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Women’s volleyball: sold out put and a huge audience on TV for the Frecciarossa Italian Cup

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Women’s volleyball: sold out put and a huge audience on TV for the Frecciarossa Italian Cup

Over 12 thousand spectators in the two days of the Finals in Trieste, average of 430,000 fans on TV with a peak of 594,000

After three days of entertainment, emotions and play of the highest level, the weekend of the Frecciarossa Italian Cup Finals came to an end, the event organized by the Lega Pallavolo Serie A Femminile in collaboration with Master Group Sport and the precious support of FIPAV FVG. A long weekend, which began with the press conference on Friday and continued with the adrenaline of the A1 Semifinals on Saturday and the two A1 and A2 Finals on Sunday.

A show that in addition to the fantastic Serie A champions, had another exceptional protagonist: the audience at PalaTrieste. Over 12 thousand people in two days for a thrilling setting: 5500 people on Saturday, the same number for the A2 Series Final, scheduled at the unusual time of 11am on Sunday, and 6750 for the A1 Series Final, with the arena completely sold out and packed in every sector.

However, the desire for high-level volleyball was not limited to Trieste. The three Serie A1 Frecciarossa Italian Cup matches were broadcast on Rai channels, commented by Marco Fantasia and Giulia Pisani, with excellent results. While still awaiting the findings on Rai Play for the semi-final between Prosecco Doc Imoco Conegliano and Reale Mutua Fenera Chieri, on Rai Sport the 6pm semi-final between Allianz Vero Volley Milano and Savino Del Bene Scandicci was instead watched by 150,000 spectators. However, the enthusiasm of the audience at home reached its maximum during the Final, live on Rai 2: 430,000 people for a 3.51% share with a peak of 594,000 and 5.39%, an incredible success achieved also thanks to the contribution of Rai News, which followed the Finals with constant and continuous updates.

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After the end of the match, over 15 thousand people watched the live YouTube broadcast for the awards ceremony for the finalist teams. Numbers to which must then be added the fans who in Italy and around the world have used the Volleyball TV platform (Italian commentary by Fabrizio Monari and Veronica Angeloni, English commentary by Clayton Lucas and Marco Vecellio) and those connected instead on Rai Italia, without excluding the fans who didn’t miss the Serie A2 Final live on Sky Sport, commented by Stefano Locatelli and Rachele Sangiuliano. Yet another success by Lega Pallavolo Serie A Femminile after the already successful Livorno Super Cup, for a season that will rightfully enter the history of the Consortium.

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