02. 04. 2018

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Zenit launch Champions League Final 4 logo

Source: zenit-kazan.com; Photo: zenit-kazan.com

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Zenit Kazan, the organizers of the 2018 CEV Men’s Volleyball Champions League Final Four, have revealed how the logo of the tournament will look like.


 

Zenit Kazan launched a logo for the Final Four of the 2018 CEV Champions League.

At the same time, Zenit informed their fans that a first stage of the ticket sale was over and all tickets were sold out. The tournament titleholders will soon start the second stage of the ticket sale. 

 

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1 Comments about "PHOTO OF THE DAY: Zenit launch Champions League Final 4 logo"

03.04.2018 | 00:56 |   RevanExtasis [unregistered]

Nice sputknik tribute over there, it will be the first final on russia soil since a long time and the last final for leon in Kazan at least for now, maybe he will come back in the future, to retire in that team.

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