How to Watch Every Team in the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup

The 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup is upon us and we have everything you need to know and how to watch every team below.

FIBA begins on August 25-September 10 and will take place in Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia and acts as a qualifier for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

The tournament will be available to stream in selected territories around the globe, via FIBA’s Courtside 1891 Basketball.

Fans in the following countries and territories can purchase a Courtside 1891’s Pass: Angola, Argentina, Cape Verde, Cote D’Ivoire, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Greece, Indonesia, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, Puerto Rico, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey and United Kingdom.

Otherwise, if you’re in Spain, RTVE is where you can watch, Sportsnet are showing games in Canada, France Televisions and beIN will be sharing the rights in France, while ESPN / Kayo Sports will stream games in Australia and in the US, ESPN (including ESPN2 and ESPN Plus*subscription required) is where you can watch all the action.

If your country isn’t named in either of the above lists, you can find out which TV network or channel is broadcasting games in your country of residence, by consulting the Live Game Carousel, which sits at the top of the official FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 website or the games schedule page.

See below for the FIBA Basketball World Cup group play schedule in ET (US) time.

Friday, August 25:

Angola vs. Italy (4 a.m. ET) in Manila
Finland vs. Australia (4 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Mexico vs. Montenegro (4:45 a.m. ET) in Manila
Latvia vs. Lebanon (5:15 a.m. ET) in Jakarta
Dominican Republic vs. Philippines (8 a.m. ET) in Manila
Germany vs. Japan (8:10 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Egypt vs. Lithuania (8:30 a.m. ET) in Manila
Canada vs. France (9:30 a.m. ET) in Jakarta

Saturday, August 26:

South Sudan vs. Puerto Rico (4 a.m. ET) in Manila
Cape Verde vs. Georgia (4 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Jordan vs. Greece (4:45 a.m. ET) in Manila
Iran vs. Brazil (5:45 a.m. ET) in Jarkata
Slovenia vs. Venezuela (7:30 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Serbia vs. China (8 a.m. ET) in Manila
United States vs. New Zealand (8:40 a.m. ET) in Manila
Spain vs. Cote D’Ivoire (9:30 a.m. ET) in Jakarta

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Sunday, August 27:

Italy vs. Dominican Republic (4 a.m. ET) in Manila
Australia vs. Germany (4:30 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Montenegro vs. Egypt (4:45 a.m. ET) in Manila
Lebanon vs. Canada (5:45 a.m. ET) in Jakarta
Philippines vs. Angola (8 a.m. ET) in Manila
Japan vs. Finland (8:10 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Lithuania vs. Mexico (8:30 a.m. ET) in Manila
France vs. Latvia (9:30 a.m ET) in Jakarta

Monday, August 28:

China vs. South Sudan (4 a.m. ET) in Manila
Venezuela vs. Cape Verde (4 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
New Zealand vs. Jordan (4:45 a.m. ET) in Manila
Cote D’Ivoire vs. Iran (5:45 a.m. ET) in Jakarta
Georgia vs. Slovenia (7:30 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Puerto Rico vs. Serbia (8 a.m. ET) in Manila
Greece vs. United States (8:40 a.m. ET) in Manila
Brazil vs. Spain (9:30 a.m. ET) in Jakarta

Tuesday, August 29:

Germany vs. Finland (3:30 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Angola vs. Dominican Republic (4 a.m. ET) in Manila
Egypt vs. Mexico (4:45 a.m. ET) in Manila
Lebanon vs. France (5:45 a.m. ET) in Jakarta
Australia vs. Japan (7:10 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
Philippines vs. Italy (8 a.m. ET) in Manila
Montenegro vs. Lithuania (8:30 a.m. ET) in Manila
Canada vs. Latvia (9:30 a.m. ET) in Jakarta

Wednesday, August 30:

South Sudan vs. Serbia (4 a.m. ET) in Manila
Georgia vs. Venezuela (4 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
United States vs. Jordan (4:40 a.m. ET) in Manila
Cote D’Ivoire vs. Brazil (5:45 a.m. ET) in Jakarta
Slovenia vs. Cape Verde (7:30 a.m. ET) in Okinawa
China vs. Puerto Rico (8 a.m. ET) in Manila
Greece vs. New Zealand (8:40 a.m. ET) in Manila
Iran vs. Spain (9:30 a.m. ET) in Jakarta

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