Vietnam women's national volleyball team

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Association Vietnam Volleyball Association
Confederation AVC
Head coach Pham Van Long.
FIVB ranking 44 (as of July 2014)
Website http://www.vfv.org.vn/
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The Vietnam women's national volleyball team represents Vietnam in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches.

One of their greatest successes was at the 2012 Asian Women's Cup Volleyball Championship in Kazakhstan, when they the team took fourth place in the overall-rankings.

2012 Asian Women's Cup Volleyball Championship[edit]

Vietnam qualified for the 2012 Asian Women's Cup Volleyball Championship as the best seventh team in the 2011 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship.

In the 2012 Asian Women's Cup Volleyball Championship, Vietnam had been placed on Group B with China, Japan, Iran. Vietnam finished second in the Group. In the quarter-finals, Vietnam faced Korean who has taken fourth place at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Hoa scored 31 points in this thrilling game in which Korea were beaten by 3-2. It was their first win over Korea as far as AVC games are concerned. The Vietnamese were outplayed by Thailand in the semi-finals. On 16 September 2012, Vietnam were beaten by the host Kazakhstan 0-3 in the bronze medal match. In the overall-rankings, Vietnam took fourth place.

This success encourages the players to take part in the next tournaments, and get the higher success.

Results[edit]

Asian Cup Volleyball Championship[edit]

Asian Cup Volleyball Championship
Year Position
Thailand 2008 5th place
China 2010 7th place
Kazakhstan 2012 4th place
Total

VTV Cup[edit]

VTV Cup Records
Year Position
Vietnam 2004 4th place
Vietnam 2005 2nd place
Vietnam 2006 2nd place
Vietnam 2007 1st place
Vietnam 2008 3rd place
Vietnam 2009 1st place
Vietnam 2010 1st place
Vietnam 2011 3rd place
Vietnam 2012 4th place
Vietnam 2013 2nd place
Vietnam 2014 1st place
Total 4 gold, 3 silver,2 bronze

Squad[edit]

2013[edit]

The following is the Vietnamese squad in the women's volleyball team in 2013

Shirt No. Name Club Position Year of Birth Height Spike Block
1 Bùi Vũ Thanh Tuyền (L) Vietnam Vietsovpetro Libero 1991 165 275 260
2 Âu Hồng Nhung Vietnam Thông tin Liên Việt Bank Outside hitter 1993 172 295 285
3 Hà Thị Hoa Vietnam Ngân hàng công thương Setter 1984 175 286 280
4 Nguyễn Thị Kim Liên (L) Thailand Idea Khonkaen Libero 1993 155 270 258
5 Phạm Kim Huệ Vietnam Ngân hàng công thương Middle blocker 1982 182 302 290
6 Đinh Thị Trà Giang Vietnam Vietsovpetro Middle blocker 1992 182 300 290
7 Phạm Thị Yến Vietnam Thông tin Liên Việt Bank Opposite 1985 178 305 290
8 Đỗ Thị Minh Thailand Idea Khonkaen Outside hitter 1988 173 300 290
9 Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Hoa Captain sports.svg Thailand Ayutthaya A.T.C.C. Middle blocker 1987 183 308 295
10 Hà Ngọc Diễm Vietnam Truyền hình Vĩnh Long Opposite 1994 177 310 295
11 Nguyễn Thị Xuân Vietnam Ngân hàng công thương Outside hitter 1986 180 295 287
12 Dương Thị Nhàn Vietnam VTV Bình Điền Long An Outside hitter 1995 175 292 285
15 Tạ Thị Diệu Linh (L) Vietnam Thông tin Liên Việt Bank Libero 1990 165 280 265
16 Bùi Thị Ngà Vietnam Thông tin Liên Việt Bank Middle blocker 1994 187 307 300
18 Đào Thị Huyền Vietnam Thông tin Liên Việt Bank Setter 1988 170 290 284

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