When is the Euroleague final between Real Madrid and Panathinaikos? Date and time

cFour teams were chosen to compete between Friday the 24th and Sunday the 26th in the Final Four of the Euroleague in its 2024 edition: Panathinaikos against Fenerbahce in the first semi-final and Real Madrid against Olympiacos in the second.

In the first of the duels, the Greek team was able to get rid of its Turkish rival 73 – 57 with an inspired Lessortscoring 17 points and capturing 10 rebounds.

In the second match, which pitted the current champion, Real Madrid, and Olympiacos, the whites won 87 – 76 in a great game of Musa, Hezonja, Poirier, and Tavares.

Date of the Euroleague final between Panathinaikos and Real Madrid

The final of the Euroleague Final Four between Real Madrid and Panathinaikos will be played on Sunday, May 26 at 8:00 p.m..

For your partthe match for third and fourth place will be played on the same Sunday at 5:00 p.m.. Olympiacos and Fenerbahçe will play it.

The Final Four will take place at the Uber Arena in Berlin, a venue with capacity for more than 17,000 spectators. You can follow all the action through Movistar Plus+ in Spain.

The Euroleague, the highest club competition at European level

The Euroleague, known for sponsorship reasons as Turkish Airlines Euroleague, is the Europe’s top basketball club competition. Disputed since the 2000-01 season, it is organized and controlled by the private company Euroleague Basketballunder the responsibility of the Euroleague Commercial Assets (ECA).

In the 2022-23 season, Real Madrid returned to the final after losing to Anadolu Efes the previous year to claim their eleventh title. In an exciting match at the Algirio Arena in Kaunas, the Real Madrid point guard, Sergio Llull scored the winning shot with 3.1 seconds left on the clock in the championship game, ending a five-year drought since their last win in 2018.

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