Azerrail Baku

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Azerrail Baku VC
Full name Azərreyl Bakı
Founded 2000
Ground Palace of Hand Games
(Capacity: 2500)
Chairman Azerbaijan Javid Gurbanov
Manager Brazil Angelo Vercesi
League Azerbaijan Super League
2013-14 2th[clarification needed] place
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Azerrail Baku is an Azerbaijani women's volleyball club which plays its home matches at the Sports Games Palace in Baku.[1][2]

History[edit]

In April 2011, club claimed their second Women's CEV Top Teams Cup in their history as they beat Lokomotiv Baku in all Azerbaijani final.[3][4]

Team[edit]

Many awards of Azerrail

Season 2013-2014

Number Player Position Height (m) Birth date
1 Dominican Republic Annerys Vargas Middle-blocker 1.96 07/08/1981
2 Azerbaijan Ksenija Kovalenko Middle-blocker 1.90 21/11/1986
4 Azerbaijan Oksana Parkhomenko Setter 1.89 28/07/1984
5 Azerbaijan Odina Aliyeva Wing-Spiker 1.86 22/05/1990
6 Germany Lisa Thomsen Libero 1.72 20/08/1984
8 Azerbaijan Natavan Gasimova Setter 1.78 08/07/1985
9 Italy Chiara Di Iulio Wing-spiker 1.85 05/05/1985
10 Azerbaijan Jana Matiasovská Wing-spiker 1.98 07/07/1987
11 United States Jessica Jones Middle-blocker 1.87 15/11/1986
12 Azerbaijan Valeriya Korotenko Libero 1.74 29/01/1984
14 Germany Margareta Kozuch Wing-spiker 1.87 30/10/1986
15 Cuba Yusidey Silié Capitano Setter 1.85 11/11/1984
17 Azerbaijan Polina Rahimova Wing Spiker 1.98 05/06/1990

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