Great for the body and mind, joining a local basketball league will also help make new connections.
1. Easts Basketball League
The Eastern Suburbs has its own basketball league The courts are located in Waverley just off Bondi Rd, and 2mins from Bondi junction & Bondi Beach. Catering for juniors right through to seniors. Email them to register your interest. You can submit a team or enter yourself and they will try and organise a team for you.
300b Glenmore Road
2. Dulwich Newton Basketball Club
Dulwich Newton BC fields women’s and men’s teams from Premier League through to Division 6.
Newtown-Marrickville-Dulwich Hill area of inner-Sydney, NSW Australia.
Phone 0425 207 034
3. Basketball New South Wales
Basketball NSW (BNSW) has been playing and enjoying “the game” since 1938! Today they have over 55,000 (and growing) registered members across NSW. Basketball is an all-inclusive sport with opportunities to play across all genders, age and disabilities.
In eight decades, they have grown to over 86 associations today across NSW from Albury on the Victorian border, to Ocean Shores on the Queensland border, spanning as far west to Gilgandra! In fact there is an association available almost everywhere in NSW where if you want to play for fun and fitness, or dream of making the big time you can be involved in our great game whatever your goal is.
Units 27-28 Homebush
11-21 Underwood Road
Homebush, NSW 2140
Phone 02 8765 2140
4. Sydney Basketbal League
SBL is the #1 Basketball League in Sydney “Giving You More”
Cnr Avoca st & Rainbow st Randwick
Phone 61 414 866 647
5. City of Sydney Basketball
They organise social and corporate team sport competitions. They are held from Monday through to Saturday at lunchtime and after business hours. A variety of sports are currently included. Competitions are divided into men, women and mixed teams and graded as beginner or intermediate. Competition start dates are subject to change.
Offer leagues at a variety of locations around the Sydney area.
Phone 02 9265 9333
6. Norths Bears Basketball
In being the first NSW association to reach 5,000 members, NSBA can confidently claim that basketball is one of the most popular sports in Sydney’s northern suburbs. And there is certainly indications that this has been the case for at least 100 years, with SCEGGS Redlands first playing basketball against Ascham in 1912!
36 Hume St
Crows Nest, NSW
Phone 61 2 9906 7877
7. Urban Rec Basketball Leagues
This league is for all skill levels. Learner, beginner, experienced, or intermediate. Everyone is there for one reason and that’s to have fun, get fit, and try something different. The league will be levelled, and all teams will enjoy healthy matched competition.
22 Cook Rd
Phone 02 8052 4187
8. The Sydney Basketball Group
Although not as popular as other group plays in Australia, basketball is still a great sport and lots of fun… for those who love the game! If you are one of these individuals in or around Sydney – this group is for you. If you would like to play it periodically, know some playing courts and would like to organize some plays around your suburb, just let them know. The type of games would mostly be determined by the organizers when setting up the event, on-demand, or on the spot after seeing who has made it to the meetup – so a game can be anything from practice shoots, half court or whole court games. This group welcomes one and all, with no gender or any other bias.
Contact Meetup page
9. Adults Basketball Training in The City
This group is an opportunity for both males and females (over 16 years of age) to get involved in basketball. They have designed the programme with the intention of developing sport-specific skills, set a platform to adopt basketball IQ, enhance communication, increase fitness, flexibility and have loads of fun as you learn!
Contact Meetup page
10. Waratah Basketball League
The Waratah League showcases senior teams from all over the State all competing to be the Waratah League Champions.
Contact Facebook page
If you’re a member at a basketball club that’s not listed above, let us know and we’ll add it to our next list.