Allianz Powervolley, path to Superleague unveiled

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Allianz Powervolley route unveiled

Twelve teams, twenty-two regular season matches: the 78th Italian men’s volleyball Superleague Credem Banca has unveiled its face and the path that will await Allianz Powervolley Milan in the 2022-2023 season, official presentation of the calendars, held in the auditorium of the Congress Center of del Zanhotel #38; Meeting Centrgross in Bologna on the last day of Volleyball Market organized by Lega Pallavolo Seria A.

Twelve then are the teams registered for the upcoming championship that Coach Piazza’s lineup will face in the twenty-two regular season challenges of the season, which will officially kick off on October 2 and end on March 15. The new Allianz-branded Powervolley, therefore, starts off with a bang: the season opener will take place within the friendly walls of the Allianz Cloud for the match against the Pontine team of Top Volley Cisterna. In the final ceremony of the three-day Volley Mercato, in the presence of the top executives of the Superleague, Serie A2 and A3 clubs, the official calendars of the new season were in fact drawn up, which will see the club of President Lucio Fusaro engaged in a treacherous but also exciting journey. The competitiveness of the league will make each clash full of surprises and spectacle, with Allianz Powervolley ready to face Monza, Siena, Modena, Verona, Perugia, and Padua in the series, with the focus centered on the comparisons with the big matches against the Modena and Umbrian lineups. The last four matches will see the end of the first half of the series facing Milan with big matches Trento, Piacenza and Civitanova, concluding in the first half of December with Taranto.

The year 2023 opens with the Superleague championship always in the spotlight with the third day back for Allianz Powervolley on Tuscan soil with newly promoted Emma Villas (Jan. 8). Dates to highlight for the return leg for volleyball fans will be the challenge with Modena Volley on January 15, the confrontations with Perugia and Trento for the 6th and 9th days respectively that will be staged at Allianz Cloud. While quarterfinals and final four of the Italian Cup will be played on Dec. 28/29 and Feb. 25/26, respectively.

Here is the complete schedule of the Milanese team:

Day 1 (Going: 02/10/2022 | Return: 18/12/2022): Allianz Powervolley Milan – Top Volley Cisterna

Day 2 (First leg: 09/10/2022 | Return: 26/12/2022): Vero Volley Monza -Allianz Powervolley Milan

Day 3 (First leg: 16/10/2022 | Return: 08/01/2023) Allianz Powervolley Milano – Emma Villas Aubay Siena

Day 4 (First leg: 23/10/2023 | Return leg: 15/01/2023): Modena Volley – Allianz Powervolley Milan

Day 5 (First leg: 30/10/2022 | Return: 22/01/2023): WithU Verona – Allianz Powervolley Milano

Day 6 (First leg: 06/11/2022 | Return: 29/01/2023): Sir Safety Susa Perugia – Allianz Powervolley Milan

Day 7 (First leg: 13/11/2022 | Return: 05/02/2023): Padua Volleyball – Allianz Powervolley Milan

Day 8 (First leg: 20/11/2022 | Return: 12/02/2023): Allianz Powervolley Milan – Gas Sales Bluenergy Piacenza

Day 9 (Start: 27/11/2022 | Return: 19/02/2023): Itas Trentino – Allianz Powervolley Milan

Day 10 (First leg: 04/12/2022 | Return leg: 05/03/2023): Allianz Powervolley Milan – Cucine Lube Civitanova

Day 11 (Start: 11/12/2022 | Return: 12/03/2023): Gioiella Prisma Taranto – Allianz Powervolley Milan

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