The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Oceania Board has announced the hosts of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Oceania Youth Championships for men and women.
It has been revealed that Guam will host the FIBA 2017 Under-17 Oceania Championships in Hagatna with the Field House at the University of Guam named as the main venue.
The dates are expected to be announced shortly.
Papua New Guinea, meanwhile, will host the Under-15 Oceania Championships 2018 in Port Moresby following the success of the 2015 Pacific Games.
"Papua New Guinea are really gathering momentum after hosting a very successful event in 2015," said FIBA dxecutive director of Oceania David Crocker.
"With the world class facilities in Port Moresby and a great group of people driving the Federation, FIBA is very enthusiastic about returning in 2018."
The venue for the FIBA Under-17 Oceania Championships in 2019 was also announced.
The tournament will be heading to Nouméa in New Caledonia.
"Oceania is such a diverse and expansive region," said FIBA Oceania President Burton Shipley.
"To have applications from a range of Federations from across the zone willing to host our Youth events is very pleasing.
"To be able to assign Championships for the next three years is reassuring on the strength of basketball here in Oceania and the commitment of our national federations to continue offering opportunities to their players, officials and supporters to be a part of International basketball."
"Traditionally, Oceania tournaments will qualify just one team to the FIBA World Championships," said Crocker.
"These tournaments will, for the first time, see four Oceania Federations with the opportunity to progress to the next round of qualifying, with the top two placed teams qualifying for the Under-18 or Under-16 Asia Championships."
The third and fourth placed teams will also have the opportunity for further competition against their Asian counterparts.