19 December, 2022
04 May, 2023
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About the Event

West Asia Super League (WASL)

The West Asia Super League (WASL), slated for December 19 until May 2023, promises to be an exciting and dynamic new club competition for clubs in the West Asia and Gulf regions. The Sub-Zone Group Phases will be played in home and away format and will qualify six teams from each Sub-Zone to the WASL Final 8, where they will be joined by the domestic league Champions of South Asia and Central Asia

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Event Timeline

  • 19 Dec 22 Gameday 1
  • 26 Dec 22 Gameday 2
  • 2 Jan 23 Gameday 3
  • 16 Jan 23 Gameday 4
  • 6 Mar 23 Gameday 5
  • 20 Mar 23 Gameday 6

Standings

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  • Group A W/L P
    1 [SAH] Shabab Al Ahli - Dubai 4/0 8
    2 [HIL] Al Hilal 3/1 7
    3 [KZM] Kazma 1/3 5
    4 [BSH] Al Bashaer 0/4 4
    Group B W/L P
    1 [KWT] Kuwait Club 4/0 8
    2 [MNM] Al Manama 3/1 7
    3 [SAD] Al Sadd 1/3 5
    4 [NSR] Al Nasr Riyadh 0/4 4
    • Qualification to Semi-Finals
    • 1/2 FINALS
    • FINAL

    Qualification to Semi-Finals

    B2
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    -
    -
    A3
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    -
    -
    #26 | best of 3
    A2
    -
    -
    -
    B3
    -
    -
    -
    #25 | best of 3

    1/2 FINALS

    A1
    -
    -
    -

    Winner of QSF 26
    -
    -
    -
    #27 | best of 3
    B1
    -
    -
    -

    Winner of QSF 25
    -
    -
    -
    #28 | best of 3

    FINAL


    Winner of SF 27
    -
    -
    -

    Loser of SF 28
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    -
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    #30 | best of 3

    3rd PLACE


    Loser of SF 27
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    Loser of SF 28
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    #29

The road to FIBA Intercontinental Cup


Through West Asia Super League (WASL), clubs from the West Asia, Gulf, Central Asia and South Asia Sub-Zones will have the opportunity to qualify for the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, on the road to FIBA Intercontinental Cup, FIBA's highest club competition.