The best pro teams will compete in China for the FIVB Women’s Volleyball Club World Championship from Dec. 4-9, 2018. Here is the full schedule of matches.
Serbia outlasted Italy in five sets to win its first ever FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship 2018 gold medal. Tijana Boskovic led the way with 26 points.
It’s an all-European affair as Italy takes on Serbia for the title. Choosing a winning side is difficult given how both teams are similarly constructed.
Serbia is through to their first-ever FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship Final. Here’s an analysis on how the won against the Netherlands.
Serbia, Netherlands, Italy, and China will compete for a slot for the FIVB Women’s World Championship 2018 title. Here’s a preview on each match.
Tijana Boskovic of Serbia solidified her case for FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship MVP with a masterful performance in their rematch with Japan.
What are the strengths and weaknesses of every Final Six team in the FIVB Women’s World Championship 2018? Which team has the best chance to win it all?
Coach of Serbia, Zoran Terzic, bets on the strongest names among Serbian players to compete in pre-Olympic tournaments. Who will make the final cut?
Milena Rasic found time to speak to Volleyverse about maintaining her great club and international career!
19-year old Serbian volleyball star and Volleyverse Fans Women’s Player of the Year in the spotlight – how has she made it that far?
A rising star has upstaged the biggest names in the women’s game to win the 2015 Fans’ women’s Player of the Year award.
We locked our panel of volleyball experts in a dark room and told them they couldn’t come out until they agreed on the Top 20 in 2015 & the Women’s Player Of the Year.
Both the men’s and women’s games are littered with burgeoning superstars, but which two young guns stood out from the crowd in 2015 to claim the Volleyverse Rising Star Awards.
The United States scored a dominant 3-0 (25-15, 25-11, 25-15) victory over Cuba on Day 8 to hold on to top spot at the FIVB Womens World Cup.
Serbia pulled off a major upset with a shock 3-2 (22-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-23, 15-12) victory over Russia on day seven of the FIVB Women’s World Cup.