South American Volleyball Club Championship

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The South American Club Championship is a men's and women's indoor volleyball competition contested between the champion clubs from the South American confederation. The winning team each year qualifies to the FIVB Volleyball Club World Championship.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Host Final 3rd place match
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd place Score 4th place
2009 Brazil
Florianópolis
Brazil
Cimed Florianópolis[1]
3–2 Brazil
Brasil Vôlei Clube
Brazil
Sada Cruzeiro
3–1 Brazil
Vivo/Minas
2010 Argentina
Bolívar
Argentina
Drean Bolívar[2]
3–2 Brazil
Cimed Florianópolis
Argentina
UPCN San Juan
3–1 Paraguay
Deportivo Cólon
2011 Brazil
São Paulo
Brazil
SESI São Paulo[3]
3–0 Argentina
UPCN San Juan
Chile
Universidad Católica
3–2 Peru
Club Peerless
2012 Chile
Linares
Brazil
Sada Cruzeiro
3–1 Argentina
UPCN San Juan
Venezuela
Huracanes de Bolivar
3–1 Chile
Club Linares
2013 Brazil
Belo Horizonte
Argentina
UPCN San Juan
3–0 Brazil
Vivo/Minas
Brazil
RJX
3–0 Argentina
Buenos Aires Unidos
2014 Brazil
Belo Horizonte
Brazil
Sada Cruzeiro
3–2 Argentina
UPCN San Juan
Brazil
Vivo/Minas
3–0 Argentina
Boca Juniors

Women[edit]

Year Host Final 3rd place match
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd place Score 4th place
2009 Peru
Lima
Brazil
Sollys/Osasco[4]
3–1 Brazil
Unilever
Argentina
Boca Juniors
3–2 Peru
Regatas Lima
2010 Peru
Lima
Brazil
Sollys/Osasco
round robin Peru
Deportivo Géminis
Argentina
Banco de la Nación
round robin Chile
Universidad Católica
2011 Brazil
Osasco
Brazil
Sollys/Nestle[5]
round robin Chile
Universidad Católica
Bolivia
Universidad San Francisco Xavier
round robin Paraguay
Sport Club Venezuela
2012 Brazil
Osasco
Brazil
Sollys/Nestle
round robin Argentina
Boca Juniors
Bolivia
Universidad Católica
round robin Paraguay
Sport Club Venezuela
2013 Peru
Lima[6]
Brazil
Unilever
round robin Peru
Universidad César Vallejo
Chile
Boston College
round robin Argentina
Vélez Sársfield
2014 Brazil
Osasco
Brazil
SESI SP
3–0 Brazil
Molico/Nestlé Osasco
Argentina
Boca Juniors
3–0 Peru
LNSV Club

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIVB (2009-10-11). "Cimed crowned kings of South America, book ticket to Doha". Florianopolis, Brazil. Retrieved 2012-08-31. 
  2. ^ FIVB (2010-11-01). "Drean Bolivar seal tickets to Doha". Bolivar, Argentina. Retrieved 2012-08-31. 
  3. ^ FIVB (2011-08-09). "Sesi-SP book place at Club World Championships". Sao Paulo, Brazil. Retrieved 2012-08-31. 
  4. ^ Zero Hora (2009-10-19). "Osasco é campeão do Sul-Americano feminino de clubes" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2011-10-17. 
  5. ^ CSV. "Sudamericano Femenino de Clubes 2011" (in Spanish). 
  6. ^ "CSV Calendar". 

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