The LF Endesa roadmap has October 5 as the first date on the calendar. The first day of the Regular League will be played there, with clashes such as the duel between Spar Girona and Valencia BC. The two new teams in the competition will play as visitors. Hozono Global Jairis travels to La Seu d’Urgell, while Barça CBS will visit the Europa Pavilion in Leganés.
The dispute over the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 Eurobasket, added to the European competition commitments of the LF Endesa teams, conditions the 2022/23 calendar. That is why on this occasion it has been an asymmetric calendar with conditions such as not playing more than two consecutive games at home or away, the obligation of a minimum of six days between the first leg and the second leg of the same two teams , or the impossibility of playing the last two days of each round as a local or visitor consecutively.
As a novelty, matchday 13 of December 22 will be the regional derbies, with short trips for all teams. IDK Euskotren will play against Lointek Gernika; SPAR Gran Canaria against Tenerife. Or Movistar Estudiantes against Innova-tsn Leganés. A week later (December 29) matchday 15 will be played, which will mark the end of the first round and will decide the eight teams that will play the Copa de la Reina. Movistar Estudiantes vs Durán Maquinaria Ensino will be one of the matches of the day.
And on April 15, matchday 30 will be played, the last of the Regular League and where relegation and playoff positions will be decided. Stand out matches like Innova-tsn Leganés vs Casademont Zaragoza; or the IDK Euskotren vs Valencia BC.
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The FEB presents the schedule for the Endesa Women’s League 22-23