2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship squads

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This article shows all participating team squads at the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship, held in Turkey from 3 to 13 September 2009.[1]

 Bulgaria[edit]

The following is the Bulgarian roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Silvano Prandi
Assistant: Camillo Placi
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Georgi Bratoev 21 October 1987 Bulgaria Levski Sofia
2 Hristo Tsvetanov 29 March 1978 Russia Lokomotiv Yekaterinburg
3 Andrey Zhekov 12 March 1980 Greece E.A. Patras
4 Vladislav Ivanov 14 March 1987 Bulgaria Levski Sofia
5 Krasimir Gaydarski 23 February 1983 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
6 Matey Kaziyski 23 September 1984 Italy Itas Diatec Trentino
7 Tsvetan Sokolov 31 December 1989 Bulgaria VC Marek Union-Ivkoni
8 Teodor Todorov 1 September 1989 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
9 Metodi Ananiev 17 February 1986 Bulgaria Levski Sofia
10 Valentin Bratoev 21 October 1987 Bulgaria Levski Sofia
11 Vladimir Nikolov (C) 3 October 1977 Italy Piemonte Volley
12 Viktor Yosifov 16 October 1985 Bulgaria Czerno More Bask
13 Teodor Salparov 16 August 1982 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
15 Todor Aleksiev 21 April 1983 Turkey Halkbank Ankara

 Czech Republic[edit]

The following is the Czech roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Jan Svoboda
Assistant: Milan Hadrava
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Martin Lébl 12 April 1980 Italy Lube Banca Macerata
2 Jiří Popelka 11 May 1977 Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys
3 Marek Novotný 4 May 1978 Greece E.A. Patras
5 Jaroslav Škach 27 June 1975 Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys
7 Aleš Holubec 13 March 1984 Belgium Noliko Maaseik
8 Peter Pláteník 16 March 1981 Italy Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo
9 Ondřej Hudeček (C) 9 May 1981 France Montpellier UC
11 Jan Štokr 16 January 1983 Italy RPA-LuigiBacchi.it Perugia
12 Jakub Veselý 2 September 1986 France Arago de Sète
14 Jan Václavík 15 April 1985 Czech Republic VK Ostrava
15 Jiří Král 8 July 1981 Italy Antonveneta Padova
16 Martin Kryštof 11 October 1982 Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys
17 David Konečný 10 October 1982 France Tours VB
18 Lukáš Ticháček 12 January 1982 Germany VfB Friedrichshafen

 Estonia[edit]

The following is the Estonian roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Avo Keel
Assistant: Andrei Ojamets
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Raimo Pajusalu 1 February 1981 Belgium Knack Randstad Roeselare
3 Keith Pupart 19 March 1985 Estonia Selver Tallinn
4 Ardo Kreek 7 August 1986 Estonia Selver Tallinn
5 Kert Toobal (C) 3 June 1979 Estonia Pere Leib Tartu
6 Sten Esna 24 August 1982 France Rennes Volley 35
7 Argo Meresaar 13 January 1980 Estonia Selver Tallinn
9 Kristjan Õuekallas 8 January 1981 France Beauvais Oise UC
10 Asko Esna 1 May 1986 Estonia Selver Tallinn
11 Oliver Venno 23 May 1990 Estonia Pere Leib Tartu
12 Janis Sirelpuu 14 August 1977 Estonia Selver Tallinn
13 Veiko Lember 29 November 1977 Estonia Selver Tallinn
16 Eerik Jago 29 December 1980 Italy Pallavolo Pineto
17 Martti Rosenblatt 29 December 1987 Estonia Selver Tallinn
18 Jaanus Nõmmsalu 19 January 1981 Estonia Selver Tallinn

 Finland[edit]

The following is the Finnish roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Mauro Berruto
Assistant: Andrea Brogioni
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Jesse Mäntylä 24 March 1987 Finland Salon Piivolley
3 Mikko Esko 3 September 1978 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
4 Olli-Pekka Ojansivu 31 December 1987 Finland Pielaveden Sampo
5 Antti Siltala 14 March 1984 Greece Aris Thessaloniki
6 Tuomas Sammelvuo (C) 16 February 1976 Italy Tonno Callipo Vibo Valentia
7 Matti Hietanen 3 January 1983 Italy Pallavolo Pineto
9 Pasi Hyvärinen 22 November 1987 Finland Muuramen Lentopallo
10 Simo-Pekka Olli 13 November 1985 Finland Raision Loimu
12 Olli Kunnari 2 February 1982 Poland AZS Olsztyn
13 Mikko Oivanen 26 May 1986 Poland Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
14 Konstantin Shumov 15 February 1985 Italy Callipo Vibo Valentia
15 Matti Oivanen 26 May 1986 France Beauvais Oise UC
16 Urpo Sivula 15 March 1988 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
18 Jukka Lehtonen 22 February 1982 Greece Aris Thessaloniki

