FIVB Beach Volelyball World Cup Final 2013

World Cup Final 2013 | 29 May - 2 June 2013


A Glorious Finale: The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Cup Final

From May 29 to June 2 the city of Campinas in Brazil will host the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Cup Final, the crowning event in a three-year process, which started with the Continental Cup.

The Continental Cup ran from 2010 to 2012 as a London Olympic Games qualifying event - and included the FIVB World Cup Olympic Qualification in Moscow, Russia in June, 2012, which also qualified teams for the London Olympics.

The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Cup Final will determine the champion country from the Continental Cup, featuring 10 countries per gender represented by one team each. Prize money of $150,000 per gender is on offer to the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Cup Final participants.

The 10 countries will include the winners of each of the Continental Cup Finals and the national federations who qualified a maximum of two teams at the 2012 Olympic Games via the Olympic rankings. If the 10 vacancies were not filled with these criteria, the best country on the 2012 Olympic Games rankings not already qualified will participate.

All the action will take place in Campinas, in São Paulo state, Brazil. Campinas has a strong tradition of beach volleyball as it is a regular stop of the Brazilian national beach volleyball circuit, having already hosted five stages (1993-95, 2005, 2012).



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