It is confirmed that the ACPV will be present at the 2019 Play the Game Forum in Colorado Springs, USA, this autumn, after General Manager, Ivan Miljković, was confirmed amongst the keynote speakers.
The ACPV has further expanded its outreach in the early part of 2019, after General Manager Ivan Miljković held talks with leading CEV executives and stakeholders from other European club sports at the EU Sport Forum in Bucharest.
The fourth ACPV meeting of March 26, 2019, will go down as a historic date in the history of the ACPV as the Italian Women’s League as Founding Member and Slovenian club Gen-I Volley Nova Gorica as Regular Member bolstered its ranks, agreeing to join following vital discussions over the contemporary FIVB ITC Administration Fees and Media & Marketing rights of European Volleyball clubs.
The fourth ACPV meeting is set to go ahead in Milan on March 26th 2019, and will see several major volleyball stakeholders, clubs, coaches, players and league representatives gather together, ACPV President Stav Jacobi, and General Manager Ivan Miljkovic have confirmed.
Following an eventful opening 100 days of existence for the ACPV, General Manager Ivan Miljković speaks more specifically on the future of Volleyball and how he sees the ACPV as having a role in shaping it.
Following an eventful opening 100 days of existence for the ACPV, General Manager Ivan Miljković shares some insight on the story so far, why the ACPV was formed, and its ideas for the future.
Mr. Zoran Radojičić, your club has celebrated many great achievements at national and international level in the last few years. What is the secret behind this success? Mr. Zoran Radojičić: When I was laying down the foundations of Volleyball club Vizura, my main goal was improving the youth system and identifying players in younger age categories [...]
Zurich, Switzerland, February 12, 2019 - The ACPV are continuing to lay down the foundations for improving the structures of European Club Volleyball, the latest step being to introduce a new ranking system for club sides, moving away from the traditional FIVB and CEV systems of ranking only national sides. Club volleyball can celebrate another milestone [...]
Zurich, Switzerland, February 6, 2019 - The ACPV has enjoyed a productive start to 2019, reaching out to peers at other sports clubs associations to exchange know-how on various key issues. One matter for discussion that is of particular interest to ACPV, however, is the Transfer System of club volleyball in Europe. Here are the major [...]
Zurich, Switzerland, February 4, 2019 – The ACPV started into 2019 by meeting peer club sports associations from hockey and handball. In the upcoming weeks, the ACPV are to extend their network intensifying their collaborations with further club sports associations. The ACPV can look back to very successful first weeks in 2019. In January, the directors [...]