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Southeast Asia Basketball Association

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Abbreviation  SEABA
Region served  Southeast Asia
Motto  We Are Basketball
Secretary General  Dato’ Yeoh Choo Hock
Southeast Asia Basketball Association
Type  Regional sports federation
Membership  10 national federations

The Southeast Asia Basketball Association (SEABA) is a subzone of FIBA Asia consisting of countries from Southeast Asia. The ASEAN Basketball League, a professional league, is the top level of club competition run by the SEABA.

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Member nations

  •  Brunei
  •  Cambodia
  •  Indonesia
  •  Laos
  •  Malaysia
  •  Myanmar
  •  Philippines
  •  Singapore
  •  Thailand
  •  Timor-Leste - moved to FIBA Oceania since August 2015
  •  Vietnam
  • SEABA Championship

    The SEABA Championship is a tournament between national teams. It was first held in Segamat in 1994, and every two years thereafter. The fourth edition, which was held in Manila in 2001, changed the year of the subzone qualifiers in odd-numbered years, beginning that same year; and directly it became the main qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Championship.

    SEABA Cup

    The SEABA Cup is the qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Challenge, and is held in even-numbered years.

    SEABA Championship for Women

    The SEABA Championship for Women is a tournament between national teams.

    SEABA Under-18 Championship

    The SEABA Under-18 Championship is a tournament between national teams. The highest placers go to the FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship.

    SEABA Under-16 Championship

    The SEABA Under-16 Championship is a tournament between national teams. The highest placers go to the FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship.

    Professional club tournaments

    The ASEAN Basketball League is a tournament among professional club teams. The winner goes to the FIBA Asia Champions Cup. Formerly, from 2000 until 2008, the tournament was known as SEABA Champions Cup.

    References

    Southeast Asia Basketball Association Wikipedia


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