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1989 Men's European Volleyball Championship

The 1989 Men's European Volleyball Championship was the sixteenth edition of the event, organized by Europe's governing volleyball body, the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball. It was hosted in Örebro and Stockholm, Sweden from September 23 to October 1, 1989.

Teams

Preliminary round

Group A

Team Points G W L PW PL Ratio SW SL Ratio
1. Italy 9 5 4 1 14 6 2.333
2. Sweden 8 5 3 2 11 9 1.222
3. Bulgaria 8 5 3 2 12 8 1.500
4. France 8 5 3 2 10 9 1.111
5. West Germany 7 5 2 3 7 11 0.583
6. East Germany 5 5 0 5 5 15 0.333

Group B

Team Points G W L PW PL Ratio SW SL Ratio
1. Soviet Union 10 5 5 0 15 4 3.750
2. Netherlands 8 5 3 2 11 7 1.572
3. Yugoslavia 8 5 3 2 11 11 1.000
4. Poland 8 5 3 2 10 7 1.429
5. Romania 6 5 1 4 5 13 0.385
6. Greece 5 5 0 5 5 15 0.333

Final round

Semi Finals Final
1989-09-30 – Stockholm
 Sweden  3  
 Soviet Union  2  
 
1989-10-01 – Stockholm
     Sweden  1
   Italy  3
3rd place
1989-09-30 – Stockholm 1989-10-01 – Stockholm
 Italy  3  Soviet Union  0
 Netherlands  0    Netherlands  3


5-8th place 5th place
1989-09-30 – Stockholm
 France  3  
 Poland  2  
 
1989-10-01 – Stockholm
     France  3
   Bulgaria  1
7th place
1989-09-30 – Stockholm 1989-10-01 – Stockholm
 Bulgaria  3  Poland  3
 Yugoslavia  0    Yugoslavia  1


9-12th place 9th place
1989-09-30 – Stockholm
 East Germany  3  
 Romania  2  
 
1989-10-01 – Stockholm
     East Germany  3
   Greece  2
11th place
1989-09-30 – Stockholm 1989-10-01 – Stockholm
 Greece  3  Romania  2
 West Germany  0    West Germany  3

Final ranking

References

  • Results
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