21. 10. 2019

VNL 2020 M: National holiday in USA spoils plans of FIVB, Final Six changes location

Source: volleyball.it; Photo: volleyball.world

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The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) re-opened the candidacy for the organization of the Final Six of the 2020 Volleyball Nations League, volleyball.it published.


As volleyball.it published, the FIVB will re-opened the bid for hosting the Final Tournament of the next Nations League.

Chicago, Illinois, USA, was to organize the event (Credit Union Arena) according to the three-year contract with the governing body of world volleyball. But, since the tournament was scheduled for July 1-5 and coincides with the Independence Day, national holiday in the United States on July 4, the FIVB decided to award the organization to some other country. The bottom line, the FIVB considers that due to the holiday in the USA, there will not be enough interest for the Final Six by the fans.



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