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VolleyRuller96

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VolleyRuller96    166

According to some Slovenian sources (so still not official), 20 teams will participate in the European League this year, which will be split into two divisions: "GOLD" division with 12 teams and "SILVER" division with 8 teams.

Supposedly this are the groups of the GOLD division

 

Group A: :BEL:EST:SVK:SWE

Group B: :SLO:NED:TUR:UKR

Group C: :FIN:POR:CZE:ESP

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hckosice    1,422
4 minutes ago, VolleyRuller96 said:

According to some Slovenian sources (so still not official), 20 teams will participate in the European League this year, which will be split into two divisions: "GOLD" division with 12 teams and "SILVER" division with 8 teams.

Supposedly this are the groups of the GOLD division

 

Group A: :BEL:EST:SVK:SWE

Group B: :SLO:NED:TUR:UKR

Group C: :FIN:POR:CZE:ESP

 

our volleyball federation also mentioned it few weeks ago, there also a womens edition http://www.svf.sk/sk/archiv-sprav/detail-spravy/_slovaci-a-slovenky-spoznali-su

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leli.    48

Just a curiosity, how many National Championships are you following? (if you're following any of them btw)

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VolleyRuller96    166
3 hours ago, leli. said:

Just a curiosity, how many National Championships are you following? (if you're following any of them btw)

I watch Polish, German and Italian leagues on TV,or internet, and try to follow results of most european leagues :d not necesarily live score, but I try to follow the standings and news after each leg

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leli.    48
On 20/1/2018 at 19:55, VolleyRuller96 said:

I watch Polish, German and Italian leagues on TV,or internet, and try to follow results of most european leagues :d not necesarily live score, but I try to follow the standings and news after each leg

 

Is the German league interesting? I never followed it much tbh :d ... I now watch the Italian Superlega and a bit of the Russian league (luckily they stream it for free) and try to follow the standings of some others (especially the Argentinian, French, Polish, Turkish and Brasilian leagues). 

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Vojthas    51

I don't watch men's volleyball leagues (or any club competition) but this year in Poland we can watch women's Italian league, which is far more exciting than Polish "Only Chemik wins" league. Though if I was to choose who's more attractive, Bednarek-Kasza or Chirichella... ;)

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LDOG    438

I only watch our league when matches are shown on tv (a few every week), then Perugia occasionally. Don't really have time to watch more than that though I follow results and statistics of every team in the world that has an argentine player in it.

 

Oh, all this is men's volleyball. I don't watch women's at all, only follow national teams.

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VolleyRuller96    166
8 hours ago, leli. said:

 

Is the German league interesting? I never followed it much tbh :d ... I now watch the Italian Superlega and a bit of the Russian league (luckily they stream it for free) and try to follow the standings of some others (especially the Argentinian, French, Polish, Turkish and Brasilian leagues). 

Yeah, it is really interesting to watch, it starts to be one of the better leagues in europe,especially Berlin and Friedrichshafen are very strong clubs, and they have really great atmosphere during the matches too :d

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leli.    48
3 hours ago, VolleyRuller96 said:

Yeah, it is really interesting to watch, it starts to be one of the better leagues in europe,especially Berlin and Friedrichshafen are very strong clubs, and they have really great atmosphere during the matches too :d


Those are basically the only two teams I know of the German league :mumble::lol: thanks btw, I will try to take a look whenever I'll have the time!

 

+ As for women's matches I only follow Italian league tbh, especially my hometown's team.

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leli.    48

BTW it seems relegations will be back from next year in the Italian Superlega.

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De_Gambassi    214
il y a 12 minutes, leli. a déclaré:

BTW it seems relegations will be back from next year in the Italian Superlega.

 

And yet, it was working, The Superlega was turning into a real professionnal league from the bottom to the top. The P&R mantra in Europe is so damn strong...

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