Women’s Volleyball Nations League 2020 coming to Ottawa

The national capital was have for men’s Volleyball Nations League coordinates in every one of the previous two years. In 2018, the Canadians crushed Australia 3-0, however lost 3-1 to both Germany and the United States, while this past summer they cleared Australia 3-0 and edged Germany 3-2, yet lost 3-2 to Serbia.

Ottawa will again be the site of Volleyball Nations League rivalry next June, Volleyball Canada reported Wednesday. The June 2-4 matches at TD Place field will highlight national ladies’ groups from Canada, the Netherlands, Poland and Japan.

The Canadian stop on the men’s 2020 Volleyball Nations League plan is Calgary, where the host group will confront Serbia, Australia and China on June 19-21.

Canada earned a Women’s Volleyball Nations League compartment by winning the Challenger Cup at Lima, Peru, in late June.

Calgary likewise facilitated the men’s national group in FIVB World League pool play in 2015.

This will be the third release of the Volleyball Nations League rivalries. For the two people, 16 national groups will contend in cooperative matchups all around the globe from May 19 to June 21, going after for six accessible spots in the VNL Finals toward the beginning of July.

The Canadian men still can’t seem to meet all requirements for the finals, having played seventh in 2018 and ninth in 2019, each time with a 8-7 match record in the cooperative stage.