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EuroLeague live streams: How to watch the 2022/23 season online

By Harry Edwards

EuroLeague live streams: How to watch the 2022/23 season online

Published: 8:00, 2 February 2023

We’re over the halfway stage of the 2022/23 EuroLeague season and boy oh boy are things getting interesting.

How to live stream EuroLeague fixtures online:

Bet365 are live streaming a selection of EuroLeague fixtures this season. Here’s how you can access games being live streamed on the bet365 platform:

  • Click on this link.
  • Click ‘join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

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The EuroLeague is in its 23rd season of the modern era, having previously been known as the European Champions Cup – not to be confused with the Basketball Champions League. The Champions League is what replaced the Champions Cup after FIBA lost the rights for the tournament with EuroLeague Basketball being created.

But despite the Champions League being the pinnacle of the football world, the EuroLeague is widely recognised as the top tier of European basketball. EuroLeague consists of 18 teams, with 12 given long-term licences, plus four wildcards. The final two spots each season are given to the top two teams from the previous season’s EuroCup (the second tier); however, if one of the EuroCup teams makes the playoffs they keep their spot for the following season.

That’s what happened to Monaco, meaning only Virtus Bologna jumped up after winning the EuroCup trophy. At the other end of the EuroLeague table, Anadolu Efes are defending champions having beaten Real Madrid in the final to secure their second consecutive crown.

However, hopes of successive title defences for Anadolu Efes are looking slim at the minute, with the Istanbul club currently outside of the play-off positions following their recent defeats to Bayern Munich, Galatasaray and Baskonia. Instead, Real Madrid and Olympiacos are leading the EuroLeague charge with identical 15-7 records, while Barcelona and Monaco are clinging to their coattails.

At the opposite end of the table, ALBA Berlin are currently circling the drain and rooted to the foot of the table, with Olimpia Milano also struggling. LDLC ASVEL and Panathinaikos are only just keeping their heads above the water.

EuroLeague fixtures | Latest | Round 23

Thursday 2 February

  • Valencia Basket vs Maccabi Tel Aviv (7.30pm, UK time)
  • Olimpia Milano vs Crvena zvezda (7.30pm, UK time)
  • Barcelona vs Bayern Munich (7.30pm, UK time)

Friday 3 February

  • Fenerbahce Beko vs ALBA Berlin (5.45pm, UK time)
  • Zalgiris vs Partizan (6pm, UK time)
  • Monaco vs Real Madrid (6pm, UK time)
  • Olympiacos vs Anadolu Efes (7pm, UK time)
  • Baskonia vs Panathinaikos (7.30pm, UK time)
  • LDLC ASVEL vs Virtus Segafredo Bologna (8pm, UK time)

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