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The 2009 Women's European Volleyball League was the first edition of the annual Women's Volleyball Tournament, played by eight European countries from May 22 to June 28, 2009. The Final Four was held in Kayseri, Turkey from July 11 to July 12. Contents 1 Competing Nations 2 League Round 2.1 Pool A 2.1.1 Leg 1 2.1.2 Leg 2 2.1.3 Leg 3 2.1.4 Leg 4 2.1.5 Leg 5 2.1.6 Leg 6 2.2 Pool B 2.2.1 Leg 1 2.2.2 Leg 2 2.2.3 Leg 3 2.2.4 Leg 4 2.2.5 Leg 5 2.2.6 Leg 6 3 Final four 3.1 Semifinals 3.2 Bronze medal match 3.3 Gold Medal match 4 Final ranking 5 Individual awards 6 References // Competing Nations Group A Group B  Bulgaria  Greece  Serbia  Spain  France  Great Britain  Romania  Turkey League Round Pool A Matches Sets Points Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio 1  Serbia 22 10 2 33 11 3.000 1030 874 1.178 2  Bulgaria 19 7 5 27 23 1.174 1110 1005 1.104 3  Spain 18 6 6 23 21 1.095 970 963 1.007 4  Greece 13 1 11 7 35 0.200 755 1023 0.738 Leg 1 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 23 May Bulgaria  0–3  Spain 23:25 20:25 20:25     63:75 23 May Serbia  3–0  Greece 25:21 25:14 25:15     75:50 24 May Bulgaria  3–1  Spain 25:21 25:17 19:25 30:28   99:91 24 May Serbia  3–1  Greece 20:25 25:23 25:20 25:20   95:88 Leg 2 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 29 May Spain  3–0  Greece 25:13 25:22 25:19     75:54 30 May Bulgaria  1–3  Serbia 25:16 24:26 16:25 17:25   83:92 30 May Spain  3–0  Greece 25:20 25:19 25:16     75:55 31 May Bulgaria  3–2  Serbia 25:21 21:25 25:18 22:25 18:16 111:105 Leg 3 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 5 June Serbia  3–0  Spain 25:12 25:15 30:28     80:55 5 June Greece  2–3  Bulgaria 11:25 27:25 25:23 9:25 10:15 82:113 6 June Serbia  3–0  Spain 25:23 25:15 25:19     75:57 6 June Greece  1–3  Bulgaria 16:25 19:25 25:23 17:25   77:98 Leg 4 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 12 June Spain  3–1  Serbia 23:25 25:18 25:23 25:18   98:84 13 June Bulgaria  3–0  Greece 25:12 25:14 25:11     75:37 13 June Spain  0–3  Serbia 15:25 20:25 17:25     52:75 14 June Bulgaria  3–0  Greece 25:19 25:12 25:16     75:47 Leg 5 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 19 June Greece  3–2  Spain 25:23 36:34 15:25 21:25 15:10 112:117 19 June Serbia  3–1  Bulgaria 25:21 25:21 21:25 27:25   98:92 20 June Greece  0–3  Spain 22:25 23:25 22:25     67:75 20 June Serbia  3–2  Bulgaria 25:20 19:25 26:24 16:25 15:8 101:102 Leg 6 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 26 June Spain  3–2  Bulgaria 22:25 25:20 14:25 25:14 15:8 101:92 26 June Greece  0–3  Serbia 11:25 14:25 9:25     34:75 27 June Spain  2–3  Bulgaria 25:23 20:25 18:25 25:19 11:15 99:107 27 June Greece  0–3  Serbia 17:25 20:25 15:25     52:75 Pool B Matches Sets Points Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio 1  Turkey 22 10 2 32 11 2.909 1028 867 1.186 2  France 19 7 5 25 18 1.389 972 884 1.100 3  Romania 19 7 5 25 20 1.250 972 960 1.013 4  Great Britain 12 0 12 3 36 0.083 703 964 0.729 Leg 1 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 22 May Romania  3–2  Turkey 14:25 25:20 15:25 25:18 15:12 94:100 23 May France  3–0  Great Britain 25:22 25:12 25:11     