Vinh Phuc, Vietnam, April 23, 2023 – All is ready for the staging of the 2023 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship between April 25 and May 2 on the newly-renovated Vinh Phuc Gymnasium, with Control Committee President and Technical Delegate Dr Eom Han-Joo chairing the mixed session on Sunday to confirm processes to make sure working situations for a profitable run of this continent’s topflight membership competitors and look at related actions together with a website inspection forward of the official kickoff coming Tuesday.
A complete of 9 groups will take a look at their mettle within the eight-day match, which serves because the Asian qualification match for the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship, on account of be held in December in China. They are Sport Center 1 (hosts Vietnam), King Whale Taipei (Chinese Taipei), Paykan (Iran) and Hisamitsu Springs (Japan) in Pool A and Liaoning Donghua VC (China), Hip Hing VC (Hong Kong, China), Altay VC (Kazakhstan), Khuvsgul Erchim VC (Mongolia) and Diamond Food Fine Chef Sport Club (Thailand) in Pool B.
Teams will play pool round-robin preliminaries, with solely prime two groups from every pool advancing to the cross semifinals. The lower-ranked sides ending third and 4th locations in Pool A and third, 4th and Fifth locations in Pool B will battle it out in classification spherical for Fifth-Ninth locations.
Co-Chairman of the Organizing Committee Mr Tran Duc Phan, himself Vice President of the Volleyball Federation of Vietnam, presided over the joint assembly on the assembly room contained in the Vinh Phuc Gymnasium on Sunday to ship a welcome speech to all assembly attendants.
“On behalf of Volleyball Federation of Vietnam, I would like to say that I’m very delighted to welcome everyone to this championship. It’s quite a long time for Vietnam to host this event and I’m also happy to welcome my dear colleagues from AVC to Vinh Phuc, a sporting destination for several major events including the last year’s SEA Games and the Asian Women’s Club Championship for many times. The Vinh Phuc Gymnasium has already been renovated with improvement of facilities. I hope that the renovated competition hall will meet all AVC’s requirements. Although I’m very busy with other sporting commitments, I will do my best and hope for the best that the championship will be a success,” Mr Phan, Deputy General Director of the Vietnam Sports Administration, was quoted as saying in his speech.
CC President and Technical Delegate Dr Eom Han-Joo, himself Chairman of the AVC Sports Events Council and Member of the FIVB Sports Events Council, talking on behalf of AVC President Mrs Rita Subowo, thanked the VFV, Vietnam and Vinh Phuc particularly for his or her nice contribution in internet hosting this top-tier competitors. He additionally praised the federation for his or her markedly bettering their preparations in internet hosting the AVC Championship.
“The Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship marks the first AVC event of the year 2023. Three years after the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now quite certain of working for the AVC Championship in normal conditions. However, as nothing can guarantee us that we will be safe from the COVID-19, I recommend all CC Members to wear face masks while in the competition hall although it’s not mandatory,” Dr Eom stated.
After that, the venue inspection was carried out, with all CC Members break up for tough check-ups to numerous areas together with the principle competitors website and adjoining working areas, CC Room in addition to Referee and Medical Rooms.
Tables and chairs for officers and group gamers have utterly been arrange on the competitors court docket, whereas ornament duties at VIP seats and the grandstands in addition to the setup for working areas for VIS and Press Delegates and the Official Photographer proceed till Monday when the ultimate inspection will likely be made.
Vietnam has already hosted the Asian Women’s Club Championship for 7 occasions together with 2001 in Ho Chi Minh City, 2005 in Ninh Vinh, 2007, 2008 and 2011 in Vinh Phuc, 2013 in Buon Ma That, Dak Lak and 2015 in Ha Nam. This will likely be for the fourth time the Championship will happen in Vinh Phuc province and eighth time for Vietnam, probably the most frequent host nation.
Meanwhile, eight taking part groups have already arrived in Vinh Phuc on Sunday and began their coaching on the competitors corridor, whereas China’s Liaoning Donghua VC are on account of attain the Vietnamese province late evening on Sunday. The Control Committee have already carried out the Preliminary Inquiry for eight groups, leaving solely the Chinese facet to fulfill the CC on Monday morning in a group briefing with their assembled competitors proof to be offered.
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