The European U20 Beach Volleyball Championship took place with the eagerness of fans waiting after the pandemic in the Czech Republic.

Although the epidemic of acute respiratory infections caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus is still underway in Europe and has not shown signs of control, with volleyball tournament organizers at the U20 Euro Beach Volley tournament, they do my best.

To be able to organize the tournament, the organizers have thoughtfully prepared the prevention and control of pandemic to ensure the safety of athletes and football teams participating in the tournament.

So far everything is ready and ready for the rising stars of European Beach Volleyball to show off at Sokolske Koupaliste in the city of Brno, Czech Republic. Brno is the second-largest city and is located south of the Czech Republic.

The city was established in 1243, although there have been 5th-century settlements with both ancient and modern landscapes. Traditionally, Brno is the capital of the historic principality of Morava.

The first match of the home team

In the first match of the home team, the Czech Republic lost the opening match in Group A to the Dutch names Brecht Piersma and Desy Poiesz. For Gibraltar youngsters, they are making their first appearance in an international under-20 tournament.

For duo Jonatan Hellvig and David Ahman who recently won the historic World Tour volleyball championship for Sweden in late August at Montpellier said: “It’s a pleasure to be back in Brno, two years ago we won the league. Europe U18 here. We are very excited to play, especially since this is only our second tournament after the pandemic break.

U20 Euro Beach Volley returning after the pandemic promises to bring fans and volleyball lovers many exciting matches. Hopefully, the U20 Euro Beach Volley will smoothly take place without any postponement due to the pandemic.