20 February, 2023
03 July



The FIBA AfroCan is a new competition of national teams for players on the African continent.

The first edition took place in 2019 in MALI and saw the Democratic Republic of Congo crowned champion of this competition that will take place each 4 years.

The following teams have qualified for the second edition of FIBA AfroCan thanks to their participation in the semi-finals of the previous edition held in Bamako (Mali): Democratic Republic of Congo (champion), Kenya (finalist), Angola (3rd) and Morocco (4th place).

The qualifiers will start from February 20 to 28 with zone 5 and 6 in Zimbabwe and Tanzania.

The final phase of this second edition will take place from 7 to 16 July 2023 and the host country has not yet been determined.