Mexico women's national under-17 basketball team

The Mexican women's national under-16 and under-17 basketball team is a national basketball team of Mexico and is governed by the Asociación Deportiva Mexicana de Básquetbol. [1] It represents the country in international under-16 and under-17 (under age 16 and under age 17) women's basketball competitions.

FIBA zoneFIBA Americas
National federationADEMEBA
CoachGuillermo Torres
U17 World Cup
U16 Americas Championship
Medals Bronze: 1 (2021)

The 2019 team won the Under-17 Women's Centrobasket after beating Puerto Rico in the finals 61–56[2] and ultimately secured one of three qualifying spots for the 2020 Under-18 Women's Americas Championship,[3] which, unfortunately, were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In 2024, Mexico will host the FIBA Under-17 Women's Basketball World Cup. It will be the first time that Mexico has hosted a FIBA global event, which earn Mexico an automatic qualification as host.

U17 World Cup results

Year Championship Result
2010   France did not qualify
2012   Netherlands did not qualify
2014   Czech Republic 14th
2016   Spain 14th
2018   Belarus did not qualify
2022   Hungary 16th
2024   Mexico qualified as host
2026   Czech Republic To be determined

See also



  1. ^ "Profile - FIBA.COM".
  2. ^ Frida Arriaga triunfa con el equipo mexicano de basquetbol Domingo Fernández (El Sol de Toluca), 12 July 2019. Accessed 17 August 2020. (in Spanish)
  3. ^ México se lleva el oro en el Centrobasket femenil Sub 17 MILENIO, 11 July 2019. Accessed 12 August 2020. (in Spanish)