The Hoopsfix All Star Classic is the ultimate showcase of British basketball talent and culture, with a focus on giving back to the game that has meant so much to all of us.
Pitting the best prospects in the country against each other in a series of all-star games, dunk competitions and shooting contests, there have been very few places over the past decade that have featured so much young British talent in one place for people to see.
With the proceeds from the day going to the Hoopsfix Foundation, a not-for-profit that helps fund the Classic with the sole purpose of growing and raising the profile of the game, not only will you be seeing some of the best players this country has produced, but be giving back to the game in the process.
The event features countless giveaways and competitions, music, and crowd involvement games.
We have been over-subscribed for the event all seven years it has taken place, selling out in advance, with the gym being packed by not only fans, but legends of the game, scouts, and current and former professionals.
"The ultimate British Basketball Showcase"The only place to see the best players, at the same time
Crystal Palace National Sports Centre
Address: Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, Ledrington Road, SE19 2BB
Crystal Palace overground line is the nearest stop, with the centre a short walk from the station.
The following buses have routes that pass closest to Crystal Palace National Sports Centre: 122, 176, 227, 249, 432. Crystal Palace Park Road is the nearest bus stop.
Put Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, Ledrington Road, SE19 2BB into your sat-nav. Parking is available on site.
Saturday 28th May(Subject to Change)
ALUMNI OF THE CLASSIC INCLUDE:
Guard • Leicester Riders
Forward • Angelico Biella (Italy)
Forward • Ipswich / Copleston
Forward • Solent Kestrels
Continues to set the standard... https://t.co/29dkYVuZv0— Jesse Sazant (@Coachsazant) June 11, 2021
Really enjoyed watching the @HoopsfixWomen All-Star Game and great to see a packed house at Brixton Rec! UK Female hoops deserves this.— Steve Vear (@SJVear) June 1, 2019
These are the times I wish I was able to be in the UK. Hats off @SamNeter and all involved ???? #HASC19
Still probably the best basketball event I’ve been to in the UK https://t.co/TUxwPEcSvi— Callant (@auld_jethart) June 12, 2021
What a great event, s/o to @SamNeter And his team ???? #HASC18 @Hoopsfix— Tayo Ogedengbe (@Tayotweets) June 2, 2018
#HASC18 was a great event, big up @Hoopsfix for organising everything and all players for putting on a good show. The future is bright for British basketball ?— Luke Nelson (@LukeNelson95_6) June 2, 2018
The #HASC19 women's day was an incredible experience.. ran so smoothly you would have never thought it was the first time that Sam has put on a women's event..— THVMOE (@THVMOE) June 1, 2019
The atmosphere was amazing, competition was class..
Great job by Sam and the staff! ?? @Hoopsfix @HoopsfixWomen