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2001 Men's European Volleyball Championship

 

2001 Men's European Volleyball Championship

The 2001 Men's European Volleyball Championship was the 22nd edition of the event, organized by Europe's governing volleyball body, the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball. It was hosted in Ostrava, Czech Republic from September 8 to September 16, 2001.

Qualification

The number one to six from the 1999 edition of the Men's European Volleyball Championship — Italy, Yugoslavia, Russia, France, Czech Republic (also host) and the Netherlands — were automatically qualified for the 2001 edition. The other teams had to qualify in the previous year.

Teams

Squads

Preliminary round

Group A

Team Points G W L PW PL Ratio SW SL Ratio
1. Czech Republic 9 5 4 1 418 367 1.139 13 5 2.600
2. Russia 9 5 4 1 427 362 1.180 12 6 2.000
3. Netherlands 8 5 3 2 441 401 1.100 12 7 1.714
4. Bulgaria 8 5 3 2 431 435 0.991 11 9 1.222
5. Slovakia 6 5 1 4 393 452 0.869 5 14 0.357
6. Slovenia 5 5 0 5 339 428 0.792 3 15 0.200
  • September 8
0-3 Netherlands 20-25 21-25 29-31
1-3 Czech Republic 15-25 25-21 17-25 12-25
3-1 Bulgaria 25-13 25-13 20-25 25-18
  • September 9
3-1 Czech Republic 25-15 25-17 19-25 25-20
1-3 Russia 25-20 19-25 20-25 17-25
3-0 Slovenia 25-21 25-15 25-20
  • September 10
3-1 Netherlands 24-26 25-22 25-20 25-17
3-1 Bulgaria 25-22 25-20 20-25 25-20
2-3 Slovakia 25-20 21-25 22-25 25-22 13-15
  • September 12
2-3 Bulgaria 22-25 25-23 25-17 23-25 13-15
0-3 Czech Republic 19-25 23-25 12-25
3-0 Slovenia 25-17 25-14 25-21
  • September 13
3-1 Slovakia 20-25 25-15 25-21 25-20
3-0 Russia 25-19 25-21 25-23
0-3 Netherlands 20-25 16-25 20-25

Group B

Team Points G W L PW PL Ratio SW SL Ratio
1. Yugoslavia 9 5 4 1 473 412 1.148 14 6 2.333
2. Italy 8 5 3 2 436 383 1.138 11 7 1.571
3. France 8 5 3 2 492 481 1.023 13 9 1.444
4. Poland 8 5 3 2 437 434 1.007 9 10 0.900
5. Hungary 6 5 1 4 361 418 0.864 5 12 0.417
6. Germany 6 5 1 4 407 478 0.851 6 14 0.429
  • September 8
2-3 Yugoslavia 18-25 21-25 27-25 25-23 13-15
0-3 Italy 23-25 14-25 13-25
1-3 Poland 25-21 29-31 15-25 14-25
  • September 9
3-0 Hungary 27-25 25-18 25-21
3-1 Germany 25-14 25-16 23-25 25-16
3-0 Poland 25-19 25-14 25-22
  • September 10
1-3 France 20-25 25-20 16-25 24-26
1-3 Yugoslavia 29-27 18-25 17-25 19-25
0-3 Italy 21-25 32-34 21-25
  • September 12
3-0 Germany 26-24 25-21 25-22
3-0 Italy 25-21 25-23 27-25
2-3 Poland 25-23 17-25 25-19 25-27 12-15
  • September 13
3-2 Yugoslavia 19-25 25-21 17-25 25-23 15-12
3-1 Hungary 25-15 20-25 27-25 25-23
2-3 France 21-25 25-21 22-25 25-21 17-19

Final round

Semi Finals Final
2001-09-15 – Ostrava
 Italy  3  
 Czech Republic  0  
 
2001-09-16 – Ostrava
     Yugoslavia  3
   Italy  0
3rd place
2001-09-15 – Ostrava 2001-09-16 – Ostrava
 Russia  0  Russia  3
 Yugoslavia  3    Czech Republic  2
  • September 15
0-3 Italy 22-25 27-29 09-25
0-3 Yugoslavia 20-25 17-25 27-29
  • September 16
2-3 Russia 25-18 15-25 25-21 22-25 12-15
0-3 Yugoslavia 21-25 18-25 20-25




5-8th place 5th place
2001-09-15 – Ostrava
 Netherlands  1  
 Poland  3  
 
2001-09-16 – Ostrava
     Poland  3
   Bulgaria  2
7th place
2001-09-15 – Ostrava 2001-09-16 – Ostrava
 Bulgaria  3  Netherlands  1
 France  1    France  3
  • September 15
1-3 Poland 21-25 25-21 21-25 25-27
3-1 France 24-26 26-24 30-28 25-16
  • September 16
1-3 France 18-25 25-18 22-25 24-26
3-2 Bulgaria 25-27 27-25 25-21 22-25 15-11



Final ranking

Individual awards

References

  • CEV Results
  • Czech Results
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