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One More Day for Volleyball project to involve 12,000 people in Serbia

 
Serbia lead the One More Day for Volleyball project to gather and promote the sport across Europe
 
Belgrade, Serbia, February 19, 2016 – Ten days prior to the start of the One More Day for Volleyball project on February 29, a total of 121 Serbian cities and towns have registered for the event, which will be held in cooperation with Vip mobile Company, general sponsor of the Serbian Volleyball Federation; and supported by Ministry of Youth and Sport, the Serbian Sports Federation and the Serbian School Sports Federation.

The event is expected to have at least 12,000 participants by noon of February 29, to play and promote the sport across Serbia and the rest of Europe. The young and old, children and players from schools and club teams, as well as retired players will all play one-set matches on two, three or more courts to reach the symbolic 29 mark on this historic day for volleyball.

The schools and clubs that will send a report and photos from their respective events on February 29, before 20:00 local time, will receive five volleyballs from the national federation.

Similar events will be taking place across Europe as CEV have involved their 55 member federations in this project. Fans are invited to use the official hashtag #OneDayMore4Volleyball to go along with their posts, reporting on the organisation of their respective events and matches.

There are cities and towns in Serbia that have already registered to organize the event with matches to be played on public squares, in schools and indoor halls, which are listed as follows in Serbian Cyrillic alphabetical order:
 
A (4): Aleksandrovac, Aleksinac, Apatin, Aranđelovac
B (17): Bavanište, Bajina Bašta, Banatsko Novo Selo, Baroševac, Batajnica, Batočina, Bač, Bačevci, Bačka Palanka, Begaljica, Beograd, Bečej, Bojnik, Bor, Bosilegrad, Budisava, Bujanovac
V (9): Valjevo, Velika Plana, Veliko Gradište, Vladičin Han, Vlasotince, Vraneši, Vranje, Vrnjačka Banja, Vršac
G (4): Gornji Milanovac, Gračac, Grocka, Guča
D (2): Dimitrovgrad, Dolovo
Z (3): Zaječar, Zemun Polje, Zrenjanin
I (2): Ivanjica, Inđija
J (1): Jagodina
K (16): Karavukovo, Kać, Kikinda, Kisač, Kladovo, Klek, Knjaževac, Kovilj, Kovin, Konarevo, Kostolac, Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Kruševac, Kurjače, Kuršumlija
L (5): Lajkovac, Lebane, Leskovac, Loznica, Lučani
Lj (1): Ljig
M (4): Majdanpek, Mali Zvornik, Mionica, Mladenovac
N (8): Negotin, Niš, Nova Varoš, Nova Pazova, Novi Banovci, Novi Bečej, Novi Pazar, Novi Sad
O (4): Obrenovac, Obrovac, Osečina, Odžaci
P (8): Pančevo, Paraćin, Petrovac na Mlavi, Pirot, Požarevac, Požega, Prijepolje, Prokuplje,
R (2): Ravni Topolovac, Ruma
S (16): Svilajnac, Senta, Silbaš, Sirča, Smederevska Palanka, Smederevo, Sokobanja, Sombor, Sopot, Srbobran, Sremska Mitrovica, Sremski Karlovci, Stara Pazova, Stopanja, Subotica, Surdulica
T (5): Titel, Topola, Trstenik, Turija, Tutin
Ć (1): Ćuprija
U (3): Ub, Užice, Ušće




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