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Federation of International Basketball Associations
This is our FIBA Basketball Referees Collection. Founded in Geneva, in 1932, FIBA was originally known as Federation Internationale de Basket-ball Amateur. In 1989 they dropped the word ‘amateur’ but kept the ‘A’. The federation represents 215 national associations in 5 regions, Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceana.
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FIBA is the international ruling body for the sport of basketball. Therefore, this is where leagues and associations around the world get their rules, regulations and statutes. There are hundreds of thousands of basketball referees within the FIBA umbrella. They are responsible international events such as the Olympics and the World Cup tournaments.
The Collection is loaded with links to contacts, assignments, personalities and news posts. The quick links will take you to the important FIBA information that referees need to have. The posts and links you find on this page and in this collection have all been handpicked by humans. No bots or robots.
There are over 100 pages of referees and umpires across the website, highlighting dozens of sports. The site was created using over 10,000 Twitter posts and retweets. Plus, we added hundreds of links, videos and podcasts from around the world. Providing easy access to education, entertainment and important information to sports officials of all stripes. Thanks for visiting today. We hope to see you again! Have an excellent day!
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