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FIVB World League Volleyball Live Streaming: A guide on how to watch the 2017 FIVB World League

Serbian players are all smiles after winning their maiden FIVB World League title last season (credit:FIVB)

The 2017 FIVB World League begins on June 2 and will conclude on July 9 and all matches will be shown at bet365's live streaming service.


Upcoming Fixtures

FIVB World League Group 1 Fixtures

DateTime (BST)MatchWhere To Watch
Week 1 (Pool A1)Pesaro, Italy
Friday, June 216:00Brazil vs Poland bet365
Friday, June 219:00Italy vs Iran  bet365
Saturday, June 313:00Italy vs Poland  bet365
Saturday, June 316:00Iran vs Brazil  bet365
Sunday, June 413:00Italy vs Brazil  bet365
Sunday, June 416:00Poland vs Iran bet365
Week 1 (Pool B1)Novi Sad, Serbia
Friday, June 215:00Belgium vs Canadabet365
Friday, June 218:00Serbia vs United Statesbet365
Saturday, June 315:00Canada vs United Statesbet365
Saturday, June 318:00Belgium vs Serbiabet365
Sunday, June 415:00United States vs Belgiumbet365
Sunday, June 418:00Canada vs Serbiabet365
Week 1 (Pool C1)Surgut, Russia
Friday, June 212:10France vs Bulgariabet365
Friday, June 215:10Russia vs Argentinabet365
Saturday, June 312:10Bulgaria vs Argentinabet365
Saturday, June 315:10Russia vs Francebet365
Sunday, June 412:10Argentina vs Francebet365
Sunday, June 415:10Russia vs Bulgariabet365
Week 2 (Pool D1)Tehran, Iran
Friday, June 914:40Serbia vs Argentinabet365
Friday, June 917:40Iran vs Belgiumbet365
Saturday, June 1014:40Belgium vs Argentinabet365
Saturday, June 1017:40Iran vs Serbiabet365
Sunday, June 1114:40Serbia vs Belgiumbet365
Sunday, June 1117:40Iran vs Argentinabet365
Week 2 (Pool E1)Varna, Bulgaria
Friday, June 914:10Canada vs Brazilbet365
Friday, June 917:10Bulgaria vs Polandbet365
Saturday, June 1014:40Brazil vs Polandbet365
Saturday, June 1018:40Canada vs Bulgariabet365
Sunday, June 1114:40Poland vs Canadabet365
Sunday, June 1118:40Brazil vs Bulgariabet365
Week 2 (Pool F1)Pau, France
Friday, June 916:30Italy vs United Statesbet365
Friday, June 919:30France vs Russiabet365
Saturday, June 1016:30United States vs Russiabet365
Saturday, June 1019:30France vs Italybet365
Sunday, June 1114:30Italy vs Russiabet365
Sunday, June 1117:30France vs United Statesbet365
Week 3 (Pool G1)Cordoba, Argentina
Friday, June 1622:10Brazil vs Bulgariabet365
Saturday, June 1701:10Argentina vs Serbiabet365
Saturday, June 1720:10Bulgaria vs Serbiabet365
Saturday, June 1723:10Argentina vs Brazilbet365
Sunday, June 1820:10Serbia vs Brazilbet365
Sunday, June 1823:10Argentina vs Bulgariabet365
Week 3 (Pool H1)Katowice and Lodz, Poland
Thursday, June 1516:25Iran vs United Statesbet365
Thursday, June 1519:25Poland vs Russiabet365
Saturday, June 1716:25United States vs Russiabet365
Saturday, June 1719:25Poland vs Iranbet365
Sunday, June 1816:25Russia vs Iranbet365
Sunday, June 1819:25Poland vs United Statesbet365
Week 3 (Pool I1)Antwerp, Belgium
Friday, June 1616:10Italy vs Francebet365
Friday, June 1619:10Belgium vs Canadabet365
Saturday, June 1716:10France vs Canadabet365
Saturday, June 1719:10Italy vs Belgiumbet365
Sunday, June 1812:00Canada vs Italybet365
Sunday, June 1815:00Belgium vs Francebet365

