1952 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship

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1952 World Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Soviet Union
Dates August 17 – August 29
Teams 8
Champions  Soviet Union (1st title)
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The 1952 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship was the first edition of the tournament, organised by the world's governing body, the FIVB. It was held in Moscow, Soviet Union from August 17 to August 29, 1952.

Round robin[edit]

17/08  Soviet Union 3 0  Bulgaria (15-10 15-4 15-6)
17/08  Poland 3 0  Hungary (15-5 15-3 15-5)
18/08  Czechoslovakia 3 0  Romania (15-10 15-12 15-4)
19/08  Poland 3 1  Bulgaria (15-12 15-9 4-15 15-9)
20/08  Czechoslovakia 3 0  Hungary (15-9 15-8 15-9)
20/08  Romania 3 0  France (15-7 15-5 16-14)
22/08  Czechoslovakia 3 0  France (15-4 15-1 15-0)
22/08  Soviet Union 3 0  Romania (15-5 15-3 15-7)
22/08  Poland 3 0  India (15-1 15-3 15-0)
23/08  France 3 0  India (15-6 15-2 15-3)
23/08  Soviet Union 3 0  Czechoslovakia (15-10 15-5 15-6)
23/08  Poland 3 1  Romania (15-10 11-15 15-5 15-7)
23/08  Bulgaria 3 1  Hungary (15-5 9-15 15-12 15-10)
24/08  Hungary 3 1  France (15-4 12-15 15-13 15-7)
24/08  Poland 3 1  Czechoslovakia (15-5 15-8 10-15 15-5)
24/08  Bulgaria 3 0  India (15-1 15-4 15-4)
25/08  Soviet Union 3 0  India (15-0 15-1 15-1)
26/08  Hungary 3 0  India (15-2 15-6 15-2)
26/08  Bulgaria 3 1  Romania (15-10 16-18 15-12 15-9)
26/08  Soviet Union 3 0  France (15-2 15-3 15-7)
27/08  Czechoslovakia 3 2  Bulgaria (15-3 5-15 15-11 13-15 16-14)
27/08  Poland 3 0  France (15-7 15-7 15-10)
27/08  Romania 3 0  India (15-7 15-7 15-1)
28/08  Bulgaria 3 1  France (15-6 5-15 15-4 15-10)
28/08  Czechoslovakia 3 0  India (15-1 15-0 15-2)
28/08  Soviet Union 3 0  Hungary (15-2 15-5 15-4)
29/08  Romania 3 1  Hungary (9-15 15-1 15-13 15-11)
29/08  Soviet Union 3 0  Poland (15-8 15-4 15-8)

Final ranking[edit]

  Team Pts J G P SP SC Ratio
1  Soviet Union 14 7 7 0 21 0 3,119
2  Poland 12 7 6 1 18 6 1,567
3  Czechoslovakia 10 7 5 2 16 8 1,367
4  Bulgaria 8 7 4 3 15 12 1,137
5  Romania 6 7 3 4 11 13 0,944
6  Hungary 4 7 2 5 8 16 0,801
7  France 2 7 1 6 5 18
8  India 0 7 0 7 0 21

Rosters[edit]

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 Soviet Union[edit]

Tatiana Bunina, Aleksandra Tschudina, Sofia Gorbunova, Militia Kononova, Serafirna Kundirenko, Sinaida Kuskina, Vera Oserova, Anna Ponomariova, Miniona Sakse, Valentina Sviridova, Simonina, Maria Toporkova Coach: Valentina Oskolkova

 Poland[edit]

Klementyna Celjnik, Danuta Noszka, Urszula Figwer, Krysztyna Hajec, Aleksandra Kubiakowna, Halina Ordzechowska, Halina Tomaszewska, Katarzyna Welsyng, Zofia Wojewodzka, Krysztyna Zakajewska, Miroslawa Zakrzewska, Coach: Zigmund Kzcizanowski

 Czechoslovakia[edit]

Bohumila Valaskova, Libuse Svozilova, Ruzena Svobodova, Jindra Hola, Vera Bochénkova, Zdenka Cerna, Emilia Roobova, Regina Matalikova, Bozena Lutockova, Bela Cigrova, Bronislava Stulcova, Bronislava Dostálova, Coach: Miroslav Rovný

References[edit]

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