The women's Euroleague changes: four groups and two bubbles

The regular phase will be played in two Windows in which each team will play three games. The rooms will be a round trip, but in a single venue.

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FIBA Europe announced on Thursday that the women's Euroleague will change its format this season due to the pandemic. The number of matches are reduced and bubbles are created to facilitate the course of the competition.

The previous round, in which Uni Girona will try to win its place against the Romanian ACS Sepsi and which was scheduled for next week, will be played on October 28 and 29 in a single match. The regular phase also changes. Four groups of four teams each have been formed (before they were two of eight) and two Windows will be played with three games in each. The first will be from November 29 to December 5 and the second from January 17 to 23. Each group will play each Window in a unique venue.

The best two in each group will advance to the fourth. This tie will be played in a round-trip match, although the venue will not be changed. It will be from March 14 to 20. Those who win will play the Final Four.

FIBA Europe has also announced how the groups are. Perfumerías Avenida will play with the Russians Dynamo Kursk and Nadezhda and the winner of the Turkish Izmit Belediyespor and the Hungarian Aluinvent DVTK Miskolc. And in the event that Uni Girona qualifies they will face the Russian Yekaterinburg, the Italian Famila Schio and the Latvian TTT Riga.

Women's Euroleague Groups Group A

Dynamo Kursk (Russia)

Nadezhda (Russia)

Perfumerías Avenida

DVTK (Hungary) or Izmit (Turkey)

Group B

ZVVZ USK Prague (Czech Republic)

Fenerbahçe (Turkey)

LDSLC Asvel (France)

VBW Arka Gdynia (Poland)

Group C

UMMC Yekaterinburg (Russia)

Famila Schio (Italy)

TTT Riga (Latvia)

Uni Girona or ACS Sepsi (Rum)

Group D

Sopron Basket (Hungary)

Bourges Basket (France)

Galatasaray (Turkey)

Basket Landes (France)



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