Welcome to the 7th Asia Pacific Cup 2018
The 7th Asia Pacific Youth Basketball Cup will run from Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 October, 2018. As well as teams from the 8 nations including Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Thailand and Singapore that attended in 2017, we now have interest from Malaysia, Guam, New Zealand, Sweden, Germany, Serbia, USA and (can someone tell me where these are), the Northern Mariana Islands
Some teams confirmed for 2018 are, YMS ASBC - Bogor, Indonesia, The Reader - Bulacan, Philippines, UWCSEA Phoenix - Singapore, Sehati BC - Jawa Tengah, Indonesia, Sunny Bank Hurricanes - Queensland, Australia, Sharks BC - Singapore, HangTuah BC - Jakarta, Indonesia, Shanghai Stallions - Shanghai, China, Dubai College - Dubai, UAE, Playfield's Academy - Jakarta, Indonesia, Catholic High - Singapore, ISF Academy - Hong Kong, Indonesia Thunder - Bandung, Indonesia, Woodvale High - Perth, Australia, Grizzlies BC - Singapore, Buzzer BC - Banten, Indonesia, Yushun Town Sec - Singapore, Pacers Basketball - Bengaluru, India, Shanghai Select - Shanghai, China, Rajawali - Bandung, Indonesia, Pinoy Youth Dreamers - Manila, Philippines, HKBA - Hong Kong, Rock Star Academy - Jakarta, Indonesia, Proform BC - Singapore, Jakarta Warriors - Jakarta, Indonesia, Garden International - Kuala Lumpa, Malaysia, Gagas Ceria - Bandung, Indonesia
Other teams with expressions of interest are, Ol'Aces BC - Northern Marianas Islands, Active Kidz Basketball - Shanghai, China, Victoria BC - Jakarta, Indonesia, Ateneo de Davao University - Philippines, Team USA - Los Angelos, USA, Bogor Raya Basketball Club - Bogor, Indonesia, Traill International - Bangkok, Thailand, SFL Spurs - Shanghai, China, Perth Pacers - Perth, Australia, SMA Negeri 1 Baleendah - Bandung, Indonesia, Indian High School - Dubai, UAE, Ace's BC - Guam, St.Francis Degree College for Women - Hyderabad, India
The 6th Asia Pacific Youth Basketball Cup hosted 74 teams and over 850 players from 8 nations including Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Thailand and Singapore.
At the Tournament in 2017, we were all impressed with the high standard of competition, sportsmanship and astounding behaviour displayed by all players across all games. It was evident that all players enjoyed meeting teams and players from other countries and many new friendships were formed.
John McAuliffe and Ulli Niedermeyer would like to formally take the opportunity to sincerely thank all the players, club, coaches and parents for their support during the Asia Pacific Basketball Cup 2017 and hope to see returning and new teams in 2018.
Thank you and we hope to see you at our next Asia Pacific Basketball Youth Cup!
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All competing teams have the opportunity to train at SHOT ZONE whilst visiting Singapore. Shot Zone is Asia’s first purpose-built basketball training facility. It might give you the edge you need to win the Cup!
All competitors and spectators stand a chance to win some great prizes. Simply take an amazing action shot and post it on Instagram or Facebook.
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