FIVB Volleyball Nations League Finals matches to follow today

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The championship is no longer a possibility for the United States, but it still can win the nation’s fourth all-time bronze medal at the FIVB Volleyball Nations League.

The United States following its five-game semifinal loss against France will play Brazil in the bronze-medal match on Sunday. Check out all the Volleyball Nations League Finals match to follow on Sunday and how to follow them live.

Bronze-medal match

United States (1-2) vs. Brazil (1-2)
Match vitals:
5 p.m. (10 a.m. CST) in Lille, France
Follow live: Live stats, Pay-per-view online video, In-match tweets
Preliminary round record: United States (11-4, 33 points); Brazil (10-5, 30 points)
Series record: Brazil leads 1-0
Previous World League/Nation League bronze medals: United States (1992, 2007, 2015); Brazil (1990, 1994, 1999, 2000)
NCAA players on U.S. roster: TJ DeFalco (Long Beach State); Kyle Ensing (Long Beach State); Matt Anderson (Penn State 2006-08); Micah Christenson (USC 2012-15); Max Holt (Penn State 2006-09); Jeff Jendryk (Loyola 2015-18); Dan McDonnell (UC Irvine 2011-12); Ben Patch (BYU 2013, 2016-17) Aaron Russell (Penn State 2012-15); Taylor Sander (BYU 2011-14); Kawika Shoji (Stanford 2007-10); Erik Shoji (Stanford 2009-12); David Smith (UC Irvine 2004-07); Dustin Watten (Long Beach State 2005-09)
NCAA players on Brazil roster: None

Championship match

France (3-0) vs. Russia (3-0)
Match vitals:
8:45 p.m. (1:45 p.m. CST) in Lille, France
Follow live: Live stats, In-match tweets
Preliminary round record: France (12-3, 35 points); Russia (11-4, 34 points)
Series record: France leads 1-0
Previous World League/Nation League titles: France (2015, 2017); Russia (2002, 2011, 2013)
NCAA players on France roster: Kevin Tillie (UC Irvine 2012-13)
NCAA players on Russia roster: None