Very exciting pool play defines teams for CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship 2019 knockout phase

Friday 14th of June 2019
Very exciting pool play defines teams for CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship 2019 knockout phase

Baden, Austria, June 14, 2019. The CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship 2019 sponsored by SPORT.LAND.NÖ continued on Friday with the last matches scheduled for pool play to determine the teams progressing to the knockout phase of the tournament. The weather conditions could not get any better, with temperatures up to 34°. It was hot conditions for players and fans alike, but a smooth breeze made it more sustainable. The eventual pool winners secured a spot in the round of the last sixteen, while those finishing in second and third place will resume competition from the first stage of the knockout phase.  

Much coveted tickets to Silver European League finals up for grabs on Saturday

Friday 14th of June 2019
Much coveted tickets to Silver European League finals up for grabs on Saturday

Luxembourg, June 14, 2019. The pool phase of the CEV Volleyball European Silver League 2019 reaches its climax on Saturday with a full set of eight matches. With Romania already qualified for the men’s finals with five straight wins from Pool B, Greece and Austria will fight for the top spot in Pool A – even though they are not playing against each other. Slovenia and Greece will engage in a direct battle for the top place in the women’s Pool B, while Israel and Romania are in contention for that same feat in the other group. The eventual pool winners will play the finals as home and away matches later this month – with the side emerging victorious moving up to the Golden League in 2020. 

Top seeds live up to their billing on opening day of CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship 2019

Friday 14th of June 2019
Top seeds live up to their billing on opening day of CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship 2019

Baden, Austria, June 13, 2019. The 2019 edition of the CEV U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship sponsored by SPORT.LAND.NÖ started under perfect summer weather conditions on Thursday in Baden, with temperatures rising up to 34 degrees. The Beach Volleyball stars in the making from as many as 33 nations, accounting for 30 teams per gender, fought for a spot in the elimination rounds due to follow later this week. The top seeds in both genders managed to win their respective games. The girls contested two of three pool games, while the boys had their first matches of the competition. 

Golden CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2019 drama continues as the Final Four roster is yet to emerge

Wednesday 12th of June 2019
Golden CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2019 drama continues as the Final Four roster is yet to emerge

Luxembourg, June 12, 2019. The race to the Final Four continues in the Golden European League, as none of the contestants was able to confirm the qualification. In Pool A, Czech Republic removed Slovakia from contention for the first place, while Ukraine remain on top of the pool with four wins and 12 points. France won a marathon against Pool B leaders Croatia, recording their first victory in the tournament. Hungary remain right behind Croatia with 10 points after a comprehensive 3-0 win against Austria. In Pool C, Belarus keep the leader position after a straight set victory over Finland, but with just two points down Spain can still overcome the Belarusian team in the final leg. The pool winners will join hosts Croatia for the Finals due to take place in Varaždin on June 21-22, 2019.

Romania’s men first team to qualify for Silver League Finals

Wednesday 12th of June 2019
Romania’s men first team to qualify for Silver League Finals

Luxembourg, June 12, 2019. It goes down to the wire to determine the eventual finalists of the CEV Volleyball European Silver League 2019 – with one exception. Greece and Austria will be fighting – though not in a match against each other – for the top spot in the men’s Pool A, while Romania are out of reach in Pool B with a record of five straight wins and as a result, they are the first team due to play for top honours. Slovenia and Greece battle for the top spot in women’s Pool B while Romania and Israel are due to fight for the same accolade in Pool A. The competition resumes this weekend with the sixth and final leg – before Romania and Cyprus play their last matchup on Tuesday, June 18.