2013 Men's European Volleyball League

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2013 Men's European Volleyball League
Tournament details
Host nation  Turkey
Dates 13 June – 7 July (qualification)
13–14 July (final round)
Teams 12
Venue(s) 1 (in 1 host city)
Champions  Belgium (1st title)
Tournament awards
MVP Belgium Bram Van den Dries
Official website
2013 CEV European League

The 2013 Men's European Volleyball League was the tenth edition of the annual Men's European Volleyball League, which featured men's national volleyball teams from twelve European countries. A preliminary league round was played from June 13 to July 7, and the final four tournament, which was held in Turkey on July 13–14, 2013.

For this years edition, the first four sets were played over 21 points.[1]

Belgium defeated Croatia 3–0 in the final.[2]

Teams[edit]

League round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Belgium 34 12 0 36 7 5.143 887 736 1.205
2  Slovakia 18 6 6 23 21 1.095 858 813 1.055
3  Austria 14 4 8 18 27 0.667 837 909 0.921
4  Denmark 6 2 10 9 31 0.290 709 833 0.851

Leg 1[edit]

The tournament was played at Budocenter, Vienna, Austria.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
13 Jun 16:30 Denmark  0–3  Slovakia 15–21 19–21 16–21     50–63 Report
13 Jun 19:30 Belgium  3–2  Austria 15–21 21–14 16–21 21–15 15–11 88–82 Report
14 Jun 18:00 Austria  3–1  Slovakia 24–22 15–21 21–18 21–19   81–80 Report
14 Jun 20:30 Belgium  3–0  Denmark 21–16 22–20 21–19     64–55 Report
15 Jun 18:00 Austria  0–3  Denmark 16–21 17–21 30–32     63–74 Report
15 Jun 20:30 Slovakia  0–3  Belgium 12–21 12–21 20–22     44–64 Report

Leg 2[edit]

The tournament was played at Antvorskovhallen, Slagelse, Denmark.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
20 Jun 17:00 Slovakia  1–3  Austria 21–13 18–21 17–21 19–21   75–76 Report
20 Jun 19:30 Belgium  3–0  Denmark 21–17 21–18 21–16     63–51 Report
21 Jun 17:00 Austria  2–3  Belgium 14–21 21–19 21–17 14–21 15–17 85–95 Report
21 Jun 19:30 Denmark  1–3  Slovakia 14–21 23–25 21–19 12–21   70–86 Report
22 Jun 15:00 Belgium  3–1  Slovakia 18–21 22–20 21–17 21–17   82–75 Report
22 Jun 17:30 Denmark  3–1  Austria 21–15 14–21 21–15 21–17   77–68 Report

Leg 3[edit]

The tournament was played in Sporthal Arena, Deurne, Belgium.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
28 Jun 17:00 Denmark  0–3  Austria 20–22 18–21 19–21     57–64 Report
28 Jun 20:00 Belgium  3–1  Slovakia 25–23 17–21 21–19 21–18   84–81 Report
29 Jun 17:00 Austria  1–3  Slovakia 21–16 14–21 19–21 16–21   70–79 Report
29 Jun 20:00 Denmark  0–3  Belgium 20–22 13–21 17–21     50–64 Report
30 Jun 15:00 Slovakia  3–0  Denmark 21–10 21–15 21–18     63–43 Report
30 Jun 18:00 Austria  0–3  Belgium 25–27 16–21 13–21     54–69 Report

Leg 4[edit]

The tournament was played in City Hall, Nitra, Slovakia.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
4 Jul 16:30 Denmark  0–3  Belgium 16–21 12–21 10–21     38–63 Report
4 Jul 19:00 Slovakia  3–0  Austria 21–18 21–14 21–18     63–50 Report
5 Jul 16:30 Belgium  3–0  Austria 23–21 21–15 21–18     65–54 Report
5 Jul 19:00 Slovakia  3–1  Denmark 21–10 19–21 21–13 21–13   82–57 Report
6 Jul 16:30 Austria  3–1  Denmark 22–20 26–24 18–21 24–22   90–87 Report
6 Jul 19:00 Belgium  3–1  Slovakia 23–25 21–10 21–14 21–18   86–67 Report

