The match will be shown in more than 25 countries.
In Germany the fans far away from the Lake of Constance can watch it live via TV on SPORT1+ or via Internet on LAOLA1.tv and highlights in SWR TV and Regio TV.
Eurosport Asia covers the match for Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, India/India Subcontinent, Korea, Australia and Hong Kong;
NTV Plus for Russia, Ukraine, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
“We took this game as match of the week because it is the most attractive of the sixth leg”, says Christian Högg from the Sportsman Media Group which distributes the TV rights of the Champions League on behalf of the CEV.
“VfB FRIEDRICHSHAFEN is the top team of Germany, KAZAN the top team of Russia”.
Not only the interest from TV is there – also the request from the fans is huge.
The VIP Lounge is sold out since days.
More than 2’600 of the 4’000 tickets are sold.
“In the past our supporters took us to successes again and again”, says Jürgen Hauke, CEO of VfB FRIEDRICHSHAFEN.
“I hope that they can be part of a surprise on Wednesday again. It will be a great Volleyball party – that is sure”.