FIBA Africa

FIBA Africa
Formation 1961
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Membership
54 national associations
Website http://www.fibaafrica.com/

FIBA Africa is a zone within the FIBA basketball association which contains all 54 national African FIBA federations, it was founded in 1961.[1] FIBA Africa maintains offices in Cairo and in Abidjan.

Members

CountryRank
Aug 2016
AssociationNational teamsFIBA
affiliation
Zone 1
Algeria 068 Fédération Algérienne de Basket-Ball – FABB 1963
Libya 079 Libyan Arab Basketball Federation – LBF 1961
Morocco 060 Fédération Royale Marocaine de Basket-Ball – FRMBB
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1936
Tunisia 021 Fédération Tunnisienne de Basket-BallFTBB 1956
Zone 2
Cape Verde 063 Federação Cabo-Verdiana de Basquetebol – FCBB 1988
Gambia Gambia Basketball Association – GBA
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1972
Guinea-Bissau Federação de Basquetebol da Guiné-Bissau – FBGB 1994
Guinea Fédération Guinéenne de Basket-Ball – FEGUIBA 1962
Mali 057 Fédération Malienne de Basket-Ball – FMBB 1961
Mauritania Fédération de Basketball de la Rép Islamique de Mauritanie – FBBRIM 1964
Senegal 031 Fédération Sénégalaise de Basket-Ball – FSBB 1962
Sierra Leone Sierra Leone National Basketball Federation – SLNBF
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1991
Zone 3
Benin Fédération Béninoise de Basket-Ball – FBB 1962
Burkina Faso 091 Fédération Burkinabè de Basketball – FEBBA 1964
Ivory Coast 040 Fédération Ivoirienne de Basket-Ball – FIBB 1961
Ghana Ghana Basketball Association – GBBA 1962
Liberia Liberia Basketball Federation – LBF 1964
Niger Fédération Nigérienne de Basketbal – FENIBASKET 1963
Nigeria 016 Nigeria Basketball Federation – NBBF 1964
Togo 091 Fédération Nationale de Basketball Togo – FTBB 1963
Zone 4
Cameroon 052 Fédération Camerounaise de Basketball – FECABASKET 1965
Central African Republic 057 Fédération Centrafricaine de Basket-Ball – FCBB 1963
Chad 089 Fédération Tchadienne de Basket-Ball – FTBB
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1963
Congo 079 Fédération Congolaise de Basket-Ball – FECOKET 1962
DR Congo Fédération de Basket-Ball du Congo – FEBACO 1963
Equatorial Guinea Federación Guineana de Basquetebol – FEGUIBASKET 1994
Gabon 076 Fédération Gabonaise de Basket-Ball – FEGABAB 1965
São Tomé and Príncipe Federação Santomense de Basquetebol - FSB
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1983
Zone 5
Burundi Fédération de Basket-Ball du Burundi – FEBABU
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1994
Egypt 041 Egyptian Basketball FederationEBBFED 1934
Eritrea Eritrean National Basketball Federation – ENBF
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1997
Ethiopia Ethiopian Basketball Federation – EBBF 1949
Kenya Kenya Basketball Federation – KBF 1965
Rwanda 064 Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur – FERWABA 1977
Somalia Somali Basketball Federation – SBF 1960
Sudan Sudan Basketball Association – SBB 1953
South Sudan South Sudan Basketball Federation – SSBF
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
2013
Tanzania Tanzania Basketball Federation – TBF 1968
Uganda 089 Federation of Uganda Basketball Association – FUBA 1963
Zone 6
Angola 023 Federação Angolana de BasquetebolFAB 1979
Botswana Botswana Basketball Association – BBA 1997
Lesotho Lesotho Basketball Association – LBA
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1997
Malawi Basket Association of Malawi – BASMAL 1988
Mozambique 061 Federação Moçambicana de Basquetebol – FMB 1978
Namibia Namibian Basketball Federation – NBF
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1995
South Africa 077 Basketball South AfricaBSA 1992
Swaziland Swaziland National Basketball Association – SNBA 2000
Zambia Zambia Basketball Association – ZBA 1962
Zimbabwe 091 Basketball Union of Zimbabwe – BUZ
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1962
Zone 7
Comoros Fédération Comorienne de Basket-Ball – FCBB
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1995
Djibouti Fédération Djiboutienne de Basket-Ball – FDBB
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1979
Madagascar 082 Fédération Malagasy de Basket-Ball – FMBB 1963
Mauritius Fédération Mauricienne de Basket-Ball – FMBB
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1959
Seychelles Seychelles Basketball Federation – SBF
  • Men's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
  • Women's
    • U18/19
    • U16/17
1979

Top ten FIBA Africa teams

FIBA Africa competitions

National teams

Clubs

Current champions

Nations

Men'sWomen'sU-18 Men'sU-18 Women'sU-16 Men'sU-16 Women's
 Tunisia (2017) (2) Nigeria (2017) (3) Angola (2016) (4) Mali (2018) (7*) Mali (2017) (1*) Mali (2017) (5*)

(*) Record

Clubs

Men'sWomen's
Al Ahly (2016) (1) 1º de Agosto (2017) (3)

Summer olympics record

Men

Nation
1936

1948

1952

1968

1972

1976

1980

1984

1988

1992

1996

2000

2004

2008

2012

2016
Total
 Angola10111212125
 Central African Republic101
 Egypt15-18199-16161212127
 Morocco161
 Nigeria10112
 Senegal1515113
 Tunisia111
Total111221112111112120

Women

Nation
1996

2000

2004

2008

2012

2016
Total
 Angola121
 Mali121
 Nigeria111
 Senegal12122
 Zaire121
Total1111116

World Championship record

Men

Team
1950

1959

1970

1974

1978

1982

1986

1990

1994

1998

2002

2006

2010

2014
Total
 Algeria151
 Angola201316111015176
 Central African Republic141
 Egypt511131614245
 Ivory Coast1323203
 Nigeria13142
 Senegal141522163
 Tunisia241
Total1111112222233325

Women

Team
1971

1975

1979

1983

1990

1994

1998

2002

2006

2010

2014

2018
Total
 Angola161
 Kenya161
 Madagascar131
 Mali151
 Mozambique151
 Nigeria16Q2
 Senegal13121414151516Q7
 DR Congo1415163
 Tunisia161
Total11112122222219

See also

References

  1. "Kenyanstar Sports". www.kenyanstar.co.ke. Retrieved 2017-07-18.
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