Archives | 11 Apr 2014
Enjoy ECL climax live on LAOLA1.tv
Two top quality table tennis matches from the Champions League will be broadcast LIVE and FREE on ETTU TV powered by LAOLA1.tv this weekend as the winner of the women’s Champions League will be declared and we find out which Russian team will be facing Po
Two top quality table tennis matches from the Champions League will be broadcast LIVE and FREE on ETTU TV powered by LAOLA1.tv this weekend as the winner of the women’s Champions League will be declared and we find out which Russian team will be facing Pontoise in the men’s final!
ETTU Champions League Men – Gazproma Orenburg – UMMC | 11.04.2014 13:20 CEST
Which of these two Russian giants will be facing AS Pontoise Cergy in the Men’s European Champions League final? At the moment the reigning Russian league champions have the advantage after they won 3-2 in front of their own fans. It was a rather off day for Orenburg, and their supporters will be hoping for a better performance from their players. One thing is for certain, this match will be full of quality table tennis as two real giants of the sport at the moment face off. Orenburg are looking to win their 3rd Champions League title in a row and will need to play some of their best table tennis if they want to keep this dream alive.
Join the coverage at 12:20 CET on Friday afternoon here to find out if UMMC can end Orenburg’s dominance in this competition.
Full matches from the 1st leg here
ETTU Champions League Women – Fenerbahce Sport Club – TTC Berlins Eastside | 13.04.2014 13:00 CEST
It is all set up perfectly for the 2nd leg of the women’s final as Fenerbahce Sport Club welcomes TTC Berlin Eastside to Istanbul. The Germans were able to win 3-2 in Berlin in March and they know they will be treated to a fiery welcome in this 2nd leg as the Fenerbahce fan club will look to roar their team on to victory. It was an epic 1st leg in Berlin which could have gone either way. The German’s had the stronger nerves though as Irene Ivancan put on a hero’s display to give her team the win. The Turkish club know that the pressure is on and that they will have to play their best table tennis of the season so far if they want to get their hands on the Champions League gold. It is difficult to call a favourite in this one, the home advantage may help Fenerbahce, but if Berlin can get an early match under their belts then the atmosphere may work in their favour.
Join us on Sunday afternoon here to see who will be crowned champions of Europe in the ETTU Women’s European Champions League.