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Ball Out 3x3 Opens Registration for 3x3 National Tour

London, England - Ball Out 3x3 have announced the 6th edition of the Ball Out 3x3 Summer Tour for 2019. This year the tournament has expanded to events in the three major cities in the country repeating last summer's highly successful '3x3 National Tour'.

The strapline for the summer is Respect The Grind - in translation, "respect the hard work and dedication that it takes to succeed."

National Tour Dates

13/14 July – London

3 August – Manchester

4 August – Birmingham

17 August – London Final

Categories - U14 boys, U16 boys, U18 men, U18 women, Men, Women and Elite men

Register online as spots go very quickly

Last year was the third event endorsed by FIBA 3x3 with an all expenses FIBA 3x3 World Tour ($40,000 prize money) spot up for grabs, and this year Ball Out 3x3 will be offering the same.

We will be announcing some of our exciting sponsors on the lead up to our first event.


University of Birmingham - Sport & Fitness is an iconic new club providing world-class opportunities for everyone in the region, from beginner to elite athlete. The Munrow Sports Arena is the perfect venue for a basketball match. The 2000m₂ arena holds three full basketball courts with spectator viewing and digital scoreboards for the ultimate competitive experience. It opened in May 2017 and is one of the best facilities in the country.

The National Basketball Performance Centre (NBPC) Manchester - Part of Belle Vue Sports Village. It features a purpose-built hall with 3 courts developed to FIBA standards for international competition and a multi-sports hall with a further 2 basketball courts. The NBPC show court, which has basketball lines only, also features FIBA scoreboards, 24 second cubes, red LED fitted backboards and Olympic standard portable baskets. Each court has six full-size baskets that are height adjustable; four practice baskets and two competition baskets. There is also TV lighting and broadcast capability. The NBPC is home to our national teams and performance programmes. It’s also a base for local basketball teams, schools, a centre for coach education, events, talent development and community mass participation programmes.


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