The co-hosts of the FIBA EuroBasket 2022 passed the torch to the organisers of the 2025 edition of the competition.

It has been revealed that the 42nd edition of FIBA EuroBasket by the FIBA Europe Board will be held in Cyprus, Finland, Poland and Latvia. Poland was the fourth and final confirmed host while the other three organisers were approved by the Board earlier.

The ceremony which revealed this information took place on Sunday during the halftime of the Third Place Game between Germany and Poland, with the 2022 hosts passing their duties to their successors.

Turgay Demirel, FIBA Europe President, and Kamil Novak, FIBA Executive Director Europe, also took part in the handover ceremony.

Andreas Mouzourides, President of the Cypriot Basketball Federation; Timo Elo, Basketball Finland President; Raimonds Vejonis, President of the Latvian Basketball Association; and Radosław Piesiewicz, President of the Polish Basketball Federation all represented the 2025 organisers.

Meanwhile, Michal Konecny, Secretary General of the Czech Basketball Federation; George Kartvelishvili, Georgian Basketball Federation Secretary General and Wolfgang Brenscheidt, German Basketball Federation Secretary General served as representatives for the current hosts.

The next edition of the basketball tournament will be the fourth to implement the multi-hosting format since it was introduced in 2015.


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