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EuroLeague Women Season 2013-14 Drawn

05 July 2013
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FIBA Europe Secretary General Kamil Novak at the club competition draw
FIBA Europe Secretary General Kamil Novak speaking at the EuroLeague Women draw

The EuroLeague Women draw for the 2013-14 season concluded on Friday in Munich, Germany.

Champions UMMC Ekaterinburg headline Group A, where they meet last season's semi-finalists Tango Bourges Basket and Good Angels Kosice.

The runners-up of 2013, Fenerbahce were drawn in Group B, together with 2012 finalists Rivas Ecopolis as well as Nadezhda Orenburg and Wisla Can-Pack Krakow.

Group C will be led by four-time champions Sparta&K MR Vidnoje, who, among others, will face Galatasaray and 2011 champions Perfumerias Avenida.

The 2013/14 season will tip-off on 6 November while the Final Eight will be held 7-13 April.

In case the Final Eight hosts, which will be decided in fall 2013, are among the first five teams in its group, the top five teams from each group advance to the play-offs, playing out the seven teams to join the hosts in the Final Eight.

Should the Final Eight hosts not make the top-five in their group, the top four from each group plus the two best fifth-placed teams advance.

The EuroLeague Women 2013/14 Regular Season Groups

Group A Group B Group C
UMMC Ekaterinburg Fenerbahce SK Sparta&K MR Vidnoje
Tango Bourges Basket Rivas Ecopolis Perfumerias Avenida
Good Angels Kosice Wisla Can-Pack Krakow Galatasaray
Famila Schio Nadezhda Orenburg CCC Polkowice
UNI Györ UE Sopron USK Prague
Kayseri Kaski Spor BK IMOS Brno WBC Novi Zagreb
  Lattes Montpellier Kibirkstis VICI-IKI Vilnius

 

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