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Men's World Championship first round calendar available for download

 
 

Lausanne, Switzerland, February 3, 2014 – Volleyball fans can keep on top of their favourite teams in the first round of the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship Poland 2014 with the calendar that is now available for download. 

The action starts on August 30 when Poland will host Serbia at Warsaw's National Stadium for the opening match of the tournament.

Current world champions, Brazil will begin the bid for their fourth successive World Championship title on September 1 when they take on Germany in a pool B match in Katowice. Olympic champions and 2013 World League winners, Russia will also play their first match on the same day in Gdansk, against the NORCECA representative in Group C.

Specific match times will be confirmed at a later date while the NORCECA and CAVB teams will be determined once their respective qualification processes are complete with the highest qualified teams from those confederations in the world rankings filling the vacancies.

Click here to download the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship Poland 2014 first round calendar


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FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship Poland 2014 Round One calendar confirmed

Other FIVB calendars available for download include:

2014 FIVB Volleyball Calendar
2014 Beach Volleyball Calendar







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