Volleyball at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament

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Men's Volleyball
at the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
1964 Olympics volleyball stamp of Japan.jpg
Venue Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
and Komazawa Volleyball Courts
Date 13–23 October
Competitors 120 from 10 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  Soviet Union
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Czechoslovakia
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Japan
1968 →
Olympic pictogram Volleyball.png

The 1964 Men's Olympic Volleyball Tournament was the 1st edition of the event, organized by the world's governing body, the FIVB in conjunction with the IOC. It was held in Yokohama and Tokyo, Japan from 13 to 23 October 1964.

Qualification[edit]

Means of qualification Date Host Vacancies Qualified
Host Country 26 May 1959 West Germany Munich 1  Japan
1962 World Championship 13–26 Oct 1962  Soviet Union 3  Soviet Union
 Czechoslovakia
 Romania
African Qualifier Dec 1963 United Arab Republic Alexandria 1  Morocco**
Asian Qualifier 22–30 Dec 1963 India New Delhi 1  South Korea
1963 European Championship 21 Oct–2 Nov 1963  Romania 1  Hungary
1963 Pan American Games* 21 Apr–3 May 1963 Brazil São Paulo 2  Brazil
 United States
Western European Qualifier Jan 1964 Belgium Brussels 1  Netherlands
Total 10
* Best North and South American team qualified for the Olympic Games.
**  Bulgaria replaced Morocco, who withdrew from the tournament.

Rosters[edit]

Venues[edit]

Main venue Sub venue
Japan Yokohama, Japan Japan Tokyo, Japan
Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium Komazawa Volleyball Courts
Capacity: 5,000 Capacity: 3,908
Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium.jpg No Image

Round robin[edit]

Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Soviet Union 17 8 1 25 5 5.000 415 279 1.487
2  Czechoslovakia 17 8 1 26 10 2.600 486 399 1.218
3  Japan 16 7 2 22 12 1.833 475 372 1.277
4  Romania 15 6 3 19 15 1.267 432 394 1.096
5  Bulgaria 14 5 4 20 16 1.250 464 429 1.082
6  Hungary 13 4 5 18 18 1.000 449 466 0.964
7  Brazil 12 3 6 13 23 0.565 410 474 0.865
8  Netherlands 11 2 7 11 24 0.458 378 482 0.784
9  United States 11 2 7 10 23 0.435 360 450 0.800
10  South Korea 9 0 9 9 27 0.333 376 500 0.752
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
13 Oct United States  3–0  Netherlands 15–10 15–13 15–6     45–29
13 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–2  Hungary 15–10 12–15 13–15 15–9 15–10 70–59
13 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  Romania 15–8 15–10 15–9     45–27
13 Oct Japan  3–0  South Korea 17–15 15–8 15–3     47–26
13 Oct Bulgaria  3–0  Brazil 16–14 15–10 15–6     46–30
14 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  Netherlands 15–8 15–3 15–11     45–22
14 Oct Romania  3–0  Brazil 15–6 15–5 15–5     45–16
14 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–2  Bulgaria 15–13 13–15 15–11 7–15 15–11 65–65
14 Oct United States  3–2  South Korea 16–14 4–15 4–15 15–10 15–11 54–65
14 Oct Hungary  3–0  Japan 15–12 15–8 15–12     45–32
15 Oct Romania  3–2  Bulgaria 15–6 11–15 5–15 15–13 15–8 61–57
15 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  South Korea 15–7 15–5 15–6     45–18
15 Oct Netherlands  3–2  Brazil 14–16 15–11 15–12 6–15 16–14 66–68
15 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–1  Japan 9–15 15–13 15–12 15–13   54–53
15 Oct Hungary  3–0  United States 15–12 15–13 15–8     45–33
17 Oct Japan  3–1  Bulgaria 15–10 12–15 15–6 15–10   57–41
17 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–0  United States 15–7 15–13 16–14     46–34
17 Oct Brazil  3–1  South Korea 15–12 15–8 14–16 16–14   60–50
17 Oct Romania  3–0  Netherlands 15–9 15–6 15–13     45–28
17 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  Hungary 15–9 15–13 15–11     45–33
18 Oct Romania  3–2  South Korea 15–9 14–16 8–15 15–9 15–9 67–58
18 Oct Bulgaria  3–2  Netherlands 15–11 8–15 15–8 14–16 15–8 67–58
18 Oct Japan  3–1  United States 15–12 15–10 13–15 15–11   58–48
18 Oct Brazil  3–2  Hungary 15–4 13–15 11–15 16–14 15–11 70–59
18 Oct Soviet Union  3–2  Czechoslovakia 15–9 15–8 5–15 10–15 15–7 60–54
19 Oct Bulgaria  3–0  United States 15–9 15–13 15–7     45–29
19 Oct Netherlands  3–1  South Korea 13–15 15–7 16–14 15–8   59–44
19 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–0  Brazil 15–5 15–6 15–10     45–21
19 Oct Japan  3–1  Soviet Union 14–16 15–5 15–8 15–10   59–39
19 Oct Romania  3–1  Hungary 15–6 12–15 15–10 16–14   58–45
21 Oct Japan  3–2  Brazil 15–12 15–9 12–15 7–15 15–11 64–62
21 Oct Bulgaria  3–1  South Korea 15–4 12–15 15–11 15–9   57–39
21 Oct Hungary  3–1  Netherlands 15–4 8–15 15–11 15–12   53–42
21 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  United States 15–6 15–5 15–4     45–15
21 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–1  Romania 15–11 7–15 15–12 15–12   52–50
22 Oct Hungary  3–2  South Korea 17–15 6–15 13–15 15–8 15–6 66–59
22 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–1  Netherlands 10–15 15–10 15–9 15–6   55–40
22 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  Bulgaria 15–2 16–14 15–13     46–29
22 Oct Brazil  3–2  United States 5–15 11–15 15–9 15–6 15–9 61–54
22 Oct Japan  3–0  Romania 15–6 15–9 15–8     45–23
23 Oct Soviet Union  3–0  Brazil 15–7 15–6 15–9     45–22
23 Oct Japan  3–1  Netherlands 15–17 15–4 15–8 15–5   60–34
23 Oct Czechoslovakia  3–0  South Korea 15–1 15–7 15–9     45–17
23 Oct Romania  3–1  United States 11–15 15–9 15–11 15–13   56–48
23 Oct Bulgaria  3–1  Hungary 15–9 15–12 12–15 15–8   57–44

Final standing[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 Soviet Union (URS)
Ivans Bugajenkovs
Nikolay Burobin
Yuri Chesnokov
Vazha K'ach'arava
Valeri Kalachikhin
Vitali Kovalenko
Staņislavs Lugailo
Georgy Mondzolevski
Yuriy Poyarkov
Eduard Sibiryakov
Yury Vengerovsky
Dmitri Voskoboynikov
 Czechoslovakia (TCH)
Milan Čuda
Bohumil Golián
Zdeněk Humhal
Petr Kop
Josef Labuda
Josef Musil
Karel Paulus
Boris Perušič
Pavel Schenk
Václav Šmídl
Josef Šorm
Ladislav Toman
 Japan (JPN)
Yutaka Demachi
Tsutomu Koyama
Sadatoshi Sugawara
Naohiro Ikeda
Yasutaka Sato
Toshiaki Kosedo
Tokihiko Higuchi
Masayuki Minami
Takeshi Tokutomi
Teruhisa Moriyama
Yūzo Nakamura
Katsutoshi Nekoda

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