Volleyball in Spain

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The official league for volleyball in Spain is divided in two divisions. The top teams play in the Superliga. In each division, a team plays all other teams twice, once at home and once away. There are at least 220,151 volleyball players in this country and also have at least 1,033 Clubs in Spain according to various sources in 2015.

The Spanish league teams compete in Europe under CEV, most notably in the Champions League for Men's and Champions League for Women's. The teams also compete in a domestic cup competition each year, called Copa del Rey de Voleibol/Copa de la Reina de Voleibol (King's/Queen's Cup). The winners of the Superliga play against the winners of the Copa in the Supercopa de España de Voleibol (Super Cup).

Current male hierarchical divisional breakdowns[edit]

For a list of teams, see List of volleyball clubs in Spain

The Spain national volleyball team represents the whole country, although there are unofficial autonomous community volleyball teams. Spain volleyball is played only in the summer.

Current female hierarchical divisional breakdowns[edit]

For a list of teams, see List of volleyball clubs in Spain

The Spain women's national volleyball team represents the whole country, although there are unofficial autonomous community volleyball teams.

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