Pool Libertas Cantù-Wow Green House Aversa (October 15) will be the first league match of the 2023/24 season. Debut at the PalaJacazzi the following week with the ‘historic’ match against Kemas Lamipel Santa Croce. A trip to Cuneo followed, while Wednesday 1 November the first midweek round at home against Ortona. After 4 days we return to the field, a long trip to Pordenone. Then 2 weeks at home, with a double internal appointment: first Pineto, then Reggio Emilia. Then Ravenna away, Porto Viro at home (3 December). Then we play in 3 days with Castellana Grotte (away, December 7) and Siena (December 10, at home). Aversa-Brescia will follow, while on 26 December they will go away to Grottazzolina.
The calendar was presented during the ‘Volley Market’ at the Zanhotel & Meeting Centergross in Bentivoglio (Bologna), and defined what will be the stages of the 79th Serie A Credem Banca Volleyball Championship.
With the Wow Green House Aversa in the next single round of Serie A2 Credem Banca there will also be Abba Pineto, BCC Tecbus Castellana Grotte, Conad Reggio Emilia, Consar Ravenna, Consoli Sferc Brescia, Delta Group Porto Viro, Emma Villas Siena, Kemas Lamipel Santa Croce , Pool Libertas Cantù, Puliservice Acqua S.Bernardo Cuneo, Sieco Service Ortona, Tinet Prata di Pordenone and Yuasa Battery Grottazzolina.
The president of the Norman club, Sergio Di Meo, present in Romagna with his son Sergio Jr, general manager of the club, underlined that “we start immediately with one of the strongest teams in the group, but then we will have a calendar that will give us a back the other those decisive matches to conquer salvation. They will be important challenges, we are aware of our strength as well as our limits but we will fight on every field to bring the name of Aversa to the top. We will travel all over the boot, it will be a great honor for us to see the Wow Green House who will fight everywhere to take one point at a time to stay in that category that we want to defend with all our strength “.
Sporting director Alberico Vitullo instead spoke of the technical aspect of the group saying that “it will be an objectively balanced championship even if I believe that there are 4-5 teams that at the moment – looking at the rosters – are slightly ahead and that I think will compete for the group win. Cuneo is certainly among the big names, then I see very well Grottazzolina who has a diagonal that plays by heart and also Ravenna with the signing of Canadian Evan Falardeau who can make the difference. In closing, I would pay close attention to Brescia and Cantù.