25. 07. 2020

Names of all clubs competing in next edition of men’s and women’s Superliga published

Source: cbv.com.br; Photo: esporteemidia.com

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The Brazilian Volleyball Confederation (CBV) released the list of clubs that fulfilled the requirements for enrollment in the next edition of the men’s and women’s championship.


The next Brazilian Championship, 2020/21 Superliga Banco do Brasil, for men and women will have 24 teams in total, 12 for each gender. The final list of participants was determined after the meetings between the CBV and clubs, analysis of documents, and payment of enrollment.

Women’s teams that met the requirements: Sesi Vôlei Bauru, Brasília Vôlei, Curitiba Vôlei, Fluminense, Itambé/Minas, Osasco/Audax/São Cristóvão Saúde, Pinheiros, Dentil/Praia Clube, São José dos Pinhais, Sesc RJ Flamengo, São Paulo/Barueri and São Caetano.

For men, these are Apan/Eleva/Blumenau, Minas Tênis Clube, Vôlei UM Itapetininga, Montes Claros América Vôlei, Caramuru Vôlei, Sada Cruzeiro, EMS Taubaté Funvic, Sesi-SP, Azulim/Gabarito/Uberlândia, Vedacit Vôlei Guarulhos, Pacaembu Ribeirão and Vôlei Renata.



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