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19. 09. 2017

CWCH 2017 M: Pools composition and host cities announced for the 2017 Club World Championship


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Today’s drawing of lots in Warsaw determined the pools composition of the 2017 FIVB Men’s Volleyball Club World Championship in Poland as well as the names of the cities that will host the tournament.


Eight teams were split into two groups of four each. Two cities will host the preliminary stage while the semi-finals and final match will be played in the third one - Kraków. The tournament will begin on December 11 and end on December 17.


Pool A (Opole):

ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle (Poland)

Cucine Lube Civitanova (Italy)

Sada Cruzeiro (Brazil)

Sarmayeh Bank (Iran)

Pool B (Łódź):

PGE Skra Bełchatów (Poland)

Zenit Kazan (Russia)

Personal Bolívar (Argentina)

Shanghai (China)


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