Background Image
Previous Page  15 / 216 Next Page
Information
Show Menu
Previous Page 15 / 216 Next Page
Page Background

MATCH POINT DISTRIBUTION

Match won 3-0; 3-1

3 points

Match won 3-2

2 points

Match lost 2-3

1 point

Match lost 0-3; 1-3

0 point

Match forfeited

0 point (25-0, 25-0, 25-0)

Competition Formula for Finals

GROUP 1

A Final Six will be held for Group 1 from July 15 to 19 in Rio

de Janeiro, Brazil. The six participating teams will comprise

the organiser, the first two teams of Pool A & B and the

winner of the Group 2 Final Four.

If the organiser is among the qualified teams of Pool A or

B, the best ranked team from the same pool not already

qualified will be selected.

GROUP 2

A Final Four will be held in Varna, Bulgaria with four

participating teams comprising the organiser as well as the

first ranked team of Pools C, D and E.

If the organiser is among the qualified teams of Pool C, the

best ranked team from the same pool not already qualified

will be selected.

GROUP 3

A Final Four will be held in Bratislava, Slovakia comprising

the organiser and the three highest ranked teams after

the Intercontinental Round.

Squad sizes

A maximum of 14 players are allowed to play in the

matches of the 2015 FIVB World League Intercontinental

Round and Finals.

Match point distribution

The following points will be awarded per match to each team

Tie breaking criteria

Teams even on points at the end of the Intercontinental

Round will be classified according to the number of

matches they have won, sets ratio and then points ratio,

changing from the previous system of using points ratio

before sets ratio. The following tie breaking criteria will be

applied one after the other until the tie has been broken:

1

Number of matches won.

2

Sets ratio. If the tie persists after as per the number

of matches won, the teams will be classified in descending

order by the quotient resulting from the division of the

number of all sets won by the number of all sets lost.

3

Points ratio. If there is still a tie after applying the

two criteria described above, teams will be classified

in descending order by the quotient resulting from the

division of all points scored by the total of points lost

during all sets.

4

If the tie continues, the priority will be given to the

team who won the last match between them.

5

When the tie in points ratio is between three or more

teams, a new classification of these teams in the terms of

point 2 and point 3 will be made taking into account only

the matches in which they were opposed to each other.

13

FIVB VOLLEYBALL WORLD LEAGUE

MEDIA GUIDE 2015