12 October 2018
All-Stars Championship On Global Stage
with live coverage on networks around the world when it tips off at The Copper Box Arena, London
The British Basketball All-Stars Championship will put BBL teams on a global stage with live coverage on networks around the world when it tips off at The Copper Box Arena, London on Sunday.
In addition, fans in countries where there is not a TV broadcaster will be able to watch LIVE on the British Basketball All-Stars Championship Facebook page.
The All-Stars Championship will be broadcast live throughout on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Mix in the UK and Ireland, with coverage beginning at 1pm and concluding at 6pm.
British Basketball All-Stars Championship Live TV Broadcasters:
Sky Sports (UK & Ireland)
Kwese (Sub-Sahara & South Africa)
Viasat (Scandinavia and Baltic States)
Fox (Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Malta)
Sky New Zealand
The British Basketball All-Stars Championship starts with a double elimination group stage comprising a total of ten matches. Win your opening match and you’ll face another winner for a place in the semi-finals, while teams who lose their opening matches face off to remain in the competition. After each side has played two matches, those with one win and one defeat play a third match with the winner advancing to the final four.
London Lions won the inaugural British Basketball All-Stars Championship last year, beating Newcastle Eagles 26-25 in an enthralling final. Justin Robinson was MVP on the day and Lions will be hoping he can help fire them to a successful defence this weekend.
The 2018 British Basketball All-Stars Championship takes place on Sunday, October 14 at Copper Box Arena, London. Tickets are available via www.allstarsbasketball.co.uk with tickets priced at £20, £30 and £40 with courtside hospitality tickets available at £99. Under 18s receive 50% off tickets, excluding courtside hospitality. Family and group discounts will be available.