30 July, 2022
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Rosters confirmed ahead of FIBA U18 European Championship 2022

IZMIR (Turkey) - The final rosters of the 16 participating teams at the FIBA U18 European Championship 2022 have been confirmed ahead of the start of the tournament, which begins on Saturday, July 30.

Having captured the crown three years ago, four-time champions Spain enter the event in Izmir with hopes of retaining the title but the rest of the field will also have their sights set on the top prize, as the competition returns to its usual format for the first time since 2019.

Click below to see each team's dedicated page and 12-man roster for the event:

Group A: Great Britain, France, Israel, North Macedonia
Group B: Germany, Poland, Spain, Turkey
Group C: Czech Republic, Greece, Serbia, Slovenia
Group D: Croatia, Italy, Lithuania, Montenegro 

The Group Phase is comprised of four groups of four teams each, and will be played in a round-robin format, from Saturday until Monday. 

All contenders will move to the Final Phase, which begins with the Round of 16 on Wednesday. The teams which competed in Group A will cross over with those from Group B, while the ones from Group C will do likewise with the teams from Group D.

The Quarter-Finals are scheduled for Thursday with the Semi-Finals set to take place on Saturday, followed by the Third-Place Game and the Final, on Sunday, August 7.

You can watch all games, live and for free, on YouTube.com/FIBA.

Stay up to date on the official event website and follow #FIBAU18Europe on the newly-launched NextGen Hoops channels on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter

Meanwhile, the Division B tournament tipped off in Ploiesti, Romania on Friday, with 22 teams competing for promotion to the top tier. 

You can follow the action from that event on its own dedicated official website and watch the games on the FIBA YouTube channel.


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