Calendar

Aug
23
Thu
2018
Siofok (HUN)
Aug 23 – Aug 26 all-day
Aug
28
Tue
2018
Montpellier (FRA)
Aug 28 – Sep 1 all-day
Sep
13
Thu
2018
Zhongwei (CHN)
Sep 13 – Sep 16 all-day
Oct
2
Tue
2018
Babolsar (Iran)
Oct 2 – Oct 12 all-day
Bandar Torkaman (Iran)
Oct 2 – Oct 5 all-day
Oct
10
Wed
2018
Yangzhou (China)
Oct 10 – Oct 14 all-day
Oct
17
Wed
2018
Las Vegas (USA)
Oct 17 – Oct 21 all-day
Las Vegas (USA)

The FIVB 4-star, double gender World Tour event in Las Vegas is hosted by p1440, Kerri Walsh Jennings’ event series. It is the first time that Las Vegas hosts an international beach volleyball event. Being part of the Olympic qualifiying process it will give athletes the chance to accumulate Olympic ranking points for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games. Total prize purse is US$300,000, each winner team receives US$20,000.

The qualifiers will take place on October 17 and the 32-team main draw on October 18. Both the men’s and women’s finals will be held on Sunday, October 21. Being hosted by p1440, the event will also feature live music performances, high-intensity interval workouts, volleyball trainings, daily yoga sessions and live cooking demos.

For all event information on schedule and results, check out the official FIVB event page.

 

Oct
24
Wed
2018
Chetumal (MEX)
Oct 24 – Oct 28 all-day
Nov
29
Thu
2018
Ljubljana (SLO)
Nov 29 – Dec 2 all-day
Jan
2
Wed
2019
The Hague (NL)
Jan 2 – Jan 6 all-day
The Hague (NL)

It is for the 9th time that the FIVB World Tour stops at The Hague, Netherlands. It is the first FIVB event in 2019 and just as last year, it is a 4-star indoor tournament. In 2018, Plavins/Tocs (Latvia) won the title but won’t be competing this year. In the women’s competition, Klineman/Ross (USA) are trying to defend their 2018 title when they defated Carolina Solberg and Maria Antonelli from Brazil in the final.
Main draw will take place from January 3rd on the women’s side and from January 4th for the men. The finals in both competitions will be played on January 6th.
Check out the complete event schedule here.

 

Jan
17
Thu
2019
Visakhapatnam (IND)
Jan 17 – Jan 20 all-day
Feb
21
Thu
2019
Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Feb 21 – Feb 24 all-day
Mar
6
Wed
2019
Sydney (AUS)
Mar 6 – Mar 10 all-day
Sydney (AUS)

It is for the third-straight season that the FIVB World Tour returns to Manly Beach in Sydney. But it for the first time that Australia hosts a 3-star World Tour. From March 6-10 the $150,000 event will take place at beautiful Manly Beach.  After the qualifiers on Wednesday, pool play will start on Thursday leading to the medal matches on Sunday.

Last season, Canadian and Australian teams won the 2-star event at Manly Beach. Grant O’Gorman and Ben Saxton claimed gold in the men’s competition while local heroes Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho won on the women’s side.

Check out the schedule and results here. Or watch the livestream here.

 

Mar
7
Thu
2019
Kg Speu (Cambodia)
Mar 7 – Mar 10 all-day
Mar
11
Mon
2019
Doha (QAT)
Mar 11 – Mar 16 all-day
Doha (QAT)

The FIVB 4-star event at Doha will take place from March 12-16 at the Katara Cultural Village to the north of Qatar’s capital. Defending champions are Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen from the Netherlands.

The $150,000 event is a men’s only competition that begins Tuesday with qualifying. Pool play will start on  Wednesday setting the stage for the quarter- and semi-finals on Friday and the finals on Saturday. The winning team will receive a prize purse of $20,000. It is for the fifth time that Qatar hosts an international beach volleyball tournament.

Find the full schedule and results here.

