CEV President addresses open letter to Volleyball fans

After chairing a meeting of the CEV Board of Administration late last week resulting in the approval of a ‘Marshall Plan’ for European Volleyball worth € 11.5 million, CEV President Aleksandar Boričić has taken the time to pen an open letter to all Volleyball fans. It encourages fans to stick together – just like membersContinue reading “CEV President addresses open letter to Volleyball fans”

Scottish Beach Volleyball community celebrate past while building future

In a time where many would normally be making the final tweaks to their domestic Beach Volleyball programme before it gets underway in May, the Scottish Volleyball Association (SVA) are instead using these days to reflect on what they have achieved as a sport with the help of the Team Scotland media team.Over the lastContinue reading “Scottish Beach Volleyball community celebrate past while building future”

CEV postpones Beach Volleyball events in response to coronavirus pandemic

Further to the coronavirus pandemic and to the extensive measures adopted by national authorities to curb the spread of the disease, the CEV and the respective organisers have agreed to postpone two Beach Volleyball events initially scheduled for early June. This applies to the 2020 edition of #EuroBeachVolleyU22 due to take place in Vlissingen (NED)Continue reading “CEV postpones Beach Volleyball events in response to coronavirus pandemic”

Faroe Islands to unveil Volleyball stamps in the presence of CEV President

On Monday, CEV President Aleksandar Boričić will attend the release of two new Faroese stamps with Volleyball motives to celebrate 125 years since the ‘invention’ of Volleyball in the USA by William G. Morgan. Mr Boričić is himself is a passionate philatelist and has won several gold medals from international stamp exhibitions.“Volleyball is in myContinue reading “Faroe Islands to unveil Volleyball stamps in the presence of CEV President”

CEV President pays historic visit to Gibraltar

CEV President Aleksandar Boričić is currently paying a truly historic visit to the Gibraltar Volleyball Association. The CEV President arrived on the Rock on Monday afternoon following several productive discussions and meetings with Emma Labrador, President of the Gibraltar Volleyball Association. Ms Labrador accompanied the CEV President during his stay, with the agenda including meetingsContinue reading “CEV President pays historic visit to Gibraltar”

CEV and Malta Volleyball Association strengthen cooperation to grow the game

On Friday, CEV President Aleksandar Boričić had the pleasure of holding cordial talks with the newly elected President of the Malta Volleyball Association (MVA), Mr Edward Gatt and the MVA Vice-President, Mr Branko Vlahović, at the CEV President Office in Belgrade. It was a truly precious opportunity to strengthen the cooperation with the highest authorities fromContinue reading “CEV and Malta Volleyball Association strengthen cooperation to grow the game”

CEV launch second edition of #1DayMore4Volleyball

Many people still remember – and they do so fondly – February 29, 2016. It was a truly historic day for Volleyball when more than 49,000 people participated in #1DayMore4Volleyball playing as many as 4,500 matches across 551 cities all over Europe in 901 different venues! The 2020 edition will be taking the original conceptContinue reading “CEV launch second edition of #1DayMore4Volleyball”

Volleyball masterclasses inspire kids and coaches in Dublin

There have been a couple of very exciting days for Volleyball Ireland and especially for local young players and coaches in Dublin. On Thursday, Kristof De Loose, who has a wealth of experience working with youngsters back home in his native Belgium, delivered a Volleyball masterclass at Sutton Park in Dublin with players aged 12-13.Continue reading “Volleyball masterclasses inspire kids and coaches in Dublin”

Volleyball Ireland host first international event, want more of the same

Volleyball Ireland hosted this past weekend its first International Youth event in Gormanston College. The ‘Friendship Tournament’ featured the Danish club Farum og Halte, teams representing East and West Ireland, as well as representative sides from the Northern Ireland Volleyball Association. In total, over 180 players descended on County Meath for a weekend of five-setContinue reading “Volleyball Ireland host first international event, want more of the same”

CEV Schools Project returns to Cork

The CEV Schools Project returned to Cork this December, thus bringing additional schools with more players into Volleyball. The six-week project began at the end of October with an introductory training day for physical education teachers. This built a base knowledge and allowed the schools to spend the next five weeks preparing their students forContinue reading “CEV Schools Project returns to Cork”