With The Asian Volleyball Confederation, The FIVB And Volleyball World Sign A Historic Agreement
With The Asian Volleyball Confederation, The FIVB And Volleyball World Sign A Historic Agreement. The Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC) and the FIVB and Volleyball World have signed a historic contract that will discover and improve the market viability potential of senior international volleyball and beach volleyball competitions in Asia while also emphasizing the development of the sport and the enfranchisement of National Federations, contests, and athletes.
The nine-year agreement, which runs from 2024 to 2032, requires Volleyball World to optimize the financial possibilities of senior team AVC tournaments to guarantee the sport’s development and stability in Asia and it’s capacity to reach numbers of fans throughout the continent.
The collaboration will see the FIVB boost its additional investment into the 65 National associations of the AVC via the ground-breaking Volleyball Empowerment initiative, which is meant to increase national teams worldwide. At the same time, also Volleyball Globe will make direct investments into the AVC for distribution rights.
To better modernize the oversight of sport, the historic alliance will also see investments in specialized human capital in commercial, marketing, promotion, and administration working inside the AVC.
Dr. Ary S. Graça, Chairman of the FIVB Statement
We are excited to introduce the FIVB, Volleyball Globe, and the AVC have formed historic three-party cooperation. We shall cooperate to ensure the Continental Confederation’s economic security and long-term viability while offering the chances and means to advance athletics in Asia further.
“Volleyball has a successful record in Asia, and today we have the chance to write a new, lighter chapter for our game, led by AVC President Rita Subowo and with the blessing of the AVC Board of Management.”
Rita Subowo, president of AVC Statement
The FIVB, Volleyball Globe, and the AVC have a long-standing connection, and this agreement highlights our shared dedication to maximizing the sport’s prospects throughout Asia.
With 65 regional federations in Asia, We have no question that this partnership will help strengthen the market viability for senior international AVC tournaments, speed up our growth, and boost income in the media, advertising, and auction sectors.
Finn Taylor, President of Volleyball World
“This historic alliance with the AVC is a sign of volleyball’s continuing development and allure worldwide. Asia is home to more than half of all volleyball enthusiasts, so we are thrilled about the chance to grow the game in this vital continent.
The AVC will be able to obtain and connect to Volleyball World’s world-class digitalization, enabling wider media exposure by making material and tournaments available on our TV and digital channels. As a result, broadcast and online interaction are at historic highs for the game.
The agreement was conducted in the Smart Araneta Coliseum, which will host the Philippines’ 2022 Volleyball Nations Cup group.