75:45 23 May Romania  3–0  Turkey 25:22 25:23 25:12     75:57 24 May France  3–0  Great Britain 25:21 25:18 25:18     75:57 Leg 2 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 30 May Great Britain  1–3  Turkey 17:25 25:21 17:25 23:25   82:96 30 May France  3–0  Romania 25:16 25:14 25:23     75:53 31 May Great Britain  0–3  Turkey 15:25 18:25 20:25     53:75 31 May France  3–1  Romania 27:25 25:15 19:25 25:19   96:84 Leg 3 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 6 June Romania  3–0  Great Britain 25:21 25:17 25:11     75:49 6 June Turkey  3–1  France 25:21 24:26 25:16 25:18   99:81 7 June Romania  3–0  Great Britain 25:12 25:23 25:22     75:57 7 June Turkey  3–0  France 25:20 25:17 27:25     77:62 Leg 4 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 12 June France  0–3  Turkey 21:25 20:25 23:25     64:75 13 June Great Britain  1–3  Romania 21:25 23:25 25:20 20:25   89:95 13 June France  1–3  Turkey 15:25 17:25 27:25 24:26   83:101 14 June Great Britain  0–3  Romania 17:25 13:25 21:25     51:75 Leg 5 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 20 June Turkey  3–1  Great Britain 25:22 23:25 25:20 25:22   98:89 20 June Romania  2–3  France 25:22 23:25 15:25 25:22 7:15 95:109 21 June Turkey  3–0  Great Britain 25:11 25:12 25:14     75:37 21 June Romania  3–2  France 14:25 25:20 25:16 22:25 18:16 104:102 Leg 6 Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 27 June Great Britain  0–3  France 19:25 18:25 16:25     53:75 27 June Turkey  3–0  Romania 25:22 25:19 30:28     80:69 28 June Great Britain  0–3  France 21:25 11:25 9:25     41:75 28 June Turkey  3–1  Romania 20:25 25:16 25:18 25:19   95:78 Final four Qualified teams  Turkey, as host  Serbia  Bulgaria  France   Semi Finals Final 2009-07-11 – Kayseri   Serbia  3     France  2     2009-07-12 – Kayseri       Serbia  3     Turkey  2 3rd place 2009-07-11 – Kayseri 2009-07-12 – Kayseri   Turkey  3   France  0   Bulgaria  1     Bulgaria  3 Semifinals Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 11 July Serbia  3–2  France 25:21 25:15 21:25 18:25 15:10 104:96 11 July Turkey  3–1  Bulgaria 25:13 26:24 24:26 25:21   100:84 Bronze medal match Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 12 July France  0–3  Bulgaria 23:25 23:25 24:26     70:76 Gold Medal match Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total 12 July Serbia  3–2  Turkey 32:34 17:25 25:20 25:23 17:15 116:117 Final ranking 1.  Serbia 2.  Turkey 3.  Bulgaria 4.  France 5.  Romania 5.  Spain 7.  Greece 7.  Great Britain  2009 Women's European League Winners  Serbia First title Individual awards Most Valuable Player:  Neslihan Demir Darnel (TUR) Best Spiker:  Aleksandra Petrović (SRB) Best Blocker:  Nadja Ninkovic (SRB) Best Server:  Myriam Kloster (FRA) Best Libero:  Mariya Filipova (BUL) Best Setter:  Pelin Çelik (TUR) Best Scorer:  Neslihan Demir Darnel (TUR) References CEV Results (Archived 2009-07-30) v • d • e International Volleyball FIVB · World Ranking · Olympic Games · World Championship · World Cup · World Grand Champions Cup · World League · World Grand Prix · Men's Junior World Championship · Women's Junior World Championship · Boys Youth World 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