Current Teams and Format


A total of 36 teams will compete in the 28th edition of the FIVB World League. The participants were divided into three main groups of 12 teams. Each group will have its own tournament and champion. The elite Group 1 is made up of defending champion Serbia, Brazil, Russia, United States, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Poland, Argentina, Iran, Canada and Belgium. Competing in Group 2 are Egypt, Japan, Australia, Finland, China, South Korea, Netherlands, Turkey, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Slovakia. Group 3 is composed of Germany, Mexico, Venezuela, Tunisia, Spain, Chinese Taipei, Greece, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Estonia, Montenegro and Austria.

Group 1 

Intercontinental Round 
The 12 teams will be divided into three different pools each week. Each team will play thrice during the week for a total of nine matches per squad. A 3-0 or 3-1 result is worth three points for the winner while a five-set victory earns the winner two points and the loser one point. The top five teams along with Final Round host Brazil in the overall team standings after three weeks of competition will advance to the Final Round, which will take place at the Arena da Baixada in Curitiba. The last-placed team in the Intercontinental Round could be relegated to Group 2 next season.

Final Round
The six remaining teams will be divided into two pools of three. The team will play their groupmates once with the top two teams advancing to the semifinals. The semifinal winners will face off in the final while the losers will fight for the bronze medal.  
 
Group 2 

Intercontinental Round
Group 2 has the same format as Group 1 except that the top three teams along with Final Round host Australia in the overall team standings after three weeks of competition will advance to the Final Round at the Carrara Indoor Stadium in Gold Coast. The last-placed team in the Intercontinental Round could be relegated to Group 3 next season.

Final Round
The semifinal will take place on opening day with the winners advancing to the championship game and the losers clashing for the bronze medal.  
 
Group 3

Intercontinental Round
Unlike in Group 1 and Group 2, the Group 3 Intercontinental Round will only have two weeks of competition. The top three teams along with Final Round host Mexico after six matches will proceed to the Domo de la Feria in León. 

Final Round
The semifinal will take place on opening day with the winners advancing to the championship game and the losers clashing for the bronze medal. 
 

FIVB World League History


The FIVB World League is an annual competition featuring the top men's volleyball squads in the world. The tournament was first played in 1990 to provide volleyball fans with another event to watch apart from the Olympic Games and World Championship, which are held in four-year cycles.  

Italy dominated the early years of the tournament, winning five of the first six editions including the first three stagings. The mighty Italians featured the likes of Andrea Zorzi and Lorenzo Bernardi. Brazil, the Netherlands and Cuba were the other countries that won titles in the 1990s.

The Brazilians made their impact the following decade where they won seven titles including five consecutive triumphs between 2003 and 2007. They also won a record ninth World League crown in 2010. Russia, the United States and Poland shared the spotlight with the Brazilians in recent years. France made history in 2015 when it became the first team from Group 2 to win a World League title.

Serbia swept Brazil in last season's final in Krakow to win its maiden World League crown. Brazil is the most successful team in this competition with nine titles while Italy is ranked next with eight. 

List of FIVB World League Champions

FIVB World League Champions

TeamTitlesChampion Years
Brazil91993, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010
Italy81990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000
Russia32002, 2011, 2013
United States 22008, 2014
Cuba 11998
Serbia 12016
France12015
Netherlands11996
Poland12012

How to watch FIVB World League Live Streaming


Step 1: Go to Bet365


Step 2: Register an account (Use bonus code: MAXCASH to get a 100% welcome bonus of up to £200) 


Step 3: Click on live streaming at the top of the page once you are logged in


Step 4: Select volleyball from the drop down menu and you can now watch and bet on the FIVB World League



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