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2001 Women's European Volleyball Championship

The Confédération Européenne de Volleyball. It was hosted in Sofia and Varna, Bulgaria from September 22 to September 30, 2001.

Contents

  • Qualification 1
  • Teams 2
  • Squads 3
  • Preliminary round 4
    • Group A 4.1
    • Group B 4.2
  • Final round 5
  • Final ranking 6
  • References 7

Qualification

Teams

Squads

Preliminary round

Group A

Team Points G W L PW PL Ratio SW SL Ratio
1.  Russia 10 5 5 0 375 243 1.543 15 0 MAX
2.  Bulgaria 8 5 4 1 416 397 1.048 12 7 1.714
3.  Romania 8 5 3 2 376 370 1.105 10 7 1.429
4.  France 7 5 2 3 412 442 0.932 8 12 0.667
5.  Czech Republic 6 5 1 4 374 424 0.882 5 13 0.385
6.  Greece 5 5 0 5 377 454 0.830 4 15 0.267
  • Saturday September 22
France  0-3  Russia 23-25 22-25 16-25
Czech Republic  1-3  Romania 21-25 26-24 21-25 22-25
Bulgaria  3-1  Greece 21-25 25-15 25-22 25-16
  • Sunday September 23
France  3-1  Czech Republic 25-19 25-19 24-26 25-19
Russia  3-0  Greece 25-13 25-20 25-19
Romania  1-3  Bulgaria 20-25 25-16 20-25 17-25
  • Monday September 24
Czech Republic  0-3  Russia 12-25 15-25 13-25
Greece  0-3  Romania 24-26 15-25 27-29
Bulgaria  3-2  France 25-16 19-25 20-25 25-20 15-13
  • Wednesday September 26
Russia  3-0  Romania 25-17 25-13 25-10
France  3-2  Greece 16-25 25-23 24-26 25-20 15-11
Czech Republic  0-3  Bulgaria 19-25 21-25 23-25
  • Thursday September 27
Romania  3-0  France 25-21 25-15 25-12
Greece  1-3  Czech Republic 18-25 25-23 20-25 13-25
Bulgaria  0-3  Russia 22-25 16-25 12-25

Group B

Team Points G W L PW PL Ratio SW SL Ratio
1.  Italy 10 5 5 0 445 373 1.193 15 4 3.750
2.  Ukraine 8 5 3 2 455 427 1.066 11 9 1.222
3.  Netherlands 7 5 2 3 462 490 0.943 10 11 0.909
4.  Poland 7 5 2 3 405 423 0.957 9 10 0.900
5.  Croatia 7 5 2 3 241 233 0.932 7 12 0.583
6.  Germany 6 5 1 4 424 461 0.920 7 13 0.538
  • Saturday September 22
Netherlands  1-3  Germany 26-24 22-25 15-25 18-25
Italy  3-1  Poland 25-17 25-15 20-25 25-21
Ukraine  3-0  Croatia 27-25 25-16 25-16
  • Sunday September 23
Poland  3-1  Germany 19-25 25-19 26-24 25-18
Italy  3-0  Ukraine 27-25 25-21 25-15
Croatia  3-1  Netherlands 29-27 22-25 25-20 25-18
  • Monday September 24
Ukraine  3-2  Poland 25-14 19-25 23-25 25-16 15-11
Netherlands  2-3  Italy 25-20 25-17 24-26 16-25 11-15
Germany  2-3  Croatia 30-28 20-25 11-25 25-20 12-15
  • Wednesday September 26
Ukraine  2-3  Netherlands 25-20 20-25 29-31 25-22 14-16
Italy  3-0  Germany 25-19 25-19 25-17
Poland  3-0  Croatia 25-15 30-28 25-18
  • Thursday September 27
Germany  1-3  Ukraine 23-25 25-22 19-25 21-25
Croatia  1-3  Italy 22-25 25-20 17-25 14-25
Netherlands  3-0  Poland 25-18 26-24 25-19

Final round

Semi Finals Final
2001-09-29 – Varna
  Bulgaria  0  
  Italy  3  
 
2001-09-30 – Varna
      Italy  2
    Russia  3
3rd place
2001-09-29 – Varna 2001-09-30 – Varna
  Russia  3   Bulgaria  3
  Ukraine  0     Ukraine  1
  • Saturday September 29
Bulgaria  0-3  Italy 18-25 12-25 21-25
Russia  3-0  Ukraine 25-18 25-19 25-17
  • Sunday September 30
Bulgaria  3-1  Ukraine 25-23 22-25 25-21 25-21

Italy  2-3  Russia 25-21 23-25 23-25 25-18 6-15


5-8th place 5th place
2001-09-29 – Varna
  France  2  
  Netherlands  3  
 
2001-09-30 – Varna
      Netherlands  3
    Poland  2
7th place
2001-09-29 – Varna 2001-09-30 – Varna
  Romania  0   France  1
  Poland  3     Romania  3
  • Saturday September 29
France  2-3  Netherlands 26-24 23-25 25-27 25-21 11-15
Romania  0-3  Poland 20-25 22-25 21-25
  • Sunday September 30
France  1-3  Romania 18-25 25-22 19-25 23-25

Netherlands  3-2  Poland 25-22 22-25 25-19 21-25 15-9

Final ranking

References

  • CEV Results
  • Volley
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