolad Mahan Isfahan

Al Rayyan

ASU

Performances

  • Doesn't include classification rounds
1st Gold Medal
2nd Silver Medal
3rd Bronze Medal
SF Semifinals
FR Final round
QF Quarterfinals
R16 Round of 16
RD2 Second round
RD1 Preliminary round
WD Withdrew
DQ Disqualified
Host team

Summer Olympics, men

Nation 36

(18)
48

(23)
52

(23)
56

(15)
60

(16)
64

(16)
68

(16)
72

(16)
76

(12)
80

(12)
84

(12)
88

(12)
92

(12)
96

(12)
00

(12)
04

(12)
08

(12)
12

(12)
16

(12)
Years
WD WD RD1
10th
RD1
11th
RD1
12th
QF
8th
RD1
10th
QF
8th
QF
8th
RD1
12th
Q 10-2
RD1
12th
1
RD1
14th
RD1
11th
2
RD1
9th
RD1
10th
RD1
15th
RD1
10th
RD1
14th
RD1
11th
6
QF
8th
RD1
14th
RD1
16th
RD1
14th
RD1
9th
RD1
12th
6
QF
5th
RD1
12th
R16
9th
QF
7th
RD1
11th
RD1
13th
RD1
13th
7
RD1
13th
1
RD1
15th
1

Summer Olympics, women

Nation 76

(12)
80

(12)
84

(12)
88

(12)
92

(12)
96

(12)
00

(12)
04

(12)
08

(12)
12

(12)
16

(12)
Years
3rd RD1
6th
2nd RD1
9th
RD1
9th
SF
4th
QF
6th
7
FR
5th
QF
7th
RD1
10th
Q 3
 South Korea 2nd RD1
7th
RD1
10th
SF
4th
RD1
12th
QF
8th
6

FIBA Basketball World Cup

Nation 50

(10)
54

(12)
59

(13)
63

(13)
67

(13)
70

(13)
74

(14)
78

(14)
82

(13)
86

(24)
90

(16)
94

(16)
98

(16)
02

(16)
06

(24)
10

(24)
14

(24)
Years
RD1
11th
RD1
12th
RD2
9th
RD1
14th
RD2
8th
RD2
12th
R16
15th
R16
16th
8
RD1
19th
RD1
20th
2
RD1
13th
RD1
11th
RD1
14th
RD1
20th
5
RD1
23rd
1
RD1
11th
RD1
13th
RD1
22nd
RD1
15th
RD1
13th
RD1
16th
RD1
23rd
6
RD1
16th
RD1
18th
RD1
21st
3
RD1
24th
1
FR
3rd
QF
8th
DQ RD1
13th
FR
8th
WD RD1
21st
7-2
RD1
24th
1

See also

External links

  • FIBA Asia official website



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