Category: History

History of World Championships

First Men´s Volleyball World Championships was arranged in Prague on outside tennis courts in 1949. World Championship was the greatest volleyball event at this time, volleyball was included among olympic sports later....

History of European Cups

European Cups are played since 1960. Most successfull team in history was CSKA Moscow, winning 13 times Champions League. In 1990´s european cups were under Italian domination. In present time many european teams are...

History of European Championships

European Championships history starts in 1948. Untill now there has been 24 european tournaments. The most medals won the Soviet Union. Europe in global is the continent with the best  teams (Italy, Russia, Serbia &...

Volleyball on Olympic Games

International Olympic Committee included in 1957 volleyball among olympic sports. First time the volleyball has been played on Olympics in Japan 1964, participated ten mens teams and six womens. First time the Olympic winner was...

The FIVB History

The first serious activity aimed at the founding of FIVB was an informal meeting held at the Graf...

The Game Volleyball

Volleyball has come a long way from the dusty-old YMCA gymnasium of Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA, where visionary, William G. Morgan, invented the sport back in 1895. It has seen the start of two centuries and the dawn of a new...

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  • Eurovision Song Contest 2017
    Albania is first Country which unveiled song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwVQkQ6coAk
  • Turkish NT 2017
    Time to start a new thread for the new year! Today Guidetti was interviewed live in a terrible tv show in Trt spor. Very silly questions indeed such as asking him if such a slow Kubra should be changed to an opposite instead...His reply was, "no, Kubra has a Russian MB style and she can't […]
  • CEV European League 2017
    7 teams will participate in the 2017 edition. Pool A Albania Macedonia Sweden Pool B Denmark Hungary Israel Ukraine Macedonia and Albania will host the 2 tournaments in Pool A, whereas Ukraine and Hungary respectively will host the teams in Pool B