Sport Arena Streetball Tour 2018, the 3×3 basketball marathon from June to September

Oradea will host the Tour Final on August 18-19.

After the official opening of the season, that took place in May at Nike 3×3 Challenge, the 3×3 Romanian national tour organized by Sport Arena Streetball will go on as a running fire starting this weekend to late September.

With 15 popular tournaments and three major international competitions, this will be one of the busiest summers in the history of Sport Arena Streetball, a competition that entered its 14th season.

The caravan of the new Olympic discipline will start the Romanian expedition in Galati, this weekend, June 2-3, in the Shopping City Galati. The Moldavian tour will continue in Iasi and Suceava, in consecutive weekends June 9-10 and 16-17.

After a one year break, the Sport Arena Streetball Tour it’s coming in Cluj Napoca, the city that hosted Eurobasket 2017. The 3×3 tournament will be played on June 9-10 at Iulius Mall. A total premiere for 3×3 basketball in Romania is represented by the stop in the city of Caracal, June 16-17. The 3×3 ballers will be welcomed there by the US Army soldiers based in Deveselu, who are keen to play some hoops in a FIBA Endorsed competition.

Also for the first time in history the tour will make stops in Ramnicu Valcea and Piatra Neamt, while traditional stops as Baneasa Shopping City in Bucharest, Timisoara, Ploiesti or Constanta are back in the schedule.

Sport Arena Streetball 2018 will be concluded with Oradea Final, August 18-19. The fast developing north-western Romanian city is a powerhouse in basketball, with the home team playing the Final of the Romanian National League for the third time in the past five years. Now, also the 3×3 basketball will visit Oradea, for the second year in a row, this time with the pinnacle event of the season. The winners of the Open Men category from Oradea Final will qualify for the FIBA 3×3 World Tour.

Beside the Sport Arena Streetball Tour 2018, the worldwide known 3×3 promoter will organize three major international events in 2018.

Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger, the 7th edition, will be hosted this year by ParkLake Shopping Center, on August 11-12.

Romania will host for the third time in history the FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup, in Bucharest, September 14-16, while Constanta, the seaside resort, will host one of the Qualifiers, June 30 – July 1st.

Here is the full schedule of the year for Sport Arena Streetball:

Date Event Registrations on
11-13 May Nike 3×3 Challenge – Bucharest, ParkLake Finished
2-3 June Superbet Galati Streetball – Shopping City 28 mai, 15.00 CET (GMT+3)
9-10 June Raiffeisen Bank Cluj Napoca Streetball – Iulius Mall 4 June, 15.00 CET
9-10 June Raiffeisen Bank Palas Iasi Streetball – Palas Mall 4 June, 15.00 CET
16-17 June Superbet Castorii Suceava Streetball – Iulius Mall 11 June, 15.00 CET
16-17 June Superbet Caracal Streetball – Unirii Square 11 June, 15.00 CET
30 June – 1 July FIBA 3×3 Qualifier – Constanta – Mamaia Beach, Perla Area National Team event
7- 8 July Superbet Tulcea Streetball – Civic Square 2 July, 15.00 CET
13-15 July Raiffeisen Bank Băneasa Streetball – Băneasa Shopping City 9 July, 15.00 CET
21-22 July Superbet Valcea Streetball – Shopping City 16 July, 15.00 CET
21-22 July Superbet Piatra Neamt Streetball – Shopping City 16 July, 15.00 CET
28-29 July Superbet Ploiesti Streetball – AFI Ploiesti 23 July, 15.00 CET
28-29 July Raiffeisen Bank Timisoara Streetball – Shopping City 23 July, 15.00 CET
11-12 August Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger – ParkLake FIBA Qualifiers + WC
18-19 August Raiffeisen Bank Oradea Tour Final – Unirii Square Only for qualified teams
25-26 August Raiffeisen Bank Constanta Streetplay – Ovidiu Square 20 August, 15.00 CET
1-2 September Raiffeisen Bank Mega Mall Streetball – Bucharest – Mega Mall 27 August, 15.00 CET
8-9 September Superbet BeYou Targoviste Streetball – Mihai Viteazul Square 3 September, 15.00 CET
14-16 September FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup – Bucuresti National Team event

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