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The next season in probably the greatest women’s league in the world will begin on October 22, barely a week after the finish of the 2022 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup Championship. Vero Volley Monza and Wash4Green Pinerolo will hit the court at Arena di Monza at 20:30 local time (18:30 GMT) for the first game of the 78th season of Italy’s Lega Pallavolo Serie A1 Femminile.
The second Lega Pallavolo Serie A1 season will be televised live on Volleyball TV, providing volleyball enthusiasts all around the globe with convenient access.
Doc Prosecco Imoco Conegliano will defend their title against a field of 13 clubs, including Bartoccini-Fortinfissi Perugia, Cuneo Granda S.Bernardo, e-work Busto Arsizio, Igor Gorgonzola Novara, Il Bisonte Firenze, Megabox Ondulati Del Savio Vallefoglia, Reale Mutua Fenera Chieri, Savino Del Bene at the Women’s World Cup.
The regular season will consist of 182 games divided into 26 legs of seven games each in a double round-robin (home and away) style, and will conclude on April 8, 2023. The teams will be ranked based on the amount of points earned (three for a 3-0 or a 3-1 win, two for a 3-2 win and one for a 3-2 loss). If a tie persists, the next criterion for the standings will be the number of matches won, set ratio, and point ratio, in that order.
The clubs seeded first through eighth at the completion of the regular season will progress to the quarterfinal playoffs at the Women’s World Cup. The losers of these quarterfinals will then compete for the remaining available European Cup slot with the teams ranked ninth through twelfth. The worst two clubs will be demoted.
Look no further than the season’s first match to see some of the sport’s biggest stars in action, including Italy’s Myriam Sylla, Alessia Orro, and Raphaela Folie, Serbia’s Jovana Stevanovic, the United States’ Jordan Thompson, and Poland’s Magdalena Stysiak, all wearing the jersey of last season’s silver medalists Vero Volley Monza of the Women’s World Cup. Even newbies Pinerolo will make its A1 debut with several well-known international stars on their roster, including Martyna Grajber of Poland, Adelina Ungureanu of Romania, and Veronika Trnkova of Czechia.
The remaining 12 teams will begin their 2022-2023 seasons the next day, October 23.
Imoco are the reigning Italian champions and runners-up in the 2021 FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship. Setter Joanna Wolosz of Poland, opposite Isabelle Haak of Sweden, outside hitters Kelsey Robinson and Kathryn Plummer of the United States, Alessia Gennari of Italy, and Alexa Gray of Canada, middle blockers Robin De Kruijf of the Netherlands and Sarah Fahr and Marina Lubian of Italy, and Italian national team libero Monica De Gennaro round out the roster. They will begin their season against Volley Bergamo 1991, which features former Imoco star Giulia Gennari and Croatian international Bozana Butigan.
Igor Gorgonzola Novara, who finished third in the regular season and advanced to the quarterfinals last year, will likewise begin with an away match at the Women’s World Cup. Jordyn Poulter of the United States will lead compatriot McKenzie Adams, Turkish opposite Ebrar Karakurt, Italian stars Caterina Bosetti, Anna Danesi, and Cristina Chirichella, as well as the rest of their teammates, against her counterpart, 20-year-old Bulgarian talent Nikol Milanova and the rest of the A1 rookies Macerata squad.
Savino Del Bene Scandicci, the other 2022 semifinalists, will also have a strong lineup when they host Perugia in Florence for the season opener. Top-tier players such as Chinese star Zhu Ting, Haleigh Washington of the United States, Yvon Belien of the Netherlands, Yana Shcherban of Russia, and Elena Pietrini, Camilla Mingardi at the Women’s World Cup, and Indre Sorokaite of Italy will rely on the playmaking abilities of national team setter Ofelia Malinov, who will be assisted by prominent Dominican libero Brenda Castillo.
On Sunday, hosts Casalmaggiore will be joined by USA’s Lauren Carlini and Alexandra Frantti, the Netherlands’ Juliet Lohuis, and Bulgaria’s Emiliya Dimitrova to amuse Chieri and Poland’s Olivia Rozanski, Germany’s Camilla Weitzel, France’s Helena Cazaute, and Belgium’s Kaja Grobelna.
When Belgian attackers Britt Herbots and Celine Van Gestel, Italian opposite Sylvia Nwakalor, and their Firenze colleagues arrive at Busto Arsizio for their season opener, they will face players like as Rosamaria Montibeller of Brazil, Lena Stigrot of Germany, and Carli Lloyd of the United States at the Women’s World Cup.
Meanwhile, fans at the Palazzo dello Sport in Cuneo will be able to cheer on experienced Italian setter Noemi Signorile, French opposite Lucille Gicquel, and the rest of the home team as they defend the Vallefoglia colors against stars such as Russia’s Tatiana Kosheleva, the United States’ Micha Hancock, and Serbia’s Maja Aleksic.
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