Centro Basket ( spanish Campeonato Centroamericano y del Caribe de Baloncesto ( Masculino de mayores ) ) is in the past usually two year be transmitted basketball competition between national teams of the national Central American Basketball Associations, including Mexico and the non- Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking (former) colonies in Guiana. The competition is now in the organization of ConCenCaBa in which the associations of the Central American zone of the Continental Association was founded in 1975 FIBA Americas have joined. The Centro Basket was first officially in 1987 fought between Herren.Nationalmannschaften the participating countries and integrated into the calendar competition of FIBA ​​. Prior to lying championships from 1965 between the participating countries, where temporarily took part also the Venezuelan national team, which now belongs to the South American zone of the Continental Association, and before that already participated in South America Championships, to be added in general to the competitions of the Centro Basket. The competition will be held separately by gender and for youth and junior national teams. The Centro Basket is now qualifying for the championships of the continental federation FIBA Americas.

Centro Basket of Men


In the unofficial sweeps up to and including 1985 ( "round robin " english ) was almost exclusively in the round-robin tournament mode played. From the Centro Basket 1987 there was a final round in the knockout system for the medals between the top ranked teams in the first round.

Competition Summary


Medal Tally