17 - 27
June 2021


Having faced each other in the last two FIBA Women's EuroBasket Finals, France and Spain have teamed up to host the 38th edition of Europe's flagship women's basketball event.

The Rhenus Sport in Strasbourg and the Pavello Fuente de Sant Lluis in Valencia will each host two pools of the Group Phase and the corresponding Quarter-Finals, with the Final Phase of the competition moving exclusively to Valencia.

FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021 will take place from June 17-27, 2021.


    The European capital and the capital of Alsace, Strasbourg exudes youthfulness and energy. If you love heritage, culture and the art of living, there's no doubt that you'll fall in love with this city!

    The seat of many European and international institutions, Strasbourg is a symbolic capital, which embodies the fundamental values ​​of Europe. The historical and architectural heritage of Strasbourg makes it the heart of Alsace, with its city center, the Grande Île (Grand Island) classified a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

    The European quarter is home to many institutions such as the European Parliament, the Palais de l'Europe and the Human Rights Building. In total, nearly 20 different organizations are located in Strasbourg, earning it the title of the European capital.

    Today, the Eurométropole de Strasbourg brings together 33 municipalities and over 500,000 inhabitants.


    A place full of contrasts awaits the visitor with a charming old town next to futuristic buildings. This is Valencia, one of Spain’s most welcoming cities to spend a few days - or more!

    València is located on Spain's eastern coast, at the mouth of the Turia River, right in the center of the Gulf of València. It is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, a stretch of water which has gradually forged the city's character over the centuries.

    It is the third-largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, surpassing 800,000 inhabitants in the municipality.

    More than 2,000 years of history have really left their mark on one of the most important historic centers in Europe, with the city being the home to Romans, Visigoths and Muslims since it was founded in 130 BC.

    The city is full of art and masterpieces from previous civilizations, with the Silk Exchange market (La Llotja de la Seda), erected in early Valencian Gothic style, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.