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RESULTS OF DRAWING OF LOTS UNVEILED FOR 2024 ASIAN UNDERAGE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

RESULTS OF DRAWING OF LOTS UNVEILED FOR 2024 ASIAN UNDERAGE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

AVC conducts drawing of lots for four Asian Underage Volleyball Championships due to be held in 2024

China attacks Japan in final showdown of 14th Asian Women’s U18 Championship in 2022 Nakhon Pathom

Bangkok, Thailand, March 12, 2024 – AVC has already completed the drawing of lots of all four Asian Underage Volleyball Championships, with representatives from host nations and participating teams in those championships actively attending on Zoom.

Mr Shanrit

Dr Eom

The drawing of lots ceremony took place at AVC Headquarters on Tuesday, with AVC Executive Director Mr Shanrit Wongprasert and AVC Sports Events Council Chairman Dr Eom Han-Joo jointly conducting and AVC IT Manager Mr Pavarit Dairinram and Ms Nattalida Sumdangdech, AVC Officer in charge of AVC Beach Volleyball Department, assisting.

Ms Nattalida, left, and Mr Pavarit assist in the drawing of lots

Four Asian Underage Volleyball Championships will be held this year comprising the 15th Asian Women’s U18 Championship in Thailand, the 15th Asian Men’s U18 Championship in Bahrain, the 22nd Asian Women’s U20 Championship in China and the 22nd Asian Men’s U20 Championship in Indonesia.

Thailand is hosting the Asian Women’s U18 Championship for the 9th time and Nakhon Pathom is no stranger to the championship as it will be three in succession that the city in central Thailand with an approximate 50km west of Bangkok is due to host the championship from June 16 to 23, which serves as the qualification tournament for the 2025 FIVB Volleyball Girls’ U19 World Championship. Nakhon Pathom was also set to organize the 13th edition in 2020 but the championship was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the Tuesday’s draw results, hosts Thailand are in Pool A with Uzbekistan and Macau, China, while reigning and consecutive 8-time champions Japan, Iran and Philippines are in Pool B. Pool C comprises former consecutive 4-time champions China, Kazakhstan and Hong Kong, China, with Korea, Chinese Taipei, India and Australia in Pool D.

On June 16, the first day of the eight-day championship, Uzbekistan are due to take on Macao, China in Pool A, Iran will play Philippines in Pool B, Kazakhstan will meet Hong Kong, China in Pool C, with Korea starting their campaign against Australia and India challenging Chinese Taipei in Pool D.

 

Japan celebrate their victory over China during their final match of 14th Asian Women’s U18 Championship in Nakhon Pathom in 2022

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