 

Mar
21
Thu
2019
Siem Reap (CAM)
Mar 21 – Mar 24 all-day
Apr
4
Thu
2019
Battambang (Cambodia)
Apr 4 – Apr 7 all-day
Apr
8
Mon
2019
Satun (THA)
Apr 8 – Apr 11 all-day
Apr
11
Thu
2019
Langkawi (MAL)
Apr 11 – Apr 14 all-day
Apr
18
Thu
2019
Gothenburg (SWE)
Apr 18 – Apr 21 all-day
Apr
24
Wed
2019
Xiamen (CHN)
Apr 24 – Apr 28 all-day
Xiamen (CHN)

It is for the seventh-straight season that the World Tour returns to Xiamen, China. The US$300,000 Xiamen Open will be gathering the beach world elite in southeast China. After country-quota and qualification matches, main draw starts on April 25. Quarterfinals will be played on April 27 and medal matches are scheduled for April 28. Semifinals and medal matches will streamed on the FIVB Youtube channel.

The FIVB Xiamen 4-Star event is the first women’s tournament since The Hague beginning of January. Barbara Hermannova and Marketa Slukova are the top-seeds after winning silver at last year’s Hamburg World Tour Finals and gold at the Vienna Major in early August. The Czech duo had also won the the Ostrava 4-star event in front of their home crowd.

Canada’s Heather Bansley and Brandie Wilkerson are the number two seeds while World Tour Final winners Agatha/ Duda (Brazil) are third seeds.  The 2018 defending champions Melissa Humana-Paredes/Sarah Pavan (Canada) will also compete.

In the men’s competiton last season’s newcomers Anders Mol and Christian Sorum are seeded first. The Norwegians took the beach volleyball world by storm in 2018. After winning the Majors in Gstaad and Vienna as well as the the European Championships, the Vikings also won the Hamburg World Tour Finals.

Michal Bryl and Grzegorz Fijalek (Poland) and Aleksandrs “Lion King” Samoilovs and Janis Smedins (Latvia) are seeded second and third. Doha surprise winners Esteban and Marco Grimalt from Chile will be seeded 11th. Their opponents in the Doha final, Nick Lucena and Phil Dalhausser, are also amongst the participants and will try to make up for the gold medal match loss. There will be a new champion on the men’s side since 2018 winners Oleg Stoyanovskiy and Igor Velichko have teamed up with new partners.

Check out all participating teams on the official event page.

 

Apr
30
Tue
2019
Kuala Lumpur (MAS)
Apr 30 – May 4 all-day
May
9
Thu
2019
Tuan Chau Island (VIE)
May 9 – May 12 all-day
May
10
Fri
2019
Münster (GER)
May 10 – May 12 all-day
May
15
Wed
2019
Itapema (BRA)
May 15 – May 19 all-day
Itapema (BRA)

After last year’s successful event, the FIVB World Tour returns to Itapema (Brazil). The $300,000 Itapema Open main draw starts on Thursday followed by elimination rounds on Friday and Saturday and the the medal matches on Sunday.

Last year the Brazilian hosts dominated the event and claimed both gold medals. Defending champions on the men’s side are Evandro Goncalves/Andre Loyola who beat Norwegian youngsters Anders Mol/Christian Sørum in the final. This year Evandro will play with reigning Olympic champion Bruno Oscar Schmidt while his former partner Andre has teamed up with George Wanderley. Besides the Norwegian Vikings, other international top teams competing this week are Poland’s Grzegorz Fijalek/Michal Bryl as well as Piotr Kantor/Bartosz Losiak, Netherlands’ Alexander Brouwer/Robert Meeuwsen and Latvia’s Aleksandrs “Lion King” Samoilovs/Janis Smedins.

On the women’s side Agatha/Duda will try to defend their title against other Brazilian top teams such as Xiamen Open winners Ana Patricia Silva/Rebecca Cavalcanti. The Brazilians will be challenged by several international top teams like Heather Bansley/Brandie Wilkerson (Canada), three-time Olympic champion Kerri Walsh Jennings and Brooke Sweat (USA) or European champions Sanne Keizer/Madelein Meppelink (Netherlands).

You can check out schedule and results at the official event page.

 

May
16
Thu
2019
Aydin (TUR)
May 16 – May 19 all-day