The Conference Qualifying Round of the FIBA Europe Cup Women came to an end last night. The top 2 teams from each group qualified for the Pan-European Round. The draw for the Pan-European Round was held today in Munich and the 24 clubs were sorted into 6 groups of 4 as follows:
|Group D||Group E||Group F|
|Szolnoki Mav Coop (HUN)||Kozachka Zalk (UKR)||Lachen Ramat Hasharon (ISR)|
|A.O. Astir Exarchion (GRE)||Delta I.C.P. Kosice (SVK)||ZKK Vojvodina Nis-Gas (SCG)|
|BC Red Star Belgrade (SCG)||Italsoft Reyer Venezia (ITA)||Slavia Sofia (BUL)|
|Technological University (RUS)||USO Mondeville Basket (FRA)||Delta Basket Alessandria (ITA)|
|Group G||Group H||Group I|
|ESBVA Lille Métropole (FRA)||Trentino Rovereto Basket (ITA)||Baltiskaya Zwezda (RUS)|
|DKSK Mikolic (HUN)||S.U. Glyfada Esperides Kyklos (GRE)||Basket Spezia Club (ITA)|
|BG Dorsten (GER)||Dynamo Moscow (RUS)||Cajacanarias (ESP)|
|Fenerbahce SK Istanbul (TUR)||Szeviep Szeged (HUN)||Migros Spor Kulübü (TUR)|
The clubs will play round robin, home and away games starting on 11th December, 2003. The top team from each group, along with the 2 best second-placed clubs, will qualify for the Pan-European Play-Offs.
The 8 qualified clubs will play a best of 3 series to determine the 4 clubs that will go to the final four. The 8 clubs will be ranked based on their win/loss percentage in the Pan-European Round and the pairings will be 1v.8, 2.v7, 3v.6, 4v.5.
The final four will take place on April 3rd and 4th, 2003 in the city of one of the participants. The full competition schedule can be found here.