19. 05. 2018

CEV W: Are you ready for the European League?

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Everything is ready for the start of the 2018 edition of the CEV Volleyball European League for women.


Competition is getting underway this weekend and consists of two tiers, thus accounting for a Golden and Silver European League with the participation of 12 and 8 national teams per gender, respectively.

The women’s Golden European League features the top 12 teams in Europe as per the latest continental ranking, with the exception of those participating in the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Nations League.

This year in the CEV Golden European League will participate Bulgaria, Portugal, Azerbaijan and Ukraine in Pool A; Croatia, Finland, Hungary and France in Pool B and Slovakia, Spain, Belarus and Czech Republic in Pool C. 

Schedule for Leg 1

Pool A

Bulgaria vs. Portugal (May 19)

Azerbaijan vs. Ukraine (May 19)

Pool B 

Croatia vs. Finland (May 19)

Hungary - France (May 20)

Pool C 

Slovakia vs. Belarus (May 19)

Spain vs. Czech Republic (May 19)


In CEV Silver European League will participate Kosovo, Estonia, Sweden and Switzerland in Pool A and Georgia, Albania, Austria and Israel in Pool B.

The eventual winners of the Silver European League will move up to the Golden European League in 2019, thus replacing the lowest ranked team from the 2018 edition of the Golden EL.

Schedule for Leg 1

Pool A 

Sweden vs. Switzerland (May 19)

Kosovo vs. Estonia (May 20)

Pool B 

Austria vs. Israel (May 19)

Georgia vs. Albania (May 20)


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