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Women's Top Volley International

The Women's Top Volley International is an international women's volleyball club cup competition played annually in Basel, Switzerland.

Format

In 2006, the competition was contested by six clubs. In the first round, the clubs were divided in two groups of three clubs each. The club's played against the other teams of their respective groups once. The two best placed teams of each group advanced to the semifinals. The clubs eliminated in the first round disputed the fifth place playoff. The clubs defeated in the semifinals disputed the third place playoff. The semifinal winners disputed the final.

List of champions

Year Champion Runner-up
1989 1.VC Schwerte
 Germany
Racing Club de France
 France
1990 Racing Club de France
 France
SC Uni Basel
  Switzerland
1991 Aurora Riga
 Latvia
Brother Martinu
 Netherlands
1992 Aurora Riga
 Latvia
BTV Luzern
  Switzerland
1993
January
Aurora Riga
 Latvia
BTV Luzern
  Switzerland
1993
December
Racing Club de Cannes
 France
BTV Luzern
  Switzerland
1994 VC Camagüey
 Cuba
CJD Berlin
 Germany
1995 Racing Club de Cannes
 France
CSKA Moscow
 Russia
1996 Foppapedretti Bergamo
 Italy
Racing Club de Cannes
 France
1998
January
Foppapedretti Bergamo
 Italy
ISKRA Lugansk
 Ukraine
1998
December
CSKA Moscow
 Russia
Racing Club de Cannes
 France
1999 Racing Club de Cannes
 France
Minetti Vicenza
 Italy
2001 Minetti Vicenza
 Italy
Racing Club de Cannes
 France
2002 Racing Club de Cannes
 France
Minas
 Brazil
2003 Uralochka Yekaterinburg
 Russia
Minetti Vicenza
 Italy
2004 Osasco
 Brazil
Voléro Zürich
  Switzerland
2005 Racing Club de Cannes
 France
Dynamo Moscow
 Russia
2006 Rio de Janeiro
 Brazil
Grupo 2002 Murcia
 Spain
2007 Voléro Zürich
  Switzerland
Winiary Kalisz
 Poland
2008 VakıfBank Istanbul
 Turkey
Metal Galaţi
 Romania
2009 Rio de Janeiro
 Brazil
Racing Club de Cannes
 France
2010 Voléro Zürich
  Switzerland
Vôlei Futuro
 Brazil
2011 Rabita Baku
 Azerbaijan
Racing Club de Cannes
 France
2012 Racing Club de Cannes
 France
SESI-SP
 Brazil

Titles by team

Club Country Titles
Racing Club de Cannes  France 6
Aurora Riga  Latvia 3
Foppapedretti Bergamo  Italy 2
Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 2
Voléro Zürich   Switzerland 2
1.VC Schwerte  Germany 1
Minetti Vicenza  Italy 1
CSKA Moscow  Russia 1
Osasco  Brazil 1
Racing Club de France  France 1
Uralochka Yekaterinburg  Russia 1
VakıfBank Istanbul  Turkey 1
VC Camagüey  Cuba 1
Rabita Baku  Azerbaijan 1

Titles by country

Country Titles
 France 7
 Brazil 3
 Italy 3
 Latvia 3
 Russia 2
  Switzerland 2
 Azerbaijan 1
 Cuba 1
 Germany 1
 Turkey 1

External links

  • (German) (English) Women's Top Volley International Official Website
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