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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Host countries confirmed for Men's, Women's EuroBasket 2021

All Host countries confirmed for Men's, Women's EuroBasket 2021.






Italy, Georgia, Germany and the Czech Republic are co-host countries confirmed to host the 2021 Men's EuroBasket, as announced on Friday, 15 July by FIBA.

Missing out in the bidding for the 41st edition of the competition were Estonia, Hungary, and Slovenia.

Previously Men’s EuroBasket took place in 2017 in Turkey, Finland, Israel, and Romania.




On the other hand, France and Spain have been awarded as co-hosts of FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021 by the FIBA Europe today during the official ceremony held at the Bayerischer Hof Hotel.

The Last 37th edition of the FIBA Women's EuroBasket took place this month, with co-hosts Latvia and Serbia.




EuroBasket 2021: All Host countries confirmed for Men's, Women's tournament.




Prague (Czech Republic), Tbilisi (Georgia), Italy (Milan) and Cologne (Germany) will host the four first phase groups and Berlin will host the final round of the tournament. The Eurobasket 2021 will be held between 17 and 29 August 2021.

Just like the 2019 Basketball World Cup, the participants of the tournament will be decided through the Qualification “windows”.


Lyon (FRA) and Valencia (ESP) will be the two venues for the Group Phase and the Quarter-Finals for Women's EuroBasket 2021. The Semi-Finals, the Third Place Game and the Final will all be played in Paris. The host venues will be Palais des Sports de Gerland, Lyon, Pavelló Fuente de Sant Lluis, Valencia, and Bercy Arena, Paris.

France hosted the competition in 1962, 1976, 2001 and 2013, while the tournament went to Spain in 1987.

FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021 will take place in the month of June, with once again a 16 team draw. The Draw for the Qualifiers, which are starting in November 2019, will take place on July 22 in Munich.






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