In the first semi-final since the beginning Indykpol AZS Olsztyn gained an advantage. By the end of the game it was fargmentu clear. Wojciech Ferens started the second set. Bełchatow managed to get a three-point advantage, however, the Olsztyn players started to play better then expanded the lead and won the second set.
In third set Bełchatow managed to take the lead and get the three points lead. Olsztyn managed to make up for the loss, and they came down to the first technical break leading 8:7. From this point, the teams played point for point. On the second technical time-aut Indykpol players lead 16:15. After the break it Bełchatow managed to get out on the three-point lead and eventually they won 25:21.
The next two sets Polish team were much better.
PGE Skra Belchatow – Indykpol AZS Olsztyn 3:2 (19:25, 19:25, 25:21, 25:20, 15:8)
Skra Belchatow: Mariusz Wlazły, Wytze Kooistra, Charles Ear, Konstantin Cupkovic, Dejan Wincic Yosleyder Cala, Paul Zatorski
Indykpol AZS Olsztyn: Heran Guilermo, Wojciech Ferens, Metodi Ananieva, Wojciech Sobala, Peter Hain, Bartosz Chris, Michael Zurek
In the second semi-final after a very tight and exciting match Zaks lost to Turkish Arkas Izmir.
Zaks Kędzierzyn-Koźle – Arkas Izmir 2:3 (27:29, 25:16, 24:26, 25:15, 14:16)
Zaks Kędzierzyn-Koźle: Rouzier, Zagumny, Wisniewski, Fonteles, Ruciak, Mozdzonek, Gacek (libero) and Kapełuś, Witczak, Zaplacki, Pilarz
Arkas Izmir: Perrin, Pezuk, Duff, Agamez, Subasi, Hansen, Hasan (libero) and Mustafa Koc, Emin, Bulent, Ufuk