There are over 400,000 registered basketball players in Australia, with many hundreds of thousands more who play socially.
It is a game that can be played by anybody, men, women, adults, children, old, young, the able-bodied and the disabled. Basketball truly is Everyone's Game.
There are also many thousands of people who enjoy the rewards of being regular coaches, referees, statisticians, scorekeepers, officials and administrators.
Are you looking to get involved with a basketball team as a player, coach, official or volunteer but don't know where to start? Enter your postcode in the Association locator to find an Association near you.read more
Basketball Australia is the governing and controlling body for the sport of basketball in Australia and is located across two offices in South Melbourne, Victoria and Waterloo, Sydney.
The members of Basketball Australia are the state/territory basketball associations. BA runs the WNBL, national teams and national junior championships.
Basketball is an Olympic and Paralympic sport and shares one of the highest international profiles and in 2008 Australia's proud tradition with on court success continued, with Australia winning 3 medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games.read more
Australian Rollers captain Brad Ness and head coach Ben Ettridge, will headline the upcoming “Get Involved” Wheelchair Basketball Clinic in conjunction with the Coca-Cola Australia Foundation and the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC).
Dandenong will host a number of Australia’s best young players for this year’s U20 Australian Junior Championships. With the FIBA U19 World Championship just around the corner, this tournament may prove to be the last chance for these athletes to impress.
In preparation for the 2015 Global Games to be held in Ecuador, Simon Robinson has named a ten-player squad to represent the Australian Boomerangs to compete in an international friendly against Japan.