Basketball Champions League Quarter-Finals Draw explained
MUNICH, Germany (Basketball Champions League) - Following the conclusion of the Basketball Champions League Round of 16, 8 clubs have qualified for the Quarter-Finals Draw to be conducted on Friday, March 10 in Munich (14:00 CET, livestreamed on www.championsleague.basketball).
This draw concerns the Quarter-Finals only. The Final Four draw will happen early April, after completion of the Quarter-Finals games and together with the announcement of the Final Four Host City.
Draw for the Quarter-Finals (8 clubs participating)
Games will be played over two rounds (March 21-22 and March 28-29) on a home & away format.
The concept of the draw is simple as it is an open draw. No seeded teams and no draw restrictions apply. Teams will be drawn as pairs. The first team of the pair drawn will play the first game at home.
The teams to be drawn are as follows:
A first ball is drawn – the corresponding team will play the first game at home.
A second ball is drawn – the corresponding team will play the second game at home.
This first pair takes position 1 in the Quarter-Finals draw. The process will be followed until all 4 Games of the Quarter-Finals have been drawn.
No draw restrictions will apply.
The draw will be livestreamed on Basketball Champions League digital channels (website, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter) on Friday, March 10 at 14:00 CET.
About Basketball Champions League
The Basketball Champions League is an innovative 50-50 joint partnership between FIBA and 10 top European leagues. It is a fair competition based on sporting principles with teams qualifying through national leagues. It is a truly European club competition with 30 countries.
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