FIBA to livestream very best of 2016 youth national team competitions on YouTube and Facebook
All told, more than 840 hours of top youth national team competitions at both world and continental level will be made available to fans worldwide (with the exception of Divisions B and C events). The production criteria will vary, ranging from one to five cameras, with replays and graphics also in effect.
This unprecedented initiative comes into effect on Wednesday, when the 2016 FIBA Women's U17 World Championship tips off in Zaragoza, Spain.
Here is the list of events:
2016 FIBA U17 Women's World Championship (22 June-2 July)
2016 FIBA U17 World Championship (23 June-3 July)
FIBA U20 Women's European Championship 2016 (9-17 July)
FIBA U20 European Championship 2016 (16-24 July)
2016 FIBA Asia U18 Championship (22-31 July)
2016 FIBA Africa U18 Championship (22-31 July)
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship 2016 (23-31 July)
FIBA U18 European Championship 2016 (30 July-7 August)
FIBA U16 Women's European Championship 2016 (6-14 August)
FIBA U16 European Championship 2016 (12-20 August)
2016 FIBA Africa U18 Women's Championship (26 August-4 September)
2016 FIBA Asia U18 Women's Championship (13-20 November)