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12. 02. 2019

Berlin to host CEV Champions League finals

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The men’s and the women’s CEV Champions League finals will be held in Berlin.

 

Since the new format will be applied in this season, during the weekend two finals will be organized.

On Saturday will be played the women’s final, while on Sunday the men’s final will take place.

As of this season, there is a new format of the CEV Champions League. The top placed teams of the group stage and three best-second placed will go to the quarterfinals (home and away games, the same applies for the semifinals), while the winner of the Champions League will be determined after one game.

 

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2 Comments about "Berlin to host CEV Champions League finals"

13.02.2019 | 03:37 |   Koto [unregistered]

Why Berlin? Makes so sense. Germany clubs are bad.

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18.02.2019 | 14:03 |   Axe [unregistered]

Because nobody asked German clubs and German League of they want to organize it or not

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