Volleyball

Sport Directors

Andreas Strauß

Salzburger Volleyballverband

Thomas Pichler

Salzburger Volleyballverband

 

Team tournament for women’s, men’s and mixed teams (under and over 40 years). Each team consists of no more than 12 players. Mixed teams must have at least 3 female players. The participating teams will be divided into groups made up of 3 to 5 teams in the preliminary round. Each match consists of the best of 2 games of 25 points – and 15 points in the event of a third game. The rules of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) apply.


Sport Venues

Sporthallen Josef-Preis-Allee

Josef-Preis-Allee 3

5020 Salzburg

 

Sporthalle Walserfeld

Schulstraße 17

5071 Wals-Siezenheim

 

How to get there

Sporthallen Josef-Preis-Allee

Bus stop: “Salzburg Justizgebäude”

Public transport: Bus numbers 3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 25, 28, 170

 

Sporthalle Walserfeld

Bus stop: “Schwarzenbergkaserne”

Public transport: Bus numbers 2, 10, 27, 37

 

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Schedules and results:


Competition format

All registered teams play a first and second round in groups of 3 and 4 (each team plays all opponents in its group). After that, the best ranked teams from the second round compete in a final round; the other teams play placement matches. The teams not playing at the time will provide the referees (one scorer and two referees); from the final matches onwards the matches will be overseen by referees from the Salzburg Volleyball Association (SVV).

 

Competition rules

In principle, the rules of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) apply. Matches are best-of-three sets played to 25 points, the deciding 3rd set is played to 15 points (2 points difference). The interval between sets is no longer than 3 minutes. The teams are requested to report to the tournament director 30 minutes before their first match is set to begin. The list of the team members must be filled in 30 minutes before start of the match. Mikasa MVA 200 balls with the ÖVV seal of quality will be used. All players are asked to wear shoes with non-marking soles.

 

Scoring

The scoring within the group follows the points system (win 2 points; loss 0 points). In the event of a draw between two teams, the deciding factor is first the better set ratio, then the better point ratio.

 

Important information

Please ensure that you leave yourself enough time to get from your accommodation to the sport venue. In addition to public transport, you are welcome to make use of our two special bus lines: ECSG Linie Rif (R) and ECSG Linie Wals (W). Special shuttle buses (leaving from the Messezentrum) are also available for our golf players and cyclists. For more information, please ask at your hotel reception or visit the infopoint in the Messezentrum.

 

Each person participates in the European Company Sport Games 2019 in Salzburg at their own risk.

Each person is responsible for ensuring that he or she has appropriate accident insurance coverage.