FIBA Oceania

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FIBA Oceania
FIBA Oceania logo.jpg
TypeSports federation
HeadquartersSuite 1801, Level 8, Tower 1, 56 Scarborough Street, Southport, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
22 national associations
Official language
New Zealand Burton Shipley
WebsiteFIBA Oceania

FIBA Oceania is a zone within FIBA (International Basketball Federation). It is one of FIBA's five continental confederations. FIBA Oceania is responsible for the organization and governance of the major international tournaments in Oceania. It has 22 FIBA Federations and is headquartered in Southport, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The current FIBA Oceania President is Burton Shipley from New Zealand.

Its prime events were the FIBA Oceania Championship for men and the FIBA Oceania Women's Championship. The men's championship, established in 1971, was dominated by Australia. Yet, on some occasions, New Zealand defeated its rival, which was first accomplished in 1978.[1] Australia was even more dominant in the women's tournament, first held in 1974; the Opals won all but one of its editions, with New Zealand winning only the 1993 edition. Both Oceania Championships held their last editions in 2015. Since then, FIBA Oceania and FIBA Asia national teams compete for a single championship for each sex—the men's FIBA Asia Cup and the FIBA Women's Asia Cup.


Country Association National teams FIBA
 American Samoa American Samoa Basketball Association 1976
 Australia Basketball Australia 1947
 Cook Islands
 F.S. Micronesia Federated States of Micronesia Basketball Association 1986
 Fiji Fiji Amateur Basketball Federation 1979
 Guam Guam Basketball Confederation 1974
 Marshall Islands Rep. of the Marshall Islands Basketball Federation Inc. 1987
 Nauru Nauru Basketball Association 1975
 New Caledonia Région Fédérale de Nouvelle Calédonie de Basketball 1974
 New Zealand Basketball New Zealand 1951
 Norfolk Island
 Northern Mariana Islands Basketball Association of the Northern Mariana Islands 1981
 Palau Palau Amateur Basketball Association 1988
 Papua New Guinea Basketball Federation of Papua New Guinea 1963
 Solomon Islands Solomon Islands Amateur Basketball Federation 1987
 Timor-Leste National Basketball Federation of East Timor 2013
 Tuvalu Tuvalu Basketball Association 1987
 Vanuatu Vanuatu Amateur Basketball Federation 1966

Top two FIBA Oceania teams[edit]

C Current zone champion

* updated 28 November 2017


Organized by FIBA Oceania[edit]

Organized by FIBA Oceania subzones[edit]

Current champions[edit]

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


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

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