‘Nothing to Watch in the Offseason’ College Volleyball to Korea Cup…What’s on the Professional Volleyball Schedule?

With the 2023-2024 V-League ending this spring and the 2024 KOVO Cup just over two months away, volleyball fans are in for a long hiatus. In addition to professional volleyball, there are also college volleyball and international men’s volleyball tournaments to keep you occupied.

2024 Korean Air Volleyball National University Volleyball Goseong Tournament

The ‘2024 Korean Air Volleyball National University Volleyball Goseong Tournament’ will be held at the Goseong-gun National Sports Center and Indoor Gymnasium in Gyeongsangnam-do, South Gyeongsang Province, 카지노 커뮤니티 from the 10th to the 18th.

A total of 11 teams, including Sungkyunkwan University, Inha University, Chungnam National University, Hanyang University, Chosun University, Kyungpook National University, Kyungpook National University, Kyunghee University, Hongik University, Myeongji University, Gyeongsang National University, and Chungbuk National University, will compete in the men’s Group A competition at the Goseonggun National Sports Center. The teams will be divided into two groups and play a pool league, with the first and second place finishers from each group advancing to the quarterfinals to determine the winner.

At Goseong Indoor Gymnasium, the women’s competition will feature six teams: Mokpo University of Science and Technology, Kyungpook National University, Woosuk University, Honam University, Dankook University, and Gwangju Women’s University. The preliminary matches will be held from October 10th to 12th, followed by the quarterfinals on the 13th and the final on the 15th.

After the women’s competition, the men’s Group B matches between Gumi University, Mokpo University, Wooseok University, and Honam University will take place at the Goseong Indoor Stadium from the 15th to the 17th.

Korea Cup 2024 International Men’s Volleyball Tournament

The Korea Cup 2024 International Men’s Volleyball Tournament will be held at the Jecheon Gymnasium in Jecheon City, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea, from March 13-17.

The tournament will feature five nations – South Korea, Brazil, China, Japan, Australia, and Brazil. The competition will be a round-robin format with each of the five countries playing each other once, and the team with the most wins will receive a total prize pool of 48.5 million won.

Hwang Taek-ui, Song Min-geun, Kim Young-joon, Heo Soo-bong, Lim Sung-jin, Cha Young-seok, Kim Jun-woo, Han Tae-joon, Han Tae-joon, Jeong Jeong-yong, Lim Dong-hyuk, Park Chang-seong, Lee Sang-hyun, Lee Shin-jin, and Kim Ji-han were named to the Korean men’s volleyball team.

Meanwhile, Korea will play Brazil on Nov. 13, Japan on Nov. 14, Australia on Nov. 16, and China on Nov. 17. The tournament will be broadcast on KBSN Sports, and tickets for the tournament will be available for purchase from 2 p.m. today via the ticket link.

The Hyundai E&C Hill State Volleyball Team will hold a five-day summer training camp in Muanan, Jeollanam-do, from Sept. 9 to Sept. 13.

Starting with technical training at the Muan Sports Park indoor gymnasium, Hyundai E&C will conduct physical training such as tidal training at the Muan Loess Tidal Land and weight training at the health center’s physical training room.

On the 11th, volleyball classes will be held for Jeonnam and Gwangju volleyball clubs and students, including instruction on the basics of volleyball.

On the 12th, the team will hold a practice match with Pepper Savings Bank at the Muan Sports Park Indoor Gymnasium at 15:00, which is free to the public. Hyundai E&C will also hold a fan signing session immediately after the match.

Meanwhile, the 2024 KOVO Cup Professional Volleyball Competition will be held from September 21 to 28 for the men and September 29 to October 6 for the women at Tongyeong Gymnasium in Tongyeong, Gyeongsangnam-do. The 2024-2025 V-League will begin on October 19th.

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