Birmingham 2022: Team England 3x3 fixtures and results at Commonwealth Games

Team England have progressed through the pool stages odf Commonwealth Games 3x3 competition. 

The half-court format of basketball takes centre stage at Birmingham 2022 at a specially built covered outdoor court in the city centre’s Smithfield site. 

The England medal mission started on 30 July, the second day of the five-day 3x3 competition. 

Results and remaining fixtures are below.



Pool A 
Sri Lanka 

Pool B
New Zealand 
Trinidad & Tobago 



Pool A 
St Lucia 

Pool B
British Virgin Islands 
New Zealand 


Team England’s results/fixtures 

Saturday 30 July  

England Men 21-10 New Zealand 
England Women 14-15 New Zealand 
England Men 21-6 Trinidad and Tobago 
England Women 22-5 British Virgin Islands 

Sunday 31 July

England Men 17-12 Australia 
England Women 21-17 Canada 

Monday 1 August 

5.30pm: Quarter-Finals - England Women 21-12 Kenya
8pm: Women's semi-finals - England Women 21-15 Australia 
10pm: Semi-Finals - England Men 13-12 Canada 

Tuesday 2 August 

Men’s Final: England 17-16 Australia
Women's Final: England 13-14 Canada

How the tournament works 

The eight teams in both the male and female categories are split into two groups. The group winners progress straight to the semi-finals with the second and third-placed teams playing in in two quarter-finals for the right for a place in the semis. 

FIBA World Rankings 


24th: Canada 
30th: Australia 
33th: New Zealand 
53th: Sri Lanka  
57th: Great Britain 
55th: Kenya 
97th: Trinidad & Tobago 


15th: Canada 
18th: Kenya 
44th: Great Britain 
46th: Australia 
48th: New Zealand 
57th: Sri Lanka 
138th: British Virgin Island 

Basketball has the power to change lives. The #GameTime campaign will aim to raise awareness of the positive impact that our sport can have on people no matter who they are or where they are from.

Basketball England aims to engage one million people in basketball via the Commonwealth Games 2022, 3x3 and more. 

Whether you want to:

...regardless of age, gender or background, across every part of the basketball family, it's #GameTime!