26. 02. 2021

2021 Champions League Super Finals in Verona

Source: cev.eu; Photo: visitpass.it

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The European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) made a decision on which city will host the next Super Finals of the Volleyball Champions League.


Verona, the city in Italy, will be hosting the 2021 CEV Champions League Super Finals, scheduled to take place on May 1. The venue in which the four best clubs in Europe, two per gender, will take on each other for the crown is the AGSM Forum with a capacity of 5350 seats.

Super Finals in Verona will be a continuation of what can still be considered as a new format of the Champions League Finals that replaced the old Final Four and was first presented in Berlin, Germany, in 2019.



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