Unicaja and Tenerife already have a rival in the BCL Final Four

Unicaja and Lenovo Tenerife already know what the path of both will be to lift the Basketball Champions League this season of basketball. The Picasso Museum in the capital of Malaga hosted the draw for the Final Four this afternoon, which will be held at the Martín Carpena from May 12 to 14 and in which they will compete for the title, in addition to the two Spanish teams, Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem and Telekom Baskets Bonn.

Ibon Navarro’s team will face German Telekom Baskets Bonn in the semifinals and the Lenovo Tenerife will fight for a place in the final with Hapoel Jerusalem. The meeting between the Canaries and Israelis will open fire on Friday at 5:30 p.m. and the Unicaja – Bonn will be played at 8:30 p.m.. The third and fourth place and the final will take place on Sunday at 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. respectively.

During the appearance prior to the draw, the president of Unicaja, Antonio Jesús López Nieto, has revealed that each club will initially have 567 seats for the Final Four, although in some cases the number of requests is higher. Once Lenovo, Hapeol and Bonn have made the quota, ticket sales will open to Unicaja subscribers and the rest of the general public. In total, 9,000 seats will be put up for sale..

In the absence of FIBA ​​revealing the official prices of season tickets, López Nieto has pointed out that the cheapest will cost just under 70 euros and the most expensive will exceed 200 euros.

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Patrick Comninos, CEO of the BCL, has explained why they have opted for Malaga to host the Final Four. “It is a city where we have a lot of support, it has a great pavilion and people love basketball. It was a very easy decision.”

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