Get in the game, officials.
Get involved in the action, keep score, and much more.
Track the game as a Scoretable official
Scoretable officials work in partnership with referees to officiate the match, and to communicate the progress of the game, operating the game and shot clock, as well as keeping record of scores, fouls and timeouts.
Queensland Scoretable provides education, training, development and guidance for scoretable roles and all levels of skill (grass roots through to the elite). With basketball competitions being held throughout the state all year round, opportunities are always available for those looking to become a scoretable official. Scoretable courses are run throughout the year, with development pathways in place to allow career progression from junior club basketball to NBL1, right through to the international level of officiating. This development strategy is in line with Basketball Australia’s officials’ development framework.
Get Started with a local association
Contact your local club or association to enquire about scoretable opportunities! You can find your local associations here.
Increase Game Time
Improve your skills at junior representative games & state championships. Find new opportunities as you make your way through the Scoretable accreditation levels.
Get exposure to NBL1 North & QSL or advanced officiating at NBL, WNBL, NWBL & WNWBL.
Officiate at international competitions, like the 2032 Olympics and other FIBA tournaments in the lead up.
Check next steps below, or find courses to start your journey or discover the next steps in your BQ Scoretable official pathway.
Scoretable official advancement courses
Plot your way from officiating local games to getting accreditation by Basketball Australia’s National Technical Officials Commission.
Join the officials community
Connect with other officials, learn new tips and tricks, share resources, and find community through the official Basketball Queensland Technical Officials Facebook page.