This year, the Boys' Basketball 9U Division I & II National Championships will be held in Orlando, Florida at the HP Field House and Jostens Center at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, as well as at the Orlando Sports Center from July 9th through the 13th.
In order to participate in this event, your team must be registered online by June 17th. On-site team check-ins will be held on July 8 from 10am-4pm at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Your registration time will be assigned and posted along with the schedule on www.aauboysbasketball.org. Further, all participants must have a current AAU membership that they obtain before the competition begins.
The opening ceremony for this event will be held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (HP Fieldhouse) on Friday, July 8th at 7:00 p.m. It will feature Disney Entertainment elements, an on-field experience, fireworks, and celebrity appearances. Teams should line up at 6:00 pm (MANDATORY). A spectator admission ticket is required.
This event is expecting to see approximately 1000 teams, from 35 districts.
Results from this event will be available at: www.tourneytext.com
Photos from last year’s Boys Basketball 9U National Championships can be found here:
Other AAU Boys Basketball events that will be held in Orlando, FL are as follows:
· Boys 19U Division I & II National Championships: July 15-18
· Boys 8th-11th Grade Super Showcase: July 20-24
· Boys 10U-17U International Championship: July 23-26
· Boys 14U National Championship: July 25-30
· Boys 5th Grade National Championship: July 27-30
More information about these events will be provided at a later date.
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