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Southeast Asia Basketball Association

The Southeast Asia Basketball Association (SEABA) is a subzone of FIBA Asia consisting of countries from Southeast Asia. The ASEAN Basketball League (ABL), a professional league, is the top level of club competition run by the SEABA.

Southeast Asia Basketball
Association (SEABA)
The SEABA logo
The SEABA logo
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Map of Southeast Asia showing SEABA's 10 national federations
AbbreviationSEABA
MottoWe Are Basketball
TypeRegional sports federation
Region served
Southeast Asia
Membership
10 national federations
Secretary General
Dato’ Yeoh Choo Hock
President
Erick Thohir
Parent organization
FIBA Asia
AffiliationsFIBA
WebsiteFIBA Asia
Formerly called
ABC SEABA

Contents

Member nationsEdit

National team tournamentsEdit

SEABA ChampionshipEdit

The SEABA Championship is a tournament between national teams. It was first held in Segamat in 1994, and every two years thereafter. The fourth edition, which was held in Manila in 2001, changed the year of the subzone qualifiers in odd-numbered years, beginning that same year; and directly it became the main qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Championship.

Year Host First place Second place Third place
1994   Segamat   Malaysia   Thailand   Indonesia
1996   Surabaya   Indonesia   Philippines Unknown1
1998   Manila   Philippines   Thailand   Malaysia
2001   Manila   Philippines   Thailand   Singapore
2003   Kuala Lumpur   Philippines   Malaysia   Thailand
2005   Kuala Lumpur   Malaysia   Indonesia   Thailand
2007   Ratchaburi   Philippines   Indonesia   Malaysia
2009   Medan   Philippines   Indonesia   Malaysia
2011   Jakarta   Philippines   Indonesia   Malaysia
2013   Medan   Thailand   Malaysia   Singapore
2015   Singapore   Philippines   Malaysia   Singapore
2017   Quezon City   Philippines   Indonesia   Thailand
  1. ^ A 3rd Place Match took place between Malaysia and Thailand but the result is unknown.

SEABA CupEdit

The SEABA Cup is the qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Challenge, and is held in even-numbered years.

Year Host First place Second place Third place
2012   Chiang Mai   Philippines   Indonesia   Thailand
2014   Batam   Singapore   Indonesia   Malaysia
2016   Bangkok   Philippines   Thailand   Singapore

SEABA Championship for WomenEdit

The SEABA Championship for Women is a tournament between national teams.

Year Host First place Second place Third place
1995   Surat Thani   Thailand   Philippines   Malaysia
1997   Bangkok   Thailand   Philippines   Malaysia
1999   Genting   Malaysia   Thailand   Philippines
2002   Phuket   Thailand   Malaysia   Philippines
2004   Singapore   Singapore   Thailand   Malaysia
2007   Phuket   Thailand   Philippines   Malaysia
2010   Manila   Philippines   Thailand   Malaysia
2014   Semarang   Malaysia   Indonesia   Singapore
2016   Malacca City   Philippines   Malaysia   Singapore

SEABA Under-18 ChampionshipEdit

The SEABA Under-18 Championship is a tournament between national teams. The highest placers go to the FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship.

Year Host First place Second place Third place
1996   Santa Cruz   Philippines   Singapore   Malaysia
1998   Bangkok   Philippines   Malaysia
2002   Kuala Lumpur   Malaysia   Thailand   Indonesia
2004   Lucena   Philippines   Singapore   Thailand
2006   Segamat   Malaysia   Singapore   Thailand
2008   Kuala Lumpur   Philippines   Malaysia   Thailand
2010   Yangon   Philippines   Malaysia   Thailand
2012   Singapore   Philippines   Indonesia   Singapore
2014   Tawau   Philippines   Malaysia   Indonesia
2016   Medan   Philippines   Thailand   Indonesia

SEABA Under-16 ChampionshipEdit

The SEABA Under-16 Championship is a tournament between national teams. The highest placers go to the FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship.

Year Host First place Second place Third place
2011   Banting   Philippines   Malaysia   Indonesia
2013   Yogyakarta   Philippines   Thailand   Malaysia
2015   Cagayan de Oro   Philippines   Malaysia   Indonesia
2017   Quezon City   Philippines   Malaysia   Thailand

Professional club tournamentsEdit

The ASEAN Basketball League is a tournament among professional club teams. The winner goes to the FIBA Asia Champions Cup. Formerly, from 2000 until 2008, SEABA held a club tournament known as SEABA Champions Cup.

SEABA Champions CupEdit

Year Host First place Score Second place Third place
2000   Johore Bahru, Johor, Malaysia   Belle Corporation 69–64   Mahaka Satria Muda   Petronas Basketball Team
2002   Cebu City, Philippines   M. Lhuillier-Guardo 117–114 (OT)   Spring Cooking Oil   Petronas Basketball Team
2007   Jakarta, Indonesia   Harbour Centre 85–67   Satria Muda BritAma   Petronas Basketball Team
2008   Jakarta, Indonesia   Satria Muda BritAma No playoffs   Harbour Centre   Malaysia National Basketball League Selection
2018   Nonthaburi, Thailand No playoffs

ASEAN Basketball LeagueEdit

Season First place Result Second place Third place
2009–10   Philippine Patriots1 3–0   Satria Muda BritAma   Singapore Slingers
2010–11   Chang Thailand Slammers1 2–0   AirAsia Philippine Patriots   Westports KL Dragons
2012   Indonesia Warriors 2–0   San Miguel Beermen1   AirAsia Philippine Patriots
2013   San Miguel Beermen1 3–0   Indonesia Warriors   Westports Malaysia Dragons
2014   Hi-Tech Bangkok City 2–0   Westports Malaysia Dragons1   Singapore Slingers
2015–16   Westports Malaysia Dragons1 3–2   Singapore Slingers   Hi-Tech Bangkok City
2016–17   Eastern1 3–1   Singapore Slingers   Alab Pilipinas
2017–18   San Miguel Alab Pilipinas 3–2   Mono Vampire   Chong Son Kung Fu1
  1. ^ Finished regular season with the best win-loss record.

Overall medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Philippines308442
2  Malaysia7131838
3  Thailand7111028
4  Indonesia313622
5  Singapore25916
6  Hong Kong1001
7  China0011
Totals (7 nations)505048148

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Decisions aplenty as FIBA Central Board concludes". FIBA.com. 13 August 2015. Retrieved 11 August 2015.

External linksEdit