The Men’s National Team, which will meet this Friday in Madrid to begin preparing for its participation in the Olympic Games, will play a total of five games in a Tour that will start on Saturday, July 3 at the Fonteta de Valencia in a confrontation against Iran. Spain’s preparation journey will continue two days later at the WiZink Center in Madrid, again against the current runner-up in Asia-Oceania.

After these first two games, Spain will face a double duel with France: the first at the Martín Carpena in Malaga and the second in Paris. There will be two appointments shared with the Women’s National Team, which will also be in the full preparation phase for the Games and will play two games against the French. Thus, both in Malaga and in Paris the Spain-France session will be double.

The Olympic Preparation Tour of the team led by Sergio Scariolo will culminate on July 18 in Las Vegas, where they will play a spectacular clash against the United States, a reissue of two of the last three Olympic finals.

The five preparation matches for the National Team can be followed live on Mediaset television channels.

After the stellar confrontation with the United States, Spain will start from Las Vegas directly to Tokyo, where it will debut in the Olympic tournament on Monday 26 against Japan.


Saturday 3 (Four)
SPAIN-Iran Valencia

Monday 5 (BeMad)
SPAIN-Iran Madrid

Thursday 8 (Four)
SPAIN-France Malaga

Saturday 10 (Four)
France-SPAIN Paris

Sunday 18 (Four)
United States-SPAIN Las Vegas

Tickets on sale now

Tickets for the matches that Spain will play in Valencia, Madrid and Malaga can now be purchased through the special page
For Spain-Iran at Fonteta Valencia and Spain-Iran at WiZink Center in Madrid, prices range from € 15 (category A), € 10 (category B) and € 5 (category C). The prices for Spain-France at the Martín Carpena in Malaga are € 7 (category C), € 12 (category B) and € 20 (category A).