08 - 11
February 2024

Media Information


All local/national and international media representatives wishing to attend the FIBA Women’s Qualifying Tournament must apply directly via the FIBA Media Portal.  

The application period will open on Thursday 4th January

and close on Sunday 4th February 2024 (00:00 CET)


Only professional members of the media that have fully completed and submitted their accreditation request online within the deadline will be taken into consideration.   

A step-by-step guide on how to apply for an accreditation can be found here .


Media credentials will be awarded based on the professional history of the applying media at FIBA and basketball events, the relevance of the media outlet represented to the event and basketball in general, as well as space availability in the venues. 

FIBA is ultimately responsible for the delivery of the accreditation decisions and distribution of badges for the event. 

For further queries don’t hesitate to email media.operations@fiba.basketball


A visa is an official document that allows the bearer to legally enter a foreign country.  All members of the media that require a visa to enter the host country, are responsible to apply themselves in their diplomatic mission/embassy in their respective country of residence. You can find here the information for the Belgian embassies and consulates. 

    • When traveling to Belgium, you need a valid passport or ID card with which to identify yourself.
    • Your passport or ID card must be valid during your entire stay in Belgium.
    • Corona entry requirements do not apply to Belgium.
    • There are no particular security risks for traveling to Belgium.

How to get from Brussels Airport to Antwerp

By Train

You can take the train from Brussels Airport Zaventem (Level -1) to Antwerp-Central. This takes about 30 minutes and costs a minimum of 15 euros. This would be the easiest option.

By Taxi

Another option is to take a taxi at Brussels Airport Zaventem and give directions to the hotel. The ride should take between 30-45 minutes in normal traffic conditions. Taxis at Brussels airport don’t have a flat rate fee to Antwerp, instead, they charge using a taximeter based on distance, which will be around 120 euros.

By Bus

Every two hours, there’s a direct Airport Express bus to Antwerp, which takes about 45 minutes. A one-way ticket costs about 10 euros.