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Final Standings

Rank Team Country
1
Eczacibasi Dynavit ISTANBUL icon
Eczacibasi Dynavit ISTANBUL
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2
Allianz MTV STUTTGART icon
Allianz MTV STUTTGART
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3
CSM Volei Alba BLAJ icon
CSM Volei Alba BLAJ
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3
Mladost ZAGREB icon
Mladost ZAGREB
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5
ŁKS Commercecon ŁÓDŹ icon
ŁKS Commercecon ŁÓDŹ
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5
SSC Palmberg SCHWERIN icon
SSC Palmberg SCHWERIN
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5
Uralochka-NTMK EKATERINBURG icon
Uralochka-NTMK EKATERINBURG
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5
Volero LE CANNET icon
Volero LE CANNET
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9
AC PAOK THESSALONIKI icon
AC PAOK THESSALONIKI
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9
AJM FC PORTO icon
AJM FC PORTO
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9
Calcit KAMNIK icon
Calcit KAMNIK
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9
CV GRAN CANARIA icon
CV GRAN CANARIA
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9
TS Volley DÜDINGEN icon
TS Volley DÜDINGEN
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9
Unet e-work BUSTO ARSIZIO icon
Unet e-work BUSTO ARSIZIO
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9
VC OUDEGEM icon
VC OUDEGEM
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9
VK UP OLOMOUC icon
VK UP OLOMOUC
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17
A.O. THIRAS Santorini icon
A.O. THIRAS Santorini
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17
Asterix Avo BEVEREN icon
Asterix Avo BEVEREN
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17
Minchanka MINSK icon
Minchanka MINSK
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17
Nova KBM Branik MARIBOR icon
Nova KBM Branik MARIBOR
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17
Olympiacos PIRAEUS icon
Olympiacos PIRAEUS
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17
Proton SARATOV icon
Proton SARATOV
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17
PVK Olymp PRAHA icon
PVK Olymp PRAHA
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17
Swietelsky BÉKÉSCSABA icon
Swietelsky BÉKÉSCSABA
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About

CEV Cup - Women is the second-tier in Europe’s annual club competition structure. Teams from all CEV national federations can qualify for the CEV Cup via their domestic competitions, based on the CEV European Cups Ranking. The tournament started in 1972 as the Cup Winners Cup. In 2000, it was reorganised as the Top Teams Cup. Since 2007 it has been named CEV Cup.

CEV Cup History

Leaders

From 1973 through 1998, Russia’s CSKA Moscow won the trophy a record-high four times. Italy’s Yamamay e-work Busto Arsizio won the cup in the spring of 2019 after which the competition was unfortunately cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.  It was Italy's Saugella MONZA who claimed the title in 2021.

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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