Basketball: When and where to catch the Roca Team in action this October

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AS Monaco Basket are one game down with another 10 to go in what will be a massive October for the reigning Betclic Élite champs. Here’s when and where to watch Saša Obradović’s Roca Team play. 

After a win against Lyon-Villeurbanne in the Betclic Élite league on 1st October (79-87), the Roca Team’s next few matches will see them take on Dijon at home in Monaco on 3rd October, another Betclic Élite scheduling, before the players head to Pavelló Municipal Font de Sant Lluís for a Turkish Airlines EuroLeague meet with Valencia Basket on 6th October.  

Just two days later, on 8th October, the side will head to La Meilleraie in the Vendée for a Betclic Élite game against Cholet before heading back to home turf at the Salle Gaston Médecin in the Stade Louis II for two successive matches, firstly against Virtus Segafredo Bologna in the EuroLeague on 13th October and then against Bourg-en-Bresse in the Betclic Élite on 15th October.  

Two EuroLeague games will follow with barely a moment to rest: Head Coach Obradović will be taking the players to his native Serbia for a match against KK Crvena Zvezda on 18th October before they zip back to Monaco for a meet with Alba Berlin on 20th October.  

On 22th October, the Roca Team will be heading north to Rhenus Sport for a game with Strasbourg in the Betclic Élite and then they’ll round out the month with two games at home in the Principality. Maccabi Tel Aviv are first up on 26th October for a EuroLeague scheduling then it’ll be a Betclic Élite face-off with Gravelines-Dunkerque on 28th October. 

Tickets to the home games as well as subscriptions to all of the Betclic Élite, EuroLeague and play-off matches taking place in Monaco during the 2023/24 season can be found here.

Click here for the full month-by-month schedule.


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