Volley Piacenza

LPR Piacenza was a professional Italian volleyball team based in Piacenza, northern Italy. It plays in Italian Volleyball League. Piacenza is ranked 17th (as of October 2016) in the Men's European clubs ranking.[1] Although the club reached the Italian 1st division for the first time only in 2002, after have dominated the Italian 2nd division and winning also the Italian Cup, it has already played 9 finals in Italy, including 5 for the Italian Title(winning only in 2009 versus the strong Trento), 2 for the Italian Cup(won in 2013 and lost in 2006) and 2 for the Italian Supercup (beating Macerata 3-2 in 2009 and losing versus the same team in 2014 again after a tie-break). Piacenza played also a Champion's League final, lost 3-2 in Poland versus Russia's Zenit Kazan, 2 Cev Cup finals (again losing twice) and won 2 other European cups: in 2006 the Top Teams Cup, and in 2013 the Challenge Cup, defeating Ural Ufa from Russia with a 3-0 win in both first and second legs of final,[2] achieving also an impressive 12-0 record, without losing a single set. It's among the strongest teams in Italy and also in Europe since 2003.

LPR Piacenza
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NicknameThe Wolves
Dissolved2018
GroundPalaBanca
Piacenza, Italy
(Capacity: 3,800)
ManagerAlberto Giuliani
LeagueItalian Volleyball League
WebsiteClub home page
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Piacenza team in October 2010.

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