The European Basketball Championship 2022 will take place from September 1st to 18th. You can find out how to watch the games online and on TV here.

A year later, the 41st European Basketball Championship will take place between September 1st and 18th in four countries: Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic and Georgia. How to watch the games live.

The basketball championship is offered by the pay-TV provider MagentaSport. However, MagentaSport will show the games of the German team live for free.

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Group A in Tbilisi: Russia, Georgia, Spain, Bulgaria, Belgium, Turkey

1 September Spain – Bulgaria, 1.30pm Turkey – Russia, 4.15pm Belgium – Georgia, 7pm

3 SeptemberRussia v Belgium 1.30pmBulgaria v Turkey 4.15pmGeorgia v Spain 7pm

4 September Bulgaria v Russia 1.30pm Spain v Belgium 4.15pm Turkey v Georgia 7pm

6 SeptemberBelgium v ​​Turkey 1.30pmRussia v Spain 4.15pmGeorgia v Bulgaria 7pm

7 September Turkey – Spain 1.30pm Bulgaria – Belgium 4.15pm Georgia – Russia 7pm

Group B in Cologne: Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Lithuania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France

1 SeptemberBosnia and Herzegovina – Hungary, 2.30pm, Slovenia – Lithuania, 5.15pm, France – Germany, 8.30pm

September 3 Germany – Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2.30 p.m.Lithuania – France, 5.45 p.m.Hungary – Slovenia, 8.30 p.m

4 SeptemberLithuania – Germany, 2.30 p.m.Slovenia – Bosnia and Herzegovina, 5.45 p.m.France – Hungary, 8.30 p.m

6 SeptemberBosnia and Herzegovina – France, 2.30pmHungary – Lithuania, 5.15pmGermany – Slovenia, 8.30pm

7 SeptemberBosnia and Herzegovina – Lithuania, 3.30pm France – Slovenia, 5.15pm Hungary – Germany, 8.30pm

Group C in Milan: Greece, Estonia, Ukraine, Great Britain, Italy, Croatia

2 September Ukraine – Great Britain, 2.15 p.m. Croatia – Greece, 5 p.m. Italy – Estonia, 9 p.m

3 September Great Britain – Croatia, 2.15 p.m.Estonia – Ukraine, 5 p.m.Greece – Italy, 9 p.m

5 September Croatia – Estonia, 2.15pm Great Britain – Greece, 5pm Ukraine – Italy, 9pm

6 SeptemberEstonia – Great Britain, 2.15pmGreece – Ukraine, 5pmItaly – Croatia, 9pm

8 September Croatia v Ukraine 2.15pm Estonia v Greece 5pm UK v Italy 9pm

Group D in Prague: Netherlands, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Israel, Serbia

2 SeptemberIsrael – Finland, 2pmPoland – Czech Republic, 5.30pmSerbia – Netherlands, 9pm

3 September Finland v Poland 2pmCzech Republic v Serbia 5.30pmNetherlands v Israel 9pm

September 5Poland – Israel, 2pmCzech Republic – Netherlands, 5.30pmSerbia – Finland, 9pm

6 SeptemberNetherlands – Poland, 2 p.m.Finland – Czech Republic, 5.30 p.m.Israel – Serbia, 9 p.m

8 September Finland v Netherlands 2pmCzech Republic v Israel 5.30pmSerbia v Poland 9pm

September 10th and 11th – Round of 16

September 13 and 14 – Quarterfinals

September 16 – Semifinals

18 September – Final and third place match

The basketball championship is played in four countries. In Germany, the games will take place in Berlin and Cologne. In Italy the game is played in Milan, in the Czech Republic in Prague and in Georgia in the capital Tbilisi. The final round will be played in the knockout system in Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena.

First, the 24 teams play six preliminary round groups, each with four teams, which compete according to the “everyone against everyone” principle. The first four teams in each group make it straight to the final round in Berlin, which begins September 10th.

The managing director of the Bayern basketball team, Marko Pesic, has confidence in the German national team at the European Championship. “Playing at home will give us a boost. The team had bad experiences at the World Cup three years ago. But I think we’re ready to surprise,” said Pesic of the German Press Agency in Munich. The team of head coach Gordon Herbert is required at the tournament with games in Cologne and Berlin from Thursday. That’s what’s waiting for the start Duel with fellow favorite France.

A forecast for the EM, which lasts until September 18, is difficult because many teams are struggling with injuries, said the 45-year-old Pesic at an appointment before the German international match against European champions Slovenia with NBA star Luka Doncic from the Dallas Mavericks. In general, the Bayern boss is looking forward to the tournament. “The best players in the world play at the European Championship. It’s hard to say, you have to wait for the preliminary round,” said Pesic, who, in addition to Doncic, was also alluding to Nikola Jokic from Serbia and the Greek Giannis Antetokounmpo. His father Svetislav Pesic trains the Serbs at the tournament.