The EuroBasket 2021 will be the 41st edition of the EuroBasket championships organized by FIBA Europe, and will be held between 2 and 19 September 2021: the first since it was agreed it would take place every four years, with a similar system of qualification as for the FIBA Basketball World Cup.
|Host countries|| Czech Republic|
|Venue(s)||5 (in 5 host cities)|
Like the previous two editions, the tournament will be co-hosted by four countries. Games in the group stage will be held in Germany, Czech Republic, Georgia and Italy. The knock-out phase will be played in Berlin, Germany.
For EuroBasket 2015 and 2017, FIBA Europe opened three bidding options for hosting: to host a preliminary group, to host the final round, or to host the entire tournament. In the end, each of these two tournaments was hosted in four cities in four countries. It will be hosted by four nations for the third time.
The qualification started in November 2017, with nine teams participating in the pre-qualifiers, including the five eliminated teams from the 2019 World Cup European Pre-Qualifiers. The co-hosts (Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany and Italy) will participate in qualifiers, but have already qualified to the EuroBasket 2021.
|Team||Qualification method||Date of qualification||App||Last||Best placement in tournament|
|Czech Republic||Host nation||15 July 2019||6th||2017||7th place (2015)|
|Georgia||Host nation||15 July 2019||5th||2017||11th place (2011)|
|Germany||Host nation||15 July 2019||25th||2017||Champions (1993)|
|Italy||Host nation||15 July 2019||38th||2017||Champions (1983, 1999)|
The official logo was unveiled on 16 December 2019.
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