2018 AAU East Coast Girls Basketball Championship


Fencor is proud to announce that it has been awarded the 2018 AAU East Coast Girls Basketball National Championship. A total of 72 teams participated in 2017, coming from as far away as Indiana and Vermont!

In a change to streamline the process and encourage more college coaches to watch the older teams, the tournament is now split into two different weeks. The competition for grades 3-9 will go June 29-July 1 while grades 10-12 (9th grade teams can enter in 10th grade D-II) play July 9-10.

The event will be held in King of Prussia & the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia, PA.

CLICK HERE to download flyer.

2018 Results

Grades 4-9

Grades 10-12

Opening Ceremonies

Due to construction at Upper Merion's field, Opening Ceremonies have been moved for this year to:

Norristown Area High School
1900 Eagle Drive
Norristown, PA 19401

Teams will be asked to be there at 6:30 p.m. to line up for the Parade of Teams. The ceremonies will last from 7-8:30 p.m. and include the parade, entertainment and speeches from dignitaries. We have confirmed that Monty, the Valley Forge mascot, will be there to greet everyone. Always a highlight for teams participating. Ceremonies are free for spectators who purchase a weekend pass. Individual tickets to the event are $10. Norristown is 12 minute drive from Competitive Edge.


June 29-July 1, 2018

Tournament Pass
Adults (16-and-up): $35
Youth (ages 3-15): $25
Children 2-and-under: Free

Daily Pass
Adult (16-and-up): $15
Youth (ages 3-15): $10
Children 2-and-under: Free
Opening Ceremony Only: $10

July 9-10, 2018

Tournament Pass
Adults (16-and-up): $20
Youth (ages 3-15): $15
Children 2-and-under: Free

Daily Pass
Adult (16-and-up): $12
Youth (ages 3-15): $8
Children 2-and-under: Free

NOTE: Wristbands MUST be worn and shown when entering the building. If you lose your band, you MUST purchase a new one. NO ONE will be allowed to enter without one.


Click here to download rules.


Fee: $495

Note: Teams do NOT have to play in a regional or district qualifier to participate. All bench personnel and players must have AAU cards.

To register, use the links below. If you experience any registration problems, please call the national AAU office at 407-934-7200 and ask for Girls Basketball.

3rd-9th - https://basketball.tournamentconnect.bluestarsports.com/events/register/1173

10-12th - https://basketball.tournamentconnect.bluestarsports.com/events/register/1191

Or you may mail a check, made out to Fencor, for $485. Checks for entry must be received by June 6 (can register online thru June 12)

Mail to:
3806 Bensalem Blvd., Unit 96
Bensalem, PA 19020

Hotel Information

Click here for complete hotel information.

Tourist Info

The Valley Forge Visitors & Convention Bureau has created an app to help those visiting the King of Prussia area with information on area restaurants, hotels, things to do and special offers. It also includes information specific to the East Coast Championships. 


Spectator Policy/Sportsmanship

(Note: This is word-for-word same policy as West Coast nationals)

Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated. This is your warning. If you are asked to leave the event, you son or daughter may be asked to leave with you. Your team may also forfeit the game.

Do not get embarrassed; if you notice someone acting inappropriately, take out your phone, video tape him or her, and show it
to the tournament director. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. This is a family atmosphere. Please have a great
event and respect the competition, players, staff and coaches.


AAU requires that all parents and spectators maintain good sportsmanship throughout the course of the event. We promote a great youth sports atmosphere, and we encourage everyone to cheer and get loud and support their son or daughter's team. But do not let it get out of control. As an adult, please set a good example for all the children at this great event.

AAU will not tolerate any of the following

  • Cursing by any parents or spectators
  • Yelling at game officials regarding calls
  • Yelling or arguing with fans of the opposing team
  • Any negative or derogatory comments towards opposing players

Inappropriate behavior will result in the fan being removed from the game. The fan must leave the facility entirely. Your child may be removed from the game as well.