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Portugal men's national volleyball team

 

Portugal men's national volleyball team

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Association Federação Portuguesa de Voleibol
Confederation CEV
FIVB ranking 28 (as of September 2014)
Website www.fpvoleibol.pt (Portuguese)
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Portugal men's national volleyball team
Medal record
European League
Gold 2010 Guadalajara Team
Silver 2007 Portimão Team
Bronze 2009 Portimão Team
Lusophony Games
Gold 2006 Macau Team
Gold 2009 Lisbon Team
Portugal national volleyball team in late 2013.

The Portugal men's national volleyball team is the team representing Portugal in volleyball competitions. Their best results to date are winning the 2010 Men's European Volleyball League in Spain, the second place in the 2007 Men's European Volleyball League, 3rd at the 2009 Men's European Volleyball League, both tournaments hosted in Portugal, 4th in the 1948 Men's European Volleyball Championship in Italy, the 5th place at the 2005 FIVB World League in Serbia and Montenegro, 7th in the 1951 Men's European Volleyball Championship hosted in France and reaching the 8th place in the 2002 FIVB Men's World Championship in Argentina.

Contents

  • Olympic Games 1
  • World Championship 2
  • World Cup 3
  • World Grand Champions Cup 4
  • World League 5
  • European Championship 6
  • European League 7

Olympic Games

World Championship

World Cup

World Grand Champions Cup

World League

European Championship

European League

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