The FIBA 3×3 Women’s Series will welcome the top professional 3×3 women’s teams for its fourth edition, with the season total prize money surpassing 1M USD for the first time ever. There will be exciting new destinations on the circuit program, taking it to 23 events this season and breaking the previous record of 15 held in 2019.
FIBA Secretary General Andreas Zagklis said: “It is exciting to see a record number of events announced for this 2023 season and more than double the prize money, just one year before the Olympic Games in Paris 2024. This demonstrates FIBA’s commitment to one of its key strategic priorities, Women in Basketball, and the importance of ensuring our major women’s competitions continue to grow and gain maximum impact.”
The biggest FIBA 3×3 Women’s Series season is starting tomorrow in Wuhan, China. It will be the first time the Women’s Series will be played in China since its first edition in 2019.
The list of confirmed events:
Wuhan, China: May 6-7 Astara, Azerbaijan: May 20-21 Clermont-Ferrand, France: June 9-10 Shusha, Azerbaijan: June 12-13 Xiongan, China: June 16-17 Orleans, France: June 21-22 Poitiers, France: June 27-28 Marseille, France: June 29-30 Netanya, Israel: July 3-4 Fribourg, Switzerland: July 6-7 Pristina, Kosovo: July 14-15 Bordeaux, France: July 19-20 Edmonton, Canada: July 29-30 Prague, Czech Republic: August 4-5 Yichang, China: August 4-5 Katowice, Poland, August 14-15 Melilla, Spain: August 18-19 Quebec, Canada: August 18-19 Baku, Azerbaijan: August 22-23 Debrecen, Hungary: August 27-28 Pont du Gard, France: August 31, September 1 Montreal, Canada: September 1-2 Ulaanbaatar Final, Mongolia: September 16-17
Canada will enter this season as defending champions having memorably taken the crown at last year’s Constanta Final.
FIBA 3X3 WOMEN
Created in 2019, the FIBA 3×3 Women’s Series is the number one event on the 3×3 women’s professional circuit. An exciting, urban and innovative sport, 3×3 is inspired by several forms of streetball played worldwide and is considered the most thrilling urban sport.
Steered by FIBA, games see two teams of three players face off on a basketball half-court. 3×3 made its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.