Women's Champions League- which teams are the favourites?

  • Written by Sebastian Lis


The FIVB Women’s WCH is in the past, and we are all waiting for the club season. However, despite the intrigues in the National Leagues, there is this competition where all the volleyball stars rise on an international level. Of course, we have in mind the Champions League.

Do you want to know which teams are our favorites in the groups of the Women’s CHL and what to expect from the tournament?

Then keep on reading!


Fate ungracious for many teams! Champions League pools drawn!

  • Written by Artur Skrzypczynski


The sounds of classical music had ceased to reign in Vienna on Friday’s evening. The city of Ludwig van Beetoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was conquered by volleyball atmosphere due to the annual Gala organized by European Volleyball Federation, where best players of the last season were singled out with financial awards. However, DenizBank Women’s and Men’s Champions League group stage drawing was the most substantive moment that evening. Moreover, André Meyer, CEV president, also presented a new official ball, allocated only to the Champions League competition.

The dust has settled after the battle - Final Four 2014 summary

  • Written by Artur Skrzypczynski


Emotions associated with the Champions League Final Four has already fallen so it is the best moment for a summary. The Cup of Europe flew away to Belgorod with players of Belogirie, who proved a peremptory supremacy on the Continent. Halkbank’s players, tournament hosts, did not come up to expectations set up in front of them before finals and this team probably will not be so strong in the nearest future. Jastrzebski Wegiel of Poland achieved a massive success having beaten Zenit Kazan in the bronze medal match climbed on the highest summit in club history, while Zenit is on the opposed pole in spite of having superpower ambitions.

Maxim Mikhaylov: We hope to repeat the success of Dinamo's ladies

  • Written by Victoria Georgieva
mikhaylov-maximThe opposite of Zenit (Kazan) Maxim Mikhaylov believes that his team could repeat the success of the girls of Kazan.
“Our game vs. Guberniya and the final in the Women’s Champions League were at the same time. Dinamo (Kazan) took the win.