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Organization of European Men’s Olympic Qualifier awarded to Berlin

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source: cev.eu; Photo: airbnb.com

The European Volleyball Federation (CEV) announced that it has awarded the organization of the European Men’s Olympic Qualifier to the German Volleyball Federation (DVV).



The unofficial information has been confirmed: Germany will host the European Men’s Qualifier for the Tokyo Olympics from January 5 to January 10, 2020. The venue in which eight national teams will fight for one place in the Olympics will be the Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin.

So, after 2012 and 2016, the German capital will host the continental Men’s Olympic qualifications for the third time in a row, while DVV was awarded to organize the event for the fourth straight time.

The Olympic qualification in Berlin will be played with the best seven teams in the European ranking who have not yet qualified for the Tokyo Games, plus the hosts. The ranking that will be considered for participating in the qualifications will be the one released at the end of the 2019 EuroVolley, on September 30.

Poland, Italy and Russia are the only three teams from Europe that have secured their place in Tokyo for now.



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