Euroleague Basketball, which organises continental club competitions in Europe, has partnered with social media and data analytics company HEED to launch a new digital platform that will seek to enhance fan engagement during the top-tier EuroLeague tournament.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has confirmed that the Hungarian city of Sopron will host the 2018 edition of the EuroLeague Women Final Four.
Euroleague Basketball has spelled out further details behind a new proposal which it will share with the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) later this month in an effort to break the period of conflict between the two bodies.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has made the latest move in an effort to resolve a scheduling conflict between itself and Euroleague Basketball by announcing the rescheduling of qualifying games for the 2019 World Cup.
Euroleague Basketball, which organises continental club competitions in Europe, has today (Monday) unveiled details of a new scheme to work with teams across various commercial areas in an effort to maximise revenue and create business sustainability.
Euroleague Basketball has fired back at criticism of its scheduling for the 2017-18 season of top-tier club competition the EuroLeague in the latest development in its ongoing battle with the International Basketball Federation (Fiba).
Euroleague Basketball has today (Thursday) opted to retain its calendar model for its top club competitions in a move that potentially puts it on a collision course with the International Basketball Federation (Fiba).
Euroleague Basketball has announced that the 2017 edition of its Final Four end-of-season showpiece will take place in Belgrade, marking the first time the Serbian capital will host the contest.
Euroleague Basketball has announced that the 2017 edition of its Final Four end-of-season men’s showpiece event will take place in Istanbul, Turkey.
Euroleague Basketball has named 40 clubs from 13 countries to compete in its two elite competitions for the upcoming 2016-17 season, as the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) continues with its plans for a new Champions League event.
The escalating dispute over the future direction of European club basketball stepped up a notch today (Tuesday) after the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) confirmed it has filed a complaint to the European Commission (EC) against Euroleague Properties SA, a subsidiary of Euroleague Commercial Assets (ECA).
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has announced that Europe’s 10 major domestic leagues and the Union of European Basketball Leagues (ULEB) have agreed to participate in its new Basketball Champions League tournament.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) and Euroleague Basketball have pressed ahead with their rival visions for the future of the European club game after staging their latest meetings this week.
Euroleague Basketball has signed a 10-season deal with the IMG Events & Media agency to establish a new joint-venture to operate relaunched European club competitions from the start of the 2016-17 season.
Euroleague Basketball, the governing body of continental club competitions in Europe, has maintained that other proposals remain on the table after the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) detailed its plans for a new Champions League competition.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has unveiled its new second-tier European men’s club competition as it continues its drive to introduce a new league structure on the continent.
Euroleague Basketball chief executive and president, Jordi Bertomeu, has called on the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) to focus on improving its national team competitions amid the battle for power over the club game on the continent.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced that the Boston Celtics will travel to face Spanish side Real Madrid in a pre-season match on October 8, in the latest addition to the NBA Global Games 2015 series.
Euroleague Basketball and a collective of the continent’s leading clubs have fired the latest salvo against the International Basketball Federation’s (Fiba’s) plans for reform of the European game.
Euroleague Basketball and Chinese media and entertainment group HBN have formed a new company to manage the rights of the pan-European club competition in China.
Euroleague Basketball has revealed the details of new Financial Fair Play rules that will be implemented for the start of the 2015-16 campaign of the European club tournament.
The Fiba Europe division of basketball’s governing body, Fiba, has confirmed it is taking legal action against the Euroleague continental club tournament.
Euroleague Basketball has announced that the 2016 edition of its Final Four end-of-season men’s showpiece event will take place in the German capital, Berlin.
European basketball stakeholders have reiterated their opposition to the International Basketball Federation’s (Fiba) plans to instigate calendar reform and have called for further talks with the global governing body to find a “suitable solution”.
Euroleague Basketball has announced a new economic distribution model for its top-tier Euroleague competition and the introduction of a Financial Fair Play (FFP) system.
Euroleague Basketball will fit its officials with micro-cameras for the first time when Spanish rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona face one another on Thursday.
Euroleague Basketball has selected Madrid to host the 2015 edition of its showpiece Final Four series.
Euroleague Basketball has announced that today's (Thursday's) Top 16 clash between FC Barcelona and Laboral Kutxa Vitoria will become the first game in European basketball to generate content on the Google Glass wearable computer.