30 December, 2021
01 January, 2022

Eight teams set for FIBA 3x3 U23 Nations League Final

BUCHAREST (Romania) - After six stops from five different conferences, we now have our field for the FIBA 3x3 U23 Nations League Final taking place September 17-18, 2021.


The Nations League is a FIBA 3x3 national team competition for men and women under the age of 23 launched in 2017. 2021 marks the 4th edition. It offers an opportunity for future talents to hone their skills in preparation for the open category (FIBA 3x3 World Cup, Olympic Games, etc.). A record 28 teams competed in five different conferences this season. The winners of each conference, the two best teams in the tour standings (not yet qualified and combining all conferences) and the Romanian hosts will participate in the Bucharest final.

With all conferences finished the following teams have qualified:

Host: Romania
Conference winners: Egypt, Russia, Lithuania, France, Lithuania U21
Best-ranked, non-conference winners: Poland, Israel

Host: Romania
Conference winners: Egypt, Poland, Lithuania, France, Czech Republic U21
Best-ranked, non-conference winners: Mongolia, Netherlands


The pools for the Final were seeded based on the 3x3 U23 federation rankings.

Pool A: Russia, Lithuania U21, Egypt, Romania
Pool B: Lithuania, France, Israel, Poland

Pool A: Mongolia, Egypt, France, Czech Republic U21
Pool B: Netherlands, Romania, Lithuania, Poland

Make sure to tune in to all of the action live on the FIBA 3x3 YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch channels.