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24. 01. 2019

EuroVolley 2019 pools for ladies have been determined!

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The women’s volleyball European Championship 2019 will feature 24 teams divided into four groups.

 

The championship will start on August 23 in four cities - Ankara, Lodz, Budapest and Bratislava and the 24 participating teams will play five matches in their respective pools, whose composition reads as follows:

POOL A – Turkey, Ankara:

Turkey, Serbia, Bulgaria, France, Finland, Greece

POOL B – Poland, Lodz:

Poland, Italy, Belgium, Ukraine, Portugal, Slovenia

POOL C – Hungary, Budapest:

Hungary, The Netherlands, Croatia, Azerbaijan, Romania, Estonia

POOL D – Slovakia, Bratislava:

Slovakia, Russia, Germany, Belarus, Spain, Switzerland

The history-making tournament will run from August 23 to September 8 across four countries – Turkey, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia.

 

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