Registration procedure for #SAS2019 Tour

Registration procedure for #SAS2019 Tour

Sport Arena Streetball Tour 2019 is the 15th season of the most popular 3×3 competition in Romania. The tournaments are opened to everybody, no matter age, gender or nationality. The tour standing is the main criteria for the qualification at the Sport Arena Tour Final (Constanta, August 17-18). The Open Men winner of the Tour Final will qualify to the FIBA 3×3 World Tour Debrecen. For all the tournaments of the Sport Arena Streetball Tour 2019 (#sas2019) there are two ways of registration: EARLY BIRD: The registration process offers an early…

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15 tournaments in season number 15: Sport Arena Streetball will travel in 11 Romanian cities, from May to October

15 tournaments in season number 15: Sport Arena Streetball will travel in 11 Romanian cities, from May to October

Friends, fun, music, good vibes, prizes and of course a lot of basketball. 3×3 basketball. The new Sport Arena Streetball season starts this week-end 10-12 May in ParkLake Shopping Center with Superbet 3×3 Challenge. CHECK FULL SCHEDULE HERE! Three cities will be for the first time part of the 3×3 national tour organized by Sport Arena Streetball, Drobeta Turnu Severin, Satu Mare and Sibiu, while already traditional destinations are still included: Constanta, Iasi, Ploiesti or Timisoara. The Superbet Tour Final will take place in Constanta, August 17-18, and the winning…

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Schedule Sport Arena Streetball 2019

Schedule Sport Arena Streetball 2019

Sport Arena Streetball Tour 2019 10-12 mai Superbet 3×3 Challenge (București, ParkLake Shopping Center) 18-19 mai Raiffeisen Bank Timișoara Streetball (Shopping City) 1-2 iunie Castorii Suceava Streetball (Iulius Mall) 1-2 iunie Superbet Satu Mare Streetball (Shopping City) 15-16 iunie Raiffeisen Bank Sibiu Streetball (Shopping City) 22-23 iunie Galați Streetball (Shopping City) 22-23 iunie Superbet Cluj Streetball (Iulius Mall) 29-30 iunie FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup Qualifier (Constanța, Plaja Mamaia) 13-14 iulie Raiffeisen Bank Palas Iași Streetball (Palas Mall) 13-14 iulie Severin Streetball (Shopping City) 27-28 iulie Superbet AFI Ploiești Streetball (AFI)…

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Sport Arena Streetball 2018 season in review

Sport Arena Streetball 2018 season in review

FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup brought 3×3 basketball in a new era and highlighted an engaging year The dream court, as many called it when the picture became viral on social media, will probably remain in the memory of all 3×3 basketball lovers and there is for sure one of the highlights of the season for Sport Arena Streetball. Using 3D mapping technology during the FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup, that was hosted for a record third time in Bucharest, Sport Arena Streetball created a magic atmosphere. FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup, organized…

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A Romanian gal steers France towards the European title

A Romanian gal steers France towards the European title

The FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup has turned The Metropolitan Circus of Bucharest into a spectacular basketball arena for three days. Ana Maria Filip, a Romanian-born basketball player, who plays for France, was the star of the 2018 FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup which ended on Sunday evening in Bucharest. Ana led France to the European title and was nominated in the All-Tournament Team. On the men’s side, four-times world champion Serbia broke the curse in the European competition and won its first-ever title in four appearances. Nearly 2,000 spectators attended Sunday’s…

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Injury-hit Bosnia&Herzegovina is faced with a fiery debut at FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup

Injury-hit Bosnia&Herzegovina is faced with a fiery debut at FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s men will participate for the first time at the FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup. Sitting 25th in the FIBA Ranking – Men, Bosnia and Herzegovina completes the strongest group in the competition scheduled to take place at the Bucharest Metropolitan Circus,  September 14-16th. Group A is the only one of the four on the field featuring three nations ranked inside the Top 25 FIBA Federation Ranking. Based on the bone-structure of the powerful team Vitez – a Top 15 team in the World Ranking at the beginning of…

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Mukubu Bosses Belgium: they bring an U18 World Champion to Bucharest

Mukubu Bosses Belgium: they bring an U18 World Champion to Bucharest

Belgium competes for the second time at the FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup, lining up at the start as an outsider capable of overturning hierarchies, given their unlikely victory at the U18 World Championship last year. Belgian players make sporadic appearances on the 3×3 tour and only one athlete scores in the Top 200 Individual World Ranking, but at the U23 level. In a team where experience rules, the team leader is veteran Wen Boss Mukubu, a Belgian player of Congolese origin, who played a decisive part in his national team’s…

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Riga, back-to-back titles at the Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger. Paris Squad, with Olympian Emilie Gomis, won the women tournament

Riga, back-to-back titles at the Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger. Paris Squad, with Olympian Emilie Gomis, won the women tournament

After one of the most spectacular games of the season, Riga won for the second time in a row Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger, edging in the final Novi Sad Al Wahda by just one point, 21-20. The tournament took place in ParkLake Shopping Center, the exquisite mall from District 3 of the Romanian capital city. Nauris Miezis scored the final basket of a game filled with spectacular passes, a rain of two point field goals and some amazing display of skills, hard work and determination from both teams. It was…

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Serbians dominate the first day of the Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger. In the Women Master, Paris Squad, Stiinta Bucharest and Rome were undefeated after Day 1

Serbians dominate the first day of the Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger. In the Women Master, Paris Squad, Stiinta Bucharest and Rome were undefeated after Day 1

The last two winners of the FIBA 3×3 World Tour, Novi Sad Al Wahda and Zemun had very little to worry about in the first day of the Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger. Both advanced in the Quarter Finals with two wins in the pool phase, both scoring 42 points in two games. But if Novi Sad had some easy breezy wins against the local teams from Bucharest, Zemun had to overpower Tokyo and Venice ItalBasket after some hot games 22-18 with the Japanese team and 20-19 with the Italian team….

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Gdansk and Split advanced on the Main Draw at Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger

Gdansk and Split advanced on the Main Draw at Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger

The seventh edition of the Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger started this morning in the ParkLake Shopping Center and after the games from the Qualifying Draw, Gdansk Energa 3×3 from Poland and Split Statist from Croatia advanced on the Main Draw. Split won both pool games, 22-19 with Geneva (SUI) and 21-7 with Tbilisi Old Eagles (GEO). In the other pool, all three teams won one game, but Gdansk scored 36 points to top the pool in front of The Hague, 32 points and Winnipeg 30 points. The Polish team won…

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