Fixtures

FIBA Asia Cup 07/12 08:00 1 Jordan vs Australia - View
FIBA Asia Cup 07/14 10:30 2 Indonesia vs Jordan - View
FIBA Asia Cup 07/16 08:00 3 Saudi Arabia vs Jordan - View
FIBA World Cup Qualification 08/25 18:00 1 Jordan vs India - View
FIBA World Cup Qualification 08/29 18:00 2 New Zealand vs Jordan - View
FIBA World Cup Qualification 11/10 18:00 3 Jordan vs Philippines - View

Results

FIBA World Cup Qualification 07/04 12:30 6 [4] Indonesia v Jordan [3] W 52-77
FIBA World Cup Qualification 07/01 18:00 5 [3] Lebanon v Jordan [2] L 89-70
International 06/24 15:00 - Jordan v Rwanda L 51-61
International 06/23 15:00 - Uganda v Jordan W 66-78
International 06/21 15:00 - Egypt v Jordan L Abandoned
FIBA World Cup Qualification 02/27 16:00 4 [1] Jordan v Indonesia [4] W 94-64
FIBA World Cup Qualification 02/24 17:00 3 [3] Jordan v Lebanon [1] W 74-63
Arab Championship 02/13 14:00 - Lebanon v Jordan L 64-52
Arab Championship 02/11 12:00 - Libya v Jordan L 81-69
FIBA World Cup Qualification 11/29 15:30 2 [3] Saudi Arabia v Jordan [2] L 72-64
FIBA World Cup Qualification 11/26 17:00 1 Jordan v Saudi Arabia W 68-61
International 08/01 16:00 - Egypt v Jordan W 71-93

The Jordan national basketball team is the official basketball team of Jordan in international competitions and it is one of the top teams in Asia.

The Jordanian team achievements in recent years beside qualifying to World Cup for two times 2010 & 2019, won William Jones cup in 2007 and 2008 and FIBA Asia Stankovic cup in Kuwait in 2008, finishing at the first place of Arab Nations cup in Egypt in 2007, and runners up in 2008, runners up at 2011 FIBA Asia Championship and 3rd place in 2009 FIBA Asia Championship, and finally 3rd place in Asia Challenge Cup 2016.

The President of JBF is Mohammad Olayan. The Secretary General of JBF is Ibrahim Sharawi, The team head coach is Joseph Anthony Stiebing.

History

William Jones Cup

Jordan became the first West Asia team to win the Jones Cup after posting a 7–2 record in the tournament to beat Lebanon and the Philippines.

2007 FIBA Asia championship

Placed in Group A, or the so-called "Group of Death" alongside China, Philippines and eventual champion Iran, the Jordanians won two of three games in the group phase to make it to the quarterfinals; however, they lost to Korea and Japan in the said round and eventually placed fifth after beating Chinese Taipei, 95–74. One key member of the University of Minnesota basketball team, Guard/Forward Jamal Abu-Shamala, is Jordanian-American.