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FIVB announces major new agreement with Polsat
|Key events in 2018 include the inaugural edition of the Volleyball Nations League and the FIVB Volleyball World Championships.|
Lausanne, Switzerland, January 29, 2018 – In a major new agreement between the FIVB and Polsat, the Polish television channel has acquired the right to broadcast flagship events including the Volleyball Nations League and the Volleyball Challenger Cup. The agreement also includes rights to the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Qualification Tournaments, the 2022 FIVB Volleyball World Championships and the 2019 and 2023 editions of the FIVB Volleyball World Cup. It renews long-standing ties between the FIVB and Polsat.
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ATHLETES AT THE HEART OF VOLLEYBALL REVOLUTION
The FIVB Athletes' Commission met at the FIVB headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland on Thursday.
Volero will relocate to another country at the end of the season!
The most successful women’s volleyball club in Switzerland ever, and one of the most famous clubs in Europe, Volero Zürich will relocate at the end of the season!
As Stav Jacobi, the President of Volero Zürich, stated for Blick, since the club’s results were not appreciated enough in Switzerland despite the fact that he has invested a lot of money and energy, he decided to relocate it to a different country, 45 years after founding. The choice of Volero's head has fallen on France.
2018 Men's World Championship first round schedule announced
|The Foro Italico in Rome will host the first match in FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship Pool A on September 9.|
Lausanne, Switzerland, January 8, 2018 - The match schedule for the first round of the FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship Italy-Bulgaria 2018 was confirmed today.
As previously announced, the 24 teams participating in the competition will play in Italy (Pools A and C) and Bulgaria (Pools B and D). The opening match in Pool A will take place at the Foro Italico in Rome on September 9, with the remaining matches in the pool to be played at the Nelson Mandela Forum in Florence from September 12-18. The opening match in Pool D to be played at the Palace of Culture and Sport in Varna will also take place on September 9. Pool B will be played at the Bulstrad Arena in Ruse and Pool C at the Palaflorio in Bari.
Velasco no longer head coach of Argentina men’s national team!
The Argentinean website „Voley Plus“ reported that legendary coach Julio Velasco is no longer at the helm of the country’s male volleyball national team.
According to „Voley Plus“, Velasco decided to leave Argentina men’s national team bench after meeting with Juan Antonio Gutiérrez, the President of the Argentine Volleyball Federation (FeVA), and Carlos Javier Mac Allister, the Minister of Sports, on December 28. The same source reported that legendary coach will relocate to Italy where he will continue his life.
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