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 23 September – 2 October
Teams 16
Venues 4 (in 4 host cities)
Champions  Serbia (1st title)
MVP Serbia Jovana Brakočević
Official website
Website

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 23 September to 2 October 2011.[1]

Qualification[edit]

Team Method of qualification
 Azerbaijan Qualification Second round group A winners
 Bulgaria Qualification Second round group F winners
 Croatia Qualification Third round play-off winners
 Czech Republic Qualification Second round group B winners
 France Qualification Third round play-off winners
 Germany 2009 edition fourth place
 Israel Qualification Third round play-off winners
 Italy Hosts
 Netherlands 2009 edition second place
 Poland 2009 edition third place
 Romania Qualification Second round group E winners
 Russia 2009 edition sixth place
 Serbia Hosts
 Spain Qualification Second round group D winners
 Turkey 2009 edition fifth place
 Ukraine Qualification Second round group C winners

Format[edit]

The tournament was played in two different stages. In the first stage, the sixteen participants were divided in four groups of four teams each. A single round-robin format was played within each group to determine the teams group position, the three best teams of each group (total of 12 teams) progressed to the second stage, with group winners advancing to the quarterfinals while second and third placed advancing to the playoffs.

The second stage of the tournament consisted of a single-elimination, with winners advancing to the next round. A playoff was played (involving group second and third places) to determine which teams joined the group winners in the quarterfinals, followed by semifinals, 3rd place match and final.

Pools composition[edit]

Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D
 France  Azerbaijan  Czech Republic  Bulgaria
 Germany  Croatia  Israel  Netherlands
 Serbia  Italy  Poland  Russia
 Ukraine  Turkey  Romania  Spain

Squads[edit]

Venues[edit]

The tournament was played at four venues in four cities (two in Italy and two in Serbia).[2] Each city hosted a group during the preliminary round. Monza and Belgrade hosted the playoffs and quarterfinals. Belgrade also concluded the championship hosting the semifinals, third place match and final.

Pool A, Championship round Pool C
Host cities in Serbia
Serbia Belgrade, Serbia Serbia Zrenjanin, Serbia
Hala Pionir Crystal Hall
Capacity: 5,900 Capacity: 2,800
Hala Pionir Beograd.jpg Hala sportova Zrenjanin.jpg
Pool B, Playoffs and Quarterfinals Pool D
Host cities in Italy
Italy Monza, Italy Italy Busto Arsizio, Italy
PalaIper PalaYamamay
Capacity: 4,500 Capacity: 5,000
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Preliminary round[edit]

(A) Advance to quarterfinals
(a) Advance to playoffs

Pool A[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Germany (A) 9 3 0 9 1 9.000 245 187 1.310
2  Serbia (a) 6 2 1 7 4 1.750 249 215 1.158
3  France (a) 3 1 2 4 6 0.667 205 223 0.919
4  Ukraine 0 0 3 0 9 0.000 152 226 0.673
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
24 Sep 17:00 Germany  3–0  Ukraine 25–17 25–15 25–17     75–49 Report
24 Sep 20:00 France  1–3  Serbia 25–20 15–25 11–25 19–25   70–95 Report
25 Sep 17:00 France  0–3  Germany 18–25 23–25 18–25     59–75 Report
25 Sep 20:00 Serbia  3–0  Ukraine 25–18 25–18 25–14     75–50 Report
26 Sep 17:00 Ukraine  0–3  France 24–26 14–25 15–25     53–76 Report
26 Sep 20:00 Serbia  1–3  Germany 22–25 15–25 25–20 17–25   79–95 Report

Pool B[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Italy (A) 7 2 1 8 4 2.000 272 254 1.071
2  Turkey (a) 5 2 1 6 6 1.000 275 258 1.066
3  Azerbaijan (a) 3 1 2 5 7 0.714 262 283 0.926
4  Croatia 3 1 2 4 6 0.667 222 236 0.941
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
23 Sep 17:30 Turkey  3–1  Azerbaijan 23–25 25–17 25–19 25–21   98–82 Report
23 Sep 20:30 Croatia  0–3  Italy 19–25 20–25 19–25     58–75 Report
24 Sep 17:30 Croatia  3–0  Turkey 25–21 25–23 25–22     75–66 Report
24 Sep 20:30 Italy  3–1  Azerbaijan 25–22 25–22 21–25 25–16   96–85 Report
25 Sep 17:30 Azerbaijan  3–1  Croatia 27–25 18–25 25–21 25–18   95–89 Report
25 Sep 20:30 Italy  2–3  Turkey 25–21 26–28 16–25 25–22 9–15 101–111 Report

Pool C[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Poland (A) 9 3 0 9 0 MAX 230 176 1.307
2  Czech Republic (a) 6 2 1 6 3 2.000 220 185 1.189
3  Romania (a) 3 1 2 3 6 0.500 202 210 0.962
4  Israel 0 0 3 0 9 0.000 144 225 0.640
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
24 Sep 16:00 Israel  0–3  Poland 23–25 7–25 15–25     45–75 Report
24 Sep 19:00 Romania  0–3  Czech Republic 27–29 19–25 16–25     62–79 Report
25 Sep 16:00 Poland  3–0  Czech Republic 25–20 28–26 25–20     78–66 Report
25 Sep 19:00 Israel  0–3  Romania 17–25 23–25 14–25     54–75 Report
26 Sep 16:00 Czech Republic  3–0  Israel 25–11 25–18 25–16     75–45 Report
26 Sep 19:00 Poland  3–0  Romania 27–25 25–18 25–22     77–65 Report

Pool D[edit]

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

Championship round[edit]

  • venues:
Hala Pionir, Belgrade, Serbia
PalaIper, Monza, Italy
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 Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
27 Sep 17:30 Turkey  3–0  Spain 25–19 25–17 25–21     75–57 Report
27 Sep 20:30 Netherlands  3–1  Azerbaijan 23–25 27–25 25–16 25–17   100–83 Report
28 Sep 17:00 Serbia  3–0  Romania 25–19 25–15 25–20     75–54 Report
28 Sep 20:00 Czech Republic  3–1  France 25–21 23–25 25–14 25–14   98–74 Report

Quarterfinals[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
28 Sep 17:30 Russia  0–3  Turkey 25–27 21–25 19–25     65–77 Report
28 Sep 20:30 Italy  3–1  Netherlands 25–21 25–20 21–25 25–18   96–84 Report
29 Sep 17:00 Germany  3–0  Czech Republic 25–18 25–20 25–17     75–55 Report
29 Sep 20:00 Poland  0–3  Serbia 14–25 20–25 24–26     58–76 Report

Semifinals[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
1 Oct 17:00 Germany  3–0  Italy 25–22 25–22 25–17     75–61 Report
1 Oct 20:00 Serbia  3–2  Turkey 25–10 25–22 23–25 23–25 15–12 111–94 Report

Bronze medal match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
2 Oct 15:00 Italy  2–3  Turkey 21–25 25–15 27–25 19–25 10–15 102–105 Report

Final[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
2 Oct 18:00 Germany  2–3  Serbia 25–16 20–25 25–19 20–25 9–15 99–100 Report

Final standing[edit]

Individual awards[edit]

References[edit]

  • Confédération Européenne de Volleyball (CEV)[3]
  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. 
  3. ^ "2011 CEV Volleyball European Championship Women". CEV. Retrieved 15 April 2017. 

External links[edit]