welcome to the Antilles 3x3


- Inspire, engage and unlock the potential of youth basketball players from the Lesser Antilles to be better leaders on and off the basketball court
- Promote local and international basketball activity in the Lesser Antilles islands
- Engage local/international National Federations (France, Netherlands and UK) who have overseas territories in the region
- Create a platform for promoting and highlighting FIBA IBF's commitment to using basketball as a tool for development
- Use the 3x3 platform to determine the most pressing issues facing young people and develop a long term plan that supports youth once they go back to their communities


We would like create the following changes in participants' lives:
 - Improved social networks
 - Improved understanding of the role basketball can play in meeting community and development challenges
 - Increased leadership skills
 - A network of youth leaders who can ultimately become community champions in their countries

Our Mission

To have more young people engaged in regular basketball activity and with skills to use basketball as a tool for development in their communities.

Our Vision

Our belief is if young people are given the right tools and support, they can become drivers of growth in their communities. We further believe that sport and in particular basketball is uniquely positioned to attract and inspire youth.

International Basketball Foudation

The International Basketball Foundation (IBF) was founded in 2008 by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA).
The Foundation is the social, educational and legacy arm of FIBA that addresses the role of sports and particularly basketball in society, preserving and promoting basketball's values and its cultural heritage.
Its main areas of activities are educational programmes for administrators, the management of FIBA's archives, the establishment, housing and promotion of basketball's history and memorabilia as well as the FIBA Hall of Fame. It also owns and manages the House of Basketball, FIBA's worldwide headquarters.



Route Suisse 5
1295 Mies, Switzerland

Tel.: +41 (22) 545 00 00
Fax.: +41 (22) 545 00 99

Email: info@ibf.fiba.com
Web: www.fiba.com/ibf

Caribbean Basketball Confederation

The Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) is a Sub-Sub-Zone of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) the world governing body for basketball.
Founded in 1981, to bring together 23 National Basketball Federations from the Caribbean. The CBC was preceded by the former Caricom Basketball Confederation with the inclusion of Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands in 2000.
We organise and oversee international competitions that includes the CBC Championships and 3x3 basketball.




P.O. Box 172 BH
St. Michael BB14000, Barbados

Tel1.: +1 (246) 230 8240
Tel2.: +1 (856) 418 4887

Email: info@caribbeanbasketball.com
Web: www.caribbeanbasketball.com

International Basketball Federation

FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, is the world governing body for basketball. Founded by eight nations in 1932, we now bring together 213 National Basketball Federations from all over the world. A non-profit making organisation, our mission is to develop and promote the game of basketball, uniting the wider basketball community, which counts more than 450 million players and fans. We organise and oversee international competitions including the FIBA Basketball World Cup, the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup and the Olympic Basketball Tournaments. We establish the Official Basketball Rules as well as the regulations that govern the relationships between the different members of the basketball community. FIBA is the only authority in basketball recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Route Suisse 5 - P.O Box 29
1295 Mies - Switzerland

Tel.: +41 22 545 00 00
Fax.: +41 22 545 00 99

Email: info@fiba.com
Web: www.fiba.basketball