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Ghana national basketball team

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Ghana national basketball team

FIBA ranking Not ranked
Joined FIBA 1962
FIBA zone FIBA Africa
National federation Ghana Basketball Association (GBBA)
Olympic Games
Appearances None
Medals None
FIBA World Cup
Appearances None
Medals None
African Championship
Appearances None
Medals None
Light jersey
Team colours
Dark jersey
Team colours

The Ghana national basketball team represents Ghana in international competitions. It is administrated by the Ghana Basketball Association (GBBA).[1]

Ghana's senior national team only plays friendly games, despite its potentials and to the dismay of its fans. Ghanaian basketball players have played in some of the world's strongest leagues such as the US-based NCAA or the Spanish Liga ACB. The country does have a U-18 national team that competes at the FIBA Africa Under-18 Championship.

Ghana is Africa's most populous nation to never qualify for a major international basketball tournament.


Performance at Summer Olympics

yet to qualify

Performance at World championships

yet to qualify

Performance at FIBA Africa Championship

yet to qualify

See also

External links

  • Basketball Ghana | Your one stop for all basketball news in Ghana
  • Presentation on Facebook


  1. ^ [1],, accessed 6 August 2013.
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