The EuroLeague Women Final Four is headed to Brno, Czech Republic.
FIBA Europe announced on Friday that Gambrinus Brno will play host to the event, with the semi-finals taking place on 11th April and the finals two days later on 13th April.
The 2006 champions advanced to the Final Four by defeating Ros Casares on their home floor on Wednesday.
"Gambrinus Brno has been one of the top clubs in Europe in the last decade and having hosted the event before I have no doubt they are up to the task," commented FIBA Europe President George Vassilakopoulos.
"We know that we will be seeing the best women's basketball players in the world and the atmosphere should be equally impressive."
"The experience and dedication to the game of women's basketball that both the club and their fans have shown over the years ensures that it will be a great event," added FIBA Europe Secretary General Nar Zanolin.
"We know from working with them over the years that they know what exactly it takes to organize a great Final Four."
The semi-finals will be contested on 11th April with Brno taking on Bourges Basket from France while Russian rivals UMMC Ekaterinburg and Spartak Moscow Region will face off in the other semi-final for the right to play for the EuroLeague Women title.