Korea Basketball Association wraps up ‘Second Basketball I-League’ in 22 regions

The 2023 Basketball i-League (Basketball i-League) concluded today with a business evaluation session.

In its second season, the Basketball i-League attracted a total of 527 teams and 5,591 players from 22 cities, counties, and districts across the country, an increase from last year. The Basketball iLeague 안전카지노사이트 aims to expand the base, bridge the infrastructure gap between regions, and create a fun basketball game that combines basketball with various cultural and educational contents.

An official from the Daegu Metropolitan Basketball Association, who participated in the Basketball I-League for the first time this year, said, “Last year, while watching the I-League in other regions, I thought it would be great to do it in Daegu. The Basketball I-League has become a turning point in the revitalization of youth basketball in Daegu, as local youth sports are lacking compared to adult basketball enthusiasts. In addition to the executives and administrators on the field, the response from parents and youth players was really good.”

In addition to the regional leagues, the Basketball i-League held daily clinics (eight in total) and the Basketball i-Festa to provide various opportunities around the theme of basketball, and also held practitioner workshops and business evaluations to strengthen communication and cooperation with local basketball associations.

The Basketball i-League is organized by the Korea Sports Council, hosted by the Korea Basketball Association and local basketball associations, and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Sports Promotion Agency.

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