The FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup, also known as the Basketball World Cup for Women or simply the FIBA Women's World Cup, is an international basketball tournament for women's national teams held quadrennially. It was created by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). Its inaugural game was in 1953 in Chile, three years after the first men's World Championship.
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The FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup, known from 1953 to 2014 as the FIBA World Championship for Women, is the biggest international women's basketball competition that brings together the best teams from across all our regions - Africa, Americas, Asia/Oceania and Europe. The 19th edition of FIBA's flagship women's event will take place in ...
National teams will qualify for the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup - FIBA's flagship women's competition - via four global FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 Qualifying Tournaments taking place from February 10-13, 2022. The qualifying tournaments will feature a total of 16 teams, determined by their results from the four FIBA Women's Continental Cups 2021 as follows:
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The 2022 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup, the 19th edition of FIBA 's premier international tournament for women's national basketball teams, will be held in Sydney, Australia between 22 September and 1 October 2022. The United States are the three-time defending champions.
FIBA organises the most famous and prestigious international basketball competitions including the FIBA Basketball World Cup, the FIBA World Championship for Women and the FIBA 3x3 World Tour.
2021 FIBA Women's AmeriCup: San Juan: 11–19 June 2021: 4 Brazil Canada Puerto Rico United States: EuroBasket Women 2021: Strasbourg Valencia: 17−27 June 2021: 6 Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina France Russia Serbia: 2021 Women's Afrobasket: Yaoundé: 17–26 September 2021: 2 Mali Nigeria: 2021 FIBA Women's Asia Cup: Amman: 27 September–3 October 2021: 4
MIES (Switzerland) - FIBA has awarded the hosting rights for the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 to Basketball Australia. Basketball Australia and the Russian Basketball Federation were the two finalists bidding to host FIBA's women’s flagship event two years from now. The decision was taken by FIBA's Central Board today, which took place via video conference, having both candidates submit their bids and then each give presentations to the Central Board.
USA women's teams have won eight gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze medal while compiling an 86-13 overall record in U19/Junior World Cup play since the event was launched in 1985. Even more impressive, the USA has posted a 62-3 record and won seven of the past eight U19 golds since 2005. U19 World Cup History.
The first-ever FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup will take place in Tenerife, Spain from September 22-30 2018, where 16 teams from around the world will do battle to be crowned world champions. Overview