FIBA launches coaching app

MUNICH, Germany - FIBA's European coaching department has developed a coaching app set to benefit coaches at all levels, globally.

The app has been built off the coaching department's long running and successful coaching website, which assists coaches to reach out to others in the community, as well as access to its vast library of coaching materials.

Some of the highlights of the app are:

  • Draw plays/drills easily with a specially designed drawing tool which takes full advantage of the tablet’s/mobile device’s capabilities;
  • Reach out to the coaching community to see and learn new plays and drills published by other coaches
  • Share your own plays and drills;
  • Save all plays in a personalised library;
  • Take your practice plans in an intuitive design to practice;
  • A coaching board for quick drawings;
  • Available both on and offline.


The app is available on both IOS and Android devices with optimal user experience enjoyed on tablets.

About FIBA
FIBA (fiba.com) - the world governing body for basketball - is an independent association formed by 215 National Basketball Federations throughout the world. It is recognised as the sole competent authority in basketball by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).




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