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2018 EU LCS: Tickets & Schedule

TL;DR: EU LCS will be back on January 19 with a brand new broadcast schedule of Friday 6pm CET and Saturday 5pm CET. Here’s all you need to know about tickets, schedule and where to watch.

The holidays are almost here and with a month to go until the start of the 2018 season, it’s time to get ready for what promises to be an exciting year of EU LCS.

2018 EU LCS Spring Split

The EU LCS is back on January 19. We’ve got a brand new broadcast schedule for 2018 with shows running at 6pm CET Fridays and 5pm CET Saturdays each week. Say goodbye to Thursdays and hello to weekends! Tune in to watch on LolesportsYouTube and on Twitch over on the Riot Games channel. We’ve also got a new look for Lolesports so you can keep up-to-date with your favourite teams and more easily access all essential information, such as standings and fixtures, right from the front page.

As we previously announced, we’ll be moving to Best of 1s for the regular season, which means you’ll be able to watch your favourite team play on every EU LCS showday throughout the regular season.


Come to our studio in Berlin to watch the EU LCS live! Get involved in the action and cheer on your favourite teams. Tickets are on sale now via Eventbrite. Weeks 1-4 are available now, and more tickets will be added each week throughout the season.


Teams fighting for glory in the EU LCS are:

  • Fnatic
  • G2 Esports
  • H2K
  • FC Schalke 04
  • Giants Gaming
  • Misfits
  • Splyce
  • Vitality
  • Unicorns of Love

Teams are still working on finalizing their Spring line-up and we won’t be able to officially confirm rosters until after the roster lock in early January. In the meantime, check in with your favourite team as they may have already teased their upcoming rosters for next year.


The EU LCS Spring schedule will be up on lolesports soon, but here’s a look at the matchups for week 1-4:

Week 1

Friday 19/01 - 18:00 CET:

  • G2 vs MSF
  • VIT vs H2K
  • UOL vs GIA
  • ROC vs S04
  • FNC vs SPY

Saturday 20/01 - 17:00 CET

  • GIA vs VIT
  • SPY vs UOL
  • H2K vs FNC
  • G2 vs ROC
  • MSF vs S04

Week 2

Friday 26/01 - 18:00 CET

  • GIA vs G2
  • SPY vs ROC
  • MSF vs H2K
  • VIT vs FNC
  • S04 vs UOL

Saturday 27/01 - 17:00 CET

  • H2K vs GIA
  • UOL vs ROC
  • VIT vs MSF
  • SPY vs S04
  • FNC vs G2

Week 3

Friday 02/02 - 18:00 CET

  • UOL vs H2K
  • GIA vs ROC
  • S04 vs VIT
  • G2 vs SPY
  • FNC vs MSF

Saturday 03/03 - 17:00 CET

  • UOL vs VIT
  • S04 vs GIA
  • ROC vs FNC
  • H2K vs G2
  • MSF vs SPY

Week 4

Friday 09/02 - 18:00 CET

  • H2K vs SPY
  • ROC vs VIT
  • GIA vs MSF
  • FNC vs UOL
  • G2 vs S04

Saturday 10/02 - 17:00 CET

  • VIT vs SPY
  • H2K vs S04
  • ROC vs MSF
  • FNC vs GIA
  • G2 vs UOL


Playoffs will take place after week 9 of the regular season and will begin on Friday March 23 with the Quarterfinals. Quarters and Semis will shift to Friday and Saturday, similar to the EU LCS regular season, but Finals will remain on Saturday and Sunday. We’ll be announcing details for Spring Split Finals early next year so keep an eye on lolesports.


We’re excited to kick off the 2018 season and we’ll see you on January 19.