BMX, Inline skating, skateboarding and 3×3 Basketball are the most important disciplines with the most number of participants. BMX, skateboarding and 3×3 Basketball are debuting Olympic disciplines during the games of Tokyo in 2020. After the success of the European Championships 3×3 Basketball in 2017, twenty men and twenty women teams fight for the podium during the World Championships 3×3 Basketball from 18-23 June.

Urban elite athletes are given an appropriate urban stage to show their skills. For the fans it is a unique opportunity to watch the best national and international athletes perform. And for the many amateur participants, it is a unique opportunity to show their skills to a large audience.

Access to Museumplein is free of charge with the exception of the FIBA 3×3 World Cup Basketball 2019 that will be played in a specially designed stadium at Museumplein. Tickets are for sale via this link.

However, outside of this stadium there is a big 3×3 Basketball area and lots of other urban sports such as freerunning and bouldering. The city of Amsterdam, the Dutch Basketball Federation and the Amsterdam Basketball associations organize, in the run-up to the World Championships 3×3 Basketball, activities on squares to get young people excited about 3×3 Basketball through the WE HERE campaign.

From Wednesday 19 June to Sunday 23 June, there are several top sport events and recreational sports activities.

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