10 years of balling out - Ball Out 3x3 2024 tour dates & venues confirmed - entries open

JD Ball Out 3x3 celebrates its 10th anniversary this summer, as dates and locations for the 2024 instalment are announced.  

The JD Ball Out 3x3 National Tour – sponsored by JD and supported by Basketball England - will feature five qualifying events taking place across England in July and August, culminating with two days of national finals in London.

As well as returning to the capital, the UK's signature 3x3 tournament will stop at Newcastle, Manchester, Nottingham, and Essex.

Julius Joseph, Ball Out 3x3 Founder
Qualifying dates
  • 27/28 July – Finsbury Park, London
  • 3 August – Vertu Motors Arena, Newcastle
  • 4 August – National Basketball Performance Centre, Manchester 
  • 10 August – Wildcat Arena, Nottingham
  • 11 August – Essex Sport Arena, Essex
  • 17/18 August - Finsbury Park, London
Competition categories
  • Elite/Recreational Men
  • Elite/Recreational Women
  • U18 Men/Women
  • U16 Boys/Girls
  • U14 Boys/Girls

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Julius Joseph, Founder of Ball Out 3x3, said:

“Over the last 10 years, it has been an honour to build and deliver this iconic event for the British basketball community. This summer will be a special one, celebrating our 10th anniversary with our lead partners JD and with support from Basketball England.”

Meehra Gorasia, Basketball England’s 3x3 Development Manager, said:

“What an exciting summer we are in for, with Ball Out 3x3 right at the heart of a jam-packed 3x3 schedule to get even more people involved in basketball. It’s great to team up once again and keep building on the work done so far.”

Joseph Simpson, Head of Partnerships at JD, said:

“JD is delightedto be the lead partner forthis year's JDBall Out 3x3 National Tour, building on the fantastic tournaments inrecent years. The 3x3 events are pillars in the local communities and the work theBall Outteam are doing to championbasketballcultureissomething were proud to support.”

The quicker, short format of basketball, considered to be the number one urban sport in the world, features at this summer’s Paris 2024 Olympic Games, after making its debut at Tokyo 2020, where USA and Latvia won the competition’s inaugural gold in the women’s and men’s categories, respectively.

3x3 was also the jewel in the crown of at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

England’s Myles Hesson, Orlan Jackman, Kayne Henry and Jamell Anderson – lead by founder and CEO of Ball Out 3x3 Julius Joseph – won England’s first-ever basketball gold in the competition, while England’s women - Hannah Jump, Chantelle Handy, Cheridene Green and Shanice Beckford-Norton - completed a triumphant night for the sport with a hard-earned silver medal.