Pool B[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Czech Republic 27 9 3 32 19 1.684 980 926 1.058
2  Montenegro 24 9 3 30 17 1.765 921 851 1.082
3  Spain 20 6 6 27 24 1.125 994 961 1.034
4  Hungary 1 0 12 7 36 0.194 724 881 0.822

Leg 1[edit]

The tournament was played at Messzi István Sportcsarnok, Kecskemét, Hungary.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
15 Jun 15:30 Spain  1–3  Czech Republic 16–21 21–17 19–21 18–21   74–80 Report
15 Jun 18:00 Hungary  0–3  Montenegro 13–21 15–21 21–23     49–65 Report
16 Jun 15:30 Czech Republic  3–1  Montenegro 15–21 21–15 22–20 21–19   79–75 Report
16 Jun 18:00 Hungary  1–3  Spain 24–22 14–21 17–21 16–21   71–85 Report
17 Jun 15:30 Montenegro  3–1  Spain 21–19 21–19 22–24 21–19   85–81 Report
17 Jun 18:00 Czech Republic  3–1  Hungary 17–21 21–17 21–18 21–16   80–72 Report

Leg 2[edit]

The tournament was played at Pavelló de la Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, Spain.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
21 Jun 17:00 Hungary  0–3  Czech Republic 15–21 20–22 15–21     50–64 Report
21 Jun 20:00 Spain  2–3  Montenegro 17–21 21–14 20–22 22–20 8–15 88–92 Report
22 Jun 15:00 Czech Republic  3–1  Montenegro 16–21 21–14 21–14 21–17   79–66 Report
22 Jun 18:00 Spain  3–2  Hungary 21–17 21–19 19–21 20–22 15–13 96–92 Report
23 Jun 15:00 Montenegro  3–0  Hungary 21–12 21–16 21–17     63–45 Report
23 Jun 18:00 Czech Republic  3–2  Spain 21–18 21–12 20–22 16–21 15–13 93–86 Report

Leg 3[edit]

The tournament was played in Mediteranski Sportski Centar, Budva, Montenegro.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
28 Jun 17:30 Czech Republic  1–3  Spain 30–28 11–21 17–21 19–21   77–91 Report
28 Jun 20:00 Montenegro  3–0  Hungary 21–17 22–20 21–15     64–52 Report
29 Jun 17:30 Czech Republic  3–1  Hungary 21–11 22–20 19–21 21–12   83–64 Report
29 Jun 20:00 Spain  3–1  Montenegro 21–19 24–22 18–21 21–18   84–80 Report
30 Jun 17:30 Hungary  0–3  Spain 16–21 14–21 10–21     40–63 Report
30 Jun 20:00 Montenegro  3–2  Czech Republic 21–16 16–21 18–21 21–18 18–16 94–92 Report

Leg 4[edit]

The tournament was played in Sports Hall, Opava, Czech Republic.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
5 Jul 15:00 Montenegro  3–1  Spain 18–21 21–17 23–21 21–13   83–72 Report
5 Jul 18:00 Czech Republic  3–1  Hungary 21–16 12–21 21–17 21–15   75–69 Report
6 Jul 15:00 Spain  3–1  Hungary 21–17 22–20 16–21 21–13   80–71 Report
6 Jul 18:00 Montenegro  3–2  Czech Republic 21–13 17–21 21–19 17–21 15–7 91–81 Report
7 Jul 15:00 Hungary  0–3  Montenegro 19–21 15–21 15–21     49–63 Report
7 Jul 18:00 Czech Republic  3–2  Spain 22–20 18–21 21–18 21–23 15–12 97–94 Report

Pool C[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Croatia 31 10 2 33 12 2.750 920 776 1.186
2  Belarus 17 6 6 23 23 1.000 878 883 0.994
3  Turkey 13 4 8 17 26 0.654 778 831 0.936
4  Israel 11 4 8 15 27 0.556 745 831 0.897

Leg 1[edit]

The tournament was played at Dvorana "Gimnasium", Rovinj, Croatia.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Jun 18:00 Israel  0–3  Croatia 10–21 17–21 17–21     44–63 Report
14 Jun 20:30 Belarus  1–3  Turkey 19–21 17–21 21–19 14–21   71–82 Report
15 Jun 18:00 Croatia  3–1  Turkey 21–15 20–22 21–17 21–18   83–72 Report
15 Jun 20:30 Israel  0–3  Belarus 18–21 18–21 17–21     53–63 Report
16 Jun 18:00 Croatia  3–1  Belarus 21–18 19–21 21–13 21–15   82–67 Report
16 Jun 20:30 Turkey  3–1  Israel 21–13 21–16 15–21 21–14   78–64 Report

