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Tokyo 2020 Olympic volleyball matches you don’t want to miss!

Tokyo 2020 Olympic volleyball matches you don't want to miss!

Volleyball is all about competition and watching really good teams play each other. That competition is only elevated when these teams get to play on the international stage.ย 

Whether youโ€™re into watching the past winners compete for a gold medal or you like a good underdog coming in to steal the show, the Olympics is a great place to watch some volleyball.

Thereโ€™s going to be a lot of volleyball matches in a short amount of time, and you may not be able to watch them all, so we compiled a few matches that you need to watch this year if you canโ€™t watch them all.ย 

Womenโ€™s Volleyball Tournament

Donโ€™t miss a game with our unique match schedule that shows you every single Beach and Indoor Volleyball match all in one location.

USA vs. China

Tuesday 27 July @ 11:05 JST / 01:00 GMT

After watching these two teams face off in the 2021 VNL tournament, itโ€™s going to be fun to watch them get to play each other again. They are both very strong, experienced teams with fantastic veterans coming back like USAโ€™s Jordan Larson and Chinaโ€™s Zhu Ting. China has three gold medals under their belt and won the most recent Olympic Games in Rio, while USA is trying for their first Olympic gold medal this year. It wouldnโ€™t be too surprising to see USA and China play each other in the gold medal match, but watching them play in the preliminaries will be a fun match to watch nonetheless.ย 

China & USA face off in the FIVB VNL 2021

Serbia vs. Japan

Tuesday 27 July @ 14:20 JST / 05:20 GMT

One big difference between these two teams is in their volleyball history. Since Serbia didnโ€™t gain independence from Yugoslavia until 2006, volleyball is relatively new in this country. On the other side of the coin, Japan played and won the first ever Olympic volleyball competition in 1964. It will be fun to watch old traditions meet new traditions in this matchup. Serbia won the silver in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, while Japan hasnโ€™t won a medal since their bronze medal in 2010. These teams are going to be a great matchup with their similar skill levels and their pace of play, so itโ€™s definitely one to watch.ย 

Japan dominated Serbia in the FIVB VNL 2021

Menโ€™s Volleyball Competition

Donโ€™t miss a game with our unique match schedule that shows you every single Beach and Indoor Volleyball match all in one location.

Japan vs. Italy

Wednesday 28 July @ 19:40 JST / 10:40 GMT

This match will be a really fun match to…

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