EuroBasket 2025 will be played in September of that year, and Latvia will host one group stage, as well as the knockout rounds and medal matches.
Congratulations to the FIBA #EuroBasket 2025 hosts! 🏟— FIBA EuroBasket (@EuroBasket) March 29, 2022
🇱🇻 Latvia (Group Phase + Final Phase)
🇨🇾 Cyprus (Group Phase)
🇫🇮 Finland (Group Phase) pic.twitter.com/j3XVQbrHyu
Cyprus, Ukraine and Finland will host the other three group stages. The national teams that will compete for glory in the big event will emerge from a qualification process. Its preliminary stage, the Pre-Qualifiers, commenced in November 2021 and is already underway.
Latvia last hosted the European Championships in 1937, as well as hosting a group stage during EuroBasket 2015. It also hosted the women's Eurobasket tournaments in 2009 and 2019.