FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup

American basketball players, Olympic champions in Tokyo 2020aiming for a fourth consecutive planetary title in FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 In Sydney from 22 September to 1 October.

Brianna StewartAnd the jewel Lloyd And the Ariel Atkins They returned to the national team after winning the gold medal at the Olympics last summer. They will try to achieve a new historical achievement by presenting the eleventh world title of USA team.

Eleven other countries in the Women’s Basketball World Cup starting line: Australia, Canada, Japan, People’s Republic of China, Republic of Korea, Mali, Serbia, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium and Puerto Rico.

In addition to the world title, these teams aim to qualify for Paris 2024 Olympics. The winner of the competition will win a gold medal but also a share for the next Olympiad.

Calendar, Players to Watch, Broadcaster, and Olympic Qualification: Find out everything you need to know about the Women’s Basketball World Cup.

Women’s Basketball World Cup: coordination and schedule

From September 22 to October 1, 38 matches are scheduled in Sydney on two different hosting sites Sydney Olympics 2000 : Sydney Superdome and Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre.

The 12 qualified teams were divided into two groups of six during a draw held on 3 March.

The top four from each group advance to the quarter-finals. A lottery will be held to select the posters. The competition continues in the knockout stage until the final scheduled for October 1.

The team that wins the final is crowned world champion and gets a quota for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Group A

  • Belgium

  • People’s Republic of China (CHN)

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)

  • Puerto Rico (PUR)

  • Republic of Korea (KOR)

  • United States (USA)

group b

  • France

  • Serbia (SRB)

  • Japan (JPN)

  • Mali (MLI)

  • Canada (CAN)

  • Australia

This is the complete schedule for the 2022 FIFA Women’s Basketball World Cup. Times are listed in local time. Subtract eight hours to get the CET times.

Thursday, September 22

Group A

10.30 am: BH vs PUR – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

11:30 AM USA time – Belgium vs Bale – Sydney Superdome

5:30 PM: KOR vs CHN – Sydney Superdome

group b

1:00 PM: CAN – SRB – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

2:00 PM: JPN – MLI – Sydney Superdome

8:30 pm: Australia – France – Sydney Superdome

Friday 23 September

Group A

10:30 a.m.: PUR vs USA – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

1:00 PM: BEL v KOR – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

2:30 PM: CHN vs BIH – Sydney Superdome

group b

12:00 PM: SRB – JPN – Sydney Superdome

6:00 PM: FRA – CAN – Sydney Superdome

8:30 PM: MLI – AUS – Sydney Superdome

Saturday 24 September

Group A

2:30 PM: USA – CHN – Sydney Superdome

6:00 pm: Bosnia and Herzegovina – South Korea – Sydney Superdome

8:30 PM: PUR v BEL – Sydney Superdome

group b

day off

Sunday 25 September

Group A

day off

group b

2:30 PM: MLI – FRA – Sydney Superdome

6:00 PM: AUS – SRB – Sydney Superdome

8:30 pm: Japan vs Canada – Sydney Superdome

Monday 26 September

Group A

11:30 AM: BEL – BIH – Sydney Superdome

2pm: South Korea vs USA – Sydney Superdome

5:30 PM: CHN v PUR – Sydney Superdome

group b

1.30pm: SRB vs MLI – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

4:00 PM: FRA v JPN – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

8:30 PM: AUS v CAN – Sydney Superdome

Tuesday 27 September

Group A

11:30 a.m.: PUR v KOR – Sydney Superdome

1.30pm: CHN vs BEL – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

2:00 pm: United States – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Sydney Superdome

group b

4:00 PM: MLI v CAN – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

5:30 PM: SRB – FRA – Sydney Superdome

8:30 pm: Australia – Japan v Japan – Sydney Superdome

Wednesday 28th September

day off

Thursday, September 29

12:00 PM: Quarter-finals 1 – Sydney Superdome

2:30 pm: Quarter-finals 2 – Sydney Superdome

6:00 pm: Quarter-finals 3 – Sydney Superdome

8:30 pm: Quarter-finals 4 – Sydney Superdome

Friday 30 September

5:00 pm: Semi-finals 1 – Sydney Superdome

7:30 pm: Semi-finals 2 – Sydney Superdome

Saturday 1 October

1:00 pm: Match for third place – Sydney Superdome

4:00 pm: Final – Sydney Superdome

Americans winning the 2014 World Cup

Image courtesy of 2014 Getty Images

Women’s Basketball World Cup: Players to follow

Brianna Stewart

Americans rule the world champions and Olympic champions. They come to Sydney for the World Cup as candidates.

