Armenia men's national basketball team
|FIBA ranking||82 2 (3 March 2020)|
|FIBA zone||FIBA Europe|
|FIBA World Cup|
|Championship for Small Countries|
| Armenia 83–64 Moldova |
(Ciorescu, Moldova; 28 June 2016)
| Armenia 92–40 Wales |
(Ciorescu, Moldova; 30 June 2016)
| Denmark 90–64 Armenia |
(Copenhagen, Denmark; 28 July 2018)
The Armenian national basketball team (Armenian: Հայաստանի բասկետբոլի ազգային հավաքական, Hayastani basketboli azgayin havak'akan) is the national basketball team representing Armenia. The national team is directed by the Basketball Federation of Armenia. The head of the federation is Hrachya Rostomyan since 2006.
In December 2015, it was announced that the men's national team would play in its first official tournament ever in Summer 2016, after joining the 2016 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries. The team won the tournament by beating Moldova national basketball team in the gold medal game 79–71.
Armenia's debut in major competition was in the 2019 World Cup qualification, where despite achieving three wins in six matches, it was eliminated in the first round. In 2018, after qualifying to the EuroBasket 2021 second round of the pre-qualifiers, the team withdrew due to financial constraint.
Armenia will come back to the competition in 2020, to play in the European Championship for Small Countries.
Roster invited for 25 February 2018 game vs. Albania.
|Armenia men's national basketball team roster|
|Pos.||Starting 5||Bench 1||Bench 2|
|C||Luke Fischer||Ararat Kochinyan|
|PF||Andrew Chrabascz||Arkadiy Mkrtychyan||Mikayel Pogosyan|
- Armenia women's national basketball team
- Armenia national under-19 basketball team
- Armenia national under-17 basketball team
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