South American Volleyball

Sesc Upsets Title Favorites Taubaté On Its Superliga Debut

Recently promoted Sesc/RJ upsets EMS Funvic/Taubaté on Round 1 of Brazil’s Men’s Superliga

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Brazilian Women’s 2017-2018 Superliga Preseason Rankings

This year’s Superliga boasts one of the deepest fields ever

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Final South American Worlds Qualifying: Still 3 Teams Alive

The Final Round of South American Qualifying for the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship in Arequipa, Peru has been…

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Brazilian Men’s Superliga Power Rankings

This year’s Superliga will be one of the deepest domestic leagues in the world.

Bernadinho’s Sesc/Rio Wins Brazilian Supercup

Nine Brazilian national teamers played in the star studded finals.

FIVB Volleyball Nations League to Make Debut in May 2018

As part of the FIVB’s 70th anniversary celebration in Paris, the organization announced the formation of the Volleyball Nations League, a 16-team, 130 match round-robin slate for men and women set to begin in May 2018. 

Sada Cruzeiro Beats EMS Taubaté To Win Brazilian Supercup

Sada Cruzeiro continues its dominance in Brazilian volleyball with another title.

S. America Women’s Qualifier: 4 Teams for 1 Ticket to Japan

After the South American Women’s Championship in August which was won by Brazil, the South American Volleyball Confederation (CSV) has…

Exclusive Interview: Dani Suco Talks About Sesi’s Superliga Hopes

The experienced Brazilian middle blocker talks about her experience helping Sesi get promoted to Superliga A and the team’s expectations for the upcoming 2017-2018 season.

More South American Volleyball

Bernardinho’s Move To Politics Could Harm Brazilian Female Volleyball

His rumored candidacy for Rio de Janeiro’s state government has some fans worried for the future of Brazil’s female volleyball

Brazilians Debut Fun Superhero-Themed Superliga Presentation TV Ad

Watch as Brazil’s Olympic stars turn into superheroes

The IOC Suspends Brazil’s Olympic Committee. Carlos Nuzman Arrested.

Carlos Nuzman has been the President of Brazil’s Olympic Committee for the last 22 years. He also presided over Brazil’s Volleyball Federation in the past, after being part of the first Brazilian male volleyball team at the 1964 Summer Olympics, when the sport debuted at the Olympic Games. He is part of the International Volleyball Hall of Fame.

Rio Do Sul Team Folds Only Days Before Brazilian Superliga Starts

Financial crisis or bad management? Regardless, just one year retired from hosting the Olympic Games, a tournament in which they won a gold medal with the men’s national team, Brazil’s precarious professional sporting scenario looks dire, and it has made another victim.

2018 Women’s World Championship Qualifying To Conclude This Month

The 2018 Women’s World Championships have decided 17 of their 24 spots so far for next year’s competition.

2018 Men’s World Championship Match Formula Announced

The 2018 Men’s World Championships are just under one year away from now, and the FIVB has announced the tournaments overall formula – how matches will take place. 

Five Teams Still Left To Qualify For 2018 Men’s World Championships

The qualification process for the 2018 Men’s World Championships is nearly complete with 19 of the 24 teams allotted for the competition set. 

The United States and Dominican Republic Qualify for 2018 Worlds

The United States and Dominican Republic have clinched spots at the 2018 FIVB World Championships as now they will meet in the NORCECA Men’s World Qualifier title match.

Sada Cruzeiro Defeats Personal Bolívar In Series Of Friendlies

Both teams will star in 2017 FIVB Men’s Club World Championship Tournament in December

2018 FIVB Women’s World Championship in Japan is Exactly One Year Away

Check out the 15 teams who have already secured a berth in the tournament. Team USA are the defending champions.