 France[edit]

The following is the French roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Philippe Blain
Assistant: Olivier Lecat
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Yannick Bazin 18 June 1983 France Paris Volley
2 Hubert Henno 6 October 1976 Italy Volley Forlì
4 Antonin Rouzier 18 August 1986 Belgium Knack Randstad Roeselare
5 Romain Vadeleux 12 February 1983 France AS Cannes Volley-Ball
6 Jean-Philippe Sol 1 January 1986 France Montpellier UC
7 Stéphane Antiga 3 February 1976 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
9 Guillaume Samica 28 September 1981 Poland Jastrzębski Węgiel
10 Stéphane Tolar 4 July 1984 France Tourcoing Lille Métropole Volley-Ball
11 Édouard Rowlandson 27 July 1988 France Arago de Sète
13 Toafa Takaniko 29 May 1985 France Spacer's Toulouse Volley
14 Samuel Tuia 24 July 1986 France AS Cannes Volley-Ball
15 Baptiste Geiler 12 March 1987 France Montpellier UC
17 Oliver Kieffer (C) 27 August 1979 France Stade Poitevin Poitiers
18 Jean-François Exiga 20 May 1982 France AS Cannes Volley-Ball

 Greece[edit]

The following is the Greek roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Stelios Kazazis
Assistant: Ioannis Fakas
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Konstantinos Christofidelis 26 June 1977 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
2 Mitar Tzourits 25 April 1989 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
3 Apóstolos Armenákis 19 July 1980 France AS Cannes Volley-Ball
6 Vasileios Kournetas 2 August 1976 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
7 Georgios Stefanou 12 January 1981 Greece Panathinaikos Athens
8 Konstantinos Prousalis 6 October 1980 Greece P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki
9 Theoklitos Karipidis 18 January 1980 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
10 Andreas Andreadis 14 January 1982 Greece Panathinaikos Athens
11 Nikolaos Roumeliotis (C) 12 October 1978 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
12 Nikolaos Smaragdis 12 February 1982 Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki
14 Sotirios Pantaleon 21 June 1980 Greece Panathinaikos Athens
15 Ilias Lappas 20 July 1979 Greece Panathinaikos Athens
17 Achilleas Papadimitriou 18 August 1980 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
18 Theodoros Baev 31 May 1977 Turkey Halkbank Ankara

 Spain[edit]

The following is the Spanish roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Julio Velasco
Assistant: Antonio Alemany
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Guillermo Falasca 24 October 1977 Italy Copra Nordmeccanica Piacenza
3 José Luis Lobato 19 February 1977 Spain Unicaja Almería
5 Francisco José Rodriguez 25 September 1980 Spain CV Teruel
6 Sergio Noda 23 March 1987 Spain Unicaja Almería
7 Guillermo Hernán 25 July 1982 Spain CV Teruel
8 Alberto Salas 13 September 1984 Spain Ciudad del Medio Ambiente Soria
10 Miguel Ángel Falasca (C) 29 April 1973 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
11 Manuel Parres 29 March 1984 Spain UCAM Murcia
12 Francesc Llenas 13 September 1982 Spain CV Teruel
13 Juan Carlos Barcala 25 January 1984 Spain Unicaja Almería
14 José Luis Moltó 29 June 1975 Italy Stamplast Prisma Martina Franca
16 Julian Garcia-Torres 8 November 1980 Spain CV Pòrtol
17 Marlon Rafael Palharini 3 February 1984 Spain Club Vigo Voleibal
18 Israel Rodríguez 27 August 1981 Italy Stamplast Prisma Martina Franca

 Netherlands[edit]

The following is the Dutch roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Peter Blangé
Assistant: Arnold van Ree
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Dirk-Jan van Gendt 18 July 1974 Belgium VC Euphony Asse-Lennik
3 Yannick van Harskamp 2 April 1986 Netherlands VC Nesselande
4 Robert Horstink 26 December 1981 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
7 Richard Rademaker 18 March 1982 Netherlands VC Nesselande
8 Kay van Dijk 25 June 1984 South Korea Gumi KB Insurance Stars
9 Jeroen Trommel (C) 1 August 1980 Turkey İstanbul Belediyesi
10 Jeroen Rauwerdink 13 September 1985 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
11 Jan Willem Snippe 21 May 1986 Italy Lube Banca Macerata
12 Wytze Kooistra 3 June 1982 Italy Trenkwalder Modena
13 Tije Vlam 9 October 1985 Netherlands VC Nesselande
14 Niels Klapwijk 19 September 1985 Netherlands VC Nesselande
15 Lars Lorsheijd 8 June 1985 Netherlands VC Nesselande
17 Rob Bontje 12 May 1981 Italy Marmi Lanza Verona
18 Jelte Maan 19 March 1986 Belgium Noliko Maaseik

