Chemik Police won a pair of matches through rounds five and six of the Polish Women’s League to remain on top of the league.
The Polish club saw two of its starters middle blockers go down with injury and had to go to the transfer market for an urgent back up
Radom finds a substitute for injured Dejan Vincicia
The team announced it will not further cooperate with the fan club after its outrageous behavior in a 2018 CEV Champions League qualifying match.
Polish players and coaches show strong criticism towards the Polish Volleyball Federation’s antics
The Slovenian national teamer is Bedzin’s hope at a better receiving line
Two teams continue their dominance in the Polish women’s league – Chemik Police and LKS Commerceon Lodz – who each have unblemished records so far.
After Thursday’s release of the full schedule for the 2017 FIVB Men’s Club World Championships, FIVB officially put tickets for…
Moscow, Russia will host the draw for group stage of the 2017-2018 men’s European Champions League on Friday, November 17th….
Three team’s remain unbeaten in the women’s Polish League so far this season – Grot Budowlani Lodz, Chemik Police and Developres SkyRes Rzeszow.