The FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 tips off in Sydney, Australia, tomorrow. Witness the largest international women’s basketball competition as the world’s best take to the court. The World Cup features the world's top 12 women's national teams, playing 38 games across 10 exciting days of competition.
Australia’s impressive World Cup history fuels the excitement having been runners-up in 2018 and winning in 2006. The USA will present fierce competition as defending World and Olympic Champions.
Lauren Jackson, Australia’s most decorated basketballer, is returning to the green and gold after retiring from international basketball 9 years ago. This is your chance to witness Jackson in action and cheer on the Opals on home soil!
The Australian Government welcomes players and spectators alike to the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022. We wish all teams the best in their quest for the World Cup.
Bring the family for some fun these school holidays and get involved in the action! Visit the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 website to find out more information.