EuroLeague, 2000 - Present
+ ARCHIVE + NEWS ACCESS
With 18 elite teams from Europe’s biggest cities, the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague is the continent’s most prestigious basketball competition, watched by millions of fans around the world. EuroLeague Basketball (EB) also organises the 7DAYS EuroCup as well as the sport’s premier under-18 showcase, the EB Adidas Next Generation Tournament.
NEWS ACCESS - Euroleague 2022
|Non-exclusive, News Access
|The right to broadcast, transmit or otherwise exploit up to 3 minutes of footage from each Authorized Game for news access purposes, for its broadcast on same day delayed basis during 48 hours following the conclusion of the relevant Authorized Game.
|Worldwide with specific carve-outs in Italy, Germany, Israel and the Indian subcontinent. The rest is on a non-exclusive basis.
|Right to broadcast, transmit or otherwise exploit up to three (3) minutes of footage from each Authorised Game for news access purposes, for its broadcast on same day delayed basis during the forty-eight (48) hours following the conclusion of the relevant Authorised Game.
Other Information: International Sound cleared for all footage/programming.
*All footage/programming is licensed on a non-exclusive basis and subject to final approval.
Founded in 2000 under a breakthrough private organizational model for European professional team sports, Euroleague Basketball manages the continent's two premier men's basketball competitions, the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague and 7DAYS EuroCup, as well the sport's premier under-18 showcase, the EuroLeague Basketball Adidas Next Generation tournament. Both the men's and junior European champions are crowned each spring at world basketball’s signature weekend event, the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Final Four.
The Regular Season begins in late September (October), finishing in April and is followed by the Playoffs stages. The Final Four then battle it out in late May for the coveted Turkish Airlines EuroLeague title, in a weekend showcasing the best of European basketball.
7 DAYS Eurocup | The Regular Season (with the new format of 20 teams divided in two groups of 10) of the undisputed second best clubs’ basketball competition in Europe begins in October, finishing in early April and is followed by the Playoffs stages (with the revolutionary single game, ‘knock-out’ format) throughout the month and the beginning of May. The Final will then determine, in late May, the new champion and the runner up with both teams qualifying* for the following season of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.