27 September
03 October, 2021
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About the Event

Can Japan make it five in a row?

Japan won their fourth consecutive Asian crown after beating China 71-68 in the Final in Bengaluru. Will the 2020 Tokyo Olympics silver medalist win their fifth consecutive trophy?

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Event Timeline

  • 27 Sep 21 Group Phase
  • 30 Sep 21 Qualification to Semi-Finals
  • 1 Oct 21 Rest Day
  • 2 Oct 21 Semi-Finals
  • 3 Oct 21 Final

Standings

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  • Group A W/L P
    1 [JPN] Japan 1/0 2
    2 [IND] India 0/1 1
    3 [KOR] Korea 0/0 0
    3 [NZL] New Zealand 0/0 0
    Group B W/L P
    1 [CHN] China 0/0 0
    2 [AUS] Australia 0/0 0
    3 [TPE] Chinese Taipei 0/0 0
    4 [PHI] Philippines 0/0 0
    • Qualification Semi-Finals
    • 1/2 FINALS
    • FINAL

    Qualification Semi-Finals

    B2
    -
    A3
    -
    #14 | Thu 30 Sep Thu 30 Sep Watch on
    A2
    -
    B3
    -
    #13 | Thu 30 Sep Prince Hamza
    Amman
    Thu 30 Sep Watch on

    1/2 FINALS

    A1
    -

    Winner of QSF 14
    -
    #16 | Sat 2 Oct Prince Hamza
    Amman
    Sat 2 Oct Watch on
    B1
    -

    Winner of QSF 13
    -
    #17 | Sat 2 Oct Prince Hamza
    Amman
    Sat 2 Oct Watch on

    FINAL


    Winner of SF 16
    -

    Winner of SF 17
    -
    #20 | Sun 3 Oct Prince Hamza
    Amman
    Sun 3 Oct Watch on

    3rd PLACE


    Loser of SF 16
    -

    Loser of SF 17
    -
    #19 | Sun 3 Oct Prince Hamza
    Amman
    Sun 3 Oct Watch on

Host country: Jordan


For the first-time ever, the FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021 - Division A will take place in Amman, Jordan. The flagship women's national team competition will not only crown the continental Champions, but will also qualify four (4) teams to the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 Qualifying Tournaments. 

The West Asian county will also host the Division B games,  taking place in November 2021.

Korea has the most winners medals in this competition, winning it 12 times with the last back in 2007 at home in Incheon.