World Championships World Tour U23 World Championships U21 World Championships U19 World Championships U17 World Championships Continental Cup World Continental Cup Olympic Qualification 2016 Challengers and Satellites Exhibitions/Country v. Country Archives
Global World Championship World Tour 5-Star events World Tour 4-Star events World Tour 3-Star events World Tour 2-Star events World Tour 1-Star events Continental Tours National Tours
FIVB World Ranking    - Men    - Women Entry Rankings    Teams - Men    Teams - Women    Players - Men    Players - Women
Beach Volleyball historyFIVB official Rules of the GamePicture of the Game reportGlossary
BVB InfoPersonal Plus - DancersBeach Volleyball Training Centres
Sports Regulations 2018 Handbook 2018 2018 FIVB Challenge System Regulations Handbook 2018 (Age Group WCHS) Media Guide 2017 E-Book How to promote a beach volleyball event - Guidelines FIVB Beach Volleyball U19 World Championships 2018
Contact l RSS RSS Facebook Twitter YouTube l Login

Accreditation open for FIVB volleyball and beach volleyball events

The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour and the age-group volleyball events - excluding the Under 23 World Championships - are now open for accreditation
Lausanne, Switzerland, February 25, 2013 - The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) is pleased to announce that the accreditation process for the FIVB's age-group volleyball and beach volleyball World Tour events in 2013 is now open.

All World Tour tournaments including the prestigious FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships which are due to take place in Stare Jablonki, Poland from July 1 to 7 are available for media to request accreditation as well as the FIVB Beach Volleyball Opens.

The key volleyball events include the Girls' U18 World Championship in Thailand, the Boys' U19 in Mexico, the Women's U20 World Championship in
the Czech Republic and the Men's U21 World Championship in Turkey.

Other key events such as the FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix and the FIVB Volleyball World League are expected to be open for accreditation next month.

Journalists who have previously successfully registered through the FIVB's online accreditation system can log in to request accreditation for a tournament.

For journalists who have not previously registered inside the FIVB's online accreditation system, they will need to follow the necessary steps at the following link:

For more information email:

Download highresolution

| More


Other FIVB news