Southeast Asia Basketball Association

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Southeast Asia
Basketball Association
The SEABA logo
The SEABA logo
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Map of Southeast Asia showing SEABA's 10 national federations
Abbreviation SEABA
Motto We Are Basketball
Type Regional sports federation
Region served Southeast Asia
Membership 10 national federations
Secretary General
Dato’ Yeoh Choo Hock
President Erick Thohir
Parent organization FIBA Asia
Affiliations FIBA
Website FIBA Asia

The Southeast Asia Basketball Association (SEABA) is a subzone of FIBA Asia consisting of countries from Southeast Asia. The ASEAN Basketball League, a professional league, is the top level of club competition run by the SEABA.

Member nations[edit]

National tournaments[edit]

SEABA Championship[edit]

Main article: SEABA Championship

The SEABA Championship is a tournament between national teams. It was first held in Segamat in 1994, and every two years thereafter. The fourth edition, which was held in Manila in 2001, changed the year of the subzone qualifiers in odd-numbered years, beginning that same year; and directly it became the main qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Championship. In 2012, the tournament was known as SEABA Cup or the SEABA Stanković Cup.

Year Host First place Score Second place Third place
1994 Malaysia Segamat  Malaysia N/A  Thailand  Indonesia
1996 Indonesia Surabaya  Indonesia N/A  Philippines1
1998 Philippines Manila  Philippines1 90–69  Thailand  Malaysia
2001 Philippines Manila  Philippines 90–73  Thailand  Singapore
2003 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Philippines1 N/A2  Malaysia  Thailand
2005 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia N/A2  Indonesia  Thailand
2007 Thailand Ratchaburi  Philippines N/A2  Indonesia  Malaysia
2009 Indonesia Medan  Philippines 98–68  Indonesia  Malaysia
2011 Indonesia Jakarta  Philippines 89–50  Indonesia  Malaysia
2012 Thailand Chiang Mai  Philippines N/A2  Indonesia  Thailand
2013 Indonesia Medan  Thailand 73-63  Malaysia  Singapore
  1. ^ Philippines took part in the 1996, 1998 and 2003 tournament with their U-22 team.
  2. ^ A round-robin tournament was used, with the team with the best record winning the championship.

Other national tournaments[edit]

SEABA Under-18 Championship[edit]

The SEABA Under-18 Championship is a tournament between national teams. The highest placers go to the FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship.

Year Host First place Result Second place Third place
1996 Philippines Santa Cruz  Philippines N/A1  Singapore  Malaysia
1998 Thailand Bangkok  Philippines N/A1  Malaysia
2002 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia N/A1  Thailand  Indonesia
2004 Philippines Lucena  Philippines N/A1  Singapore  Thailand
2006 Malaysia Segamat  Malaysia N/A1  Singapore
2008 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Philippines N/A1  Malaysia  Thailand
2010 Burma Yangon  Philippines N/A1  Malaysia  Thailand
2012 Singapore Singapore  Philippines N/A1  Indonesia  Singapore
2014 Malaysia Tawau  Philippines N/A1  Malaysia  Indonesia
  1. ^ A round-robin tournament was used, with the team with the best record winning the championship.

SEABA Under-16 Championship[edit]

The SEABA Under-16 Championship is a tournament between national teams. The highest placers go to the FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship.

Year Host First place Result Second place Third place
2011 Malaysia Banting  Philippines N/A{ref|6|1}}  Malaysia  Indonesia
2013 Indonesia Yogyakarta  Philippines N/A1  Thailand  Malaysia
  1. ^ A round-robin tournament was used, with the team with the best record winning the championship.

SEABA Championship for Women[edit]

The SEABA Championship for Women is a tournament between national teams. The winner goes to the FIBA Asia Championship for Women.

Year Host First place Score Second place Third place
1995 Thailand Surat Thani  Thailand N/A  Philippines  Malaysia
1997 Thailand Bangkok  Thailand N/A  Philippines  Malaysia
1999 Malaysia Genting  Malaysia N/A  Thailand  Philippines
2002 Thailand Phuket  Thailand N/A  Malaysia  Philippines
2004 Singapore Singapore  Singapore N/A  Thailand  Malaysia
2007 Thailand Phuket  Thailand 66-49  Philippines  Malaysia
2010 Philippines Manila  Philippines 76–54  Thailand  Malaysia
2014 Indonesia Semarang  Malaysia 65–53  Indonesia  Singapore

Professional club tournaments[edit]

The ASEAN Basketball League is a tournament among professional club teams. The winner goes to the FIBA Asia Champions Cup. Formerly, from 2000 until 2008, the tournament was known as SEABA Champions Cup.

SEABA Champions Cup[edit]

Year Host First place Score Second place Third place
2000 Malaysia Johore Bahru, Johor, Malaysia Philippines Belle Corporation 69-64 Indonesia Mahaka Satria Muda Malaysia Petronas Basketball Team
2002 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines Philippines M. Lhuillier-Guardo 117-114 (OT) Philippines Spring Cooking Oil Malaysia Petronas Basketball Team
2007 Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Philippines Harbour Centre 85-67 Indonesia Satria Muda BritAma Malaysia Petronas Basketball Team
2008 Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Indonesia Satria Muda BritAma N/A1 Philippines Harbour Centre Malaysia Malaysia National Basketball League Selection
  1. ^ A round-robin tournament was used, with the team with the best record winning the championship.

ASEAN Basketball League[edit]

Season First place Result Second place Semifinalists
2009-10 Philippines Philippine Patriots1 3–0 Indonesia Satria Muda BritAma Singapore Singapore Slingers Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Dragons
2010-11 Thailand Chang Thailand Slammers1 2–0 Philippines AirAsia Philippine Patriots Malaysia Westports KL Dragons Singapore Singapore Slingers
2012 Indonesia Indonesia Warriors 2–0 Philippines San Miguel Beermen1 Philippines AirAsia Philippine Patriots Malaysia Westports Malaysia Dragons
2013 Philippines San Miguel Beermen 3–0 Indonesia Indonesia Warriors Thailand Sports Rev Thailand Slammers Malaysia Westports Malaysia Dragons
  1. ^ Finished regular season with the best win-loss record.

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