06 - 14
August 2022

Media accreditation

The media accreditation process for all FIBA Youth European Championships 2022 is now underway.

Accreditation for all six Division A Youth Championships is centralized and media representatives, local and international, wishing to cover those events in-person must apply through the FIBA Media Portal

No other form of application will be accepted.


  • 1. Log-in to the FIBA Media Portal or, if you are a new user, create a new profile;
  • 2. Select the Qualifying Tournament you wish to attend under the "My Events" section (to be found at the top of profile page);
  • 3. Complete all registration fields as necessary;
  • 4. IMPORTANT : you will be able to request a “remote coverage accreditation”. This accreditation type will allow you to follow the event remotely and receive additional content to support your coverage of the event from afar.
  • 5. Make sure that all tabs are filled out correctly and the information is saved. Following registration, you must receive an accreditation submission confirmation email.



Creating a profile or logging in to a previous existing account is not an application in itself; you must make certain that after your create a profile (account) you also proceed to apply for the event (as per steps #1-5 above).

Your email address and password will allow you to access and modify your application form up until the application deadline. All applicants are responsible for their travel visa, should one be required.

*The deadline to apply for the FIBA U18 Women's European Championship Div. A (Aug. 6-14, Heraklion, GRE) is July 30.


FIBA is solely responsible for the delivery of accreditation decisions. The application information submitted is subject to a review process, the availability of space and a security check.

Should you have any questions, please contact media.operations@fiba.basketball.


FIBA reserves the right to reverse its decision on an approval, or withdraw an accreditation at any time if it deems that the concerned party was in breach of accreditation rules and guidelines.


All accredited media are expected to fully respect and comply with COVID-19 related travel and health guidelines in the host country, which, among others, may restrict access to certain areas and activities inside the venue.