Hwaseong IBK Altos

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Hwaseong IBK Altos
화성 IBK기업은행 알토스
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Full name Hwaseong IBK Industrial Bank Altos Volleyball Team
화성 IBK기업은행 알토스 배구단
Short name IBK
Nickname Altos
Founded 2011
Ground Hwaseong Indoor Arena
Hwaseong, Republic of Korea
(Capacity: 5,152)
Owner South Korea Industrial Bank of Korea
Chairman South Korea Cho Joon-hee
Manager South Korea Lee Jung-chul
League South Korea V-League
2015−16 2nd
Website Club home page
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Hwaseong IBK Altos (Korean: 화성 IBK 기업은행 알토스) is a South Korean women's professional volleyball team founded in 2011 making it the youngest team in the league. In the 2012−13 V-League season, just one year after the team was founded, the club won both the regular season title, having won 25 out of 30 regular season games, and its first championship. The club became the first Korean professional sports team to win a championship title on just their second season. Since then, the Altos have won two more league titles, in 2013-14 and 2015-16 seasons and a championship title in the 2014-15 season. They are based in Hwaseong and are members of the Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO). Their home stadium is Hwaseong Gymnasium in Hwaseong.

Honours[edit]

V-League

  • Championship title (2) : 2012−13, 2014−15
  • Championship runners-up (2) : 2013−14, 2015-16
  • Regular season league champions (3): 2012-13, 2013-14, 2015-16

KOVO Cup

  • Winners (2) : 2013, 2015
  • Runners-up (2) : 2012, 2014

International[edit]

VTV International Women's Volleyball Cup

Season-by-season records[edit]

Hwaseong IBK Altos
League Season Rank Postseason Games Wins Loss Points
V-League 2011–12 4 Did not qualify 30 13 17 42
2012–13 1 Winner 30 25 5 73
2013–14 2 Runner-up 30 24 6 70
2014–15 1 Winner 30 20 10 56
2015–16 2 Runner-up 30 20 10 59

Notable players[edit]

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