First RefereeAleksandar VINALIEVBULSecond RefereeChantal KAISERFRA
Kolodruma is the biggest multifunctional complex in Plovdiv, famous with modern architecture and impressive atmosphere. The hall is unique not only being the only covered Olympic-sized cycling track in the Balkans, but also for being able to host 22 sports at the highest level. Kolodruma has also a hall for warm up trainings, press center, locker rooms, coach rooms, LED screens, underground and grand parking for 438 cars. The Arena is connected to four boulevards so getting there is easy. Capacity: 6100
How To Attend
Naycho Tsanov Blvd., PLOVDIV, 4000 Capacity: 6100
City bus lines that have stops near the arena: 4, 10, 17, 99 PLOVDIV AIRPORT – distance to the hall is 12.2 km, cca. 15 min by car. There’s no public transportation from the airport. SOFIA AIRPORT – distance to the hall by car using highway A1 is 151 km and takes around 1 hour 40 minutes. Get directions
Katarzyna grew up in Świecie. In primary school, she trained handball for 2 years, but when the female section was dissolved, the coaches persuaded her to try volleyball. Her greatest achievements so far are the 2x championship of the 1st league & promotion to the Tauron Liga. As well as being called up to the Polish senior national team. She likes to ride her bike, do puzzles & read books.
· Poland and Ukraine have met five times at the European Championships. Poland won three and Ukraine won two.
· Poland won both of their last two European Championships matches against Ukraine by a 3-1 scoreline: in the group stage in 2003 and 2019.
· Both of Ukraine's European Championships victories versus Poland were in a deciding set: in the group stage in 1995 and 2001.
· The only European Championships match between these nations to be decided in straight sets was a victory for Poland in 1997 (fifth to eighth qualifying round).
· Poland finished in the top eight at only two of the last four European Championships, directly following eight consecutive editions when they finished in the top eight.
· Poland progressed to the knockout stage as runners-up in Pool B. They won each of their opening four games before a 3-1 defeat against group winners Bulgaria.
· Poland defeated Spain in straight sets in the round of last 16 at the 2019 European Championships.
· Poland won 11 of their last 13 European Championships matches that went to a deciding set.
· Ukraine did not finish in the top eight in any of their last four appearances at the European Championships. This run stretches back to when they were fourth in 2001.
· Ukraine progressed to the knockout stage after finishing third in Pool D. They lost both of their opening two games in straight sets to the Netherlands and Turkey before a run of three consecutive victories (against Finland, Sweden and Romania).
· Ukraine have won three consecutive European Championships matches for the first time since 1995. They have had one longer winning streak at the event: five in 1993 (their first five European Championships matches).
· Ukraine have not won a match at the European Championships after losing the opening set since a 3-1 victory against Latvia in 1997 (when sets were played to 15 points).
Addressul. Puławska 383 WARSAW
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On both sides of the net - warming up
Poland time out
Poland team huddle
Magdalena Stysiak (POL) moments before recording a block
Vladimir Orlov, head coach of Ukraine, giving instructions
Ukraine's libero, Krystyna Niemtseva in action
Zuzanna Efimienko of POL ready to serve
Poland team huddle
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The match in numbers
The combined total number of points scored by both teams throughout the entire match.
The total length of the match, from the first serve through until the last point has ended.
Total number of people in attendance at the venue – taken at the end of the second set.
The combined total number of successful spikes achieved by both teams throughout the entire match.
An average of the two team service reception percentages from the complete match.
The number of successful point winning blocks of POLAND compared to UKRAINE.
POLAND number of service aces compared to UKRAINE
Errors leading to points of POLAND, next to those from UKRAINE