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Match Overview

While it is only the fourth European Championship for Switzerland, Germany has appeared at every EuroVolley. Switzerland’s most recent performance was a 14th place at the 2013 event co-hosted by these two countries.  While Germany (pictured) finished with the Silver medals, SUI did not win a single match. The last time these two teams played each other was in 1971 and ended in a 3-0 win for Germany.

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 14

KUENZLER Laura

Outside spiker

1

LENGWEILER Julie

Outside spiker

3

ZAUGG Livia

Outside spiker

4

SCHOTTROFF Gabi

Middle blocker

5

DEPRATI Thays

Libero

6

MATTER Madlaina

Middle blocker

7

PIERRET Méline

Setter

8

STORCK Maja

Opposite

9

BRUNNER Sarina

Outside spiker

10

SULSER Samira

Middle blocker

11

TROESCH Sarah

Setter

13

STAFFELBACH Xenia

Middle blocker

20

WASSNER Olivia

Setter

21

ENGEL Mathilde

Libero

27452

LIPPUNER Timothy

Head Coach

Player profile

LIPPUNER Timothy

Head Coach

5562

STROHM Frieder

Assistant Coach

Player profile

STROHM Frieder

Assistant Coach

43981

SCHREIER Jürgen

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

SCHREIER Jürgen

Assistant Coach 2

Team Statistics

SWITZERLAND

Overview

GERMANY

Player Statistics

Match Report

Straight-sets victory for Germany against Switzerland

Article

Despite the resilient effort, Germany was too strong for Switzerland in the opening match in Bratislava Group D. Outsider´s performance went higher and higher set by set, but it wasn´t enough for making single one for Timo Lippuner´s team, Germany made straight-sets victory in 71 minutes. It was the clash of two teams that co-hosted 2013 European Championship: Germany won the silver medal, whilst Switzerland didn't find the glory. The two teams played each other last times in 1971, Germany won with the same result: 3-0.

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The match in numbers

96
Points

The combined total number of points scored by both teams throughout the entire match.

71
Duration

The total length of the match, from the first serve through until the last point has ended.

450
Spectators

Total number of people in attendance at the venue – taken at the end of the second set.

186
Match Spikes

The combined total number of successful spikes achieved by both teams throughout the entire match.

44%
Reception Level

An average of the two team service reception percentages from the complete match.

5-4
Net Domination

The number of successful point winning blocks of SWITZERLAND compared to GERMANY.

5-8
Ace Count

SWITZERLAND number of service aces compared to GERMANY

35-34
Error Difference

Errors leading to points of SWITZERLAND, next to those from GERMANY

Day 1 Recap

Play

“There was not anything perfect on our game, but it´s still the first game in championship and we are glad to win. It will be long competition, we left some space to improve small things we will do it in the future. The stadium is very nice.”

Felix Koslowski
Germany Coach

“It was typical first match. Little bit nervous at the beginning, but I think than we played our game. In the end we are happy with victory. I really liked the atmosphere here.”

Denise Hanke
Germany captain
Germany stand together during their straight sets win over neighbours Switzerland

“I am satisfied with the presentation of the team. We are young team, first time here and we had a chance to compete with Germany. We are not on the same level, but we did not give them so many presents on the board. Off course, when you lose the game, you never satisfied completely.”

Timo Lippuner
Switzerland Coach

“We start very good with lot of positive energy we could use in the whole game. We are satisfied with our performance.”

Laura Kuenzler
Switzerland Captain