Entertainment Berlin Volleys win first finale in Friedrichshafen
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with a narrow victory thanks to a catch-up is launched in 2019 title carrier Berlin Volle's Final Series around the German Volleyball Championship.
At the permanent VfB Friedrichshafen, the Berliner turned a 0: 2 sentence residue and won 3: 2 (18:25, 20:25, 25:21, 25:19, 19:17). Two match balls resisted the capital city in Tiebreak and used his third.
The Volleys went in the playoff series with 1: 0 in the lead and can reorganize on Sunday in their own hall in Berlin. The master is determined in the "Best of Five" mode - three victories are necessary for the title win.
of the VFB Friedrichshafen and the BR Volleys deny the finale of the Volleyball Bundesliga for the eighth time. The main round had completed record champion Friedrichshafen with only one defeat first. The Berliners had reached the playoffs as a table greater. Since 2016, the capital city has become four times in series Master. Last year there was no master.
with a clear demand: First professional athlete in Germany is considered Queer .
It is a big step for the LGBTQ community in Germany: Benjamin patch (26), Volleyballer of the Berlin Volleys, is the first open to queere players in German professional sports. © Picture Alliance / DPA Benjamin Patch (here on March 24, 2021) has been considered queer.