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Mens Olympic Facts

  • Date:
    Nov 20, 2019

 

Dates:  July 

Location:  Saitiama, Japan

Olympic Qualified Teams:

Japan (Host)
Argentina (Americas Zone)
Australia
France
Iran
Nigeria
Spain
USA

FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments / June 23-28, 2020

Thel 24 teams that will compete in the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments for Men were confirmed following the conclusion of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 and the release of the updated FIBA World Ranking, presented by NIKE.

The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 produced seven directly qualified teams for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Japan received automatic qualification as the hosts of the event.  

Japan (Host)
Argentina (Americas Zone)
Australia (Asia/Oceania Zone)
France (Europe Zone)
Iran (Asia/Oceania Zone)
Nigeria (Africa Zone)
Spain Europe Zone)
USA (Americas Zone)

The four remaining places in the 12-team Tokyo 2020 Olympic field are reserved for the winners of each of the four FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments, set to take place on June 23-28, 2020.  

FIBA announced on Nov. 15, 2019, the sites of the four FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments

Victoria, Canada

Split, Croatia

Kaunas, Lithuania

Belegrade, Serbia

 

The FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments will include the 16 best-placed non-qualified teams from the FIBA Basketball World Cup and two highest-ranked countries per region in the FIBA World Ranking, presented by NIKE.

The ranking was updated to include the latest results from the World Cup.

Those teams are: Angola and Senegal (Africa), Mexico and Uruguay (Americas), China and Korea (Asia-Oceania), and Croatia and Slovenia (Europe).


 

 

FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments Draw:  November 27, 2019

16 Teams Qualified For FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments:

Angola 

Brazil

Canada

China

Croatia 

Czech Republic

Dominican Republic

Germany

Greece

Italy

Korea

Lithuania

Mexico

New Zealand

Poland

Puerto Rico

Russia

Senegal

Serbia 

Slovenia

Tunisia

Turkey 

Uruguay

Venezuela

 

 

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