The first FIVB Men's Volleyball World Cup was held in 1965 in Poland & winner is the Soviet Union. From 1977 to the present it is held in Japan. Soviet Union (Russia) has won the most medals/ FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup titles with 6 times, follow by Brazil & USA have won the World Cup 2 times each... United States Volleyball national team is the previous Champions-winner team of FIVB Men's Volleyball World Cup 2015.
With four and three gold medals, respectively, the Soviet Union and Brazil have been the most dominant nations in the FIVB Men’s World Cup whereas China, with their five victories, and Cuba, with four, have ruled the roost in FIVB Women’s World Cup. Volleyball World Cup format and Olympic qualification
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Participating nations. 1st – Champions. 2nd – Runners-up. 3rd – Third place. 4th – Fourth place. • – Did not enter / Did not qualify. – Hosts. = – More than one team tied for that rank. Q – Qualified for forthcoming tournament Team 1973.
The 14 World Cup tournaments have been won by six different national teams. Russia have won six times (four as Soviet Union). The other World Cup winners are Brazil with 3 titles; United States with 2 titles; and Cuba, Italy and Germany (as East Germany), with one title each.
The other World Championship winners are Brazil, Italy, and Poland, with three titles each; Czech Republic (as Czechoslovakia) with two titles; Germany (as East Germany ), and United States, with one title each. The 2018 World Championship was co-hosted by Italy and Bulgaria.
This list is of those countries who have won an indoor volleyball world medal, referring to any of the Men's and Women's World Championship, Men's and Women's World Cup, Olympic Games, men's and women's Volleyball Nations League (replacing FIVB World League and FIVB World Grand Prix respectively) or FIVB Volleyball World Grand Champions Cup .
The Game. Following the decision of the FIVB Board of Administration, the new World Ranking system will be implemented from 1 February 2020 and will take into account all results from 1 January 2019. However, for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games grouping, the previous World Ranking will be applied, based on the rankings as of 31 January 2020.
World Champions: 30 September 2018 6 1965: 2015 Iran: AVC: World Ranking for AVC: 1 January 2019 3 1991: 2015 Australia: 2 2007: 2015 Egypt: CAVB: World Ranking for CAVB: 7 1977: 2015 Tunisia: 8 1969: 2015 Italy: CEV: World Ranking for CEV: 7 1981: 2015 Russia 1: 11 1965: 2015 Brazil: CSV: World Ranking for CSV: 11 1969: 2011 Argentina: 6 1985: 2015 United States: NORCECA