Full summer without restrictions: A perfect 3×3 basketball season is upon us at Sport Arena Streetball

The 17th season of Sport Arena Streetball is approaching its debut and, for the first time in more than two years, there will be no restrictions on events. The first tournament takes place between May 13 and 15, on the grounds of the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, the birthplace of the 3×3 phenomenon, where over 600 players are expected. Registrations for all tournaments are made on the official website, 3la3.ro, and all players are required to have an active account on the platform of the International Basketball Federation, play.fiba3x3.com. The…

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How to register to the first tournament #sas2022

The first Sport Arena Streetball tournament from 2022 will take place between 13th and 15th of May, at Poli Arena (University of Politehnica Bucharest). You can register for the event on our official website, 3la3.ro. The registrations for the first event will start Monday, 9th of May, at 3PM (Bucharest time – GMT+3) and will close on Wednesday 11th of May or when we reach the 150 registered teams limit. The participation fee for the entire 2022 season is 150 lei per player. The fee will be payed only once,…

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Sport Arena Streetball in 2021: A World Final, basketball at the Palace and a “Covid-free” season

After a year of fighting the Covid-19 pandemic, 3×3 basketball was back in full force. The year 2021 was a revival one for Sport Arena Streetball, which has hosted among others, the FIBA 3×3 World Tour Final in Jeddah, the FIBA 3×3 Finals at the Palace of Parliament and the Raiffeisen Bank Sport Arena Streetball Tour in the “University of Politehnica”, a circuit that reminded us of the romantic period of the late 2000s. Following the 2020 season in which Sport Arena Streetball reinvented itself, moving 3×3 basketball competitions online,…

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3×3 basketball makes its bow at the Palace. Germany, France and Poland crowned champions

3×3 basketball, a street edge-of-the-seat entertainment, scores an iconic sport moment in the Romanian Parliament. This year, the FIBA 3×3 World Finals took place under the impressive chandeliers of the the world’s largest, heaviest and most expensive civilian building with administrative function, fusing sport, culture and heritage under one hoop. FIBA 3×3 World Finals reunited in Bucharest 24 national teams, competing during three days in three different final tournaments, the FIBA 3×3 U23 Nations League, both men and women, and the FIBA 3×3 Women’s Series. Everything took place under the…

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From Constanța Casino to the Eiffel Tower: Eight teams have earned tickets to the FIBA 3×3 Euro Cup in Paris

In an iconic location for the city of Constanța, few steps from the famous Casino, 3×3 basketball dominated the landscape last weekend, at the qualifying tournament for the FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup, held by the City Hall of Constanța. Eight teams have obtained tickets for the final FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup tournament which will take place between September 10 and 12 in Paris, near the famous Eiffel Tower. Ukraine and Lithuania managed to qualify with both nationals, men and women. Estonia and the Netherlands for men, along with Hungary and…

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For the third time in a row, Constanța will host a qualifying tournament for the 3×3 Europe Cup

The international 3×3 basketball competitions will return to Romania at the end of June, 26-27, when Constanța will host, for the third time in a row, a qualifying tournament for the 3×3 Europe C. The FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup Qualifier tournament presented by Superbet will bring together 27 teams from 15 countries at the arranged arena on the Casino seafront. The event is organized by the Romanian Basketball Federation, the Constanța County Basketball Association and Sport Arena Streetball with the support of Constanța City Hall and will be broadcast live…

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We are back!

The Sport Arena Streetball 3×3 basketball tour resumed after a 20-month break. Around 500 players registered for this tournament that was played on the courts where this discipline started its road to the Olympic Games, at the Politehnica University of Bucharest, where the fighter from Glory, Benny Adegbuyi, came to support the youngest participants. Benny surprised the kids at the under-12 category and played with them on the court, proving that basketball played in the high school yard is never forgotten. He scored a few baskets, and the children called…

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Sport Arena Streetball: COVID-19 free area

Sport Arena Streetball 2021 complies with all the regulations in force regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and aims for Poli Arena to become a COVID FREE zone throughout the 2021 season. Details about the season, here! For this, both participating players and spectators will be subject to the following access rules: Free access for persons who are vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus and for which 10 days have passed since the finalization of the complete vaccination schedule; documents required to enter the Poli Arena sports facility: the vaccination certificate (print or…

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3×3 basketball returns: See all the details about the 2021 season Raiffeisen Bank Sport Arena Streetball

More than a year and a half after the last event, Sport Arena Streetball, the most popular 3×3 basketball competition in Romania, returns in 2021 with four events. The season will include three regular tournaments and the Final, in which the best teams from each tournament will qualify. All events will take place at the Poli Arena sports facility inside the Politehnica University of Bucharest. The first tournament will take place on June 19-20. Registrations for the first tournament are made on the official website, 3la3.ro, starting Monday, June 14,…

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Ballers with attitude: The greatest team in 3×3 history is falling apart

The world of 3×3 basketball was taken by storm in the summer of 2012, when Serbia won the first world title in Athens, in the history of this young discipline. After almost a decade of dominating the game, the boys from Novi Sad, who have made history for both their hometown and the Serbian national team, have chosen to pursue their professional careers separately. The last dance together: the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where they will try another premiere: the Olympic title at the first ever appearance of 3×3 basketball…

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