Men's European Volleyball League

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Men's European Volleyball League
SportVolleyball
Founded2004
ContinentEurope (CEV)
Most recent
champion(s)
 Estonia (2nd title)
Most titles Estonia
 Netherlands
 Slovakia (2 titles)

The Men's European Volleyball League is a continental volleyball competition senior men's national volleyball teams of Europe, organized by the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV). Created in 2004, the competition serves as a qualifying tournament for the FIVB World League (until 2017) and to its successor the FIVB Nations League since 2018.

This event should not be confused with the other, more prestigious, continental competition for European national volleyball teams, the European Volleyball Championship.

Results summary[edit]

Year Finals hosts Final Third place match
(or losing semi-finalists)
Teams
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2004
Details
Czech Republic
Opava

Czech Republic
3–1
Russia

Netherlands
3–1
Germany
8
2005
Details
Russia
Kazan

Russia
3–0
Finland

Spain
3–1
Turkey
8
2006
Details
Turkey
İzmir

Netherlands
3–1
Croatia

Greece
3–2
Turkey
8
2007
Details
Portugal
Portimão

Spain
3–2
Portugal

Slovakia
3–1
Slovenia
12
2008
Details
Turkey
Bursa

Slovakia
3–1
Netherlands

Turkey
3–2
Germany
9
2009
Details
Portugal
Portimão

Germany
3–2
Spain

Portugal
3–0
Slovakia
12
2010
Details
Spain
Guadalajara

Portugal
3–1
Spain

Turkey
3–2
Romania
8
2011
Details
Slovakia
Košice

Slovakia
3–2
Spain

Slovenia
3–0
Romania
12
2012
Details
Turkey
Ankara

Netherlands
3–2
Turkey

Spain
3–1
Slovakia
10
2013
Details
Turkey
Marmaris

Belgium
3–0
Croatia

Czech Republic
3–1
Turkey
12
2014
Details
Two-legged tie
Montenegro
5–1 (agg.)
(3–2, 3–1)

Greece
 Slovenia and  Macedonia 10
2015
Details
Poland
Wałbrzych

Slovenia
3–0
Macedonia

Poland
3–0
Estonia
12
2016
Details
Bulgaria
Varna

Estonia
3–0
Macedonia

Austria
3–0
Bulgaria
8
2017
Details
Denmark
Gentofte

Ukraine
3–1
Macedonia

Sweden
3–1
Denmark
8
2018
Details
Czech Republic
Karlovy Vary

Estonia
3–0
Czech Republic

Turkey
3–2
Portugal
20
2019
Details
Estonia
Tallinn

Turkey
3–0
Belarus

Netherlands
3–0
Estonia
20

Medals summary[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Netherlands2125
2 Slovakia2013
3 Estonia2002
4 Spain1326
5 Turkey1135
6 Czech Republic1113
 Portugal1113
8 Russia1102
9 Slovenia1023
10 Belgium1001
 Germany1001
 Montenegro1001
 Ukraine1001
14 North Macedonia0314
15 Croatia0202
16 Greece0112
17 Belarus0101
 Finland0101
19 Austria0011
 Poland0011
 Sweden0011
Totals (21 nations)16161749

MVP by edition[edit]

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