FIBA 3x3 Rules of the Game
Please click here to download the Official FIBA Basketball Rules for 3x3 in table format - version created January 2013.
Please click here to download the Official FIBA Basketball Rules for 3x3 in text format - version created January 2013
Looking for the official 3x3 Scoresheet? Click here to download the FIBA version from May 2012
Looking for information about FIBA's 3x3 Global Plan?
With over 250 million players worldwide and among the most played recreational sports in the world, 3x3 will become a key motor for the growth of basketball.
To achieve the aim of making 3x3 basketball the number one urban sport in the world, FIBA have developed a detailed roadmap aligned with FIBA’s mission to Unite, Promote and Develop.
Click here to go to FIBA's 3x3 home page to read all about the plans.
2012 FIBA Oceania 3x3 Championship Report
The report from the 2012 FIBA Oceania 3x3 Championship is available to download. The comprehensive report includes game results, photo gallery and organisational information. To view the report, click here.
General Information about the 2012 Youth 3x3 tournament
The first-ever FIBA Oceania Youth 3-on-3 International Tournament will be held in Coffs Harbour, Australia from 26th - 28th June 2012.
The tournament will be held for girls and boys aged 16 years and under in 2012 - players must be born 1st January 1996 or later.
All players in the Coffs Harbour event will be housed in an Athlete Village, to replicate the Olympic experience.
The games will be played outdoors, adjacent to Coffs Harbour's main beach. Specially purchased outdoor courts will be used, while music and food stalls will add to the atmosphere of the event.
All Federations in the zone have been invited to participate in the tournament, and as of November 2011 the following Federations have accepted the invitation: Australia, Fiji, Guam, American Samoa, New Zealand, Samoa, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia.
We hope that the smaller Federations in the zone will see the benefit of participating in this tournament, as it is their chance to expose their young players to an International basketball event.
For more information, please contact Judy Smith on firstname.lastname@example.org To read the information sheet sent to all Federations, please click here.