The men will hope to at least match their achievement of four years ago where they beat the Netherlands in the third and fourth place play-off.
They have experience with the likes of Simon Munn, Jon Pollock, Kevin Hayes, Peter Finbow and Terry Bywater who all played in last weekend's Paralympic World Cup.
Andy Blake and Matt Byrne, who both missed the tournament through injury, have both been selected.
Abdi Jama, Simon Brown, Joe Bestwick, Jon Hall and Ade Oregbemi will be making their Paralympic debuts.
Men's coach, Murray Treseder, said: "It was a very tough selection to make because the squad of 15 were all pretty even.
"Our performances were promising at the Paralympic World Cup especially as it was the first time they've played together this year.
"We've got a lot of improvements to make but we're confident that we'll be able to make those between now and Beijing."
The wheelchair basketball events at the Games take place at the University of Science and Technology Gymnasium before the finals at the National Indoor Stadium.
Men: Joe Bestwick, Andy Blake, Simon Brown, Matt Byrne, Terry Bywater, Peter Finbow, Jon Hall, Kevin Hayes, Abdi Jama, Simon Munn, Ade Orogbemi, Jon Pollock. Reserves: Ghaz Choudhry, Dan Highcock, Ian Sagar.
Women: Jill Fox, Helen Freeman, Joanne Harper, Caroline Maclean, Caroline Matthews, Pauline McDonald, Wendy Smith, Clare Strange, Louise Sugden, Helen Turner, Sally Wager, Ann Wild. Reserves: Paula Johnson, Laurie Williams
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