FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup is an international volleyball competitions. The first FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup was held on 1973. Below all the details of FIVB Women’s Volleyball world cup history .
FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup Info :
Sport : Volleyball
History : FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup
Founded : 1973
CEO : Ary Graca
Teams : 12
Continent : International [ FIVB ]
Most Recent Champion : China [ 4th Title ]
Most Titles : China & Cuba [ 4th Title ]
Official Website : FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup
Current Tournament : FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup 2019
Watch Here : Live Streaming
The first edition of the tournament won by the Soviet Union. In 1973, the first edition of this tournament Japan was the runner up and in 1977 won the Gold. In 1981 & 1985 China won the title. in 1989 Cuba won their first title.
Italy won the 2007 edition with outstanding performance and record of 11 wins in 11 games.
Now we talk about the FIVB Volleyball World Cup competition formula. In this tournament the following rules apply.
This competitions take place in Japan. A total of 12 teams participate in this competitions, ten qualified teams and two teams per invitation. Japan are always pre-qualified as host nation.
The top two teams qualify for the Olympics Games .The tournament follow the tight rules and regulations only 12 players are allowed and no replacement is permitted, even in the case of injuries.
Participating Nations – FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup
Most Valuable Player in FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup :
Year – Player Name – Country Name
1981 – Sun Jinfang (CHN)
1985 – Lang Ping (CHN)
1989 – Mireya Luis (CUB)
1991 – Caren Kemner (USA)
1995 – Mireya Luis (CUB)
1999 – Taismary Agüero (CUB)
2003 – Małgorzata Glinka (POL)
2007 – Simona Gioli (ITA)
2011 – Carolina Costagrande (ITA)
2015 – Zhu Ting (CHN)
Medal Summary – FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Cup