17. 05. 2021

#EuroVolleyW Qualifier: List of all participants determined, Sweden progress after 38 years

Source: Photo: eurovolley.cev.eu

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The names of all 24 national teams that will play the final phase of the 2021 CEV Women’s Volleyball European Championships are known.


All qualifying rounds across 6 pools for the 2021 Women’s EuroVolley are finished last night, delivering 12 participants for the final stage: 6 first-placed teams (Belarus, Sweden, Greece, Slovakia, France, and the Czech Republic) and 6 runners-up (Switzerland, Ukraine, Spain, Finland, Hungary, and Bosnia Herzegovina). Interestingly, all of these teams secured their spots in the next EuroVolley before the last rounds in their respective pools.

They joined the 4 organizing countries (Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania), and 8 sides that qualified thanks to the placement of the 2019 edition (Turkey, Italy, Poland, The Netherlands, Germany, Russia, Belgium, and Azerbaijan) in the final stage. Sweden are probably the biggest winners of the Qualifier as they have progressed to the continental championship for the first time in 38 years.

The draw for EuroVolley 2021 will take place on May 20, in Belgrade, Serbia.



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1 Comments about "#EuroVolleyW Qualifier: List of all participants determined, Sweden progress after 38 years"

18.05.2021 | 10:07 |   Sorin Acela [unregistered]

There is no such country as 'Holland'! Holland is a province of The Netherlands!

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