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The best clubs in history of volleyball

The best clubs in history of volleyball

This summary shows clubs, which won the most national champion titles before 2011. This summary is no longer refreshed, but in Volleyball-Movies.net 3.1 there is ranking of the best men clubs in the history, which is refreshed every Monday. This ranking is based based on the positions of teams in tournaments, which have been added by registered users of Volleyball-Movies.net. Every tournament has rank and every place in tournament has own ratio, thereby team gain specified amount of ranking points by taking a specific place in the tournament.

There is also ranking of the best women clubs in the history. You could also find ranking of the best men national teams and best women national teams.


CHAMPIONS LEAGUE (1959-2011) Champions:
1. CSKA Moscow - 13
2. Pallavolo Modena - 4
3. Sisley Treviso - 4

Polish Champions (1929-2011)
1. AZS AWF Warszawa - 19
2. Legia Warszawa - 8
3. Skra Bełchatów - 7
4. AZS Częstochowa - 6
5. AZS Olsztyn - 5

Russian Champions (1933-2011)
1. CSKA Moscow - 36
2. Lokomotiv Belgorod - 7
3. Spartak Leningrad - 4
3. Dynamo Kazan - 4
5. Saint Petersburg - 2
5. Dynamo Moscow - 2

Greek Champions (1935-2011)
1. Olympiakosu Pireus - 24
2. Panathinaikos Athens - 18
3. Panellinios G.S. - 6
4. Iraklis Thessaloniki - 4
5. Milon - 2

French Champions (1938-2011)
1. Paris UC - 9
1. AS Cannes - 9
1. Stade Français - 9
4. Paris Volley - 8
5. Montpellier UC - 7

Belgian Champions (1945-2011)
1. Noliko Maaseik - 13
2. Brabo Antwerpen - 11
3. Ibis Kortrijk - 7
3. R. Ixelles SC - 7
5. Knack Randstad Roeselare - 6

Bulgarian Champions (1945-2010)
1. CSKA Sofia - 28
2. Levski Sofia - 15
3. Minyor Pernik - 7


Italian Champions (1946-2011)
1. Pallavolo Modena - 11
2. Sisley Treviso - 9
3. Pallavolo Parma - 8
4. Ravenna - 6
5. Firenze - 5

German Champions (1951-2011)
1. SC Leipzig - 25
2. VfB Friedrichshafen - 12
3. USC Münster - 8
4. Dynamo Berlin - 5
5. Munich 1860 - 4

Spanish Champions (1965-2011)
1. Unicaja Almería - 8
1. Pòrtol Palma de Mallorca - 8
3. CV Gran Canaria - 5
4. CD Numancia Voleibol - 3
4. CAI Teruel - 3

Turkish Champions (1970-2011)
1. Eczacıbaşı - 12
2. Halkbank Ankara - 5
3. Galatasaray - 4
4. Arçelik - 3
4. Erdemir Spor Kulübü - 3
4. NETAŞ - 3
4. İETT - 3

Brazilian Champions (1976-2011)
1. Vivo/Minas - 7
2. Banespa - 6
3. Santo Andre - 4
3. Cimed Florianópolis - 4
5. Ulbra/Sao Caetano - 3
5. Suzano - 3

» Comments (15)
fadel
fadel BH 5 years ago 0

Trentino team walking on the road to tournaments
Wilfredo_is_Marshall
Wilfredo_is_Marshall RS 5 years ago +1
Trentino will be making history!
luck191
luck191 PL 6 years ago 0
thanks for adding
Carlos
Carlos ES 6 years ago 0
In Spanish Champions: Cv Palma and Pórtol Palma de Mallorca is the same team!! CV Pórtol from Palma de Mallorca, called in other times Son Amar or Drac Palma
Kk15
Kk15 IT 6 years ago 0
And most of our best italian players, international top players few years ago, played there... Cisolla, Papi, Fei, Vermiglio...
NightFox
NightFox BG 6 years ago +1
It's not sad - It's a tragedy !
Kk15
Kk15 IT 6 years ago +2
That's really sad.

Don't misunderstand me, the topic is abslolutly nice, what I find really sad is that Treviso, 9 "scudetto" and 4 CL, will stop to exist...
How is that possible?!! ç_ç
chrison
chrison PL 6 years ago 0
Sekcję siatkówki kobiet rozwiązano w 2008 roku, a sekcję mężczyzn pod koniec czerwca 2009.
CSKA to najbardziej utytułowany klub w Europie.
Radeon
Radeon PL 6 years ago 0
Słyszałem, że siatkarskie CSKA Moskwa się rozpadło :( Wie ktoś więcej na ten temat?

Last edited by Radeon 6 years ago.

przemek16
przemek16 PL 6 years ago 0
Deutsche Volleyball Liga ?
chrison
chrison PL 6 years ago +1
Piko - OK, I will make summarize for Czech League, but tell me: Strakova akademie Praha, Vysokoškolský VK Praha, VS Marathon Praha, SK Philips Praha, SK Život Praha, ATK Praha, ÚDA Praha, Slavia VŠ Praha, Lokomotiva Praha, RH Praha ,Olymp Praha are one and the same club?

Last edited by chrison 6 years ago.

Piko
Piko CZ 6 years ago +1
And Czech league? The one you forgot
Rachel
Rachel BR 6 years ago +2
Very, very nice!!! I loved that!!!
That club, Banespa, is just unforgetable. Not only for the titles, but for the amazing work they did on discovering new talents for brazilian volleyball.
Just a few names of players that started on Banespa: Marcelo Negrão, Giovane, Ricardinho, Gustavo, Murilo, Rodrigão... It's too many, impossible to remember all
So many boys dreamed to play on that team, so many fans they still have on Brazil
I'm definitely one of them
RenanZ
RenanZ BR 6 years ago +1
Very nice..

Thanks for it !!!!
przemek16
przemek16 PL 6 years ago 0
thanks.

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