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FIVB introduces changes for transfers of players and their recovery during international season

by WoV
source: fivb.com; Photo: fivb.com

The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) introduces several changes in its system of the players’ transfers.



The FIVB highlighted several key changes to its transfer system in accordance with the decision made at the recent meeting of the Board of Directors. All modifications are applied to Article 6 of the FIVB Sports Regulations named ‘Transfer of Players’.

Some of the most important changes (read them all here) are in regard to the International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and the treatment of players when summoned to the national teams’ groupings.

As for the first-mentioned change, from now on, the FIVB allows clubs and players to obtain multi-year ITCs for a club based on the length of the player contract (up to five seasons) with players’ ITCs being suspended for the duration of his/her national team duties.

As for the second-mentioned major change, the period of release of players for national team competitions that was 14 days before the start of the National Team Period (May 16 – October 15)  has been prolonged to 14 days after the National Team Period, giving more time to those players playing in both club and national team competitions to recover and prepare for the next season.



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