2005 FIVB World Grand Prix


JULY 13 - 18  in Sendai, JAPAN   

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Who will be 2005 World Grand Prix champion?

The stage is set in Sendai, Japan. Six teams, five matches each. All in an effort to become World Grand Prix champion for 2005.

After three weeks of Preliminary Round action, five teams will join hosts Japan in five days of world class action. Each team playing the other in a round robin format to determine who will walk away with the premier annual women’s tournament title.

Brazil won last year in Italy but China are Olympic champions. One can’t forget Italy who are the world champions and Cuba, who are one of the hottest teams on the scene at the moment. Of course the hosts Japan will have the unbelievable support of hoards of fans to lift them to the highest level while Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, Thailand, USA, Korea and the Dominican Republic will all be striving for the “money round” and the chance to play for the honour of 2005 World Grand Prix champion.

Want to see the best women’s teams in the world play for World Grand Prix glory?

Ticket costs:
* Cost of Reserved seat (Arena seat): 6,500 Japanese Yen
* Cost of Reserved seat (Stand seat): 5,500 Japanese Yen
* Cost of Non-reserved seat for adults: 3,000 Japanese Yen
* Cost of Non-reserved seat for junior high school & high school
students: 2,000 Japanese Yen
* Cost of Non-reserved seat for elementary Scholl students: 1,500
Japanese Yen

Ticket agency: "Ticket Pia"
Phone: 0570-02-9999 (P Code number: 806-583) (Japan country code is +81)
Website: http://pia.jp/t