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The first match of FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup will be played between France and South Korea under 19 teams at Olympic Sport Club, Riga, Latvia. France and South Korea are placed in Group C.
Match: France U19 vs South Korea U19 FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021
Date: July 03, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM Local Time (Latvia)
France v South Korea U-19 BASKETBALL WORLD CUP 2021 LIVE STREAMING + TV CHANNELS
Live Streaming & TV Coverage of this match will be available on FIBA’s official YouTube channel. Basketball fans from USA can watch every match of under 19 Basketball world cup on ESPN+ TV channel.
Rest of the world: FIBA’s official YouTube channel
France U19 vs South Korea U19 Live Score, FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021
France Under 19 Score: 117
South Korea Under 19 Score: 48
Scorecard of this match will be updated by us on regular intervals.
South Korea’s U19 Squad: An Sungwoo, Cho Mingeun, Kang Jaemin, Kang Jihoon, Kim Bobae, Kim Donghyun, Kim Hyubeom, Kim Taehun, Lee Doyun, Lee Kyutae, Shin Juyoung, Yeo Jun Seok
France’s U19 Squad: Naoll Balfourier, Daniel Batcho, Lucas Beaufort, Juhann Begarin, Krisley Castard, Rudy Demahis Ballou, Brice Dessert, Ousmane Dieng, Maxime Ekono, Guillaume Eyango, Clement Frisch, Kezza Giffa, Marc-Olivier Lasserre, Louis Lesmond, Ibrahim Magassa, Kevin Marsillon Noleo, Yvan Ouedraogo, Maxime Raynaud, Rodney Rolle, Matthew Strazel, Jayson Tchicamboud, Armel Traore, Mady Traore, Victor Wembanyama
The 2021 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup will be organized by FIBA for youth national teams for 19 years old and below. The 16 teams participating in the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup, to be organized from July 3-11 in the Latvian cities of Daugavpils and Riga. Eight different countries have won the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup since 1979, with the reigning champions USA leading the field with seven titles. In addition to the USA and host Latvia, teams that will take part in the men’s U19 World Cup are Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, France, Japan, Lithuania, Mali, Puerto Rico, Senegal, Serbia, South Korea, Spain and Turkey.