2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship

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2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship
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Tournament details
Host nation  Italy /  Serbia
Dates September 23 – October 2
Teams 16
Venues (in 4 host cities)
Champions  Serbia (1st title)
MVP Serbia Jovana Brakočević
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The 2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship was the 27th edition of the European Volleyball Championship, organised by Europe's governing volleyball body, the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball. It was hosted in Italy and Serbia from September 23 to October 2, 2011.[1]

Hosting[edit]

Candidates for the 2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship:

Cities that hosted events of 2011 Women's European Volleyball:

Italy Italy

Serbia Serbia

Qualification[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the quarterfinals
Qualified for the playoffs

Pool A[edit]

In Belgrade, Serbia

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Germany 9 3 0 245 187 1.310 9 1 9.000
2  Serbia 6 2 1 249 215 1.158 7 4 1.750
3  France 3 1 2 205 223 0.919 4 6 0.667
4  Ukraine 0 0 3 152 226 0.673 0 9 0.000
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
24 Sep Germany  3–0  Ukraine 25–17 25–15 25–17     75–49
24 Sep Serbia  3–1  France 20–25 25–15 25–11 25–19   95–70
25 Sep Germany  3–0  France 25–18 25–23 25–18     75–59
25 Sep Serbia  3–0  Ukraine 25–18 25–18 25–14     75–50
26 Sep Ukraine  0–3  France 24–26 14–25 15–25     53–76
26 Sep Serbia  1–3  Germany 22–25 15–25 25–18 17–25   79–95

Pool B[edit]

In Monza, Italy

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Italy 7 2 1 272 254 1.071 8 4 2.000
2  Turkey 5 2 1 275 258 1.066 6 6 1.000
3  Azerbaijan 3 1 2 262 283 0.926 5 7 0.714
4  Croatia 3 1 2 222 236 0.941 4 6 0.667
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
23 Sep Turkey  3–1  Azerbaijan 23–25 25–17 25–19 25–21   98–82
23 Sep Italy  3–0  Croatia 25–19 25–20 25–19     75–58
24 Sep Turkey  0–3  Croatia 23–25 23–25 23–25     69–75
24 Sep Italy  3–1  Azerbaijan 25–22 25–22 21–25 25–16   96–85
25 Sep Azerbaijan  3–1  Croatia 27–25 18–25 25–21 25–18   95–89
25 Sep Italy  2–3  Turkey 25–21 26–28 16–25 25–22 9–15 101–111

Pool C[edit]

In Zrenjanin, Serbia

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Poland 9 3 0 230 176 1.307 9 0 MAX
2  Czech Republic 6 2 1 220 185 1.189 6 3 2.000
3  Romania 3 1 2 202 210 0.962 3 6 0.500
4  Israel 0 0 3 144 225 0.640 0 9 0.000
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
24 Sep Poland  3–0  Israel 25–23 25–7 25–15     75–45
24 Sep Czech Republic  3–0  Romania 29–27 25–19 25–16     79–62
25 Sep Poland  3–0  Czech Republic 25–20 28–26 25–20     78–66
25 Sep Romania  3–0  Israel 25–17 25–23 25–14     75–54
26 Sep Czech Republic  3–0  Israel 25–11 25–18 25–16     75–45
26 Sep Poland  3–0  Romania 27–25 25–18 25–22     77–65

Pool D[edit]

In Busto Arsizio, Italy

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Russia 9 3 0 277 242 1.145 9 2 4.500
2  Netherlands 6 2 1 237 209 1.134 7 3 2.333
3  Spain 3 1 2 218 232 0.940 4 6 0.667
4  Bulgaria 0 0 3 177 226 0.783 0 9 0.000
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
23 Sep Netherlands  3–0  Spain 25–15 25–14 25–17     75–46
23 Sep Russia  3–0  Bulgaria 25–13 26–24 25–21     76–58
24 Sep Netherlands  3–0  Bulgaria 25–23 25–17 25–23     75–63
24 Sep Russia  3–1  Spain 32–30 19–25 25–20 25–22   101–97
25 Sep Russia  3–1  Netherlands 26–24 24–26 25–15 25–22   100–87
25 Sep Spain  3–0  Bulgaria 25–17 25–18 25–21     75–56

Championship round[edit]

Playoffs Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
    29 September – Belgrade        
28 September – Belgrade
  Germany  3
  Czech Republic  3 1 October – Belgrade
    Czech Republic  0  
  France  1     Germany  3
  28 September – Monza
27 September – Monza     Italy  0  
  Italy  3
  Netherlands  3 2 October – Belgrade
    Netherlands  1  
  Azerbaijan  1     Germany  2
  29 September – Belgrade
28 September – Belgrade     Serbia  3
  Poland  0
  Serbia  3 1 October – Belgrade
    Serbia  3  
  Romania   0     Serbia  3 3rd place
  28 September – Monza
27 September – Monza     Turkey  2   2 October – Belgrade
  Russia  0
  Turkey  3   Italy  2
    Turkey  3  
  Spain  0     Turkey  3


Playoffs[edit]

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
27 Sep Turkey  3–0  Spain 25–19 25–17 25–21     75–57
27 Sep Netherlands  3–1  Azerbaijan 23–25 27–25 25–16 25–17   100–83
28 Sep Serbia  3–0  Romania 25–19 25–15 25–20     75–54
28 Sep Czech Republic  3–1  France 25–21 23–25 25–14 25–14   98-74

Quarterfinals[edit]

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
28 Sep Russia  0–3  Turkey 25–27 21–25 19–25     65–77
28 Sep Italy  3–1  Netherlands 25–21 25–20 21–25 25–18   96–84
29 Sep Germany  3–0  Czech Republic 25–18 25–20 25–17     75–55
29 Sep Poland  0–3  Serbia 14–25 20–25 24–26     58–76

Semifinals[edit]

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
1 Oct Germany  3–0  Italy 25–22 25–22 25–17     75–61
1 Oct Serbia  3–2  Turkey 25–10 25–22 23–25 23–25 15–12 111-94

Bronze medal match[edit]

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
2 Oct Italy  2–3  Turkey 21–25 25–15 27–25 19–25 10–15 102–105

Final[edit]

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
2 Oct Germany  2–3  Serbia 25–16 20–25 25–19 20–25 9–15 99–100

Final standing[edit]

Individual awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ magic moving pixel s.a. "20090522 - First meeting with the OC of the 2011 ECH". Cev.lu. Retrieved 2010-11-16. 
  2. ^ magic moving pixel s.a. (2009-07-29). "20090802 - CEV Vice President inspects facilities". Cev.lu. Retrieved 2010-11-16. 

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