Alas Pilipinas vs. Vietnam (July 5) // 2024 FIVB Women’s Volleyball Challenger Cup

The Philippines’ historic women’s volleyball team, Alas Pilipinas, gears up for a crucial battle as they face Southeast Asian powerhouse Vietnam in the 2024 FIVB Women’s Volleyball Challenger Cup knockout stage.

How To Watch: Alas Pilipinas vs. Vietnam Game Info

Find out the game time information, when and how to watch Philippines’ game against the Vietnam on TV and streaming online.

  • Date: Friday, July 5 2024
  • Time: 6:30 pm
  • Venue: Ninoy Aquino Stadium
  • TV: One Sports | One Sports+ | RPTV
  • Live Stream: Pilipinas Live (Android / iOS)

Result and Scores: Alas Pilipinas vs. Vietnam

TeamSets WonSet 1Set 2Set 3Set 4Set 5
Philippines (W)0142221
Vietnam (W)3252525
Set Scores: Philippines vs. Vietnam (July 5, 2024) // 2024 FIVB Women’s Volleyball Challenger Cup

Game Highlights: Alas Pilipinas vs. Vietnam

Game highlights between Philippines and Vietnam in the quarterfinals of the 2024 FIVB Women’s Volleyball Challenger Cup will be added once available.

Game Preview: Alas Pilipinas vs. Vietnam

The Philippine women’s volleyball team, Alas Pilipinas, gears up for a challenging encounter against Southeast Asian powerhouse Vietnam in the knockout stage of the FIVB Women’s Volleyball Challenger Cup today, Friday, July 5th, at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium. The crucial match is set for a 6:30 PM start.

Fresh off their impressive bronze medal finish at the AVC Challenge Cup last May, Alas Pilipinas enters this match brimming with confidence. They aim to capitalize on this momentum and pull off a major upset against Vietnam. The win-or-go-home format of the tournament adds even more weight to this crucial encounter.

Heading the charge for Alas Pilipinas is the dynamic duo of Jia Morado-De Guzman (AVC Challenge Cup Best Setter) and Angel Canino (Best Opposite Spiker). Adding firepower to the team are Creamline Cool Smashers standout Jema Galanza and the two-time UAAP MVP Bella Belen.

The supporting cast is equally impressive, boasting projected Premier Volleyball League (PVL) 2024 top pick Thea Gagate, along with Fifi Sharma, Sisi Rondina, EYa Laure, Faith Nisperos, and many more talented players.

Vietnam presents a formidable challenge. Led by AVC Challenge Cup MVP Nguyen Thi Bich Tuyen, the team also boasts strong contenders like Le Thanh Thuy, top libero Nguyen Khanh Dang, and veteran Thi Thanh Thuy Tran. Their experience and talent make them a force to be reckoned with.

Only one team from the eight participating nations, including Argentina, Belgium, Czech Republic, Kenya, Puerto Rico, and Sweden, will secure the coveted ticket to the prestigious Volleyball Nations League next year. This single berth adds significant weight to every match, raising the stakes for Alas Pilipinas and Vietnam.

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