Match: Serbia Women vs Canada Women Volleyball Match
Date: 25 September,2022
Time: 23:30 IST
Live Score: 0-0
Venue: Poland and Netherlands
Tournament: FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship 2022
Where & How To Watch Live Streaming of FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship 2022
Volleyball fans from all around the world can watch live streaming of Women’s Volleyball World Championship 2022 on Volleyball TV (V TV). You’ll need a Premium subscription to watch the tournament, with the monthly plan costing $7.99, and the yearly plan priced at $74.99. Volleyball fans can also stream matches live on Bet365.
About this tournament: The 2022 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship will be the 19th edition of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship. The Netherlands and Poland are dual hosts for the event this year. In the first round, the 24 teams are spread across four pools of six teams playing in a round-robin system.
Pool A – Netherlands, Italy, Belgium, Puerto Rico, Cameroon, Kenya
Pool B – Poland, Turkey, Dominican Republic, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Croatia
Pool C – United States, Serbia, Germany, Bulgaria, Canada, Kazakhstan
Pool D – Brazil, People’s Republic of China, Japan, Colombia, Argentina, Czech Republic
The top four teams from each pool advance to the second round. In the second round, the 16 teams are allocated in two pools of eight teams. Once again a round-robin system is used in each pool, teams coming from the same first round pool (therefore already played each other) only play against opponents from a different first round pool. The second round standings takes into account the points scored by each team in the first and second rounds. The top four teams of each group will access the final round. The top four teams of each pool play in quarterfinals. The winners advance to semifinals. The semifinals winners advance to compete for the World Championship title. The losers face each other in the third place match.
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