First RefereeAndrea PUECHERITASecond RefereeAlexey PASHKEVICHRUS
Štark Arena is the largest sports hall in Belgrade with a universal hall for all sports events: basketball, handball, volleyball, tennis and athletics. When needed, it can be turned into an ice hall, hall for cultural events, as well as for concerts. Total surface area of the hall is 48,000 m2 and it has between 20,000 and 25,000 seats for visitors and the state-of-the-art equipment for all scheduled events. Capacity: 19394
How To Attend
Bulevar Arsenija Čarnojevica 58, BELGRADE, 11070 Capacity: 19394
City bus lines that have stops near the Arena are: 17, 18, 67, 68, 74, 88 и 601. Bus lines which are within the walking distance of Arena: 16, 65, 68, 71, 75, 94 и 95. Tram lines which have stops relatively close to the Arena: 7, 9 and 11. Get directions
She started her volleyball career at DSI Sport in Balıkesir. She was part of the Turkey U18 team, and played at the 2017 Girls' U18 EC in the Netherlands and 2017 FIVB U18 World Championship in Argentina. She participated 2017 U23 World Championship in Slovenia and won the gold medal. In senior national team she won silver medal at the 2019 in Ankara.
The first semifinal in Belgrade's "Stark Arena" will be played by the Serbian national team against Turkey. This duel was already seen in the 2019 final at EuroVolley in Ankara, when Serbia emerged as the winner. Before the match, Bianca Busa had to say: "It will certainly be difficult, they will want to take revenge on us for the defeat in Turkey. But I believe in our team and I am sure that if we play our game, everything will be as it should be. "
AddressEmniyet Mahallesi Milas Sokak, 9/A - Besevler ANKARA
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WSF-01-TURKEY vs SERBIA - Tijana BOSKOVIC spiking
WSF-01-TURKEY vs SERBIA - Turkey's Ebrar KARAKURT upset
WSF-01-TURKEY vs SERBIA - Milena RASIC cheers for Serbia
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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 TURKEY compared to SERBIA.
TURKEY number of service aces compared to SERBIA
Errors leading to points of TURKEY, next to those from SERBIA
From the very beginning of the match, a great fight was seen on both sides. Turkey took the lead with 3: 0 at the beginning, to which the selector Zoran Terzic responded with a time-out. The volleyball players of Turkey had the initiative in the continuation, and at one point the advantage of 13: 8. However, Serbia managed to catch the connection through Milena Rasic and Tijana Boskovic (13:13). A point-for-point game followed almost until the very end of the set, and then Turkey made a break and took the lead 24:22 and had two sets of balls. Serbia didn’t want to leave the set to Turkey so easily, it managed to equalize the result. An unprecedented drama followed, and the lead changed, making the longest set at EuroVolley. In the end, the volleyball players of Turkey managed to win the first set with 34:32.
Serbia didn’t allow the lead of Turkey to influence its game, it started the second set with a series of 4: 0, which it held until the middle of the set. Turkey managed to equalize the score at 16:16, then I took the lead with 21:18 and had one set ball, then another, but they didn’t use it. Serbian volleyball player Milena Rasic put an end to this set with a block, which brought Serbia an equalizer. - 28:26
After an equal start and a minimal lead of Turkey (11:10), the volleyball players of Serbia took control of the match and took the lead with 19:15, but Turkey once again equalized 21:21, followed by a new drama. But, Serbia regained its game and won the third set with 25:23.
The Serbians continued where they left off in the third set, they made a difference right at the beginning and took the lead with 9: 4, then 13: 5. They showed once again why they are the best in the world and in Europe. They managed to finish this game without much trouble and with a 3: 1 victory they entered another final!