The Women’s Volleyball Nations League reached the final stage of this Wednesday (13)

The Women's Volleyball Nations League reached the final stage of this Wednesday (13)
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The Women’s Volleyball Nations League reaches the final stage in Turkey and Sportv2 showcases all the decisive struggles of the competition. The Brazilian team qualified for the quarterfinals, second only to the United States, and is still looking for a place in the tournament’s decision. This Wednesday (13) at 9 a.m., Brazil will face Japan, with narration from Jader Rocha and comments from Fabi and Nalbert.

The broadcast begins with a special pre-game at 8:15 a.m., commemorating the campaign of Jose Roberto Guimaraes’ team in the first leg. Also on Wednesday, for the quarter-finals, the channel shows the confrontation between the United States and Serbia at 12:30, with narration by Rembrandt Jr. and comments by Marco Freitas.

Italy will face China on Thursday (14), starting at 9 a.m., with narration by Rosario Correa and comments by Fabi. Then, starting at 12:30, Turkey x Thailand decides another spot in a game with narration by Vinicius Rodrigues and comments by Marco Freitas.

The semi-finals are already scheduled for Saturday, July 16 at 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., along with a third-place dispute and the final, which will take place the following day, at 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., respectively, with the transmission of sportv2.

League of Nations – Quarter Finals

Women’s Competition:
7/13
9 am – Brazil Vs Japan – sportv2
12:30 – USA vs. Serbia – sportv2

7/14
9 am – Italy vs China – sportv2
12:30 pm – Turkey Vs Thailand – sportv2

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