EuroLeague Basketball officially tips off the new season on Thursday, September 30, with one major change compared to last year.
More specifically, EuroLeague will welcome back fans, after one and a half years, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
In total, at least two-thirds of the 18 EuroLeague teams will begin the season with more than 4,000 fans permitted in their arenas.
Nine clubs are working under guidelines that will allow the arenas to be at more than 50 percent of capacity. Five others are between 40% and 50%.
|Club||Full Capacity||Allowed Capacity||Percentage|
|ANADOLU EFES ISTANBUL||15,185||7,500||50%|
|AX ARMANI EXCHANGE MILAN||12,500||4,375||35%|
|BASKONIA VITORIA GASTEIZ||15,431||6,172||40%|
|CRVENA ZVEZDA MTS BELGRADE||8,000|
|FC BAYERN MUNICH||6,500||5,750||88%|
|FENERBAHCE BEKO ISTANBUL||13,000||6,500||50%|
|LDLC ASVEL VILLEURBANNE||5,560||5,560||100%|
|MACCABI PLAYTIKA TEL AVIV||11,192||11,192||100%|
|PANATHINAIKOS OPAP ATHENS||18,310||8,000||44%|
|ZENIT ST PETERSBURG||7,000||500||7%|