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Contact Information

Organizer association: AD Cierzo proLGTB+ Zaragoza

Phone: +34 669 757 775 (David)

¿How to get?

  • Address: Calle Pablo Ruiz Picasso, 2

  • Bus: Líneas 44, 50 y tranvía

  • Cab: Your service can be requested on the phone 976751515, 976383838, 976424242

Tournament Regulations

  1. There will be four levels which teams can sign up for: Level A with B+, Level B, Level C+ and Level C.

  2. Every match will be controlled by a referee from the Aragonese Volleyball Federation (according to availability) who may be helped in matches, if requested by team captains,  by a second referee, who will be a player from another team, however, the first referee will ALWAYS decides who wins the point.

  3. During the preliminary round, matches will be played as a single set of 25 points, according to the RFEVB rules and regulations, with the winner being the first team to reach 25 (not necessary to win by a 2-point advantage). The final classification criteria going into the next round will be:

  • Difference between victories and losses.

  • In the event of a tie, the difference between points won and lost.

  • In the event of a 2nd tie, the winner of the previous match between all the teams in the tie.

  • In the event of a further tie, the winner will be drawn randomly in front of the team captains.

​​Special Rules for Level A/B+ and B.

  1. The quarter final round will be played as a single set of 25 points (not necessary to win by a 2-point advantage).

  2. The semi final round will be played as a single set of 25 points, the winner needing a  2-point advantage, as stipulated in the RFEVB regulations.

  3. The final will be played as the best of three (3) sets, the first two sets up to 25 points and the third one up to 15 points. All sets must be won with a 2-point advantage as stipulated by the RFEVB regulations. There will be one (1) time-out allowed for each team per set.

Special Rules for Level C+

  1. The quarter final round will be played by the top four teams in each group, and the remaining two 5th ranked will descend to level C.

  2. The quarter final round will be played as a single set of 25 points (not necessary to win by a 2-point advantage)

  3. The semi final round will be played as a single set of 25 points, the winner needing a  2-point advantage, as stipulated in the RFEVB regulations.
    The final will be played as the best of three (3) sets, the first two sets up to 25 points and the third one up to 15 points. All sets must be won with a 2-point advantage as stipulated by the RFEVB regulations. There will be one (1) time-out allowed for each team per set.

Special Rules for level C

  1. The quarter final round will be played by top three teams in each group, with the two 5th ranked teams from group C+. The three lowest ranked teams will compete in level C-.

  2. The semi final round will be played as a single set of 25 points, the winner needing a  2-point advantage, as stipulated in the RFEVB regulations.

  3. The final will be played as the best of three (3) sets, the first two sets up to 25 points and the third one up to 15 points. All sets must be won with a 2-point advantage as stipulated by the RFEVB regulations. There will be one (1) time-out allowed for each team per set

Special Rules

  1. Those teams which do not arbitrate when they were asked for, will be penalized with -1 point in the ranking.

  2. Every team will sign before every competition its definitive team composition for the competition, this sign will be done at the captains meeting. If one team do not attend in this meeting, he must sign before playing the first match. Any team is allowed to start the competition without signing their team composition. The organizers will give to the referees the team’s composition at the beginning of the match, to check that the players that are playing the match are the same signed in the team composition to reflect it in the match record. Both captains will sign the match record checking that the referee has written down all the players that are going to play before and after the match.

  3. If there was an incomplete team (understanding as incomplete when it has not got 6 players) at the beginning of the tournament, that team will be completed by the exact number of players missing and it will not be allowed to do any changes during the tournament, excepting injuries. Those players will always be from the same level or a lower one, never from a higher level.

  4. If a team is not able to play with its six players due to an injury, a player from another team can substitute him/her according these conditions:

    • A player will never be allowed to play in a lower level.

    • If the player is from the same level he/she will be allowed to play if the opponent team agrees.

    • If the player is from a lower level he/she will be allowed to play without any problem.

  5. Every substitution for an injury will be notified to the organization and the rest of the teams, moreover it will be reflect in the team composition. The player acceptance will be borne by the organization.