Rome, Italy, September 25, 2014 - Today finished the two tournaments of the second round of the World Child Championship. Children played the World Championship at PalaLottomatica in Rome.
There were almost 300 children, who were players of 24 clubs of Rome and Lazio. Every team took the name of one country participating in the FIVB Volleyball World Championship Italy 2014 to impart the prestige of the tournament to the children. The aim is to educate young people toward a righteous sport culture. This round sanctioned the two finalist teams that will play Saturday, September 27, for win the Cup title. In the final match it will have Mexico (Institute “Leonardo Da Vinci” of Labico) play against Tunisia (Institute “Luigi Rizzo” of Roma).
In this World Child Championship played Tunisia (Talete), USA (Volley Group), Japan (Nautilus), China (Pomezia), Italy (Giro Volley), Canada (Pro Juventude) and Bulgaria (Palombara).
“This event was born, at the first time, during the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship Italy 2010. It was a great success and also the FIVB admired it. So we decided to do this event also in this World Championship to make aware children towards these social,sport and educational themes,” said Laura Bruschini, council regional member.”