Brazilian League

Defending Champs Cruzeiro Shocked In Superliga’s Opening Round

One of the toughest male volleyball domestic leagues in the world has kicked off its competition this weekend

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Brazilian Superliga To Have A Record Number Of Foreigners This Season

Even amid the country’s serious economic crisis, Brazil’s Superliga still found room to a grow and continue to be one of the world’s premier volleyball competitions


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Olympic Gold Medalist Rodrigão Comes Out Of Retirement

Rodrigão will play/coach Santos FC in hopes of Superliga Promotion

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Sesi Beats Cruzeiro To Win Brazilian Supercup

Brazil’s Supercup gathered two of the country’s best teams, Sesi and Cruzeiro, in what served as a luxurious preview of what fans can expect in Superliga.

Taubaté Wins 5th Straight State Title In Game That Boasted 80-pt Set

Taubaté has just won its 5th straight State Championship in Brazil. But, perhaps none of its previous titles were as tough as this one.

Brazil’s Gian Moraes Resumes Career After Life Threatening Car Crash

Brazilian libero Gian Moraes has much to celebrate upon his debut with Caramuru Volleyball this week.

Kosheleva Enjoying Brazil’s Beaches, Anxious To Play For Bernardinho

Russian superstar Tatiana Kosheleva had a rough 2017-18, but things are already looking brighter for standout player

American Pros Shifting Away from England, Italy; Toward Germany

20 American men, including National Teamer Ben Patch (right, SCC Berlin), are signede to play in Germany for the 2018-2019 season.

Leila Elected Senator In Brazil – Tifanny And Others Not Elected

Tons of current and former athletes tried their luck in Brazil’s government elections this past weekend. In volleyball, it was no different

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8 Teams Set for 2018 Women’s Club World Championships?

The official Zhu Ting fan account on Weibo seems to confirm rumors of the 8 teams for the 2018 FIVB Club Volleyball Women’s World Championships.

Allison Sawatzky And Joslyn Hayes Talk About Brazilian Adventure

Allison Sawatzky and Joslyn Hayes traveled far from home to start off their professional careers, as they made their way…

Angela Leyva Extends Ties With Osasco

Peruvian women’s volleyball player Angela Leyva will be playing another season with Osasco Voleibol Clube in Osasco, São Paulo competing…

Superliga Winners Uberlândia To Invest Heavily On Asian-Style Training

Uberlândia Praia Clube is home to USA’s Nicole Fawcett and Carli Lloyd

First Trans Player In Brazil’s League, Tifanny Is Running For Congress

Tifanny really became a prominent public figure in Brazil after she broke into the country’s professional volleyball scene

Matt Hilling Makes the Move to Portugal

Matt Hilling will be playing in Portugal next season after finishing last year at Södertelge VBK in Sweden.

Price Jarman Will Start His Pro Career With Brazilian Club

Price Jarman will start his professional career with Vôlei UM Itapetininga in Brazil.

Katarzyna Skowronska Extends Ties With Brazil’s Hinode/Barueri

After many doubted she could still play at a high level due to her ACL surgery and long recovery time with Barueri, Skownronska proved she is still an offensive powerhouse.

Osasco Signs 2008 Olympic Games MVP Paula Pequeno

The 36-year-old 6’1″ outside hitter, who spent all of her pro career in Brazil, Russia, and Turkey is returning to Osasco, after a 10-year-absence. She is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, in 2008 and 2018 (MVP), and a two-time Grand-Prix winner, in 20105 (MVP) and 2008

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