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LEC Spring Split 2023: Schedule, Standings, Teams & More

News 20-03-2023 11:19
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The LEC just finished its first Winter Split in its history, and we turn our heads toward Spring. Last Split, we saw G2 Esports once again make it to the top of the throne and be the first champions of the LEC Winter Split. But who will be the champions of Spring? Here is everything you need to know about the LEC Spring Split 2023.

With the new format this year, it is good to have an overview of the changes that came with implementing the new EMEA system. It is, therefore, great that you have landed here because we will give you all the information you might need to prepare for the second Split of the LEC 2023.

LEC Spring Split 2023: Format

If you didn't drop in for the LEC Winter Split, the new LEC format might be unknown to you. To explain everything down to the tiniest detail would probably be a tad too excessive, so instead, we will give you a quick Rundown.

The League of Legends EMEA Championship now consists of three splits - the Winter, Spring, and Summer Split, and it all finishes with the LEC Season Finals. But for now, let's stay with the Spring Split.

The Spring Split is divided into three consecutive stages. In Stage 1, all ten teams compete against each other in a Bo1 format (Single Round Robin), where the top eight teams continue onto the next stage. 

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In Stage 2 or in the "Spring Groups," the top eight teams from the first stage compete in a new Double-Elimination, Bo3 format. 

Finally, the Spring Split Stage 3 is the final stage of the Split. In Stage 3 (the Spring Playoffs), the top four teams from Stage 2 will compete in a Bo5, Double elimination format. The one winning the LEC Spring Split immediately secures a spot in the LEC Season Finals, which occurs at the end of the 2023 Season.

LEC Spring Split 2023: Team-Rosters

With the new format, we will likely see way more roster changes in EMEA than we are used to. Even though most of the teams decided to stick with their roster from the LEC Winter Split 2023, we did see some changes happening before Spring, the biggest one being the return of Upset and the departure of Wunder from Fnatic after their horrible results in Winter.

But let's not ponder about the past but rather look at the new (and improved?) rosters, shall we? 

AstralisExcelFnaticG2 EsportsKOI
Top LaneFinn "Finn" WiestålAndrei "Odoamne" PascuÓscar "Oscarinin" Muñoz JiménezSergen "BrokenBlade" ÇelikMathias "Szygenda" Jensen
JungleDoğukan "113" BalcıAndre "Xerxe" DragomirIván "Razork" Martín DíazMartin "Yike" SundelinKim "Malrang" Geun-seong
Mid LaneAdam "LIDER" IlyasovVincent "Vetheo" BerriéMarek "Humanoid" BrázdaRasmus "Caps" Borregaard WinterEmil "Larssen" Larsson
Bot LaneKasper "Kobbe" KobberupPatrik "I" JírůCarl Martin "Rekkles" Erik LarssonSteven "Hans Sama" LivMarkos "Comp" Stamkopoulos
SupportLee "JeongHoon" Jeong-hoonDino "LIMIT" TotHenk "Advienne" ReijengaMihael "Mikyx" MehleAdrian "Trymbi" Trybus
MAD LionsSK GamingTeam BDSTeam HereticsVitality
Top LaneKim "Chasy" Dong-hyeonJoel Miro "Irrelevant" ScharollAdam "Adam" MaananeShunsuke "Evi" MuraseKyeong "Photon" Gyu-tae
JungleJavier "Elyoya" Prades BatallaMark "Markoon" van WoenselThéo "Sheo" BorileMarcin "Jankos" JankowskiZhou "Bo" Yang-Bo
MidLuka Perković LaneYasin "Nisqy" DinçerDaniel "Sertuss" GamaniIlias "nuc" BizrikenLee "Ruby" Sol-minLuka "Perkz" Perković
Bot LaneMatyáš "Carzzy" OrságThomas "Exakick" FoucouJuš "Crownie" MarušičJakob "Jackspektra" KeppleElias "Upset" Lipp
SupportZdravets "Hylissang" Illiev GalabovMads "Doss" SchwartzLabros "Labrov" PapoutsakisMertai "Mersa" SariNorman "Kaiser" Kaiser

Some well-known faces are still missing. Wunder is still under contract with Fnatic, so it will be interesting to see if he will return from the bench if everything falls apart for the team. Also, Gillius is still taking a break from the LEC. Maybe he will be back for Summer

LEC Spring Split 2023: Standings

The LEC Spring Split has begun, and we are excited to see who will make it to the top of the standings in the first stage. As already mentioned, Stage 1 of the Spring Split will be considerably shorter this year, which means it is even more crucial than before to have an overview of the current standings to stay on track. At the end of Group 1, the top-eight teams qualify for the Spring Groups.

So without further ado, here are the final standings of the LEC Spring Split Round 1:

StandingTeamWin - Loss
1.Team BDS4 - 1
1.Team Vitality4 - 1
3.SK Gaming3 - 2
3.G2 Esports3 - 2
3.KOI3 - 2
6.Astralis2 - 3
6.Excel2 - 3
6.MAD Lions2 - 3
9.Fnatic1 - 4
9.Team Heretics1 - 4

LEC Spring Split 2023: Schedule & Results 

With the second spit of the year up and running, the LEC schedule stands ready. Here you will be able to always drop in to see the latest results and the schedule for the upcoming games.

So when is your favorite team playing?

Results: Friday, March 11 - Monday, March 13, 2023

Saturday, March 11, 18:00 (CET)

Time (CET)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
18:00XL1 - 0FNC
19:00BDS0 - 1 SK
20:00VIT1 - 0 MAD
21:00AST1 - 0KOI
22:00G2 Esports1 - 0TH

Sunday, March 12, 18:00 (CET)

Time (CET)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
18:00BDS1 - 0MAD


XL0 - 1 VIT
20:00SK1 - 0 


21:00AST1 - 0G2
22:00KOI1 - 0


Sunday, March 12, 18:00 (CET)

Time (CET)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
18:00SK1 - 0AST
19:00TH0 - 1BDS
20:00MAD1 - 0KOI


1 - 0XL
22:00FNC0 - 1VIT

Schedule: Friday, March 18 - Monday, March 20

Saturday, March 18, 18:00 (CET)

Time (CET)Team 1ScoreTeam 2


0 - 1MAD
19:00TH1 - 0XL
20:00FNC0 - 1BDS
21:00VIT1 - 0SK
22:00KOI1 - 0G2

Sunday, March 19, 18:00 (CET)

Time (CET)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
18:00BDS1 - 0AST
19:00XL1 - 0MAD
20:00TH0 - 1FNC
21:00SK0 - 1KOI
22:00G21 - 0VIT

Monday, March 20, 18:00 (CET)

Time (CET)Team 1ScoreTeam 2



And there you have it - the schedule and results of the LEC Spring Split 2023! We will, of course, constantly update the schedule such that you have the newest results and information about the following match-ups. 

LEC Spring Split 2023: Livestreams

After an exciting LEC Winter Split, we are thrilled to see the LEC back in action for Spring! If you want to join the fun, you can watch the livestreams here:

And with that, you are all set to watch the drama unfold for the 2023 LEC Spring Split! Don't forget to check in later, as we will keep you up to date here.

So which team will lock a place in the LEC Season finals at the end of Spring?

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