#CEVCupM

Final Standings

Rank Team Country
1
Vero Volley MONZA icon
Vero Volley MONZA
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2
TOURS VB icon
TOURS VB
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3
PGE Skra BELCHATOW icon
PGE Skra BELCHATOW
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3
Zenit KAZAN icon
Zenit KAZAN
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5
CDV Guaguas LAS PALMAS icon
CDV Guaguas LAS PALMAS
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5
ČEZ KARLOVARSKO icon
ČEZ KARLOVARSKO
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5
CSM Arcada GALATI icon
CSM Arcada GALATI
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5
Kuzbass KEMEROVO icon
Kuzbass KEMEROVO
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9
Galatasaray HDI ISTANBUL icon
Galatasaray HDI ISTANBUL
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9
MONTPELLIER HSC VB icon
MONTPELLIER HSC VB
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9
Neftohimik BURGAS icon
Neftohimik BURGAS
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9
Orion DOETINCHEM icon
Orion DOETINCHEM
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9
MODENA Volley icon
MODENA Volley
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9
SK ANKARA icon
SK ANKARA
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9
United Volleys FRANKFURT icon
United Volleys FRANKFURT
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9
Volley Haasrode LEUVEN icon
Volley Haasrode LEUVEN
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17
Amysoft Lycurgus GRONINGEN icon
Amysoft Lycurgus GRONINGEN
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17
Arkas IZMIR icon
Arkas IZMIR
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17
CHAUMONT VB 52 icon
CHAUMONT VB 52
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17
Chênois GENEVE icon
Chênois GENEVE
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17
CSS CNE Lapi DEJ-SCM ZALAU icon
CSS CNE Lapi DEJ-SCM ZALAU
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17
Decospan VT MENEN icon
Decospan VT MENEN
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17
Dinamo BUCURESTI icon
Dinamo BUCURESTI
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17
Foinikas SYROS Onex VC icon
Foinikas SYROS Onex VC
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About

CEV Cup - Men is the second strongest annual club competition in Europe. The participating teams qualify through their national championships and national cups according to the CEV European Cups Ranking of their national federations. The tournament was launched in 1972 under the name Cup Winners Cup. In 2000, it was transformed into Top Teams Cup before getting its current name CEV Cup in 2007.

CEV Cup History

Leaders

In the history of the competition, five teams have won the trophy three times each – Italy’s Piemonte Volley Cuneo, Leo Shoes Modena and Pallavolo Parma, Latvia’s Elektrotechnika Riga and Russia’s Dinamo Moscow. Another Italian team, Itas Trentino won the competition in 2019 before the competition was unfortunately cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.  In 2021 in was Dinamo MOSCOW (pictured) who took the title.

Documents

  • FIVB Volleyball Rules 2017-2020
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  • CEV Volleyball Competitions Regulations 2021/2022
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  • CEV Volleyball Cup - CEV Challenge Cup 2022
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