Euroleague Final Four television schedule


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The Euroleague Final Four takes places Friday and Sunday at the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy. This year’s Final Four will be televised by over 50 networks to a record-setting 201 countries on six continents.

The schedule of games is as follows:

Semi-Final #1- CSKA Moscow vs Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv, Friday May 16, 6pm CEST

Semi-Final #2- Regal FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid, Friday May 16, 9pm CEST

3rd Place Game- Semi-Final losers, Sunday May 18, 5pm CEST

Championship Game- Semi-Final winners, Sunday May 18, 9pm CEST

(For times in the US, EDT is 6 hours behind CEST)

All games are available live on and ESPN3. NBA-TV will show a replay of the CSKA Moscow vs Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv contest Saturday morning at Noon EDT, and they will telecast the Championship Game on a one-hour delay starting Sunday at 4pm EDT.

The following is a complete list of networks broadcasting the games worldwide. Fans should check their local listings for exact times as some games may be shown on a delayed basis.

BETV, Belgium
BEIN, France
ESPN3, USA & Canada
Liaoning TV, China
LETV, China
Chonquing TV, China
SportKlub, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, FYROM
Novasports HD, Greece
HPRT, Greece
Sport 1, Germany
Viasat, Lithuania, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway
NTV Spor, Turkey
Digi Sport Hun, Hungary
Digi Sport Rom, Romania
Sport 5, Israel
Fox Sports, Italy
FOX, Poland
TV3, Spain
Canal + Deportes, Spain
Al Jazeera, Middle East
Supersport, Africa
GMG, Georgia
Solar, Philippines
Sport 1 Ned, Netherlands
Eurosport Asia, Asia & South Pacific
Direct TV, South America
SkyMex, Mexico and Central America
Sportv, Portugal
Sport 24 (in Flight)
Ten Sports, India 
BT, United Kingdom
Telenet, Belgium
Setanta, Africa
TV+, Bulgaria
Film+HD, Bulgaria

Not all games will be available in all areas, it is at the discretion of each network as to which games will be shown and the exact times at which the games will be available. Fans are urged to check their local listings well in advance, and die-hard fans are reminded that all games are available live online through and ESPN3 (where available).

Don Ellis started covering sports professionally when he was 15. He attended Ball State University, and some of his past credits include InsideHoops (columnist) and ESPN Florida (The Florida Sports Reporters, SportsCenter anchor) . In addition to running and writing for The Sports Bank and ChicagoNow (Bullsville), he is also a KHSAA baseball umpire. He’s a 3rd-generation Cubs fan, a Bulls fan since the days of Van Lier and Sloan, and a life-long New England Patriots fan. Follow Don on Twitter @Bullsville.


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