Ukrainian national basketball team competition calendar for summer-fall 2023
Summertime in European basketball is traditionally dedicated to youth teams and 3x3 basketball.
But this summer we are waiting for the games of the national men's team of Ukraine under the new coach Vitaly Stepanovskiy in the pre-qualifying Olympic qualifying, and the Ukrainian women's 3x3 basketball team will play at the European Games.
Here is the calendar of matches and competitions of the national teams of Ukraine scheduled for the summer of 2023. It will be updated as the exact calendar of individual tournaments is determined.
National Team. Pre-qualification Olympic tournament (coach - Vitaly Stepanovskiy)
August, 12-20th, Turkey.
Opponents in the group stage: Turkey, Bulgaria, Iceland.
August 12-16, group stage
August 18 - semifinal
August 20 - final
Youth national teams:
June 30-July 9 - women's national team U-18 (Inna Kochubey). European Championships in B Division. Sofia, Bulgaria Opponents in the group stage: Sweden, Slovakia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Estonia.
July 7-16 - Men's National Team U-20 (Dmitry Zabirchenko). European Championship in the B Division. Skopje, Macedonia Opponents in the group stage: Sweden, Georgia, Kosovo
July 21-30 - men's National Team U-18 (Alexander Vorona). Group Stage Opponents: Netherlands, Estonia, Romania, Ireland, Kosovo
July 28-August 6 - Women's National Team U-20 (Elena Fedchenko). European Championships in B Division. Craiova, Romania Opponents in the group stage: Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland.
August 4-13 - Men's National Team U-16 (Dmitry Kolomiychenko). European Championships in the B Division. Pitesti, Romania Opponents in the group stage: Estonia, Great Britain, Hungary, Norway
August 10-19 - Women's National Team U-16 (Evgeniy Murzin). European Championships in the B division. Podgorica, Montenegro Opponents in the group stage: Germany, Norway, Luxembourg, Estonia
May-September - World Series (women's national team, coach - Yuriy Protsyuk)
June 10-11 - Qualification for the European Championship among the national men's and women's teams. Romania (coaches Vladimir Kholopov (men) and Iurii Protsyuk (women). Constanza, Romania.
June 21-24 European Games (women's team, coach - Yuriy Protsyuk). Krakow, Poland.
June-July - League of Nations (women's team U-23 (Yuri Protsyuk), women's team U-21 (Dmitry Nevolin), men's team U-23 (Dmitry Lipovtsev)
July 25-28 - the European Youth Summer Olympic Festival (women's team U-18, coach Dmitry Nevolin, men's team U-18, coach Vladimir Zhurzhiy)
August 5-6 - qualification for the European Championship among men's and women's national teams U-17. Voiron, Isère, France (coaches Yaroslav Kovalev (men), Olga Alekseichik (women)
August 30 - September 3 - U-18 Men's and Women's National Teams World Cup. Debrecen, Hajdu-Bihar, Hungary (coaches Vladimir Zhurzhiy (male) and Dmitry Nevolin (female)).
September 5-7 - European Championships among men and women national teams (with qualification). Jerusalem, Israel
September 16-17 - World Series final (with qualification). Ulan Bator, Mongolia.
September22-25 - U-17 Women's and Men's World Championships (in case of qualification). Greece