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TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR THE 2022 FIVB VOLLEYBALL NATIONS LEAGUE


Tickets for the 2022 FIVB Volleyball Nations League (Philippine Leg) are now on sale to the public. VNL is set to take place in Quezon City, Philippines from June 14-19 (Women) and June 21-26 (Men).

You can find ticketing information and the link to buy tickets here. Alternative LINK

Prices start at ₱150 for general admission, while the upper box is worth ₱300.

Lower box is at ₱500, Patron A is at ₱1000,Patron B is at ₱1500, while courtside seat is at ₱2000.

The Philippines will host Pool 4 of the women’s tournament with three-time VNL champion and Tokyo Olympics gold medalist United States, Rio Olympics gold medalist China, Asian champion Japan, Southeast Asian powerhouse Thailand, European powerhouse Poland, Bulgaria and Canada.

Tokyo Olympics gold medalist France leads Pool 3 of the men’s division together with Slovenia, Japan, Italy, Argentina, the Netherlands and Germany.

Qatar to join the 2022 Men’s Volleyball Challenge Cup.

Qatar had been slected by FIVB to join the 2022 Men’s Volleyball Challenge Cup. The tournament will be held in Seoul, Korea from July 28 to 31. Other teams selected are host Korea, Tunisia, Turkey, Cuba and Chile.

The 2022 FIVB Volleyball Men’s Challenger Cup acts as a qualifier for the FIVB Men’s Volleyball Nations League.

2022 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship starts on April 24!

The 2022 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Semay, Kazakhstan will have 6 teams from 5 countries, with Kazakhstan being able to send 2 teams as the host, while the remaining 4 teams are from Thailand, Kyrgyzstan , Uzbekistan and Iran.

The participating clubs include the reigning champions Altay VC from Kazakhstan, Kuanysh VC also from Kazakhstan, Diamond Food- Fine Chef Sports Club, the 2020-21 Thailand Volleyball League champion, Iran’s Barij Essence, Kyrgyzstan VC (replacement team for JT Marvelous) and Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute from Uzbekistan.


📸 AVC
Diamond Food VC
Kuanysh VC (Kazakhstan)

Match Schedule:

(GMT+8)


April 24, 2022
1PM Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute (Uzbekistan) vs Diamond Food-Fine Chef Sports Club (Thailand)
4PM Altay VC (Kazakhstan) vs Kuanysh VC (Kazakhstan)
7PM Kyrgyzstan vs Barij Essence (Iran)

April 25, 2022
1PM Diamond Food-Fine Chef Sports Club (Thailand) vs Kuanysh VC (Kazakhstan)

4PM Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute (Uzbekistan) vs Barij Essence (Iran)
7PM Altay VC (Kazakhstan) vs Kyrgyzstan VC

April 26, 2022
1PM Barij Essence (Iran) vs Diamond Food-Fine Chef Sports Club (Thailand)
4PM Kuanysh VC (Kazakhstan) vs Kyrgyzstan VC
7PM Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute (Uzbekistan) vs Altay VC (Kazakhstan)

April 28, 2022
1PM Diamond Food-Fine Chef Sports Club (Thai) vs Kyrgyzstan VC
4PM Barij Essence (Iran) vs Altay VC (Kazakhstan)
7PM Kuanysh VC (Kazakhstan) vs Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute (Uzbekistan)

April 29, 2022
1PM Altay VC (Kazakhstan) vs Diamond Food-Fine Chef Sports Club (Thailand)
4PM Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute (Uzbekistan) vs Kyrgyzstan VC

7PM Barij Essence (Iran) vs Kuanysh VC (Kazakhstan)

April 30, 2022

1PM BATTLE FOR BRONZE
4PM BOTTLE FOR GOLD

31st SEA Games: Indoor Volleyball Match Schedule [UPDATED]


Men’s Indoor Volleyball Match Schedule

GMT+8

May 13

15:00 Indonesia – Myanmar

May 14

12:00 Philippines – Cambodia

18:00 Vietnam – Malaysia

May 15

15:00 Myanmar – Malaysia

18:00 Indonesia – Vietnam

May 16

15:00 Thailand – Philippines

May 17

15:00 Malayasia – Indonesia

May 18

12:00 Cambodia – Thailand

18:00 Vietnam – Myanmar


May 19

15:00 4A vs 3B


May 20

12:00 Rank 5 & 6

15:00 Semifinal 1

18:00 Semifinal 2

May 21

15:00 Battle for Bronze

May 22

17:00 Battle for Gold

Women’s Indoor Volleyball Match Schedule

GMT+8


May 13

12:00 Malaysia vs Philippines

18:00 Indonesia – Vietnam


May 14

15:00 Thailand – Philippines


May 15
12:00 Indonesia – Malaysia


May 16

12:00 Thailand – Indonesia

18:00 Vietnam – Malaysia


May 17

12:00 Philippines – Indonesia
18:00 Vietnam – Thailand


May 18

15:00 Malaysia – Thailand

May 19

18:00 Philippines – Vietnam

May 21

17:30 Battle for Bronze

May 22
21:30 Battle for Gold


FIVB Volleyball Challenger Cup is back!

The 2022 Volleyball Challenge Cup to be held in 🇰🇷 Seoul, Korea & 🇭🇷 Zadar, Croatia for men and for women!

Both events will be from July 28-31.

The winners of both competitions will be promoted to play in the 2023 FIVB Volleyball Nations League replacing the lowest ranked teams of this year’s VNL.

Jaja Santiago wins Best Blocker in Japan V.League

Jaja Santiago is the 2021/22 Japan V.League Division 1 Women’s Best Blocker. She also bagged the Fair Play Award with two green cards.

Congratulations, Jaja! Mabuhay ka!

Did you know that Jaja Santiago is the second player from Ageo Medics to win the Best Blocker Award since Erika Araki who won in seasons 2014/15 & 2015/16?

PVL Open Conference 2022 Dream Team 

MVP: Tots Carlos (Creamline)
Best Outside Hitter: Ces Molina (Cignal HD), Grethcel Soltones (Petro Gazz)
Best Middle Blocker: Roselyn Doria (Cignal HD) , Marivic Meneses (Cignal HD)
Best Setter: Gel Cayuna (Cignal HD)
Best Opposite: Tots Carlos (Creamline)
Best Libero: Daw Macandili (F2 Logistics)

FINALS MVP: Alyssia Valdez (Creamline)

Congratulations! 💪👏🎉

Final Pool Compostion for 31st Hanoi SEA Games Volleyball Events

Following the SEA Games rules and regulations, five women’s teams – Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia will play a single round-robin competition.

The seven men’s teams will be placed in Pool A  and Pool B in serpentine system and according to the results of the previous edition in 2019 in the Philippines.

Defending champions Indonesia and Myanmar, fourth place in 2019, will be in Pool A, while Philippines and Thailand will be in Pool B. Malaysia & Cambodia were drawn as the third team in Pool A and Pool B respectively. Host Vietnam chose to be in Pool A.

Zhu Ting posted on social media as the Chinese star spiker received a wrist surgery

2016 Olympic volleyball champion Zhu Ting is recovering from surgery to her right wrist, according to a her post on Chinese social media site Weibo.

“Surgery, plaster, big protector, small protector. Focus on recovery and feel the progress,” wrote Zhu.

The Chinese volleyball superstar led China to winning gold at the Rio Games in 2016 and back-to-back World Cup titles in 2015 and 2019, but struggled with a wrist injury at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, where the defending champions failed to advance to the knockout stage.