Leg 2[edit]

The tournament was played at Metrowest Sport Palace, Ra'anana, Israel.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
21 Jun 17:00 Israel  3–2  Croatia 18–21 15–21 21–15 24–22 15–10 93–89 Report
21 Jun 19:30 Belarus  3–2  Turkey 21–11 13–21 21–14 17–21 15–11 87–78 Report
22 Jun 17:00 Croatia  1–3  Belarus 18–21 21–19 19–21 18–21   76–82 Report
22 Jun 19:30 Turkey  3–0  Israel 22–20 22–20 21–18     65–58 Report
23 Jun 17:00 Croatia  3–1  Turkey 19–21 21–14 21–13 21–10   82–58 Report
23 Jun 19:30 Israel  3–1  Belarus 22–24 21–17 21–14 21–17   85–72 Report

Leg 3[edit]

The tournament was played in Cengiz Göllü Volleyball Hall, Bursa, Turkey.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
28 Jun 15:00 Croatia  3–0  Turkey 25–23 21–15 21–13     67–51 Report
28 Jun 17:30 Israel  1–3  Belarus 21–17 17–21 21–23 14–21   73–82 Report
29 Jun 15:00 Turkey  0–3  Israel 18–21 18–21 17–21     53–63 Report
29 Jun 17:30 Belarus  1–3  Croatia 21–12 18–21 19–21 25–27   83–81 Report
30 Jun 14:30 Turkey  1–3  Belarus 22–20 18–21 15–21 17–21   72–83 Report
30 Jun 17:30 Croatia  3–1  Israel 19–21 21–11 21–12 21–15   82–59 Report

Leg 4[edit]

The tournament was played in SK Olimpiets, Mogilev, Belarus.

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
5 Jul 17:00 Croatia  3–0  Israel 25–23 21–10 21–14     67–47 Report
5 Jul 19:30 Turkey  0–3  Belarus 13–21 19–21 22–24     54–66 Report
6 Jul 17:00 Israel  3–0  Belarus 24–22 21–18 21–14     66–54 Report
6 Jul 19:30 Croatia  3–0  Turkey 25–23 21–16 21–13     67–52 Report
7 Jul 17:00 Belarus  1–3  Croatia 17–21 21–18 14–21 16–21   68–81 Report
7 Jul 19:30 Israel  0–3  Turkey 7–21 17–21 16–21     40–63 Report

Final four[edit]

The Final Four was held at the Amiral Orhan Aydın Sports Hall in Marmaris, Turkey from July 13 to 14, 2013.

Qualified teams

Bracket[edit]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
13 July
 
 
 Czech Republic0
 
14 July
 
 Belgium3
 
 Belgium3
 
13 July
 
 Croatia0
 
 Turkey2
 
 
 Croatia3
 
Third place
 
 
14 July
 
 
 Czech Republic3
 
 
 Turkey1

Semifinals[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
13 Jul 15:00 Czech Republic  0–3  Belgium 17–21 18–21 20–22     55–64 Report
13 Jul 18:00 Turkey  2–3  Croatia 15–21 21–10 17–21 21–12 12–15 86–79 Report

Third place game[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Jul 15:00 Czech Republic  3–1  Turkey 21–16 21–19 17–21 21–16   80–72 Report

Final[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Jul 18:00 Belgium  3–0  Croatia 21–14 21–14 21–13     63–41 Report

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)  Belgium
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Croatia
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Czech Republic
4  Turkey
5  Montenegro
6  Spain
7  Slovakia
8  Belarus
9  Austria
10  Israel
11  Denmark
12  Hungary
Qualified for the 2014 World League Group 2

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "EL W: Belgian ladies look forward to debut". worldofvolley.com. 12 June 2013. 
  2. ^ CEV (2013-07-14). "Belgium finishes its campaign by winning gold in Marmaris". Retrieved 2013-07-14. 

External links[edit]