PLAY BASKETBALL

Want to know more about basketball and where you can play? Everything you need to know is right here

Basketball South Australia and our member Associations and Clubs offer many opportunities to play basketball. There is a program or competition to suit all ages and abilities whether you are after a social competition or pathway opportunity, there will be something for you.

For any assistance, please contact our team via phone (08 7088 0070) or email

Competitions and Programs

Aussie Hoops

Aussie Hoops is Basketball Australia’s official introductory junior game development program for 5-10 year olds and their families

Domestic Basketball

Domestic Basketball competitions are played on Saturday afternoon and managed by clubs at designated venues

Metro/District Basketball

The Basketball South Australia district competition is a competition involving male and female Junior (Under 10 – Under 18), Youth League (Under 21 & 23) and Senior (open age) teams

NBL1 Central

NBL1 Central (previously named Premier League) is Basketball South Australia’s leading basketball competition for South Australia’s senior elite men and women teams

High Performance

Basketball SA's High Performance Program is a three-tier system designed to identify and develop the skills and basketball IQ of young players who aspire in all levels of basketball

Metro Social Basketball League

The Metro Social Basketball League (MSBL) is a social competition that offers various age groups and abilities for people wanting to play. Mini > Senior > Masters > Inclusive

3x3 Basketball

3x3 is simple and flexible enough to be played anywhere by anybody. All you need is a hoop, a half-court and six players

Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair is a reverse-inclusion social competition, welcoming people without disabilities to the challenge of participating in activities traditionally designed for those with disabilities

Walking Basketball

Walking Basketball is a low-impact, social and fun way to improve the levels of physical activity for inactive and slightly active Australians, including those recovering from injury

Country Basketball

There are many regional basketball associations, where you can start to play