Philippines to have Volleyball Nations League in June 2022

The Philippines is set to have the FIVB’s Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Nations League where the best 8 groups on the planet crash in the weeklong exhibition in June 2022.

Philippine National Volleyball Federation president Ramon “Tats” Suzara made the authority declaration of the nation’s facilitating during the Philippine Sportswriters Association Forum on Tuesday, Dec 14.

An aggregate of six nations are set to have Nations League with the Week 2 of the competition occurring in two scenes in Manila. The men’s move will make place at the Araneta Coliseum on June 21 to 26 while the ladies’ conflict will be at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City on June 14 to 19.

“It’s true, I’m reporting it that we are facilitating VNL interestingly with the main 8 men’s group and ladies’ group the top groups as well as the Olympic heroes are coming to Manila,” said Suzara.

The Tokyo 2020 men’s volleyball Olympic gold medalist France will lead the partaking groups which will likewise highlight Japan, Russia, Slovenia, Argentina, Italy and Netherlands, while ladies’ gold medalist USA will feature the crews from China Japan, Russia, Belgium, Poland, Thailand, and Canada. VNL, which was recently called the FIVB World Grand Prix for the ladies’ and World League for men’s, is being seen to change the country’s volleyball scene. Suzara said that the occasion will be an extraordinary chance to additionally acquaint the men’s volleyball with Filipino crowd.

“This is essential for changing the scene of volleyball in the Philippines, the ladies’ volleyball as well as the men’s volleyball para makikita ng Filipino crowd na iba yung men’s volleyball when they come here,” said the league’s top leader who is additionally hoping to get a leeway from the IATF to permit no less than 50% crowd limit in the settings.

The VNL facilitating will be one of the features of a bustling 2022 schedule for the PNVF where it likewise plans to hold instructional course for the people’s public groups in Italy and Brazil separately as a component of its arrangements for the Southeast Asian Games.