The matches that will crown Europe’s champions – and also determine the team that will represent Europe at the 2014 FIVB Men’s Club World Championship due to take place through May 6-11 in Betim, Brazil – will also be broadcast live and for free by CEV partner LAOLA1.tv
The semi-final and final matches as well as all side events coming up this weekend in Turkey’s capital city will be extensively covered on the CEV website as well as on eventoLive, with high-quality pictures provided in real time right here.
The Final Four Tournament will be broadcast by 16 TV stations thereby covering 92 countries, spanning from Brazil to the Far East, with Eurosport Asia airing the matches in 33 nations including – inter alia – India, Indonesia, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan as well as Australia. The matches will be televised in more than 25 European countries while Dubai Sports Channel will bring the world-class actions of the Final Four to the Middle East.
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