20 September, 2023
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EuroLeague Women confirms participating clubs for 2024-25 season
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EuroLeague Women confirms participating clubs for 2024-25 season

MUNICH (Germany) - The list of clubs that will compete in the 2024-25 season of EuroLeague Women has been finalized, it was announced on Friday.

A total of 19 clubs - representing nine different National Federations - have registered for the upcoming campaign, which sees the introduction of a new competition system.

There are direct places in the Regular Season for 13 clubs - including reigning champions Fenerbahce - while the remaining three spots will be determined by the Qualifiers - with the home-and-away ties taking place on September 18 and 25.

The clubs with direct berths to the Regular Season are as follows:

Fenerbahce (TUR)
Villeneuve d'Ascq-LM (FRA)
Valencia Basket Club (ESP)
DVTK HUN-Therm Miskolc (HUN)
Umana Reyer Venezia (ITA)
KGHM Polkowice (POL)
Olympiacos SFP (GRE)
CBK Mersin (TUR)
Tango Bourges Basket (FRA)
Perfumerias Avenida Salamanca (ESP)
Uni Gyor (HUN)
Beretta Famila Schio (ITA)

The clubs competing in the Qualifiers are:

Basket Landes (FRA) - seeded
Casademont Zaragoza (ESP) - seeded
KSC Szekszard (HUN) - seeded
Besiktas JK (TUR)
CSM Constanta (ROU)
Zabiny Brno (CZE)

Teams in the Qualifiers were seeded based on the three-year ranking of clubs in European Club Competitions, and the seeded teams will be at home for the return leg of the ties.

The three losing teams will enter EuroCup Women for the 2024-25 season, being placed directly in the Regular Season.

The EuroLeague Women clubs will find out their opponents for the upcoming campaign when the draw for the Qualifiers and Regular Season is held in Munich, Germany on July 18.


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