WNBL INKS NEW BROADCAST DEAL AHEAD OF 2021/22 SEASON The Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) 2021/22 season will tip-off on Thursday, December 2, showcasing a wealth...
those basketball clubs which are a member of or affiliated with an association or league) and any Aussie Hoops Provider and where the context so permits, their respective directors, officers, members, servants or agents.
Basketball in NSW and Australia is on the rise, as a nation, we are competitive at all levels of the game, Olympics, Paralympics, World Championships (Juniors and Seniors) and also in 3X3. The sport as a whole is working collectively to source new revenue streams to enable the sport to grow the game and to become less reliant on membership fees to fund our programs.
Rules of membership and participation 6. Upon registering with BA via the NRDB and payment of all fees due and payable, You will become a member of BA and where deemed to be relevant and appropriate by BA, a BA Organisation such as the state basketball association of the state in which You reside. You
Media representatives seeking to officiate at any Basketball Australia Event require accreditation which entitles access to restricted areas within the Official Stadiums. Basketball Australia is responsible for accrediting Journalists, Photographers and Videographers for all Basketball Australia Events inc the WNBL, NWBL, WNWBL, SEABL and ...
Basketball Australia Member Protection Policy 5 PART A: NATIONAL MEMER PROTE TION Y-LAW 1. Introduction asketball is everyone’s game and is one of the most popular games in the world, with 214 nations participating and around 1.2 million Australians participating in the game each year. Basketball
Basketball Australia is not-for-profit and is funded through membership, sponsorship, fund raising and government grants. Australian basketball has extensive national and state-based programs to ensure that pathways are provided for all participants in the sport, which includes the National Intensive Training Centre Program and the Australian Institute of Sport .
Today we have over 67, 000 + registered members across NSW. Basketball is an all-inclusive sport with opportunities to play across all genders, ages and disabilities. Basketball NSW head office is located at Homebush Business Village, the office is open Monday-Friday from 9-5 pm, and if you need to get in touch please, contact us here:
There are over 450,000 registered basketball players in Australia, with many hundreds of thousands more who play socially. It is a game that can be played by anybody, men, women, adults, children, old, young, the able-bodied and the disabled. Basketball truly is Everyone's Game.