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All to know about the Euroleague Final Four 2024 tickets

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The Euroleague Final Four is the most eagerly awaited European basketball event of the year. The four best teams in the league go head-to-head over a weekend of great drama. In fact, every winner of the playoff quarter-finals qualifies for the Final Four.

Venue for the Euroleague Final Four 2024

Every year, the Euroleague Final Four takes place on a neutral ground. The venue is usually decided a year in advance by the competition organizer. In 2024, Berlin has been chosen as the host city for the Final Four. The teams will play for the title in the magnificent Mercedes-Benz Arena. This stadium has a capacity of 15,000. The atmosphere promises to be exceptional, with thousands of fans in raptures.

Date of the Euroleague 2024 Final Four

Every year, the Euroleague Final Four takes place in May. It is often spaced a few weeks apart from the playoff quarter-finals. In 2024, the F4 Euroleague will take place on May 24 and 26. Teams are given a day off between the semi-finals and the final.

Teams qualified for the Euroleague Final Four 2024

While we wait to find out which teams have qualified for the 2024 edition, here are the teams who took part in the Euroleague 2023 Final Four.

FC Barcelona

Barcelona is the first team to qualify for the Euroleague Final Four. This Catalan basketball institution is no stranger to the competition. Almost every year, FC Barcelona is one of the favorites to win the championship. In 2023, they finished the regular season in second place. In the quarter-finals, Nikola Mirotic and his team-mates made short work of Zalgiris Kaunas. This opponent was dreaming of playing a Final Four match on home soil… but in the end, it was not to be.


The Greek team qualified for the Euroleague Final Four by eliminating Fenerbahce. They will meet the Monegasques in the semi-finals of the Final Four. Thousands of fans are expected to travel to Lithuania for the occasion.

AS Monaco

For the first time in its history, AS Monaco Basket has qualified for the Euroleague Final Four. It’s the first time in 27 years that a club from the French championship has achieved such a feat. Mike James and his team-mates will be out for revenge in the semi-finals, against the same opponents who denied them a place in the last four last year.

After losing two straight games at home to Partizan Belgrade in the quarter-finals, Real Madrid turned things around and won 3-2 to set up a 100% Spanish clash in the Euroleague semi-finals.

Ticket prices for the 2024 Euroleague Final Four

Like every year, the 2024 edition of the Euroleague Final Four will be sold out. It only took a few hours for the thousands of tickets on sale to be snapped up. And all this despite not exactly cheap prices. Tickets cost between 225 and 515 euros.

With the announcement of the last teams to qualify for the Euroleague Final Four, tickets should become available from fans of the eliminated teams. The resale market will therefore be in full swing. You’ll need to be quick on your feet and not skimp on tickets to secure the last available seats. With demand far outstripping supply for this international event, ticket prices are quite high. As an indication, it will cost you at least 400 euros to attend the two semi-finals. Only day passes are sold. These allow you to attend both matches on the day. The same system applies to Sunday, when the grand final will be played following the third-place match.

Euroleague Final Four tickets – semi finals

Euroleague Final Four tickets – final + 3rd place game

Accommodation in Berlin

Finding accommodation in Berlin for the Euroleague Final Four is far from easy. Most establishments are already fully booked. Or they are offering exorbitant rates. In fact, hotels are taking advantage of the city’s huge appeal over the weekend to drive up prices. As the Euroleague Final Four is an unforgettable experience, many fans have made a financial sacrifice. That’s the price you have to pay to attend such an event!

About the author
Alan Le Bolloch

Alan Le Bolloch

Alan is the founder and photographer of 3PTSHOT! For over 10 years, he has been sharing his passion for basketball on this blog. He regularly travels to the USA to cover NBA games. Alan is also the author of the book "Create a successful website: make a living from your passion and realize your dreams".