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AAU Australia - It's Your Game!!

AAU Basketball down under is an exciting, elite level of play dedicated to you, the player, no matter what level you play.

By playing AAU basketball, you create so many future opportunities. You will play with and against amazing talent. You will play in front of coaches who can help you achieve your basketball dreams. You will have an incredible experience. You cannot miss one AAU event.

The core truth that guides everything AAU Australia does is that basketball is your game. You own the game. You have the power. And we are about giving the power right back to you in the form of a pathway to college, and an all access pass to playing the best opponents in the country no matter what level of the game you play in now.

This is power. This is Your Game. This is AAU basketball.



AAU Basketball is different to what you may be used to. But there are very good reasons for that, and they all relate to helping you be a better baller, and getting the opportunities you want for playing at the highest level now, and into the future. Watch the videos below to get a better understanding of how the AAU Difference can help you.

The AAU Difference - It is Real!

The old saying goes that if we do things the way they’ve always been done, we’ll get the results we’ve always got. Change is not a bad thing, and should be expected and embraced to always be focused on best possible outcomes.

The AAU Philosophy - What Drives Us!

The AAU’s philosophy guides everything we do. They say that the definition of insanity is to continue to do something and expect different results. We believe Australian basketball can do so much good and tough so many lives in a positive way. We want that for all!!


Playing AAU Basketball offers you many things that are designed to expand your game and give you the experience of growth and satisfaction from your participation. By adding regular AAU participation to your basketball life, you will be a better baller and a better person.


AAU events are open to players and teams from all levels of the game. Club, association, school, private academy or teams of mates all have a place at the AAU. But bring your A-game, as AAU Basketball is an incredible experience.


The AAU is all about opportunities. Opportunities to develop your game, to play the best opposition from all levels, to be seen by coaches who can take you to the next level. But above all, playing AAU basketball is the opportunity to become your best self both on and off the court.


Playing AAU basketball is great for your game. You’ll benefit from exposure no other events or organisation can offer in Australia and New Zealand. Your confidence will soar and motivation to work will never be higher. Your aspirations will drive you to incredible results.


Once you’ve tasted something like this, such as playing and excelling at the AAU World Championships, playing at this incredible ESPN Wide World of Sports venue, you want more.



The AAU Pathway we are building offers a variety of options to suit the athlete. Please join us in congratulating the athletes below who are making great progress and living their elite basketball dream. Are you the next AAU athlete to add to this list?

Chris Davidson


Red Roo Sport’s latest latest College Scholarship recipient says he can handle the Montana cold, and can’t wait to improve his game at the next level. Cranbourne resident, Christopher Davidson, is heading to the Dawson Community College Buccaneers in Glendive Montana, where the average winter high temperature is a chilly -2 degrees.



Lieb Yat


Lieb Yat, Red Roo Sports’ latest prospect to receive a US College basketball scholarship, has just concluded a whirlwind experience that has taken him from rural Victoria to eastern Montana in less than a month.With the College recruiting window approaching its close, the 209 cm Red Roo became the focus of Dawson Community College in Glendive, Montana.




Michael Jok


An established Youth League and Big V performer in Melbourne, Michael has become a key member of the Montana-based Dawson Community College Bucaneers men’s basketball team in his Freshman year. As a scholarship player, Michael has also enjoyed the educational experience of American College and looks forward to the continuation of his schooling.