Tuesday, May 30, 2023

This is how the Volleyball Nations League will be played

The Argentina senior men’s volleyball team competes throughout the year, beginning with the Volleyball Nations League (VNL).

The Volleyball Nations League (VNL), the tournament that brings together the best volleyball teams in the world, announced the calendar for the 2023 season. And Argentina’s men’s team, bronze, will be present at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

The VNL will begin for Argentina on June 6, 2023 with a group stage where 16 teams will participate in the women’s section and another 16 in the men’s section. Each will play 12 games over three weeks, with the best seven qualifying for the final as the hosts.

Argentina will make their first tour debut against defending world champions Italy on Tuesday, June 6 at 5:30 p.m. They then face Brazil on 6/8 at 9:00 PM; local against Canada on 9/6 at 9:00 p.m.; and Sunday 11/6, at 12 noon, against the Netherlands (our country time in all respects).

Argentina has participated in all the editions of this prestigious tournament, though so far they have not qualified for that final stage. His best result was seventh place in 2019, but on that occasion he did not get a direct entry to the title match

The group stage of the Volleyball Nations League will be divided into three sessions from June 6 to July 9, 2023. Argentina will play its first four matches in Ottawa (Canada); the other four in Orléans (France); and four more in Anaheim (USA).

The final stage will be held in Gdańsk (Poland), so if Argentina finishes in the top seven or eighth, but the Polish team is in the top eight, they will play the quarter-finals.

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