WBCBL Overview

wbcbl The Women’s Blue-Chip Basketball League (WBCBL) is a new semi-professional league for women basketball players. The WBCBL mission is to prepare prospective professional players for higher-level professional play and to condition current professional players. The competition level varies from former college players to former NWBL / WNBA players.
The WBCBL has teamed with local professional basketball scouts and agents to provide maximum exposure for each player to higher-level professional teams. In addition, the WBCBL has built a networking relationship with international scouts to broaden the possibility of higher-level professional jobs being offered.
*Since our start in 2005, over 40 professional contracts have been offered by teams around the world.*
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Details for Players:

Your participation in the WBCBL will allow your talents and skills to be seen by professional basketball scouts and agents. Our networks of agents & scouts have a proven track record of job placement of WBCBL players, who are currently playing professional basketball.

Of course, there is no guarantee that you will be signed to a professional contract. As a WBCBL player, your chances of going pro are about 1 in 20. In the event that you are offered a professional contract, make sure that you have all of your bases covered. There are numerous basketball scams and phony basketball camps that can make a genuine opportunity hard to recognize. Do your research on the offering team and research the geographical location of that team.


Q: Is there any pay involved?

A: Little or None.

The WBCBL is not responsible for any promises made by WBCBL teams. Each WBCBL team is independently owned and operated. Some teams are “Club Based” and have member fees.


Q: Is housing, meals, and/or transportation provided?

A: Again, WBCBL teams are independently owned and operate. Each team operates differently and may or may not offer accommodations.


Q: What does the WBCBL offer?

A: REAL EXPOSURE. The WBCBL is a league designed to show scouts what you are capable of doing in “live” game situations.


Q: How do I tryout for a WBCBL team?

A: WBCBL Tryouts are held January – May. Keep checking www.WBCBL.com for details. You may also contact the teams directly for more information.


Q: When does the season begin?

A: Season runs from June through August


Q: What are the requirements for players?


1. Players be at least 20 years of age,

2. NO remaining college eligibility (according to NCAA standards),

3. Good Health and in shape for Serious Competitive Play.


Q: Where are the teams located?

A: Currently: Atlanta-GA, Augusta,-GA, Charlotte-NC, Dallas-TX, Little Rock-AR, & Memphis-TN, Shreveport, LA. All WBCBL games are held at a single facility on Saturday or Sunday afternoons in each region.