Euroleague Playoff Bracket: Printable 2019 EL playoff bracket in PDF

The 2019 EuroLeague Playoffs is set to begin with the best eight teams in the EL vying for the Euroleague Title. The four best-of-five game series are set to commence on Tuesday, April 16 when CSKA Moscow squares off vs. Baskonia  and Fenerbahce Istanbul take on Zalgiris Kaunas. Then on Wednesday, April 17 kicks off with Efes Istanbul tips off versus FC Barcelona Lassa followed by Real Madrid competing against Panathinaikos OPAP Athens.

That also means that with all the teams set and the match ups locked in, there’s also a official printable Euroleague bracket you can print out without concern about it changing.

Euroleague Playoff Bracket

You can go to the Euroleague’s official website to play their bracket challenge or print out your own bracket to keep track of all the great Euroleague playoff action.

You can download, view, and print out the above bracket in a couple formats we have available. First you can left-click the above image to view in a separate browser (or click here), then print it out in high-resolution. The other option is the popular PDF format you can access here. Please ensure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader (or similar PDF viewer).

Euroleague Playoff Schedule for Game Ones (2019)

Euroleague Game 1 Playoff Schedule 2019
Date Local Time Home Away Forum Thread
April 16 2019 20:00   CSKA Moscow   Baskonia Discuss
April 16 2019 20:45   Fenerbahce Istanbul   Zalgiris Kaunas Discuss
April 17 2019 20:00   Anadolu Efes Istanbul   FC Barcelona Discuss
April 17 2019 21:15   Real Madrid   Panathinaikos Discuss

If you’re looking for the full Euroleague first round quarterfinals schedule with dates, times and more information, you can check out our printable schedule here. As we talked about above, the first round series are best of five, so whichever team gets to three wins first, wins the series. The fifth and final game is only required if the teams both reach two wins apiece. In that case, the deciding fifth game will be played out on home court of the team that’s the higher seed.

Euroleague Champions
Year Country EL Club
2009–10 Spain Regal FC Barcelona
2010–11 Greece Panathinaikos
2011–12 Greece Olympiacos
2012–13 Greece Olympiacos
2013–14 Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv
2014–15 Spain Real Madrid
2015–16 Russia CSKA Moscow
2016–17 Turkey Fenerbahçe
2017–18 Spain Real Madrid

If you’d like to follow the EL 2019 Playoffs online, then join thousands in our Euroleague playoffs forum to talk about Zalgiris, Panathinakos, Efes, Real Madrid and more on their way to Vitoria-Gasteiz where a team hopes to carve their names into Euroleague history and join the list of champions.

Leave a Reply