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FIBA Oceania

FIBA Oceania
Formation 1969
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Southport, Gold Coast
Queensland, Australia
21 national associations
Official language
Bob Elphinston
Website FIBA Oceania

FIBA Oceania is a zone within Oceania. It has 21 FIBA Federations and is headquartered in Southport, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The current FIBA Oceania President elect is Bob Elphinston of Australia.

Its prime event is the FIBA Oceania Championship, which was established in 1971 and has traditionally been dominated by Australia. Yet, on some occasions, New Zealand has defeated its rival, which was first accomplished in 1978.[1]


  • Members 1
  • Top two FIBA Oceania teams 2
  • Competitions 3
    • Current champions 3.1
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Country Association National teams FIBA
 American Samoa American Samoa Basketball Association 1976
 Australia Australian Basketball Federation Inc. 1947
 Cook Islands
Guam Basketball Confederation 1974
Basketball Association of the Northern Mariana Islands 1981
Solomon Islands Amateur Basketball Federation 1987

Top two FIBA Oceania teams

Rank Team Points
11 C 219
21 72
C Current zone champion


Current champions

Men's Women's U-18 Men's U-18 Women's U-16 Men's U-16 Women's
Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia Australia


  1. ^ FIBA Oceania Championship - Overview,, Retrieved 28 October 2015.

External links

  • FIBA Oceania official website
  • Basketball Australia official website
  • Basketball New Zealand official website
  • NBL official website
  • WNBL official website
  • Aussie Basketball
  • Aussie BBall
  • OZ Hoops Boards

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