FEB Assembly Approves 2023/24 Roadmap for FEB Competitions

Being an important part of its agenda, the FEB Assembly has approved today what will be the 2023/24 roadmap of the FEB Competitions for the new course. A stable path in terms of competition systems and that will continue with the end of the deadline for the registration of teams on July 14, thus giving way to the final composition of each League.


The Ordinary General Assembly of the FEB held this Saturday in Madrid has approved both the sports calendar for the 2023/24 season and the main changes and modifications within the Competition Bases of each of its Leagues.

Among the most significant changes, the expansion of the number of registrations of players in the LEB Gold League and in the LF Endesa stands out, where the 16 registrations that were allowed until the last season will increase to the 20 that will mark the new 2023/24 academic year. .

For its part, the main change in the LEB Plata and LF2 Leagues will come in relation to the composition of its two competition groups since, from this season, those Autonomous Communities that have more than 50% of teams within one of their Conferences, will divide their presence equally between both groups. In the same way, a commitment is proposed with which to increase the duration of their seasons for the 2024/25 season.

For its part, the EBA League will also adjust the final composition of its groups with an equitable unification of them in terms of the number of teams and competition dates.

In this way, the six main leagues of the FEB went on to approve their game dates, the next step being the completion of the registration period that will arrive on July 14 at 1:00 p.m. on the peninsula. This date will be the one that marks the final composition of the groups as well as the draw for the different calendars.

Liga LEB Oro:

Reaching what will be its 28th edition, the LEB Oro League will raise the curtain on October 6, thus beginning its almost ten months of competition. A season that will consist of 34 days, with its corresponding stop for the Final of the Princess of Asturias Cup and that will lead to a first round of Playoffs and a Final Four in which the second place for promotion to the League will be at stake Endesa (June 8-9). In this way, the competition will maintain the successful game system of the last few seasons, with a single variant since, on this occasion, the absence of Ventana FIBA ​​in the month of November will lead LEB Oro to stop only at the end of week corresponding to the month of February (from 19 to 27).

Participating teams: 18 teams

Promotion slots: 2nd Endesa League | Relegation places: 3 to LEB Silver

Regular League start: Friday, October 6, 2023

End of the first round: Friday, January 12, 2024

Princess of Asturias Cup: Friday 26 or Saturday 27 January 2024

Regular League Final: Friday, May 10, 2024

Playoffs – Quarterfinals: From May 16 to 31, 2024 (best of 5 games)

Final Four: Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June 2024 (Semis / Final)

LF Endesa:

In what will be Endesa’s fifth season as “title sponsor of the competition”, LF Endesa will act as the first competition of the course to start its Regular League on the weekend of September 23. A first day with which to take the pulse of the competition before the dispute of the Spanish Super Cup a week later (30S – 1O). From that moment on, the League will trace its path towards a Copa de la Reina that will be played in Huelva between March 21 and 24, 2024 as a preamble to the final stretch of a Regular League that will conclude on Saturday, April 20, deciding the name of the 8 teams that will compete for the title in the final Playoffs (April 25 to May 16).

And as is usual every season, the international calendar will be very present in the daily life of the League with two breaks for the FIBA ​​Windows dispute in November 2023 (from 4 to 13) and February 2024 (from 4 to 12), as well as with possible changes to the day for the teams involved in both the Euroleague and Eurocup qualifiers as well as in their hypothetical final phases in the final stretch of the course.

Participating teams: 16 teams

Relegation places: 2 to LF Challenge

Regular League start: Saturday, September 23, 2023

Super Cup: Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1, 2023

End of the first round: Wednesday, January 3, 2024

Queen’s Cup: From March 21 to 24, 2024

Regular League Final: Saturday, April 20, 2024

Playoffs – Quarterfinals: Thursday 25 and Sunday 28 April 2024 (I/V)

Playoffs – Semifinals: Thursday 2 and Sunday May 5, 2024 (I/V)

Playoffs – Final: Thursday 9, Sunday 12 and Thursday 16 May 2024 (Best of 3)

Liga LEB Plata:

About to reach a quarter of a century of life (24th edition), the LEB Silver League will maintain this season both its organization of the last seasons and the competition system with which its three promotion places to the LEB League will be put into play Gold. In this way, the competition will throw its first ball into the air on Saturday, October 7, starting 8 months of competition that will end on May 18 with the dispute of the last round of Playoffs. Before, we will have met the league champion with the Final that will be played between April 13 and 20, as well as the LEB Silver Cup champion in a match that will be played on January 20. And just as it will happen in the LEB Oro League, the competition will only stop at the end of February 2024 for the FIBA ​​Window dispute (from 19 to 27).

Participating teams: 28 teams (2 Conferences of 14)

Places for promotion: 3 to LEB Oro | Relegation places: 6th EBA League

Regular League start: Saturday, October 7, 2023

End of the first round: Wednesday, December 20, 2023

LEB Silver Cup: Saturday, January 20, 2024

Regular League Final: Saturday, April 6, 2024

Final Ascent: Saturday 13 and Saturday 20 April 2024 (I/V)

Playoffs: From April 13 to May 18, 2024

LF Challenge:

The LF Challenge will reach its third edition this year and it will do so by already being a benchmark within national women’s basketball. A competition that has not stopped growing since its premiere last year 2021 and that this course will put two new promotion places to LF Endesa at stake, which will be divided between the league champion and the winner of the Final Four. A path that will begin on Saturday, September 30 and that, after crowning the champion, will rule that 8 teams play the final phase with the conclusion of the Regular League on April 13. And once again, with the Final Four as a strong date on the weekend of May 4-5, 2024.

Participating teams: 16 teams

Places for promotion: 2 to LF Endesa | Relegation places: 2 to Women’s League 2

Regular League start: Saturday, September 30, 2023

End of the first round: Saturday December 16, 2023

Regular League Final: Saturday, April 13, 2024

Playoffs – Quarterfinals: Saturday 20 and Saturday 27 April 2024 (I/V)

Final Four: Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 May 2024 (Semis / Final)

League EBA:

The oldest men’s competition of all the FEB Leagues will start a new season on October 1 with more than a hundred teams at stake throughout the country. From that moment on, the League will be a long journey towards the Final Phases in which the six places for promotion to the LEB Plata League will be put into play for the following season. And all this under a system of equal distribution of teams by group in terms of number of participants and days.

Participating teams: 140 teams (28 teams in 5 groups)

Places for promotion: 6th LEB Silver League

Regular League start: Sunday, October 1, 2023

End of the first round: Sunday, January 7, 2024

Regular League Final: Saturday, April 13, 2024

Qualifiers: Saturday 20 and Saturday 27 April 2024

Final Phase: From May 9 to 12, 2024

Women’s League 2:

Without changes in its competition system, the Women’s League 2 will have one more year with a total of 28 teams that will compete for the 8 places that will be left for the Final Phase. In it, the two champions of the semifinals will achieve sports promotion to LF Challenge between May 9 and 12. In this way, the season will come to an end that will have begun on October 1 with its participants divided into two competition groups and who will fight for the privileged positions throughout 26 days of competition.

Participating teams: 28 teams (2 Conferences of 14)

Promotion places: 2 to LF Challenge | Relegation places: 4 to First National

Regular League start: Sunday, October 1, 2023

End of the first round: Sunday, January 7, 2024

Regular League Final: Saturday, April 13, 2024

Final Phase: From April 25 to 28, 2024

2023-07-08 09:38:00
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