Pool's

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Pool A

  • DENMARK DENMARK
  • PORTUGAL PORTUGAL
  • SLOVAKIA SLOVAKIA
  • TURKEY TURKEY

Pool B

  • BELARUS BELARUS
  • CROATIA CROATIA
  • SPAIN SPAIN
  • UKRAINE UKRAINE

Pool C

  • BELGIUM BELGIUM
  • CZECH REPUBLIC CZECH REPUBLIC
  • ESTONIA ESTONIA
  • LATVIA LATVIA

The Golden League will again feature 12 teams per gender – with much at stake, including € 125,000 for the eventual winners in each gender and the right to contest – together with the gold medallists from the 2021 edition – the FIVB Volleyball Challenger Cup in the summer of 2022. There, a coveted ticket to join the international Volleyball elite in the 2023 Volleyball Nations League will be up for grabs.

The 12 participating teams, divided into three pools of four each, will contest a double round robin in their groups, starting on May 25. After completion of the pool phase on June 12, Croatia and Ukraine will be hosting the men’s and women’s Final Four respectively through June 18-19 – where the home favourites will be vying for top honours together with the three pool winners.

Documents

  • Official Communication
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  • FIVB Volleyball Rules 2017-2020
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  • CEV Volleyball Competitions Regulations 2021/2022
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Standings

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Matches Results Details Sets Points
Rank Team Total Won Lost 3-0 3-1 3-2 2-3 1-3 0-3 Pts Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
4 DENMARK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100.000 0 0 100.000
3 PORTUGAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100.000 0 0 100.000
1 SLOVAKIA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100.000 0 0 100.000
2 TURKEY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100.000 0 0 100.000

Results

Croatia

18-19 Jun

  • Venue: TBD
  • Teams: 4
  • Prize Money: TBD

Editions

European Golden League - Men is an annual competition for European national teams. Eligibility to participate is based on the CEV National Team ranking list or winning the previous season’s European Silver League. Teams participating in the FIVB Volleyball Nations League during the same season or finishing last in the previous season’s European Golden League are not eligible. The European Golden League is also a stepping stone on the road to qualifying for next season’s VNL. The European League was established in 2004. In 2018 it was transformed to the European Golden League. Estonia, the Netherlands and Slovakia have won the competition twice each. Turkey topped the podium in 2019, while the most recent winners are Turkey in 2021 (after the 2020 was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic).

CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2022 | Men CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2022 | Men
CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2021 | Men CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2021 | Men
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TURKEY TUR
CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2020 | Men CEV Volleyball European Golden League 2020 | Men
2019 CEV Volleyball European Golden League - Men 2019 CEV Volleyball European Golden League - Men
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TURKEY TUR
2018 CEV Volleyball European Golden League - Men 2018 CEV Volleyball European Golden League - Men
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ESTONIA EST
2017 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2017 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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UKRAINE UKR
2016 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2016 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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ESTONIA EST
2015 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2015 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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SLOVENIA SLO
2014 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2014 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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MONTENEGRO MNE
2013 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2013 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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BELGIUM BEL
2012 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2012 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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THE NETHERLANDS NED
2011 CEV Volleyball European League - Men 2011 CEV Volleyball European League - Men
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SLOVAKIA SVK
2010 CEV European League 2010 CEV European League
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PORTUGAL POR
2009 European League 2009 European League
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GERMANY GER
2008 European League 2008 European League
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SLOVAKIA SVK
2007 European League 2007 European League
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SPAIN ESP
2006 European League 2006 European League
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THE NETHERLANDS NED
2005 European League 2005 European League
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RUSSIA RUS
2004 European League 2004 European League
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CZECH REPUBLIC CZE