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Overview

While both teams have participated at the 2013 EuroVolley, they have never played each other during any of Switzerland’s participations in 1967, 1971 and 2013. Belarus has recorded their best performance during the last EuroVolley in 2017, a 7th place. Switzerland’s (pictured) best finish was a 12th place in 1971.

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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

BELARUS

Player Statistics

Match Report

First success for Switzerland in this EuroVolley

Article

The clash of two teams, who both suffered four defeats in the previous games, starts better for Belarus. Piotr Khilko´s players dominated in the end of the first set and it looked like everything will go their way. But Switzerland improved their defence and after levelling the game they gained confidence. It helped them a lot in a dramatic third set. Belarus players turned around three set-points and then came one for them, but they wasted it and Switzerland secured the next one for an important lead 2-1.
Belarus tried to raise the head, but resilient Switzerland did not take a chance from their hands.

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The match in numbers

147
Points

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

103
Duration

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

2900
Spectators

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

275
Match Spikes

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

33%
Reception Level

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

13-9
Net Domination

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

7-7
Ace Count

SWITZERLAND number of service aces compared to BELARUS

40-46
Error Difference

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

Day 7 Recap

Play

“The last attempt was the best. I have great feeling, especially for the girls. The development of the team still went up. We learned from the last game. Also the luck was today on our side. I am so happy. In the first set we could not get them under pressure with our serves, but we changed it from the second set.”

Timo Lippuner
Switzerland Coach
Switzerland players celebrating together

“We have been playing great in Golden European league, claimed bronze medals. We came to Bratislava with courage plans, but unfortunately we have not been successful. We tried to do our best, but we did not play as team. We had to improve, we could see during other games here.”

Hana Klimets
Belarus opposite