The draw was held and the FIBA ​​windows for the 2023 World Cup are already known

This Tuesday the draw for the qualifying windows was held for the 2023 World Cup, which will have a triple venue in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia for the first time and will be played between August 25 and September 10 of that year.

The windows will be the following:

1) November 20-30, 2021

2) February 21 to March 1, 2022

3) June 27 to July 5, 2022

4) August 22-30, 2022

5) November 7-15, 2022

6) February 20-28, 2023

The qualifying system in America will be the same as in 2019, with four groups of four teams, playing all against all. The first three will advance to a second round of 12 countries, which will be divided into two zones of six, a stage to which they drag the results against the opponents they have already faced. Of these six zones, the first three will get a direct ticket to the World Cup, just like the best fourth. In total, then, there will be seven tickets to America.

This is the composition of groups by continent.


Group A: Argentina, Venezuela, Panama and Paraguay

B Group: Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and Chile

Group C: Canada, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands and Bahamas

Group D: United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Chile


Group A: Serbia, Latvia, Belgium and Slovakia

B Group: Greece, Turkey, Great Britain and Belarus

Group C: Slovenia, Croatia, Finland and Sweden

Group D: Germany, Poland, Israel and Estonia

Group E: France, Montenegro, Hungary and Portugal

Group F: Lithuania, Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bulgaria

Group G: Spain, Ukraine, Georgia and Macedonia

Group H: Italy, Russia, the Netherlands and Iceland


Group A: Nigeria, Mali, Uganda and Cape Verde

B Group: Tunisia, Cameroon, South Sudan and Rwanda

Group C: Angola, Ivory Coast, Central African Republic and Guinea

Group D: Senegal, Egypt, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo


Group A: New Zealand, South Korea, Philippines * and India

B Group: Australia, China, Japan and Taipei

Group C: Jordan, Lebanon, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia

Group D: Iran, Kazakhstan, Syria and Bahrain

* The Philippines and Japan have a guaranteed place in the 2023 World Cup as organizers