Next week South Korea will be hosting the Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship in Seoul. Furthermore, this eight day competition is a way for Women’s Volleyball teams to earn a spot for the 2020 Olympics. Thus, the South Korean Women’s Volleyball Team is hoping for a 2020 Olympic Qualifying spot in this tournament.
The Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship is a biennial event held by the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVD). Furthermore, this is the first time that South Korea will be hosting the event which dates back to 1975. This tournament will last for eight days and the winners will qualify for the 2020Tokyo Olympic qualification tournament.
Can South Korea Women’s Volleyball Team make it to the 2020 Olympics?
The Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship consists of 13 teams that are split into four groups. According to those who like to bet on volleyball, South Korea has never won this event. However, it is not for lack of trying as they have been the runner up for this tournament seven times. The last time was in 2017 in Binan, Philippines where they got third place.
Volleyball betting websites do not have their betting odds out yet for the tournament. However, some believe that it is a good idea to Bet on Women National Volleyball Team for the first round. This is because they are in Group A and will face Iran in their first match. According to the latest statistics, they have a good chance to win against them.
Under the leadership of Italian coach Stefano Lavarini, the Korea’s first match will take place on Sunday at 2PM. In addition, the match will be held at the Jasmil Arena in Seoul.
The Korean Women’s Volleyball Team is hoping for a 2020 Olympic Qualifying spot because they lost their chance earlier this month. This is when they lost to Russia in the final match at the FIBV Intercontinental Olympic Qualification Tournament in Russia. Furthermore, it was after that match when the KVA made a complaint against the Russian coach for his racist gesture.
According to the betting odds websites, the top two teams will go to AVC Olympic qualification tournament in January 2020.