Beach volleyball at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Women's qualification

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The qualification for the 2020 Women's Olympic beach volleyball tournament allocated quota places to 24 teams. A maximum of two teams per country were allowed to qualify.[1]

Qualification summary[edit]

Means of qualification
Date Venue Vacancies Qualified
Host Country[2] 7 September 2013 Argentina Buenos Aires 1  Japan
2019 World Championships 28 June – 7 July 2019 Germany Hamburg 1  Canada
Olympic Qualifers 18–22 September 2019 China Haiyang 2
FIVB Beach Volleyball Olympic Ranking[3] 15 June 2020 TBD 15
2018–2020 AVC Continental Cup Final TBD TBD 1
2018–2020 CAVB Continental Cup Final TBD TBD 1
2018–2020 CEV Continental Cup Final TBD TBD 1
2018–2020 CSV Continental Cup Final TBD TBD 1
2018–2020 NORCECA Continental Cup Final TBD TBD 1
Total 24


Host country[edit]

FIVB reserved a vacancy for the Olympics host country to participate in the tournament.

FIVB Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualification Tournament[edit]

The top two teams from the FIVB Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualification Tournament qualified.

World Championships[edit]

One team qualified from the 2019 World Championships.

Ranking[edit]

15 teams qualified from the Olympic Ranking.

Top 25 Rankings as of June 15, 2020
Rank Pair Points Qualified Comment
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25

Continental Cup[edit]

One winner from each Continental Cup qualified for the Olympics.

Africa[edit]

Asia and Oceania[edit]

Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

South America[edit]

References[edit]

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