SCUDETTO FINALE IN PALAVERDE, EXHIBITION TOMORROW IN THE FIELD BETWEEN CONEGLIANO AND MONZA, COACH SANTARELLI, CAPITAN WOLOSZ AND RAPHA FOLIE SPEAK

SCUDETTO FINALE IN PALAVERDE, TOMORROW IN THE FIELD OF PROSECCO DOC IMOCO CONEGLIANO AND VERO VOLLEY MONZA
Saturday, April 30 at 20.30 – live Rai Sport HD and Sky Sport

DATES, TIMES, AVERAGE OF THE FINAL PROSECCO DOC IMOCO-VERO VOLLEY MONZA
Race 1 – Saturday 30 April at 20.30 – Palaverde – Curto, Cesare and Clemente judges
Race 2 – Tuesday 3 May at 20.30 – Arena di Monza
Race 3 – Saturday 7 May at 20.45 – Palaverde
Possibly race 4 – Tuesday, May 10 at. 20.45 – Arena di Monza
Possible race 5 – Saturday 14 May at 20.45 – Palaverde

All matches will be broadcast live on RAI SPORT HD, SKY SPORT1 – live video web (by subscription) on www.volleyballworld.tv – updates and interviews after the match on the Facebook page of

TICKET OFFICE

At www.imocovolley.it, online ticket section and at www.vivaticket.com, with the option to choose a seat independently, receive the ticket in digital format, from home;

  • In Vivaticket outlets;
  • In Palaverde, at the Imoco Volley office (athletes’ entrance page), from Tuesday the 26th to Thursday the 28th of April from 16.00 to 18.30;
  • On match day, starting 90 minutes before the start of the match, at the external checkout counters in Palaverde, subject to availability. To buy the ticket, it will be necessary to enter name, surname and telephone contact. It is advisable where possible to purchase the admission ticket through the online platforms to facilitate the purchase procedures.

Prices: Curve (red color): 16 * euro; reduced (6-12 years) 5 * euros; Yours (blue color): 25 * euros; reduced (6-12 years) 11 * euros; Central (green color): 40 * euros; Super central (yellow color): 60 * euros (get available); Free admission for children under 6 years without seating. * plus pre-sales and service fees. For information: +39 327 2264138 – Biglietteria@imocovolley.it. To access Palaverde, you must have a reinforced Green Pass and FFP2 mask.

DECLARATIONS

Coach Daniele Santarelli, regular man in the Scudetto final, considering that since he was promoted to head coach in 2017/18, he has always reached the season’s epilogue with Conegliano on the bench:
“You never get used to a final, it’s the best moment of the season, the one where the trophies are played. We struggled and worked hard to get here, but the most important step now will be this challenge with Monza. They are a new opponent for us in the final, but we know their strength. It will be long, hard-fought matches, stimulating to play and spectacular for those who watch them in the gym or on TV. We expect to be at the top and play our best volleyball, with a team like Monza we can only do the best if we want the chance, because on the other side of the net there is a team that has all the rights to get in problems, we have seen it in the good matches we have already had this year with them both in the league and in the Champions League. We have to be ready for a long line, and our task will be to play to the maximum, as we did in the semi-final with Scandicci. “

Joanna Wolosz, captain of Prosecco DOC Imoco Volley:
“We are very happy to have won another final, there is great energy for this match1 on the team and great excitement to be able to play a match like this in front of our fans, I can not wait to take the field and feel the applause from our Vero Volley is a fantastic team, they will be very excited about their first final after passing the round in the hard-fought semi-final with Novara, plus they have great champions and strong players on the team. That’s exactly why we have to be practically perfect to give us and our fans another dream.We arrived in good shape for this deal, now we just have to play and give our best.I’m sure it’s going to be a beautiful final, tough and difficult, but beautiful and fun, I invite everyone to follow it, because it will be fun. “

Raphaela Folie, Head of Prosecco DOC Imoco Volley:
“We have finally reached the final, this time we have Monza, who is a fantastic opponent, with strong players and the right mix of young and experienced players. They have alternatives and the opportunity to vary the game, we know each other because we have already played four matches with them this year, where we have seen how Monza can put us in trouble. Tomorrow in race 1 we want to start the series well, and we count a lot on the support of our audience, now that there is 100% of the capacity, it would be nice to see it all as full as in the old days! “

ALPINIA TO MAMELIS SALME
The Banda degli Alpini section of Conegliano will traditionally return to Palaverde for Match 1 in the final and will perform in the pre-match and play the hymn about Mameli for the team line-up. (attached image)

THE EXHIBITION OF GIACOMO DE LEIDI
In the intervals of the sets the show does not stop, at Palaverde there will be the suggestive performance of the Friulian dancer Giacomo De Leidi, class ’92, trained from the dance school of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
She danced for the Estonian National Ballet and the Israeli Ballet. For several years she has danced to the Czech national ballet, where she plays several solo roles. (attached image)

SPONSOR DAY MARKA SERVICE
Company founded in Veneto in 2012 and with a branch in Friuli Venezia Giulia, it proposes itself as a business partner in the world of IT and digital security, document management, printing and visual communication. As the sponsor of the day FOR RACE 1 of the final Marka Service is at the forefront of cheering on our panthers, and in the VIP room to offer you a moment of leisure before and after the match. Marka Service owner Marco Vivian will at the beginning of the match award jersey sponsor Robin De Kruijf, to wish her and the whole team great congratulations! Eventually, the MVP of the match will also be awarded.

PANTER IN THE SIXTH FINAL
Vero Volley Monza starts on Saturday at Palaverde, which yesterday eliminated Novara 2-1, the sixth final championship in the history of Prosecco DOC Imoco Volley, the fourth in a row.
The story of the Gialloblù Scudetto finals began in the Conegliano club’s first year of existence, 2012/13, with the Panthers surprisingly as absolute freshmen meeting the Piacenza team in the epilogue and only surrendering in match 4, on the bench there. it was Marco Gaspari who now has to face Monza in the 2022 final, which starts on Saturday. In 2016, Conegliano returned to the final with Piacenza, and this time it was the Panthers who triumphed (3-1) and won the first championship. After a free year, from 2018 to today (apart from the championship stopped by Covid in 2020), Prosecco DOC Imoco Volley has always reached the championship final and always against the “rivals” from Novara: in 2018 with a victory of 3 matches to 1, in 2019 with a 3-0 victory and in 2021 successfully in two races given the best of three series.

PREVIOUSLY WITH MONZA AND EX
Vero Volley Monza is a rookie in the Scudetto final, but this year already 4 precedents between Veneto and Brianza: in the regular season of the championship, the Lombard team won the first match in Palaverde with 3-1, inflicting one of the three seasonal defeats at the Panthers, who then redeemed themselves in return. Two Gialloblù successes also in the two matches in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, with the 3-1 success in Palaverde and 3-0 in Lombardy for coach Santarelli’s team. A total of 20 precedents between the two clubs with 18 Imoco wins and 2 Vero Volleyballs.
Several previous “crosses” on the field, starting with coach Gaspari (2012/14 in Conegliano), and then on to players Anna Danesi (2016/19) and Gaia Moretto (2018/19). In the yellow and blue rows, the former Kathryn Plummer, in Monza in the final phase of the 19/20 season, is then blocked by the pandemic.

INFIRMARY – the only absentee from the Conegliano home is Sarah Fahr, who will cheer on her teammates from the sidelines after having surgery on her right knee.

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