Enormous NBL1 2023 Schedule with 1538 Games to be Played

Enormous NBL1 2023 Schedule with 1538 Games to be Played

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Two thousand & twenty three will see an enormous 1538 games to be played in the 2023 covering every state and territory of Australia in the 2023 Coles Express NBL1 Season.

The league has unveiled the 2023 fixtures for NBL1 North, East and South, West and Central, with every game to be streamed live and free across Kayo Freebies, NBL1.com.au and the NBL1 App.

 

NBL1 East will tip off on March 11, followed by NBL1 North on March 24, NBL1 Central on March 25, NBL1 West on March 31 and NBL1 South on April 1.

 

NBL1 Feature Rounds will return in 2023, with ANZAC Round (April 21-25), Pink Round (May 12-14),  Mental Health Round (June 16-18), and First Nations Round (July 5-9).

 

The conference finals will again be staggered over two weekends, commencing on August 4 and concluding August 12, before the Champions of all conferences head to the second Coles Express NBL1 National Final.

NBL General Manager Dean Anglin said the exciting 2023 fixtures are a testament to the hard work state associations have put in behind the scenes.

“After a complete season in 2022, including our inaugural Coles Express NBL1 National Finals, we are excited to announce the fixtures for the 2023 season,” he said.

 

“Our State partners  and their clubs have been hard to find ways to ensure the teams can gain maximum exposure in 2023 with games being played mid-week, on public holidays and throughout the school holidays. We hope fans will love the chance to watch their teams more throughout the year.

“NBL1 has grown again too, with an additional 3 teams entering the East alongside the Centre of Excellence (CoE) we now have 76 clubs, comprising of 149 teams playing across every state and territory of Australia, NBL1 truly is Australia’s Game.”

For Full 2023 NBL1 Fixture click on the link: http://www.nbl1.com.au/fixture/

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