V-League (South Korea)

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V-League
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015–16 V-League (South Korea)
Sport Volleyball
Founded 2005
No. of teams 7 (men)
6 (women)
Country South Korea (KOVO)
Most recent
champion(s)
Men:
Ansan OK Savings Bank Rush & Cash (2nd title)
Women:
Suwon Hyundai E&C (2nd title)
Most titles Men:
Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs (8 titles)
Women:
Incheon Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders
Daejeon KGC (3 titles)
Official website KOVO

The V-League is a South Korean club volleyball competition. V-League was founded in 2005 with seven men's clubs and six women's clubs.

Teams (2015-16)[edit]

Men's clubs[edit]

Location of teams in V-League (South Korea) Men's Clubs
Team Location Stadium Capacity
Ansan OK Savings Bank Rush & Cash Ansan Sangnoksu Gymnasium 2,285
Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers Cheonan Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium 5,482
Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium 6,000
Gumi KB Insurance Stars Gumi Park Chung-hee Gymnasium 6,277
Incheon Korean Air Jumbos Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium 4,270
Seoul Woori Card Hansae Seoul Jangchung Gymnasium 4,618
Suwon KEPCO Vixtorm Suwon Suwon Gymnasium 5,145

Women's clubs[edit]

Location of teams in V-League (South Korea) Women's Clubs
Team Location Stadium Capacity
Daejeon KGC Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium 6,000
Gimcheon Korea Expressway Hi-pass Gimcheon Gimcheon Gymnasium 5,145
GS Caltex Seoul KIXX Seoul Jangchung Gymnasium 4,618
Hwaseong IBK Altos Hwaseong Hwaseong Gymnasium 5,152
Incheon Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium 5,000
Suwon Hyundai E&C Suwon Suwon Gymnasium 5,145

Champions[edit]

Men's Champions[edit]

Titles By Season[edit]

Season Champions Runners-up
2005 Daejeon Samsung Fire Cheonan Hyundai Capital
2005–06 Cheonan Hyundai Capital Daejeon Samsung Fire
2006–07 Cheonan Hyundai Capital Daejeon Samsung Fire
2007–08 Daejeon Samsung Fire Cheonan Hyundai Capital
2008–09 Daejeon Samsung Fire Cheonan Hyundai Capital
2009–10 Daejeon Samsung Fire Cheonan Hyundai Capital
2010–11 Daejeon Samsung Fire Incheon Korean Air
2011–12 Daejeon Samsung Fire Incheon Korean Air
2012–13 Daejeon Samsung Fire Incheon Korean Air
2013–14 Daejeon Samsung Fire Cheonan Hyundai Capital
2014–15 Ansan OK Savings Bank Daejeon Samsung Fire
2015–16 Ansan OK Savings Bank Cheonan Hyundai Capital

Titles By Club[edit]

Club Champions Runners-up
Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs
8
3
Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers
2
6
Ansan OK Savings Bank Rush & Cash
2
0
Incheon Korean Air Jumbos
0
3

Women's Champions[edit]

Titles By Season[edit]

Season Champions Runners-up
2005 Daejeon KT&G Gumi Korea Highway Corporation
2005–06 Cheonan Heungkuk Life Gumi Korea Highway Corporation
2006–07 Cheonan Heungkuk Life Suwon Hyundai E&C
2007–08 Incheon GS Caltex Cheonan Heungkuk Life
2008–09 Cheonan Heungkuk Life Incheon GS Caltex
2009–10 Daejeon KT&G Suwon Hyundai E&C
2010–11 Suwon Hyundai E&C Incheon Heungkuk Life
2011–12 Daejeon KGC Suwon Hyundai E&C
2012–13 Hwaseong IBK Altos GS Caltex Seoul KIXX
2013–14 GS Caltex Seoul KIXX Hwaseong IBK Altos
2014–15 Hwaseong IBK Altos Seongnam Korea Expressway Corporation
2015–16 Suwon Hyundai E&C Hwaseong IBK Altos

Titles By Club[edit]

Club Champions Runners-up
Incheon Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders
3
2
Daejeon KGC
3
0
Suwon Hyundai E&C
2
3
GS Caltex Seoul KIXX
2
2
Hwaseong IBK Altos
2
2
Gimcheon Korea Expressway Hi-pass
0
3

Title Sponsors[edit]

Season Name
2005 ~ 2005–06 KT&G
2006–07 Hyundai Hillstate
2007–08 ~ present NH Nonghyup

External links[edit]