Women’s Eurobasket 2023: when is it, dates, calendar, format and where is it played?

He Women’s Eurobasket 2023 will be held between June 15 and 25 and its headquarters are Israel and Slovenia. The matches will be played in Tel Aviv and Ljubljana. The latter will also host the final phase. In an initial plan, there were going to be four cities with matches, Tel Aviv (for the group stage) and three in Slovenia: Celje, Koper and Ljubljana, which finally remained as the only venue in the Adriatic country.

The pavilions in which it will be played are, therefore, the Stozice Arena in Slovenia (with capacity for 12,480 fans) and the Menora Mivtachim Arena in Tel Aviv (10,383). The tournament will continue the 2021 edition, organized by France and Spain and in which Serbia prevailed. Spain finished in seventh position.

The first phase will be played from June 15 to 18, the first match will be played on the 20th, the quarterfinals on the 22nd, the semifinals on the 24th and on the 25th the match for third and fourth place and the grand finale. 16 teams compete that are grouped into four groups of four teams. The one who finishes first in each group goes directly to the quarterfinals. The second and third play that previous crossing, of eighths. And the last of each group is eliminated.

In an edition of which Russia and Belarus fell due to the war in UkraineThese are the 16 teams that will compete for the title:

GROUP A: SpainMontenegro, Latvia and Greece

B GROUP: Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic and Israel

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GROUP C: Germany, Great Britain, Slovenia and France

GROUP D: Türkiye, Slovakia, Hungary and Serbia

Groups A and B will play their matches in Tel Aviv. The C and D, in Ljubljana. The complete schedule can be consulted at THIS LINK from the official page of the championship, in FIBA. The classification criteria are: First, the total points. In case of a tie, the face to face between the teams. The third is the difference in points and the fourth and last, the number of points scored.

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