 Germany[edit]

The following is the German roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Raúl Lozano
Assistant: Juan Manuel Serramalera
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
2 Dirk Westphal 31 January 1986 Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys
3 Sebastian Schwarz 11 October 1980 Germany Generali Unterhaching
4 Simon Tischer 24 April 1982 Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki
5 Björn Andrae 14 May 1981 Greece Panathinaikos Athens
6 Markus Steuerwald 7 March 1989 Germany VfB Friedrichshafen
7 Georg Wiebel 6 April 1977 Belgium Noliko Maaseik
8 Marcus Böhme 25 August 1985 Germany Berlin Recycling Volleys
10 Jochen Schöps 8 October 1983 Russia VC Iskra Odintsovo
12 Ferdinand Tille 8 December 1988 Germany Generali Unterhaching
14 Robert Kromm (C) 9 March 1984 Italy Antonveneta Padova
15 Max Günthör 9 August 1985 Germany Generali Unterhaching
16 Eugen Bakumovski 11 October 1980 Germany Generali Unterhaching
17 Patrick Steuerwald 3 March 1986 Germany Generali Unterhaching
18 György Grozer 27 December 1984 Germany VfB Friedrichshafen

 Italy[edit]

The following is the Italian roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Andrea Anastasi
Assistant: Andrea Gardini
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
2 Simone Parodi 16 June 1986 Italy Marmi Lanza Verona
3 Mauro Gavotto 16 April 1979 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
4 Loris Manià 27 January 1979 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
5 Valerio Vermiglio (C) 1 March 1976 Italy Lube Banca Macerata
7 Michal Lasko 11 March 1981 Italy Marmi Lanza Verona
8 Alberto Cisolla 17 October 1977 Italy Sisley Treviso
9 Matteo Martino 28 January 1987 Italy Lube Banca Macerata
11 Cristian Savani 22 February 1982 Italy Sir Safety Perugia
12 Andrea Bari 5 March 1980 Italy Itas Diatec Trentino
13 Francesco Fortunato 23 July 1977 Italy Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo
14 Dragan Travica 28 August 1986 Italy Trenkwalder Modena
15 Emanuele Birarelli 8 February 1981 Italy Itas Diatec Trentino
17 Andrea Sala 27 December 1978 Italy Acqua Paradiso Gabeca Montichiari
18 Matej Černić 13 September 1978 Italy Stamplast Prisma Martina Franca

 Poland[edit]

The following is the Polish roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Daniel Castellani
Assistant: Krzysztof Stelmach
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Piotr Nowakowski 18 December 1987 Poland AZS Częstochowa
3 Piotr Gruszka 8 March 1977 Turkey Arkas Izmir
4 Daniel Pliński 10 December 1978 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
5 Paweł Zagumny (C) 18 October 1977 Poland AZS UWM Olsztyn
6 Bartosz Kurek 29 August 1988 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
7 Jakub Jarosz 10 February 1987 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
9 Zbigniew Bartman 4 May 1987 Russia Gazprom-Ugra Surgut
10 Marcel Gromadowski 19 December 1985 Italy Zinella Volley Bologna
12 Paweł Woicki 29 June 1983 Poland Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
14 Michał Ruciak 22 August 1983 Poland ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle
15 Piotr Gacek 16 September 1978 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
16 Krzysztof Ignaczak 15 May 1978 Poland Asseco Resovia Rzeszów
17 Michał Bąkiewicz 22 March 1981 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
18 Marcin Możdżonek 9 February 1985 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów

 Russia[edit]

The following is the Russian roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Daniele Bagnoli
Assistant: Yaroslav Antonov
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Denis Biryukov 8 December 1988 Russia Metallurg-Oskol Stary Oskol
2 Semyon Poltavskiy 8 February 1981 Russia Dinamo Moscow
3 Aleksandr Kosarev 30 September 1977 Russia Lokomotiv Belgorod
4 Alexey Cheremisin 23 September 1980 Russia Zenit Kazan
5 Sergey Grankin 21 January 1985 Russia Dinamo Moscow
7 Aleksey Kazakov 18 March 1976 Russia Ural Ufa
8 Sergey Tetyukhin (C) 23 September 1975 Russia Lokomotiv Belgorod
9 Vadim Khamuttskikh 26 November 1969 Russia Lokomotiv Belgorod
10 Yury Berezhko 27 January 1984 Russia Dinamo Moscow
15 Aleksandr Volkov 14 February 1985 Russia Dinamo Moscow
16 Aleksey Verbov 31 January 1982 Russia Iskra Odintsovo
17 Maxim Mikhaylov 19 March 1988 Russia Yaroslavich Yaroslavl
18 Aleksey Kuleshov 24 February 1979 Russia Iskra Odintsovo
19 Alexander Yanutov 19 June 1983 Russia Gazprom-Ugra Surgut

