Eric Douglin, is the Founder and Owner of the World Club Basketball Tournament, based in East Sussex England.
He is viewed among his peers as one of England’s most proactive basketball enthusiasts and has hosted a number of international tournaments in the UK which have included teams and officials from across the globe.
Due to the successes of these international events and the large number of requests from overseas teams to compete in events organised by Douglin and his team, he decided to create a central event ‘World Club Basketball Tournament.
The first event was hosted in 2015, WCBT will see the 5th WCBT take place, hosting teams from Lithuania, Poland, USA, Denmark, England among other countries.
WCBT2018 was its 4th annual event which included teams from the USA, Poland, England, Wales and Canada.
"I am proud to be associated with the award winning WCBT and supporting British basketball with this exciting concept. The growth is a testament to the unique ideas of the WCBT and our aims to bring the basketball world closer together.
I am really looking to the plans we have ahead,and working with an experienced group of visionaries who are not afraid to take a risk for the good of the sport.
World Club Basketball Association- Commissioner
World Club Basketball Tournament - Founder
World Club Basketball Tournament Founder - Eric Douglin
WCBT Founder - Eric Douglin wins Sussex Sports Volunteer of the Year AWARD 2018, for WCBT2018.
The Albany Avenue Toronto Knights (Canada) competed in WCBT 2017 and 2016, but it was the 2017 competition they became champions. Coached by former BBL coach Sean Loucks, and including Washington Wizards NBA Summer League player Jasonn Hannibal the Knights were one of the most popular teams to compete in WCBT.
The World Club Basketball Tournament 2015 mini movie courtesy of HoopAsylum
World Club Basketball Tournament 2016 Highlights courtesy of HoopAsylum.
World Club Basketball Tournament 2017 Highlights, courtesy of SergeWorld Media
World Club Basketball Tournament 2018 Highlights, courtesy of SergeWorld Media