Slovenian Volleyball League

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Slovenian Volleyball League
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1991
No. of teams 10
Country  Slovenia
Continent European Union CEV
Most recent
champion(s)
ACH Volley
Most titles ACH Volley (15)
TV partner(s) Sportklub
Relegation to 2. DOL
Domestic cup(s) Slovenian Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
CEV Cup
Challenge Cup
Official website Official website

The 1. DOL (Slovene: 1. državna odbojkarska liga) is the highest professional men's volleyball league in Slovenia. It is run by the Volleyball Federation of Slovenia.

Structure[edit]

1. DOL (highest level, 10 teams)

The competition in the 1. DOL consists in two parts and the play-offs. The first part takes in the form of two-circuit league. The second part of the league is divided into blue and green group. The blue group consists of the first six teams after the first part. The green group consists of teams which were ranked 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th after the first part. Play-off round is played in three stages (quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals and the match for third place). In the quarter-finals and semi-final opponents play on the two obtained match, in the finals on the three.[1]

2. DOL (second level, 12 teams, one promotion)
3. DOL – East (third level, 11 teams)
3. DOL – West (third level, 12 teams)

Current teams[edit]

Teams in the 2017–18

Location of teams in the 2017–18 Slovenian Volleyball League
Team Location Hall Capacity
ACH Volley Ljubljana Tivoli Hall 5,600
Calcit Volleyball Kamnik Kamnik Sports Hall 700
Črnuče ACH Črnuče GIB Sports Hall 400
GEN-I Volley Nova Gorica Športna Dvorana Milojke Štrukelj 1000
Hoče Hoče Hoče Sports Hall
Krka Novo Mesto Marof Hall 1,200
Maribor Maribor Tabor Hall 3,261
Panvita Pomgrad Murska Sobota OŠ I Sports Hall 1,500
Salonit Ahnovo Kanal Kanal Sports Hall 300
Triglav Kranj Kranj Planina Sports Hall 800

Performance by club[edit]

Club Champions Winning years
ACH Volley
15
2000, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Salonit Ahnovo
5
1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999
Calcit Volleyball
3
2001, 2002, 2003
Maribor
2
1992, 1993
Šoštanj Topolšica
1
2004
Fužinar
1
1998

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