In addition to a rich list of ten world titles and nine gold medals in the Olympic Games, USA team A talented and dense workforce with a mix of experienced players and young talents is reliable.

But if there’s one player who stands out among a slew of American superstars, it’s it Brianna Stewart.

She was voted three times as the best American female player. Above all, the 28-year-old has an incredible track record with Team USA. Since her national team debut in 2013, she has helped the United States win the gold medal in Rio 2016 Olympics and Tokyo 2020. The Seattle Storm player also has two world titles to her credit (2014 and 2018). In these competitions, she never knew defeat.

In the 2018 World Cup, she was voted Player of the Year after she finished her six matches with an average of 16.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists.

She also won this single award at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in 2021. Brenna Stewart particularly excelled in the final against Japan with 14 points, 14 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals. This performance allowed him to finish the competition with a double-double average: 15 points and 10 rebounds per game.

Brian Stewart, two-time Olympic champion

Photo by 2021 Getty Images

Jonquil Jones

Jonquil Jones He is without a doubt one of the best basketball players on the planet. She will have the opportunity to continue her progress in the 2022 World Cup.

She is currently in the WNBA Finals with the Connecticut Sun. The Bahamian citizenship has completely changed the fate of Bosnia and Herzegovina since she began representing the country in 2019.

Thanks to her, the Balkan country qualified for the first time in the EuroBasket tournament and for its first World Cup by doubling the exploits.

In the World Cup qualifiers, Jonkel Jones allowed Bosnia and Herzegovina to beat the Japanese, deputy Olympic champions, (87-82) with 36 points and 23 rebounds.

You may miss the start of the World Cup due to the end of the WNBA season but when you arrive in Sydney, the 2021 WNBA MVP will have an important role to play.

Junkel Jones is the hub of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Connecticut Sun

Photo via 2022 Getty Images

Lauren Jackson

World champion in 2006 and runner-up in 2018, Australia will have the advantage of playing at home when they welcome the world to Sydney.

proof that it is time to expel American women from their base, Lauren Jackson He returned to the national team.

The 41-year-old, who was elected to the WNBA Hall of Fame, has made an impressive comeback by being selected for the fifth World Cup of her career. Sandy Brundillo.

Lauren Jackson came out of retirement to try to write a new chapter in an already exceptional career. To date, Axle has won two WNBA titles with the Seattle Storm in 2004 and 2010, won national titles in Australia, Spain and Russia, was voted WNBA MVP four times and won four Olympic medals (three silver and one bronze).

The opal He retired from his jersey in 2016, frequent knee injuries affected his career. During her retirement, she gave birth to two sons and is now incredibly trying to get back.

Lauren Gacon returns to the national team to participate in the World Cup on her soil

Image courtesy of 2012 Getty Images

johannes navy

The star of the France national team in the 2022 Women’s Basketball World Cup is johannes navy. The Frenchwoman came off a very exciting season with the New York Liberty in the WNBA.

He averaged 10 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game in 24 games during the regular season. The native Lisieux won over the American audience with her amazing style of play. She focused on attacking, and got people talking about her privately while spotting matches with great action.

The 27-year-old is now expected to join the national team in an executive capacity. In the group chosen by Jean-Amy Tauban, she is the one who scored the most points in the national team. And his 102 picks make him one of the most experienced picks of the three revamped colors. Marin Iohannis has already participated in the 2018 World Cup and twice won the silver medal at the European Basketball Championship.

Especially illustrated during the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020, in 2021. The rear collected 11.2 points, 3 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game to help the Blues win the bronze medal.

The last five winners of the Women’s Basketball World Cup

  • 2018 – United States

  • 2014 – United States

  • 2010 – United States

  • 2006 – Australia

  • 2002 – United States

How to watch the Women’s Basketball World Cup

In France, the Women’s Basketball World Cup will be broadcast by be in sports.

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