2014 Men's U20 Volleyball European Championship

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2014 CEV U20 Volleyball European Championship
Official website
cev.lu
Tournament details
Host nation  Slovakia/ Czech Republic
Dates August 29 to September 06
Teams 12
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  Russia (18th title)
MVP  Pavel Pankov (RUS)
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The 2014 CEV U20 Volleyball European Championship was the 24th edition of the Men's Junior European Volleyball Championship, organised by Europe's governing volleyball body, the CEV. It was held in Nitra and Brno from 29 August to 6 September 2014.

Russia won their 18th title in the tournament by defeating Poland.[1] Pavel Pankov was elected the Most Valuable Player.[2]

Participating teams[edit]

Venues[edit]

Pool I Pool II and Final round
Slovakia Nitra, Slovakia Czech Republic Brno, Czech Republic
City Hall Sportovní hala Vodova
Capacity: Capacity: 3,000
City gym Vodova sideview.jpg

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the Semifinals
Qualified for the 5th–8th Semifinals

Pool I[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Russia 13 4 1 14 3 4.667 405 305 1.328
2  France 11 4 1 12 5 2.400 364 315 1.156
3  Italy 11 4 1 14 7 2.000 469 414 1.133
4  Serbia 5 2 3 6 12 0.500 369 423 0.872
5  Bulgaria 4 1 4 6 12 0.500 370 415 0.892
6  Slovakia 1 0 5 2 15 0.133 297 402 0.739
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
29 Aug 15:00 Russia  3–0  France 25–14 25–13 25–15     75–42 Report
29 Aug 17:30 Slovakia  0–3  Bulgaria 21–25 20–25 17–25     58–75 Report
29 Aug 20:00 Italy  3–0  Serbia 25–22 25–23 25–19     75–64 Report
30 Aug 15:00 Bulgaria  0–3  France 17–25 17–25 15–25     49–75 Report
30 Aug 17:30 Slovakia  0–3  Italy 15–25 16–25 16–25     41–75 Report
30 Aug 20:00 Serbia  0–3  Russia 19–25 23–25 17–25     59–75 Report
31 Aug 15:00 Italy  3–2  Bulgaria 20–25 25–23 21–25 25–15 15–13 106–101 Report
31 Aug 17:30 Russia  3–0  Slovakia 25–11 25–19 25–14     75–44 Report
31 Aug 20:00 France  3–0  Serbia 25–8 25–19 25–16     75–43 Report
2 Sep 15:00 Italy  3–2  Russia 25–22 23–25 22–25 25–20 15–13 110–105 Report
2 Sep 17:30 Slovakia  0–3  France 18–25 16–25 11–25     45–75 Report
2 Sep 20:00 Bulgaria  1–3  Serbia 25–23 21–25 26–28 23–25   95–101 Report
3 Sep 15:00 France  3–2  Italy 12–25 25–22 20–25 25–22 15–9 97–103 Report
3 Sep 17:30 Russia  3–0  Bulgaria 25–14 25–19 25–17     75–50 Report
3 Sep 20:00 Serbia  3–2  Slovakia 25–20 25–20 23–25 14–25 15–13 102–103 Report

Pool II[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Poland 14 5 0 15 3 5.000 448 348 1.287
2  Slovenia 8 3 2 10 9 1.111 417 422 0.988
3  Czech Republic 8 2 3 10 9 1.111 428 413 1.036
4  Turkey 8 2 3 12 11 1.091 483 505 0.956
5  Romania 5 2 3 7 12 0.583 410 426 0.962
6  Belgium 2 1 4 4 14 0.286 367 429 0.855
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
29 Aug 15:00 Belgium  3–2  Turkey 25–19 25–27 25–20 22–25 15–13 112–104 Report
29 Aug 17:30 Czech Republic  2–3  Romania 25–14 20–25 13–25 25–23 12–15 95–102 Report
29 Aug 20:00 Slovenia  1–3  Poland 15–25 17–25 25–20 16–25   73–95 Report
30 Aug 15:00 Romania  0–3  Turkey 21–25 21–25 22–25     64–75 Report
30 Aug 17:30 Czech Republic  3–0  Slovenia 25–21 25–20 25–20     75–61 Report
30 Aug 20:00 Poland  3–0  Belgium 25–17 25–18 25–13     75–48 Report
31 Aug 15:00 Slovenia  3–1  Romania 26–24 25–22 23–25 25–15   99–86 Report
31 Aug 17:30 Belgium  0–3  Czech Republic 24–26 21–25 23–25     68–76 Report
31 Aug 20:00 Turkey  2–3  Poland 15–25 28–26 26–24 13–25 9–15 91–115 Report
2 Sep 15:00 Slovenia  3–0  Belgium 25–22 25–16 25–20     75–58 Report
2 Sep 17:30 Czech Republic  2–3  Turkey 19–25 25–18 25–22 23–25 13–15 105–105 Report
2 Sep 20:00 Romania  0–3  Poland 13–25 22–25 24–26     59–76 Report
3 Sep 15:00 Turkey  2–3  Slovenia 22–25 25–21 22–25 25–22 14–16 108–109 Report
3 Sep 17:30 Belgium  1–3  Romania 21–25 26–24 21–25 13–25   81–99 Report
3 Sep 20:00 Poland  3–0  Czech Republic 25–19 29–27 33–31     87–77 Report

Final round[edit]

5th–8th place[edit]

Semifinals 5th place
  Italy  3  
  Turkey  0  
 
      Italy  3
    Czech Republic  0
7th place
  Serbia  1   Turkey  3
  Czech Republic  3     Serbia  2

5th–8th semifinals[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
5 Sep 12:30 Italy  3–0  Turkey 26–24 25–22 25–20     76–66 Report
5 Sep 17:30 Serbia  1–3  Czech Republic 24–26 25–16 22–25 21–25   92–92 Report

7th place match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
6 Sep 10:00 Turkey  3–2  Serbia 25–21 29–27 22–25 23–25 15–11 114–109 Report

5th place match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
6 Sep 12:30 Italy  3–0  Czech Republic 25–14 25–14 25–22     75–50 Report

Final[edit]

Semifinals Final
  Russia  3  
  Slovenia  0  
 
      Russia  3
    Poland  0
Third place
  Poland  3   Slovenia  0
  France  1     France  3

Semifinals[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
5 Sep 15:00 Russia  3–0  Slovenia 25–19 27–25 25–14     77–58 Report
5 Sep 20:00 Poland  3–1  France 25–19 21–25 25–19 25–21   96–84 Report

3rd place match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
6 Sep 15:00 Slovenia  0–3  France 22–25 21–25 19–25     62–75 Report

Final[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
6 Sep 17:30 Russia  3–0  Poland 25–16 25–16 28–26     78–58 Report

Final standing[edit]

Individual awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Russia on top again with European U20 gold! - cev.lu - 06-09-2014
  2. ^ Pavel Pankov - MVP of the U20 European Championship - cev.lu - 06-09-2014

External links[edit]