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2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship qualification

24 teams competed in the 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship, with two places allocated for the hosts, Italy and the titleholder, Brazil. In the qualification process for the 2010 FIVB World Championship, the Five FIVB confederations were allocated a share of the 22 remaining spots.

Qualified teams

Team Qualified as Qualification date Appearance
in finals
 Italy Host 0122 December 2005 15th
 Brazil 2006 World Championship Winner 023 December 2006 15th
 Puerto Rico NORCECA Pool G Winner 0310 July 2009 3rd
 Russia CEV Pool I Winner 049 August 2009 17th1
 Germany CEV Pool I Runner-up 059 August 2009 5th2
 Venezuela CSV Pool B Winner 0612 August 2009 10th
 China AVC Pool G Winner 0715 August 2009 12th
 Australia AVC Pool G Runner-up 0815 August 2009 5th
 Poland CEV Pool K Winner 0915 August 2009 15th
 France CEV Pool K Runner-up 1015 August 2009 14th
 Serbia CEV Pool L Winner 1115 August 2009 8th3
 Spain CEV Pool L Runner-up 1215 August 2009 3rd
 Tunisia CAVB Pool D Winner 1316 August 2009 8th
 Bulgaria CEV Pool J Winner 1416 August 2009 16th
 Czech Republic CEV Pool J Runner-up 1516 August 2009 16th4
 Cuba NORCECA Pool H Winner 1616 August 2009 13th
 United States NORCECA Pool F Winner 1717 August 2009 14th
 Egypt CAVB Pool C Winner 1820 August 2009 7th
 Cameroon CAVB Pool E Winner 1923 August 2009 2nd
 Canada NORCECA Pool I Winner 2029 August 2009 9th
 Mexico NORCECA Pool I Runner-up 2129 August 2009 4th
 Japan AVC Pool H Winner 2230 August 2009 14th
 Iran AVC Pool H Runner-up 2330 August 2009 4th
 Argentina CSV Pool A Winner 2430 August 2009 10th
1.^ Competed as Soviet Union from 1949 to 1990; 5th appearance as Russia.
2.^ Competed as West Germany from 1956 to 1966; 3rd appearance as Germany.
3.^ Competed as SFR Yugoslavia from 1956 to 1970 and Serbia and Montenegro (FR Yugoslavia) from 1998 to 2006; 1st appearance as Serbia.
4.^ Competed as Czechoslovakia from 1949 to 1990; 4th appearance as Czech Republic.

Confederation qualification processes

The distribution by confederation for the 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship was:[1]

  • Asia and Oceania (AVC): 4 places
  • Africa (CAVB): 3 places
  • Europe (CEV): 8 places (+ Italy qualified automatically as host nation for a total of 9 places)
  • South America (CSV) 2 places (+ Brazil qualified automatically as the defending champions for a total of 3 places)
  • North, Central America and Caribbean (NORCECA): 5 places

AVC

Main article: 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship qualification (AVC)

CAVB

Main article: 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship qualification (CAVB)

CEV

Main article: 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship qualification (CEV)

CSV

Main article: 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship qualification (CSV)

NORCECA

Main article: 2010 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship qualification (NORCECA)

References

External links

  • FIVB

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