Baku, December 6, AZERTAC
In 2025, Romania will welcome CEV EuroVolley Men matches for the first time since 1963, according to the official website of the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV).
That year, Romania hosted both the men’s and women’s competitions – eventually seizing gold in the men’s tournament, which remains the best result achieved by this country on the international stage to this day – together with a bronze medal won by the men’s national team at the 1980 Olympics in Moscow.
Most recently, Romania qualified for EuroVolley in 2019 – doing so for the first time since 1995 – and achieved the same feat earlier this summer in the qualifiers for the 2023 edition, finishing first in Pool G on a record of five wins and one loss only. Moreover, Romania won the European Silver League title in 2022, which is further testament to the continuous growth of their men’s national team over the past few years.
The news that CEV EuroVolley 2025 will be taking place in Romania will certainly galvanise the local Volleyball community and capitalise on the success of last year’s EuroVolley Women matches held in Cluj-Napoca. Moreover, only a few days ago, the CEV confirmed that Romania’s third-largest city, Timisoara, would be hosting the 2023 edition of #EuroBeachVolleyU22. All of this speaks for the increasingly relevant role that Romanian Volleyball is playing on the European stage – thus living up to the legacy from the ‘golden era’ that the country experienced in the 50s and 60s, when Romania was a real Volleyball powerhouse.
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