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The GG3x3
Driving positive social change with 3x3 basketball 

Welcome to the GG3x3. We’re the UK’s largest non-profit platform dedicated to inspiring people to play and connect through the game of 3x3 basketball, no matter their ability, age, race, size or background.


We provide training for young ballers, run multi-ability tournaments, including the UK's largest one day 3x3 tournament, and lead community initiatives.


How can you get involved?

Whether you want to play in tournaments, be a part of our community work or support our movement, find out how to be a part of the GG3x3 below. Want to donate? Get in touch with us here.


Help people connect with the game and inspire the next generation of ballers


Support with funding or equipment or collaborate with us on events and community outreach

In numbers


We've hosted more than 800 players in 3x3 tournaments and coached over 1,000 young hoopers


We support the refurbishment of basketball courts. We've put up over 85 nets on hoops for free and helped build the UK"s first ever permanent 3x3 basketball court.


We've raised over £16,000 for charities across the UK and secured government funding to supported inner-city collaborations 

What's 3x3 basketball?

Born from street basketball, the 3x3 game made its debut on the Olympic stage this summer and will be in the Olympic Games in Paris this year!


It's 1 and 2 pointers only

6 players on a court, with teams of 3 and 1 sub

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There's no check ball

You play on a half court with one hoop only


Games last 10 minutes or when a team reaches 21 points

How it began

Starting as a one-off charity tournament in 2017 to commemorate basketball player, George Goldstone, who sadly passed away to cancer, the GG3x3 has evolved to become the UK’s largest community-led movement that champions 3x3 basketball.

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Kind words from the community

"Thanks for running the 3x3 tournament and kids was incredible. Like you say, basketball brings everyone together, so thank you for an AMAZING event."

- Alex, #ball4life clinic player

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