Super 60 History/Background
The Super 60 began in 2010 as a weekend basketball event for the top 60 teams in the South. It has now emerged as the most competitive Memorial Day weekend basketball tournament in the nation. Starting with teams from 4 states, it quickly grew to 142 teams from 14 states in 2011 to 279 teams 2012 to 351 teams from 16 states in 2013 to 402 teams from 22 states in 2014. 2015 saw boys and girls play the same weekend and had 362 boys and 48 girls teams from 21 states - 4 of which were defending AAU National Champions. 2016 saw 403 teams from 17 states descend upon New Orleans to compete with all the big time programs from across the nation! The 2017 Super 60 had 401 boys and girls teams from 16 states. The 2018 Super 60 had 364 teams from 18 states light up the social media scene with hoop action at the highest level!
The allstate sugar bowl Super 60 Takes place in the New orleans metro area (aka the "Big Easy") over memorial day weekend.
With 30 years of experience running youth basketball events, the Super 60 staff ensures a quality event which includes:
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The best ballers in the world battle it out in the Big Easy!
Please view the list of teams which have attended the Super 60 from 2010 till 2018. Teams from 30 different states have played in the Super 60!