Teams that have qualified for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 Japan (qualified as co-host) Philippines (qualified as co-host) Australia Canada People's Republic of China Cote d'Ivoire Finland France Germany Greece Italy Latvia Lebanon Lithuania New Zealand Slovenia Spain Victor Wembanyama alongside French Olympic basketball silve medallist Rudy Gobert (2022 Getty Images)2023 Basketball World Cup Qualifiers: Europe preview Just three tickets remain for the European nations on the final approach to the World Cup and there are eight countries still in with a chance of claiming them for their own: Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Hungary, Ukraine, Belgium and Georgia.
2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers Window 6: Preview, full schedules and how to watch Window 6 of the 2023 Basketball World Cup Qualifiers will run 20-28 February 2023. Here’s what you need to know as the last spots for the Paris 2024 qualifier are won. (Picture by 2022 Getty Images)The sixth and final window of 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers has arrived and will run from 20-28 February 2023. Over the course of 14 months, 80 teams from across five regions have been battling it out for the chance to compete at this year’s World Cup taking place 25 August - 10 September jointly hosted by Japan, Indonesia and Philippines.
This means they already occupy two of the eight available spots for teams coming from Asia and Oceania. Third co-host Indonesia will not compete in the tournament after failing to improve their ranking in time. In most cases, the results from the first round have been carried through to the second across the qualifiers to ensure equal importance of every match played throughout the entire process.