AVC Club Volleyball Championship

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The AVC Club Volleyball Championship is a sport competition for club volleyball teams, currently held annually and organized by the Asian Volleyball Confederation, the Asia volleyball federation. From the year of 2004, the names of AVC Club Tournaments changed from "AVC Cup Men's/Women's Club Tournaments" to "Asian Men's/Women's Club Volleyball Championship". 2003 AVC Men's and Women's Club Tournaments were cancelled due to the outbreak of SARS.

Peace Cup[edit]

The competition started as the Peace Cup back in 1989 and the tournament was held annually until 1998. The first six editions hosted by Hiroshima, Japan.

Men[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1999
Details
China
Hefei
China
Sichuan Fulan
No playoffs South Korea
Samsung Fire
Iran
Paykan Tehran
No playoffs China
Chengdu Enwei
2000
Details
Thailand
Suphanburi
South Korea
Samsung Fire
3–1 Iran
Paykan Tehran
China
Jin Han Wang
3–1 Thailand
PTT
2001
Details
China
Shehong
South Korea
Samsung Fire
3–0 Japan
Suntory Sunbirds
China
Shanghai Cable TV
3–1 China
Sichuan Fulan
2002
Details
Iran
Tehran
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–1 Iran
Sanam Tehran
Kazakhstan
Atyrau
3–1 Qatar
Al-Rayyan
2004
Details
Iran
Tehran
Iran
Sanam Tehran
3–0 Iran
Paykan Tehran
Kazakhstan
Atyrau
3–0 China
Shanghai Oriental
2005
Details
Pakistan
Islamabad
Kazakhstan
Rahat CSKA
No playoffs Iran
Saipa Tehran
China
Shanghai Oriental
No playoffs Pakistan
Habib Bank Limited
2006
Details
Vietnam
Hanoi
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–1 Kazakhstan
Rahat CSKA
Indonesia
Jakarta BNI Taplus
3–2 Thailand
Army
2007
Details
Bahrain
Manama
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–0 Saudi Arabia
Al-Hilal
Qatar
Al-Arabi
3–1 Bahrain
Al-Najma
2008
Details
Kazakhstan
Almaty
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–1 Kazakhstan
Almaty
Japan
Suntory Sunbirds
3–2 United Arab Emirates
Al-Nasr
2009
Details
United Arab Emirates
Dubai
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–0 Saudi Arabia
Al-Hilal
Qatar
Al-Arabi
3–0 United Arab Emirates
Al-Nasr
2010
Details
China
Zhenjiang
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–1 Qatar
Al-Arabi
Japan
Panasonic Panthers
3–0 China
Shanghai Tang Dynasty
2011
Details
Indonesia
Palembang
Iran
Paykan Tehran
3–0 Kazakhstan
Almaty
China
Shanghai Tang Dynasty
3–0 Japan
Osaka Blazers Sakai
2012
Details
China
Shanghai
Qatar
Al-Arabi
3–1 China
Shanghai Tang Dynasty
Iran
Kalleh Mazandaran
3–0 Kazakhstan
Almaty
2013
Details
Iran
Tehran
Iran
Kalleh Mazandaran
3–0 Qatar
Al-Rayyan
Chinese Taipei
Taiwan Power Company
3–0 China
Liaoning
2014
Details
Philippines
Pasay
Iran
Matin Varamin
3–1 Qatar
Al-Rayyan
China
Beijing BAIC Motors
3–0 Kazakhstan
Kondensat-Zhaikmunay
2015
Details
Taiwan
Taipei

Titles by country[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Iran 10 4 2 16
2  South Korea 2 1 0 3
3  Kazakhstan 1 3 2 6
 Qatar 1 3 2 6
5  China 1 1 5 7
6  Saudi Arabia 0 2 0 2
7  Japan 0 1 2 3
8  Chinese Taipei 0 0 1 1
 Indonesia 0 0 1 1
Total 15 15 15 45

Women[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1999
Details
Thailand
Ubon Ratchathani
South Korea
LG Caltex
No playoffs Thailand
Aero Thai
China
Shanghai Cable TV
No playoffs Kazakhstan
Alma Dinamo
2000
Details
China
Shaoxing
China
Shanghai Cable TV
No playoffs Japan
NEC Red Rockets
China
Zhejiang Nandu
No playoffs South Korea
Hyundai E&C Greenfox
2001
Details
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
China
Shanghai Cable TV
3–2 Japan
Hisamitsu Springs
Thailand
Aero Thai
3–1 Kazakhstan
Rahat CSKA
2002
Details
Thailand
Bangkok
Japan
Hisamitsu Springs
3–0 Thailand
BEC World
Kazakhstan
Rahat Almaty
3–1 China
Shanghai Cable TV
2004
Details
Kazakhstan
Almaty
Kazakhstan
Rahat Almaty
No playoffs China
Bayi Yiyang
Chinese Taipei
Chung Shan
No playoffs Kazakhstan
Astana Kanaty
2005
Details
Vietnam
Ninh Bình
China
Tianjin Bridgestone
No playoffs Chinese Taipei
Chung Shan
South Korea
Korea Highway Corporation
No playoffs Kazakhstan
Rahat CSKA
2006
Details
Philippines
Manila
China
Tianjin Bridgestone
No playoffs Chinese Taipei
Chung Shan
Thailand
Sang Som
No playoffs Kazakhstan
Rahat CSKA
2007
Details
Vietnam
Vĩnh Yên
Kazakhstan
Rahat CSKA
No playoffs Thailand
Sang Som
Japan
Hisamitsu Springs
No playoffs North Korea
Sobaeksu
2008
Details
Vietnam
Vĩnh Yên
China
Tianjin Bridgestone
3–2 Thailand
Sang Som
Japan
Toray Arrows
3–2 North Korea
Sobaeksu
2009
Details
Thailand
Nakhon Pathom
Thailand
Federbrau
3–2 China
Tianjin Bridgestone
Japan
Toray Arrows
3–2 Kazakhstan
Zhetyssu Almaty
2010
Details
Indonesia
Gresik
Thailand
Federbrau
3–1 Kazakhstan
Zhetyssu Almaty
Japan
JT Marvelous
3–2 China
Tianjin Bridgestone
2011
Details
Vietnam
Vĩnh Yên
Thailand
Chang
3–0 China
Tianjin Bridgestone
Kazakhstan
Zhetyssu Almaty
3–0 Vietnam
Thông tin Liên Việt Post Bank
2012
Details
Thailand
Nakhon Ratchasima
China
Tianjin Bridgestone
3–2 Japan
Toray Arrows
Thailand
Chang
3–0 Kazakhstan
Zhetyssu Almaty
2013
Details
Vietnam
Buôn Ma Thuột
China
Guangdong Evergrande
3–1 Kazakhstan
Zhetyssu Almaty
Japan
PFU BlueCats
3–0 North Korea
Bo Tong Gang
2014
Details
Thailand
Nakhon Pathom
Japan
Hisamitsu Springs
3–0 China
Tianjin Bohai Bank
Kazakhstan
Zhetyssu Taldykorgan
3–0 Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
2015
Details
Vietnam
Hà Nam

Titles by country[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 7 4 2 13
2  Thailand 3 4 3 10
3  Japan 2 3 5 10
4  Kazakhstan 2 2 3 7
5  South Korea 1 0 1 2
6  Chinese Taipei 0 2 1 3
Total 15 15 15 45

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