Honours
 

Italian club Trentino Betclic became the first side to win back-to-back titles last year after they saw off Poland's PGE Skra Belchatow for the second time in a row in the final of the 2010 FIVB Volleyball Club World Championships in Doha as Iran's Paykan claimed their first medal at the tournament with victory over newcomers Drean Bolivar to take bronze.

 

1989

First edition: Parma, ITALY: December 9-10, 1989
1. Maxicono Parma (ITA)
2. CSKA Moscow (URS)
3. CA Pirelli Sao Paulo (BRA)
4. EC Banespa Sao Paulo (BRA)
5. Nippon Steel (JPN)
6. CS Sfaxien (TUN)

1990

Second edition: Milan, ITALY: December 1-2, 1990
1. Mediolanum Milano (ITA)
2. Banespa Sao Paulo (BRA)
3. Maxicono Parma (ITA)
4. Il Messaggero Ravenna (ITA)
5. CSKA Moscow (URS)
6. Philips Modena (ITA)
7. ASP Mahad (ALG)
8. J.T. Hiroshima (JPN)

1991

Third edition: Sao Paulo, BRAZIL: October  22-27, 1991
1. Il Messaggero Ravenna (ITA)
2. ECBanespa Sao Paulo (BRA)
3. Mediolanum Milano (ITA)
4. AA Frangosul (BRA)
5. Taiwan (TPE)
6. CSKA Moscow (RUS)
7. Club Africane (TUN)
8. Naranjito (PUR)

1992

Fourth edition: Treviso, ITALY: November 28-29, 1992
1. Misura Mediolanum Milano (ITA)
2. Sisley Treviso (ITA)
3. Olympiakos Pireo (GRE)
4. Il Messaggero Ravenna (ITA)
5. Sang Mu (KOR)
5. Banespa Sao Paulo (BRA)
7. Club Africane (TUN)
7. Corozal (PUR)

 

2009

Fifth edition: Doha, QATAR: November 3-8, 2009
1. Trentino Betclic (ITA)
2. PGE Skra Belchatow (POL)
3. Zenit Kazan (RUS)
4. Paykan (IRI)
5. Al-Arabi (QAT)
5. Cimed (BRA)
5. Corozal (PUR)
5. Zamalek (EGY)


2010

Sixth edition: Doha, QATAR: December 15-21, 2010
Doha, QATAR: November 3-8, 2009
1. Trentino Betclic (ITA)
2. PGE Skra Belchatow (POL)
3. Paykan (IRI)
4. Drean Bolivar (ARG)
5. Al Ahly (EGY)
5. Al Arabi (QAT)
5. Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
5.Paul Mitchell (USA)