The CEV Women’s European Volleyball Championship is returning for its 33rd chapter in 2023, all under the European Volleyball Confederation. Marking its third consecutive year, the championship will be held in four distinct nations: Belgium, Estonia, Germany, and Italy. Belgium is set to battle it out in Pool A, while Italy dives into Pool B challenges. Meanwhile, Germany enters the fray in Pool C and Estonia gears up to take on opponents in Pool D. This pool arrangement is in such a way that it prevents tournament winner and runner-up Italy and Serbia from meeting in the early stages. On August 17, 2023, Hungary will lock horns with Belgium in a group match at the CEV Women’s European Volleyball Championship 2023.
Hungary vs Belgium, CEV Women’s EuroVolley 2023: Squads of both teams
Gréta Szakmáry (Outside Spiker), Fruzsina Tóth (Libero), Fanni Bagyinka (Setter), Alíz Kump (Middle Blocker), Fanny Fábián (Setter), Kata Török (Outside Spiker), Eszter Anna Nacsa-Pekárik (Middle Blocker), Dalma Juhár (Libero), Kinga Szűcs (Outside Spiker), Orsolya Papp (Middle Blocker), Réka Szedmák (Opposite), Anett Németh (Opposite), Zsofia Gyimes (Middle Blocker), Hanna Bodovics (Middle Blocker), Panni Petőváry (Opposite), Anna Szalai (Libero), Andrea Pintér (Middle Blocker), Ágnes Boskó (Setter), Petra Kertész (Libero), Alexandra Lászlop (Middle Blocker), Zsófia Kilyénfalvi (Middle Blocker), Bianka Evelin Orosz (Middle Blocker), Alessandro Chiappini (Head Coach), Adrian Chyliński (Assistant Coach), Fanni Boglárka Nagy (Assistant Coach 2).
Elise Van Sas (Setter), Britt Herbots (Outside Spiker), Nathalie Lemmens (Middle Blocker), Helena Gilson (Outside Spiker), Celine Van Gestel (Outside Spiker), Kaja Grobelna (Opposite), Nel Demeyer (Libero), Pauline Martin (Opposite), Anke Waelkens (Middle Blocker), Charlotte Krenicky (Setter), Marlies Janssens (Middle Blocker), Laura Meynckens (Opposite), Jutta Van De Vyver (Setter), Laure Flament (Outside Spiker), Kaat Cos (Outside Spiker), Britt Rampelberg (Libero), Silke Van Avermaet (Middle Blocker), Marie Lambrix (Libero), Manon Stragier (Outside Spiker), Anna Koulberg (Middle Blocker), Noor Debouck (Libero), Sara De Donder (Setter), Nikita De Paepe (Opposite), Lara Nagels (Setter), Kris Vansnick (Head Coach), Paul Sens (Assistant Coach), Alper Hamerucu (Assistant Coach 2).
What is the schedule for the CEV Women’s EuroVolley 2023?
|Schedule (17.8.2023)||Timings (All the timings are in Indian Standard Time|
|Finland vs Slovakia||19:30|
|Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Bulgaria||21:30|
|Netherlands vs Spain||22:30|
|Greece vs Germany||23:30|
|Hungary vs Belgium||23:30|
When is the CEV Women’s European Volleyball Championship 2023 scheduled from?
The CEV Women’s European Volleyball Championship 2023 is scheduled to be held from August 15 to September 3, 2023.
How to watch the Women’s European Volleyball Championship 2023?
The LIVE Streaming of the competition will be available on Eurovolley.tv. The CEV has the exclusive rights for the Women’s European Volleyball Championship 2023. One can also watch the championship on the YouTube channel of European Volleyball.
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