 Serbia[edit]

The following is the Serbian roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Igor Kolaković
Assistant: Željko Bulatović
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Nikola Kovačević 14 February 1983 Italy RPA-LuigiBacchi.it Perugia
4 Bojan Janić 11 March 1982 Poland Trefl Gdańsk
5 Vlado Petković 6 January 1983 Serbia OK Vojvodina
6 Miloš Terzić 13 June 1987 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Belgrad
7 Dragan Stanković 18 October 1985 Montenegro Budvanska Rivijera Budva
8 Marko Samardzić 22 February 1983 Poland Trefl Gdańsk
9 Nikola Grbić (C) 6 September 1973 Italy Itas Diatec Trentino
10 Miloš Nikić 31 March 1986 Belgium Knack Randstad Roeselare
11 Nikola Rosić 5 August 1984 Germany Moerser SC
12 Andrija Gerić 24 January 1977 Greece Panathinaikos Athens
14 Ivan Miljković 13 September 1979 Greece Olympiakos Pireus
15 Saša Starović 19 October 1988 Montenegro Budvanska Rivijera Budva
16 Nemanja Petrić 28 July 1987 Montenegro OK Budućnost Podgorica
18 Marko Podraščanin 29 August 1987 Italy Lube Banca Macerata

 Slovakia[edit]

The following is the Slovak roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Emanuele Zanini
Assistant: Štefan Chrtiansky
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Milan Bencz 5 September 1987 Austria SK Posojilnica Aich/Dob
2 Michal Masný (C) 14 August 1979 Poland ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle
3 Emanuel Kohút 21 July 1982 Italy Sisley Treviso
4 Martin Pipa 3 September 1974 Austria SK Posojilnica Aich/Dob
5 Matej Kubš 26 May 1988 Slovakia VKP Bratislava
6 Jozef Piovarči 9 November 1984 Czech Republic VK Opava
8 Martin Sopko 30 January 1982 Poland Delecta Bydgoszcz
9 František Ogurčák 24 April 1984 Italy Bassano Volley
10 Martin Nemec 31 July 1984 Italy RPA-LuigiBacchi.it Perugia
14 Tomáš Kmeť 1 December 1981 Italy Materdomini Volley
15 Juraj Žatko 5 June 1987 Czech Republic VK Ostrava
18 Lukáš Diviš 20 February 1986 Germany VfB Friedrichshafen

 Slovenia[edit]

The following is the Slovenian roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Gregor Hribar
Assistant: Radovan Gačić
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Andrej Flajs 11 March 1983 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
2 Alen Pajenk 23 April 1986 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
3 Davor Čebron 25 January 1981 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
4 Matej Vidič 6 November 1986 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
5 Alen Šket 28 March 1988 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
6 Mitja Gasparini 26 June 1984 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
7 Matija Pleško 3 March 1976 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
9 Tine Urnaut (C) 3 September 1988 Greece Olympiacos Piraeus
10 Dejan Vinčič 15 September 1986 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
12 Sebastijan Škorc 12 February 1974 Slovenia ACH Volley Ljubljana
13 Tomislav Šmuc 23 June 1976 Italy Trenkwalder Modena
14 Jasmin Čuturić 5 July 1974 France Beauvais Oise UC

 Turkey[edit]

The following is the Turkish roster in the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship.

Head coach: Fausto Polidori
Assistant: Armando Cosentino
No. Name Date of birth 2009 club
1 Selçuk Keskin 15 January 1982 Turkey Arkas Izmir
3 Ahmet Toçoğlu 13 March 1980 Turkey Arkas Izmir
5 Nuri Şahin 1 January 1980 Turkey Arkas Izmir
6 Emre Batur 21 April 1988 Turkey Fenerbahçe Grundig
7 Sinan Cem Tanık 19 June 1980 Turkey Halkbank Ankara
8 Volkan Güc 16 July 1980 Turkey Halkbank Ankara
9 Ahmet Pezuk 8 June 1987 Turkey Galatasaray Istanbul
10 Akif Gökhan Öner (C) 6 September 1972 Turkey Arkas Izmir
12 Arslan Eksi 17 July 1985 Turkey Fenerbahçe Grundig
14 Erhan Dünge 4 February 1980 Turkey İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyesi
15 Hasan Yeşilbudak 11 January 1984 Turkey Arçelik İstanbul
16 Halil İbrahim Akşeker 5 February 1987 Turkey Galatasaray Istanbul
17 Can Ayvazoğlu 14 September 1979 Turkey Galatasaray Istanbul
18 Ali Alp Çayir 13 September 1981 Turkey Galatasaray Istanbul

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