The official obligations of the Euroleague teams start next month. Of course in the case of Maccabi Tel Aviv things are different. This is because in Israel, there is an outbreak of the coronavirus, as the government of the country announced yesterday 4000 new cases! The unexpected development brought the new lockdown in the country, which is expected to last at least three weeks!
With the Euroleague starting on the 1st day of October, Maccabi does not know what exactly will happen with its home matches.
Giannis Sfeiropoulos’ team is waiting for the government’s decision, because it has not been made clear what will happen to sports. However, Maccabi Tel Aviv is seriously considering the possibility of finding a stadium abroad, in order to be able to play in the top European tournament.