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Identification process and registration for U16 / U19 Men’s National Team open

U19 Men

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Apr 8, 2021

TORONTO, Ont. (April 8, 2021) -- In lieu of running in-person identification camps, Canada Basketball will be accepting virtual submissions to aid the evaluation and assessment of potential Men's National Team athletes ahead of FIBA age-group competitions this summer.

U16 SCHEDULE

Virtual Training Camp: TBD

Tentative training camp dates: May 26-31 (TBD based on below)

FIBA U16 Americas: June 1 – 12, 2021 (Dates & location TBD)*

Return home: June 13 after our last game

We are calling on athletes who wish to be considered for the U16 Men’s National Team (born in 2005 and 2006) to submit an application form here.

U19 SCHEDULE

Virtual Training Camp: TBD

Tentative training camp dates: June 18-30 (TBD based on below)

FIBA U19 World Cup: July 1–11, 2021 (Riga, Latvia)

Return home: July 12 after our last game

We are calling on athletes who wish to be considered for the U19 Men’s National Team (born in 2002 onwards) to submit an application form here.


Please register by April 23, 2021 to be considered for training camp.

- You will need a valid Canadian passport to register for this process

- Passport must be valid through December 20, 2021 (U16) or January 20, 2022 (U19)

- Only those athletes selected to attend the in-person training camp will be contacted to attend the virtual training camp


Please direct questions or issues with submitting video to Phil Jevtovic – Performance Analyst / Database Manager, Men's High Performance at pjevtovic@basketball.ca

If you have any questions about the registration process, please email Sebastian Arnold – Coordinator, Men’s Basketball Operations at sarnold@basketball.ca

As the national association and governing body for the sport of amateur basketball in Canada, Canada Basketball aspires to lead the growth and development of the game at home and pursue medal performances on the international stage. Canada is currently ranked second in the FIBA world youth ranking for men and is recognized as a world leader in all aspects of basketball, striving to consistently reach the podium in FIBA competitions and the Olympic Games.