Junior League

Banora Point Amigos, Burleigh Blades, Gold Coast Celtics, Heat Basketball Club, PBC Magpies, Pacific Pines Panthers, Somerset Spartans, (Somerset College students only) TSS Suns (TSS or St Hilda students only), Varsity Vipers, Kings Basketball Club (Kings Christian College students only), Central Stars, Lindisfarne Lions (Lindisfarne College students only).

Competitions are run for both boys and girls in the U10,12,14,16,18 and 21 age groups.

The purpose of the GCJBL is to provide a competition pathway for junior basketball players on the Gold Coast.


Junior Registration

All junior registrations are conducted through our clubs. Before registering please ensure you have been in contact with a club and that there is space in a team for your child.

To register, please visit your club’s website and review the full season details. The registration links can be found at the bottom of the club’s information page.

When registering ensure that you use your correct email address, as this will be used as the primary source of contact from each club.

Please be mindful that all our clubs are run by volunteers.


Days & Venues

Our primary venues for our competition are Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre Hall 2, Tallebudgera Recreational Centre, Kings Christian College, and Somerset College. It is important to note that these venues are subject to change based on availability. Please keep this in mind when checking the fixtures.

Wednesday Night: 6pm – 10.30pm

  • Under 18 Boys
  • Open Girls
  • Under 21 Men

Friday Night: 4.30pm – 10.30pm

  • Under 14 Girls and Boys
  • Under 16 Girls and Boys

Saturday Mornings: 9am – 2.30pm

  • Under 10 Mixed and Girls
  • Under 12 Boys and Girls



Player Transfers

Once a player is named in a club team, they become ineligible to transfer to another club during the same season.


Competition Information

Winter Season

The Winter Season will start on February 14th, 2024 and will conclude on August 17th, 2024.

Our competition will have four grading rounds, followed by 14 regular season competition rounds. The top four teams in each competition will advance to the semi-finals, and only the winners of the semi-finals will proceed to the finals.


Gold Coast Basketball Association was started in 1959. Our goal is to be a progressive sporting organisation that enhances opportunities for all members of the community to participate in basketball in a family friendly environment.