BVA Cup

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BVA Cup
Balkan Volleyball Association logo.jpg
SportVolleyball
Founded2008; 11 years ago (2008)
AdministratorBVA
CountryBVA members
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Men:
Turkey Tokat Belediye Plevne
(1st title)
Women:
Turkey Türk Hava Yolları
(1st title)
Most titlesMen:
Turkey Fenerbahçe &
Turkey İstanbul BBSK
(2 titles)
Women:
Turkey Beşiktaş
(4 titles)
Official websiteBalkan Volleyball

The BVA Cup (Balkan Volleyball Association Cup) is a volleyball competition contested by the respective national volleyball championship winning teams of nations in the Balkans. The tournament was founded in 2008 under the auspices of the Balkan Volleyball Association. The founders of the Balkan Volleyball Association are the volleyball federations of Bulgaria, Albania, Turkey, Greece, Serbia, Macedonia, Croatia, and Romania.[1] The winners of the BVA Cup get the right to play in the CEV Challenge Cup. The tournament is held in September.

Winners (men)[edit]

Year Winners Runners-up Third place
2008 Turkey İstanbul BBSK Greece AO Kifissia Romania Stiinta EXPL
2009 Turkey Fenerbahçe Greece Aris Serbia Partizan
2010 Serbia OК Ribnica Romania Stiinta EXPL Bosnia and Herzegovina Radnik
2011 Romania Universitatea Cluj Serbia Ribnica Kraljevo North Macedonia Skendija Tetovo
2012 Turkey İstanbul BBSK Serbia Partizan Romania Stiinta EXPL
2013 Turkey Fenerbahçe Grundig Albania Studenti Serbia Vojvodina NS
2014 Turkey Maliye Milli Piyango Romania Stiinta EXPL
2015 Serbia Spartak Ljig Romania CSM Bucharest Turkey Beşiktaş
2016 Turkey Galatasaray HDI Sigorta Serbia Spartak Ljig
2017 Turkey İnegöl Belediyespor[2] Romania CSM Bucharest Bosnia and Herzegovina OK Radnik Bijeljina
2018 Turkey Ziraat Bankası Bulgaria SCV Hebar Pazardzhik Romania CSM Bucuresti
2019 Turkey Tokat Belediye Plevne[3] North Macedonia OK GIO Strumica Albania KV Prishtina Volley

Winners (women)[edit]

Year Winners Runners-up Third place
2008 Turkey Beşiktaş Serbia TENT Obrenovac Bulgaria Levski Siconco Sofia
2009 Turkey Beşiktaş Serbia VC Klek Zrenjanin Romania CSU Medicina Tîrgu Mureş
2010 Romania V.C. Unic Turkey İLBANK Ankara Serbia VC Klek Zrenjanin
2011 Turkey Nilüfer Belediyespor Romania CSM Lugoj Serbia OOK Kolubara
2012 Turkey İLBANK Ankara Romania V.C. Unic
2013 Turkey Beşiktaş Romania CSM Lugoj Serbia Železničar Lajkovac
2014 Turkey İLBANK Ankara Romania CSM Târgoviște Bulgaria Maritza Plovdiv
2015 Turkey Trabzon İdmanocağı Serbia Železničar Lajkovac Bosnia and Herzegovina ŽOK Gacko
2016 Turkey Çanakkale BK Bulgaria Kazanlak Volley Montenegro AOK Rudar Pljevlja
2017 Serbia Železničar Lajkovac[4] Turkey Çanakkale BK Romania CS Dinamo Bucharest
2018 Turkey Beşiktaş Kosovo KV Drita GJILAN Romania CSM Lugoj
2019 Turkey Türk Hava Yolları[5] Romania CS Dinamo București Serbia Železničar Lajkovac

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External links[edit]

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