FDBA – Frankston & District Basketball Association
Play at FDBA – Frankston & District Basketball
Frankston Basketball (FDBA) is located in Victoria Australia and facilitates basketball domestic competitions to over 14500 participants annually. The FDBA has grown from these early beginnings to be one of the biggest basketball associations in Australia, with over 850 teams competing on a weekly basis. FDBA headquarters are at Frankston Stadium, 90 Bardia Ave Seaford 3198 across from Kananook train station.
(opens Monday 8th
February 2021 & closes
Friday 19th March 2021)
Seasons for junior domestic at FDBA run bi-annually, the Winter Season being terms 2 & 3 of school, and the Summer Season starting term 4 and continuing through term 1 of the following year. Age group changes are made yearly ahead of the Winter Season. Registrations for each season open February for Winter and July for Summer. They remain open for 6 weeks, closing 4 weeks prior to commencement of new season allowing us time to form teams, schedule trainings, confirm coaches etc prior to school holidays. We offer Afterpay and humm as payment options to help with registration payments. Our registration is ONE all inclusive fee for the season. It covers ALL components; from game fees, to training venue hire, administration and team registration. It does NOT however, include your yearly Basketball Victoria fee.
We are seeking players in the following age groups/division:
in ALL age groups & divisions, both boys and girls ahead of the upcoming season
Mondays: girls U16, U18 & U21 – after school
Wednesdays: boys U16 – after school
Thursdays: boys U18 & U21 – after school
Saturdays: boys & girls U08, U10, U12, U14 8am – 7pm
Generally U8 – U10 games are scheduled from 8:00am, U12 in the early afternoon and U14 from mid-afternoon.
Games: 2 x 18 minute halves / 45 minute schedule
SEASON DATES & STRUCTURE
Summer Season – Victorian school Terms 4 and 1.
Winter Season – Victorian school Terms 2 and 3.
Competition Dates – Games are not scheduled on public holidays or school holidays. Refer to competition calendars for exact dates of current season.
Phase 1 – Rounds 1 – 2. These games do not count towards season ladder.
Phase 2 – Rounds 3 – 4. These games do not count towards season ladder.
Confirmation Phase – Rounds 5 – 6. These games are played for premiership points.
Finals Phase – Top 4 in two round playoff format:
Semi Final winners advance to the Grand Final