Turnpike Lane is the venue for the finale of the 6th edition of the Ball Out 3×3 Summer Tour. A feast of basketball action is in store with all the major titles being decided. Spectating is free and the action starts from 9am.
London, Manchester and Birmingham have all hosted qualifying stages this summer and this afternoon it all comes down to the Grand Final with categories acrossU14 boys, U16 boys, U18 men, U18 women, Men, Women and Elite men. The full schedule is below.
This year’s Ball Out 3×3 tournament is being held in collaboration with the 3×3 World Tour for a fourth year. The Elite Men’s champions from this afternoon’s tournament will not have too long to rest and relax as included in the prize for winning is an all-expenses trip to compete in the 3×3 World Tour on the 26th-29th August which has a $30,000 prize for first place.
Spectating is free. In the event of rain the event will be rescheduled. Checking the Ball Out 3×3 Twitter feed in case of doubt before travelling is recommended.
Matches start at 9am.
09:00 Open Registration Under 14’s, Under 16’s and Under 18’s
09:20 Team Photos
12:30 Open Registration Men, Women, Elite Men
12:45 Team Photos Men, Women, Elite Men
12:30 Under 16’s and Under 18’s Final
13:00 Presentation Under 16’s and Under 18’s
14:30 Rap Performance
14:45 Dance Performance
15:00 Dunk Contest
15:30 Quarterfinals Rec. Men, Women and Elite Men
17:30 Finals Rec. Men, Women and Elite Men
18:00 Presentation Rec. Men, Women and Elite Men
Travel tips: The best way to travel is via public transport. Turnpike Lane tube station, which is on the Piccadilly Line, is just a couple of minutes from the venue.
About Ball Out 3×3: Ball Out 3×3 is UK’s biggest 3X3 basketball tournament which takes place every summer across the best outdoor courts across the nation.
The tournament invites streetballers from all across the nation to come out and compete in any of the featured qualifying events for a shot at making the finals at the hallowed grounds of Ducketts Common (the mecca of London street basketball).
Winners from the Ball Out Finals (Elite Mens Division only) earn an all-expenses paid trip to compete in the FIBA 3×3 World Tour and the chance to win the huge cash prize.
3×3 basketball is increasingly becoming a key motor for the development of basketball.
One of the biggest strengths of 3×3 is its simplicity both in terms of RULES and in terms of required facilities, allowing it to be held in the most spectacular settings, using iconic landmarks as backdrops.
Beyond ensuring a sustained growth in the number of basketball players, FIBA has created a worldwide sports community through a network of hundreds of organisers, thousands of tournaments and millions of players. The online community play.fiba.3×3 interconnects all of these thanks to the latest digital technology.
Members of 3x3Planet can interact using their computers or mobile phones via the Mobile App that allows them to team-up with other players nearby, register for tournaments and record results of their games.
Points accumulated result in the main indicator of how good an individual player is the Ranking.
The more ballers play, the better their chances are of improving this indicator, increasing the number of games played on the courts and playgrounds everywhere, and absorbing an ever-growing number of 3x3planet.com members.
Ball Out 3×3 is part of the global network of open tournaments, from grassroots to the FIBA 3×3 World Tour, and are at the forefront of the development of 3×3 basketball, with the discipline already setting its sights on gaining Olympic status.
Ball Out 3×3 provides competitions across the following divisions:
Elite Men (UK Residents Only)
Recreational Men (UK Residents Only)
Under 18 Men
Under 18 Women
Under 16 Boys
Under 14 Girls
Under 14 Boys
Team Entry :
Under 18 £10