The Swedish Volleyball Federation is together with the organizers KFUM Örebro and Södertelge VBK ready to broadcast live from the top youth events Mikasa Challenge and the Swedish Junior Championships, thanks to a new cooperation with Solidsport.
For the fourth year in a row, this year's Junior Championchips in volleyball will be broadcasted live on 21-22 May, thanks to a collaboration between the organizer Södertelge VBK, the Swedish Volleyball Federation and Solidsport.
And now Mikasa Challenge together with the organizer KFUM Örebro chooses to follow in the same footsteps. Mikasa Challenge is played May 6-8 in Örebro and this year breaks records with over 300 youth teams in the classes Level 4 to Level 7. In total, over 1000 games are played on 56 pitches.
We’re very happy to be able to offer these live broadcasts. We know that there are many who want to follow these young players in our biggest youth competition.
All games in Level 7, the highest level, will be streamed on Solidsport. This means that fans and loved ones who can’t be present in the arenas can still follow the events. Live and on demand.
- We’re very happy to be able to offer these live broadcasts. We know that there are many who want to follow these young players in our biggest youth competition. Volleyball is growing strongly right now and thus the need to be able to follow the sport increases. Through this opportunity, we can now strengthen our relationship with everyone who wants to follow the Mikasa Challenge, says Ulric Svensson, communications manager at Swedish Volleyball.
– Volleyball is an upcoming sport on Solidsport, both in Sweden and Finland and we’re of course very excited to welcome Mikasa Challenge. This, together with the Junior Championships are two events that everyone knows about in the Swedish volleyball community and that now will be able to take everything to the next level with their own streaming channels, says Tobias Thalbäck, CEO of Solidsport.
Solidsport was founded with the vision of digitizing the sports community and making it possible to broadcast all games and events on all levels. That by creating a free and easy streaming platform that enables everyone to broadcast their sport live. Over 180 000 games and sporting events have been broadcasted on Solidsport, generating over 6 000 000€ in revenue to those thousands teams and clubs using the platform.