NEVZA U17: Two days of pool plays – teams are ready for medal matches

After two days with outstanding matches, the NEVZA U17 Volleyball teams are now ready for the medal matches. Host Denmark has managed to have both girls and boys fighting for the title.

Match schedule for the boys Wednesday the 20th of October:
09:00 Girls match for the bronze medal: Norway – Faroe Islands

11:00 Boys match for the bronze medal: Faroe Islands – Iceland

13:30 Girls match for the gold medal: Denmark – Iceland

15:30 Boys match for the gold medal: Denmark – Norway

Match comments and pictures on Facebook. Follow the matches streamed on Youtube, search for Nevza U17 2021.

U17 NEVZA Championship returns to Ikast

After almost two years without NEVZA tournaments for our youth national teams, we are excited to finally be back in Ikast, Denmark, where the U17 NEVZA Championship is taking place from October 18th-20th.

Over three days, U17 teams from Norway, Faroe Island, Iceland, and the host nation Denmark will compete in the U17 NEVZA Championship. The nations play round robin Monday and Tuesday, while the placement games will be played Wednesday.

All games will be streamed through YouTube: http://youtube.com/channel/UC5PZF5SAARlzgmjMj8s0Rag/live

Updates regarding the tournament can be found on the Facebook page NEVZA U17 Volleyball Championship

Tournament Schedule: NEVZA U17 (G=Girls, B=Boys)
18/10 09:00 NOR – FAR  G
18/10 11:00 DEN – ISL  G
18/10 13:00 DEN – ISL  B
18/10 15:00 NOR – FAR  B
18/10 17:00 ISL – FAR  G
18/10 19:00 DEN – NOR  G

19/10 09:00 FAR – ISL  B
19/10 11:00 DEN – NOR  B
19/10 13:00 DEN – FAR  G
19/10 15:00 NOR – ISL  G
19/10 17:00 NOR –  ISL  B
19/10 19:00 DEN – FAR  B

20/10 09:00 G3 – G4 3. pl
20/10 11:00 B3 – B4 3. pl
20/10 13:30 G1 – G2 1. pl
20/10 15:30 B1 – B2 1. pl

NEVZA post-pandemic restart

The pandemic may still be there, but life start getting back in and between the NEVZA countries. A physical General Assembly was held in Katowice on September 17th and under-age volleyball tournaments will be arranged in October.

The NEVZA General Assembly 2021 was held in Katowice prior to the CEV Congress and the finals in EuroVolley Men. It was the first physical meeting for more than two years. All participating countries were very enthusiastic to come back after the pandemic. The meeting was presided by NEVZA President and CEV board member Lennart Neovius in pair with NEVZA General Secretary Jussi Jokinen.
CEV board members Eric Adler, DEN, and Michel Everaert, NED, were also participating in the meeting and contributed to the discussions. The upcoming events in the three disciplines was discussed, the two under-age volleyball starting this autumn. A special start-up deposit of 2,500 EUR was decided in order to encourage the members to participate in as many competitions as possible.
Lennart Neovius and Jussi Jokinen were re-elected for the coming two years.

After a long period with closed borders in the NEVZA countries, the first volleyball tournaments will now be played. First of all, four teams in age-group U17 boys and girls will compete in Ikast, Denmark. The host, Norway, Faroe Islands and Island will show their skills during three days, 18th-20th October.
Match schedule (G=girls, B=boys):
18/10 09:00 NOR – FAR G, 11:00 DEN – ISL G, 13:00 DEN – ISL B, 15:00 NOR – FAR B, 17:00 ISL – FAR G, 19:00 DEN – NOR G
19/10 09:00 FAR – ISL B, 11:00 DEN – NOR B, 13:00 DEN – FAR G, 15:00 NOR – ISL G, 17:00 NOR – ISL B, 19:00 DEN – FAR B
20/10 09:00 3rd place G, 11:00 3rd place B, 13:30 Final G, 15:30 Final B

The second post-pandemic tournament is the under-age U19 volleyball competition in Rovaniemi, Finland on October 29th-31st. As per today, all NEVZA members will participate in the girls’ tournament, and all but GRL in the boys’ tournament. So it will be a tough match schedule in during the three days of competition. Match schedule is still to be decided.

Moving on into 2022, we look forward to see the Nations Champions Cup in a new format, a beach volleyball tour and under-age tournaments, and homologated snow volleyball national championships leading to participation in the EuroVolley. Several other initiatives are in the planning phase, therefore we can look forward to an interesting volleyball year withing NEVZA and Europe.

NEVZA Under 19 Championships in Kettering ENG

Sunday saw the climax of a brilliant three days of volleyball as the National Volleyball Centre (NVC) hosted the NEVZA Under 19 Championships.

Teams came from Denmark, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Norway and Sweden to compete and superb peformances from the England teams capped an excellent tournament.

Sweden took gold in the men’s tournament, while Denmark took the women’s title. Both finals were classics as the winning teams recovered from two sets down to take the glory.

England meanwhile achieved a brilliant bronze in the men’s draw, while the women fell agonisingly short of a medal as they put on a superb performance.

This year was the second consecutive year the NVC has hosted made a great success of hosting the NEVZA Under 19 championships. An army of volunteers gave up their time to help and without them it wouldn’t have been such an excellent event.

See Nevza Super Sevens teams here

And here you can find the results and statistics from this tournament

Dream Team´s Nevza U17 in Ikast Denmark

Dream Team Boy´s at U17 Nevza Championships in Ikast Denmark 2017

Dream Team Girl´s at U17 Nevza Championships in Ikast Denmark 2017

 

Here you can find all results

NEVZA Club Championships – NCC

Nevza Beach in Göteborg