There are 16 teams that will participate at the European Championship in Azerbaijan and Georgia. The teams are divided into four groups:
Pool A – Baku: Azerbaijan, Germany, Poland, Hungary
Pool B – Tbilisi: Georgia, Italy, Croatia, Belarus
Pool C – Baku: Russia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Ukraine
Pool D – Ganja/Göygöl: Serbia, Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic
Check out the schedule of the tournament (22 September – 1 October).
The information about EuroVolley (W) will be updated several times per day. You will have a chance to read much news about the teams, to watch interesting videos and to see some photos.
10:33 CET – Is this the biggest fail of EuroVolley?
15:00 CET – Italian coach Giovanni Guidetti will play his fifth consecutive semifinal at the European Championship; Germany (2009, 2011, 2013), the Netherlands (2015) and today with Turkey. Until now he won three silver medals (2011, 2013, 2015).
22:30 CET – Semifinals
The Netherlands – Azerbaijan 16:00 CET (18:00 local time)
Serbia – Turkey 18:30 (20.30)
20:50 CET – Konstantin Ushakov, head coach of Russia after defeat from Turkey said: “I do not have any words and there is nothing I can say about this match.”
20:40 CET – Turkey took the last spot in the semifinals
18:00 CET – Azerbaijan after 12 years in semifinal
10:00 CET – Huge block for the end of Serbia-Belarus game
20:50 CET – Last point in the quarterfinal match Serbia – Belarus
20:05 CET – Serbia second semifinalists
08:32 CET – Germany’s head coach Koslowski elated after his team prevailed in the Playoff tie-break drama vs. Bulgaria: “What an amazing job the girls did! I think I’m the proudest person in Baku today.”
23:40 CET – These are pairs for the quarterfinals of the EuroVolley
21:02 CET – Germany grab last ticket for the quarterfinals!
18:33 CET – Turkey will play in the quarterfinals!’
12:55 CET – Best scorers of EuroVolley 2017
1 Malwina SMARZEK (POL) 78 points (6,5 per set)
2 Paola EGONU (ITA) 76 (6,33)
3 Katarina BARUN ŠUŠNJAR (CRO) 76 (4,47)
4 Polina RAHIMOVA (AZE) 73 (7,3)
5 Samanta FABRIS (CRO) 73 (4,29)…
23:00 CET – And Serbia came to Baku
20:03 CET – The Dutch girls – too fast and too furious!
12:00 CET – Serbia on their way to Baku
23:00 CET – All 1/8 finals are well known and four teams from the quarterfinals are waiting for their rivals:
22:00 CET – Turkey survive, Ukraine go home!
20:01 CET – Azerbaijan will play in the quarterfinals!
16:13 CET – Russia became the quarter-final participant No.3.
22:00 CET – Germany stay in race for quarterfinals!
17:03 CET – Belarus destroy the host
16:00 CET – Bulgaria prevail over Turkey!
22:00 CET – Russian win derby against Turkey!
20:01 CET – Serbia victorious again!
19:10 CET – Belarus steal one set from Italy
18:33 CET – Poland defeat Hungary in four sets!
17:52 CET – Czech girls push Belgium toward the edge
17:01 CET – Important victory for Croatia
19:00 CET – Italy and Serbia achieved straight-set wins
10:00 CET – EuroVolley on TV in 119 countries
08:45 CET – Roster of Azerbaijan at EuroVolley 2017
21:24 CET – Georgian NT head coach reveals the squad
20:16 CET – This is the roster of Hungary, 13 players only
10:35 CET – Yesterday the libero of the Russiam National team Svetlana Kryuchkova missed the first training in Baku because of the high temperature
20:20 CET – Bulgaria have announced the roster
17:00 CET – Russia will play at EuroVolley with these 14 players:
Setters: Ekaterina Kosianenko Pankova, Irina Filishtinskaya Uraleva
Middle blockers: Ekaterina Evdokimova, Ekaterina Efimova, Irina Koroleva, Irina Fetisova
Receivers: Tatiana Kosheleva, Mariya Frolova, Irina Voronkova, Kseniia Parubets, Yana Shcherban
Opposites: Nataliya Goncharova
Liberos: Svetlana Kryuchkova, Ekaterina Tretyakova
16:00 CET – Belarus chose 14 players for Pool in Tbilisi
15:33 CET – This is the squad of Belgium for EuroVolley
13:30 CET – Pool D | Ganja, all teams present
12:15 CET – Ukraine without Olesya Rykhliuk
11:20 CET – Croatia at EuroVolley 2017:
Setters: Ana Grbac, Marcella Šaini
Opposites: Samanta Fabris, Katarina Barun-Šušnjar, Katarina Luketić
Middle blockers: Ivana Miloš-Prokopić, Ema Strunjak, Beta Dumančić, Bernarda Ćutuk
Receivers: Matea Ikić, Lucija Mlinar, Nika Stanović
Liberos: Nikolina Božičević, Rene Sain
10:00 CET – The roster of Turkey for the 2017 CEV Women’s European Champs
Setters: Naz Aydemir Akyol and Gamze Alikaya
Opposites: Polen Uslupehlivan and Meryem Boz
Middle blockers: Bahar Toksoy Guidetti, Eda Erdem Dündar and Kübra Çalışkan
Receivers: Gözde Kırdar Bracceschi, Güldeniz Önal, Neriman Özsoy Gençyürek and Hande Baladın
Liberos: Simge Şebnem Aköz, Gizem Örge Güner and Merve Dalbeler
09:00 CET – Polish 14 players for EuroVolley
Setters: Joanna Wolosz, Marlena Pleśnierowicz
Receivers: Patrycja Polak, Natalia Murek, Roksana Brzóska, Julia Twardowska, Martyna Grajber
Middle blockers: Agnieszka Kąkolewska, Zuzanna Efimienko-Młotkowska, Maja Tokarska
Opposites: Malwina Smarzek, Monika Bociek
Liberos: Agata Witkowska, Aleksandra Krzos
08:30 CET – Koslowski chose 14 German players