This course is the first step for coaches to gain formal accreditation in the sport of basketball. The course will be held at Kings Christian College from 8am to 1pm on October 15 and will cost $50 (Gold Coast Representative coaches will be refunded the amount upon completion).more
Sunday Basketball is COMING!!!!!
GC Basketball will be running a new competition starting Sunday 5th November at GC Sports & Leisure Centre.
This will be a 6 week competition.
Mixed Social and Open Men's
Come and join us for some SUNDAY ACTION!!!!!
Click here for more info >more
Please click the heading above for information on how to register for trials for the AUSA Hoops 2018 AAU Team National Trials and US College Seminar.
Several Gold Coast juniors have been successful in obtaining scholarships to US Colleges through this program. Trials will be conducted on the Gold Coast at Somerset College on the 21st of September for boys and girls, grades 9-12.more
Due to a major event this weekend - Friday - Sunday, Gold Coast Sports & Leisure Centre will not be open for Shoot Around Bookings.
Aussie Hoops will be held at Nerang PCYC 8.30am - 9.30am
Have a great weekend.more
The new season will begin at the new Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre at Carrara the week of the 3rd April - all games will be played out of this venue for the 2017 seasons.
New season team nominations close Wednesday 8th March 2017.
Check the senior competitions tab for all details regarding the new competition.more
To see if your child is eligible for Round 9 of the Queensland Government "Get Started" initiative; which could entitle your child to a voucher of $150.00 to go towards their club/association fees please click the heading above. This round opens on Wednesday January 25th 2017.more
The 2017 Senior Registration Player Information is now available under Join Basketball - Register Online in the above header. Please ensure you read through all of the information on this page before completing the online registration form as all senior competition registrations including Palm Beach will be taken through this process.more
Gold Coast Basketball has introduced a Zero Tolerance Policy in regard to poor spectator behaviour at junior competition games. This policy is not aimed at stifling or diminishing healthy supportive cheering or the ability of all spectators and parents to enjoy the spectacle of junior sport but rather to ensure that the support is done in a manner deemed appropriate under the Codes on Conduct.more