Trento, 30 April 2024

Towards the 2024 CEV Champions League Final: all the Club numbers in the competitions

The countdown is ticking down to the 2024 CEV Champions League Final for Trentino Volley. On Sunday in Antalya (Turkey) the yellow-blue club will in fact play for the seventh time the match that awards the highest continental trophy, already won on three occasions.
The match on 5 May at the Sports Hall against the Polish Jastrzebski Wegiel team will mark the eighteenth time the club has taken part in a CEV competition, also taking into account the twelve previous appearances in the Champions League (six consecutive between 2008 and 2014 and then also those in 2016, 2018, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023), four in the CEV Cup (2005, 2015, 2017, 2019, with a victory in the last edition) and one in the Top Teams Cup (2005).
The album of memories linked to the CEV Champions League is full of truly epic pages: The first is the one linked to the evening of 5 April 2009 in Prague, when, against Iraklis Thessaloniki, the yellow-blue team won 3-1, conquering the title after overcoming Macerata in the semifinals in the tricolour derby and concluding the tournament with a clear path (12 victories on 12 matches played); The second was on 2 May 2010 and the clean sweep over Dinamo Moscow at the Atlas Arena in Lodz, while the third, absolutely unforgettable, was on 27 March 2011 and the 3-1 victory over Kazan in the final at the PalaOnda in Bolzano. That one in South Tyrol was the last final in the tournament won; then there was space for the silver medal in Poland in 2016, in Verona in 2021 and in Ljubljana in 2022; in the archives also a
third place, related to the 2012 edition.

Below is the STATISTICAL DETAIL of Trentino Volleyball in the CEV Champions League:
Matches played: 133 (61 home, 72 away)
Wins: 103 (52 home, 51 away)
Losses: 30 (9 home, 21 away)
Wins 3-0: 61 (38 home, 23 away)
Wins 3-1: 31 (10 home, 21 away)
Wins 3-2: 11 (4 home, 7 away)
Losses 3-2: 17 (6 home and 11 away)
Losses 3-1: 5 (5 away)
Losses 3-0: 8 (2 home, 6 away)
Sets won: 348
Sets lost: 143
Longest winning streak: 15 consecutive wins between November 2008 and December 2009
Longest-running player: Matey Kaziyski (71 matches out of a total of 133 played)
Shortest match: Trentino Itas-As Cannes Dragons 3-0 on 13 January 2022 (58' minutes)
The longest match: Trentino Itas-Sir Sicoma Monini Perugia on 7 April 2022 (147' minutes)
Trentino Volley's opponents in the CEV Champions League: 5 Polish teams (Belchatow, Czestochowa, Jastrzebski, Kedzierzyn-Kozle and Rzeszow); 4 Russian (Belgorod, Kazan, Novosibirsk and Moscow), 4 French (Beauvais, Cannes, Chaumont and Tours); 4 Belgian (Roeselare, Maaseik, Menen and Lennik), 3 Greek (Olympiacos, Paok and Iraklis) and 3 Serbian (Novi Sad, Red Star and Partizan Belgrade); 2 Czech (Budejovice and Karlovarsko), 2 Italian (Civitanova and Perugia), 2 Spanish (Mallorca and Teruel), 2 German (Berlin, Friedrichshafen) 2 Turkish (Fenerbahce and Izmir) and 2 Swiss (Amriswil and Lugano); 1 Austrian (Vienna), 1 English (London), 1 Romanian (Zalau), 1 Slovenian (Bled).
Trentino Volley's away matches in the CEV Champions League: 12 trips to Poland (Czestochowa, Kraków, five times Kedzierzyn-Kozle, three times Lodz, twice Rzeszow); 9 to Italy (three times Perugia, three times Civitanova, once Bolzano, Macerata and Verona); 7 to Belgium (Roeselare and six times Maaseik); 6 to France (Beauvais, Cannes, Reims and three times Tours) and Germany (twice Friedrichshafen and four times Berlin); 4 in the Czech Republic (Prague, Karlovy Vary, twice Ceske Budejovice) Russia (twice Belgorod and twice Moscow) and Turkey (twice Izmir and twice Istanbul); 3 in Slovenia (Ljubljana); 2 in Spain (Palma de Mallorca and Teruel), Serbia (twice Belgrade), Greece (Athens and Thessaloniki) and Switzerland (Amriswil and Lugano); 1 in Austria (Vienna) and Romania (Zalau).

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