Nottingham, in the heart of East Midlands in the United Kingdom, gets ready to host the combined double gender Silver Leagues this coming weekend as a total of nine teams come together for yet more thrilling sitting volleyball action in this exciting year for the sport.
In the men’s competition, last year’s winners Poland will be challenged by the 2021 gold medalists Hungary (who missed the competition in 2022), alongside the 2022 silver medalists Turkey and bronze medalists Poland.
But Slovenia, the 2021 runners-up, and hosts Great Britain are also contenders for spots on the podium in what is highly anticipated to be a very tight tournament.
The women’s tournament features three teams, with the 2021 Silver League winners challenged by hots Great Britain and France – in the absence of last year’s gold medalists Germany who this year played in the Golden League.
The three-day event, which begins Friday afternoon, is a single round-robin pool per gender, followed by medals matches. The top two men’s teams will vie for gold, with the third- and fourth-ranked sides clashing for bronze. The top two women’s teams will play for gold.
All the action will be available in real time online through the dedicated websites of the competitions:
Men’s Silver League – https://snl2023men.paravolley.eu/
Women’s Silver League – https://snl2023women.paravolley.eu/