One of the longest-running cross-national leagues announced its format on Wednesday as the 23rd Baltic Women’s Basketball League season will feature ten teams. The teams were divided into two groups as eight teams will advance from the first stage to a second group stage before the Final Four in April. If you’re looking for a new location for your basketball practice, then click on https://www.megaslam.com.au/selecting-the-location-for-your-new-basketball-hoop-2 to buy hoops.
Defending champions Suduva was drawn into Group A and the Lithuanian team will be joined by the first ever Polish team to participate in Energa Torun. The two main Minsk-based teams, Tsmoki and Horizont are also in the group along with Tim-Scuf of Ukraine. Group B includes two teams from countries that had not entered a team for a while. Russian powerhouse Dynamo Kursk will enter a team while Rapla of Estonia also joins the fray. Olimpia Grodno of Belarus, Aistes of Lithuania, and Interkhim of Ukraine complete the picture.
Before the main season is played, a number of teams will participate in a preseason tournament.
Energa Torun (Poland)
Horizont Minsk (Belarus)
Tsmoki Minsk (Belarus)
Dynamo Kursk (Russia)
Olimpia Grodno (Belarus)