Team ranking

Updated on 17 Oct 2017
How it works
1Novi Sad AlWahda 3,324,000
2Ljubljana 3,042,900
3Liman 2,877,700
4Zemun Master 2,698,800
5Piran 2,544,300
6Riga 2,342,400
7Belgrade 1,980,300
8Kranj 1,871,400
9Krakow R8 Basket 1,634,260
10Vitez EcosRomari 1,361,580
11Amsterdam PM Inox 1,351,800
12St Petersburg 1,348,800
13Humpolec 1,269,000
14Saskatoon 1,256,100
15Hamamatsu 1,217,500
16Sao Paulo DC 1,202,100
17Lausanne 1,197,570
18Split 1,158,500
19Rio Preto 1,135,800
20Ljubljana East 1,097,360
21Monaco 1,025,520
22Aachen 1,024,100
23Ulaanbaatar 1,012,960
24S.Mitrovica 1,007,300
25Zagreb 990,900
26Khimki 961,920
27Warsaw 941,020
28Ostrava 921,735
29Tokyo 905,740
30Paris 890,700

How it works

The maths

The FIBA 3x3 Team Ranking is calculated by adding up the FIBA 3x3 Individual World Ranking points of the 3 highest ranked players from each team. It is calculated daily at 12h00 UTC.

The role

The Team Ranking is used at the end of the season to determine which teams qualify directly for the professional season (FIBA 3x3 World Tour and 3x3 Challengers) in the following year. The number of qualified teams and their allocation is defined by FIBA before the following season begins.


The blue tickmark next to the team name means the team data has been validated by FIBA. For questions, please contact

Check out the Ranking Quick Guide and the Full Guide.