I'm an agent

  • Licensing Process  

    In order to obtain a FIBA Agents’ license, all candidates must:

    1. Complete the below online registration
    2. Attend one FIBA session at the cost of an administrative fee of CHF 250.00 (Swiss Francs)
    3. Arrange their trip and provide for their own transportation and accommodation costs
    4. Pass the interview and written test successfully
    5. Pay the renewable yearly membership fee when ready to operate with the FIBA status.

    Test Locations

    Europe:  Two regular sessions held in spring and autumn.

    Americas: So far once a year according to demand generally in autumn .

    Oceania:  Southport, Australia : Two regular sessions held throughout the year.

    Asia:  Singapore : Two regular sessions held throughout the year. 

    For more information regarding the upcoming FIBA Agents Tests, please click here or contact agents@fiba.basketball.

    Test Material

    The FIBA Agents test consists of a multiple choice questionnaire in English language only, based on the FIBA Internal Regulations. In particular, it focuses on the following topics and sections of Book 3 + link to our Internal Regulations:

    Test process:

    Certification process (general)

    Test material - IR Book 3:

    Eligibility of Players, International Transfers and Registration
    Regulations Governing Players’ Agents
    Standard Contract - Player's Agent and Player
    Suggested Contract main points - Club and Player
    Letter of Clearance (LOC) Fee

    Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT)

    Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT) – IR

    Click here for more information about the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT).

    Test Exceptions

    Active BAR & NBPA/WNBPA members shall contact FIBA to enquire about special conditions.

    For more information please contact us at agents@fiba.basketball.

  • Filters:

    Please note that information about Agents’ clients list is updated by the Agents themselves. Therefore, FIBA makes no warranties, express or implied, or representations as to the accuracy of such content. As a result, it shall not be possible for anyone to rely on such information as a fully accurate source.