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Superliga Femenina de Voleibol

Superliga Femenina
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2014–15 Superliga Femenina de Voleibol
Sport volleyball
Founded 1969
No. of teams 12
Country  Spain
Most recent champion(s) Embalajes Blanco Tramek Murillo (2013–14)
Most titles CV Tenerife, 10 titles
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Superliga 2
Domestic cup(s) Copa de la Reina
Official website rfevb.com

The Superliga Femenina de Voleibol (SFM) is the top level of Spanish volleyball. The championship was founded in 1989. The administration of the league is carried out by the Real Federación Española de Voleibol. Formerly known as 1ª División de la Liga Nacional Femenina de Voleibol, and, since 1989 as the current name.

Contents

  • Competition format 1
  • 2015–16 season teams 2
  • 2014–15 season standings 3
  • Champions by season 4
    • Titles by team 4.1
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

Competition format

9 teams played in a two-round format. Upon completion of regular season, the top four teams play Championship's playoffs, while the bottom team is relegated to Superliga 2.

During regular season, a win by 3–0 or 3–1 means 3 points to winner team, while a 3–2 win, 2 points for winner team & 1 for loser team.

Championship playoffs is played to best of 3 games.

2015–16 season teams

Superliga Femenina de Voleibol is located in Spain
Naturhouse C. Logroño
Naturhouse C. Logroño
GH Leadernet Navarcable
GH Leadernet Navarcable
CVB-Barça
CVB-Barça
Avarca Menorca
Avarca Menorca
Haro
Haro
Feel Volley Alcobendas
Feel Volley Alcobendas
Extremadura Arroyo
Extremadura Arroyo
Emevé
Emevé
VP Madrid
VP Madrid
2015–16 Superliga Femenina de Voleibol teams
Superliga Femenina de Voleibol is located in Canary Islands
IBSA CCO 7 Palmas ACEGC
IBSA CCO 7 Palmas ACEGC
Aguere
Aguere
Fígaro P. Haris
Fígaro P. Haris
Canary Islands
Team Stadium Capacity City/Area
Naturhouse Ciudad de Logroño CDM Lobete 1,100 Logroño
GH Leadernet Navarcable Pabellón Universitario 3,000 Pamplona
Aguere Juan Ríos Tejera 3,500 San Cristóbal de La Laguna
Avarca de Menorca Pavelló Municipal 2,500 Ciutadella, Balearic Islands
CVB-Barça L'Hospitalet Nord 1,000 Barcelona
Feel Volley Alcobendas Luis Buñuel 100 Alcobendas
IBSA CCO 7 Palmas ACEGC Centro Insular 5,200 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Extremadura Arroyo Pabellón Municipal 1,000 Arroyo de la Luz
Haro Rioja Voley El Ferial 800 Haro
Fígaro Peluqueros Haris Pablos Abril 500 San Cristóbal de La Laguna
VP Madrid CDM Entrevías 700 Madrid

2014–15 season standings

Qualified for 2nd phase
Relegated
Pts Matches Sets Points
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1 Naturhouse Ciudad de Logroño 60 20 0 60 2 30.000 1549 1065 1.454
2 GH Leadernet Navarcable 48 16 4 51 17 3.000 1619 1399 1.157
3 Aguere 39 14 6 43 32 1.344 1641 1627 1.009
4 Avarca de Menorca 35 11 9 41 31 1.323 1587 1530 1.037
5 UCAM Voley Murcia 31 11 9 41 42 0.976 1767 1826 0.968
6 CVB-Barça 27 9 11 32 37 0.865 1510 1564 0.965
7 Feel Volley Alcobendas 27 9 11 33 40 0.825 1571 1640 0.958
8 IBSA ACE Gran Canaria 22 8 12 32 44 0.727 1638 1640 0.999
9 Extremadura Arroyo 18 5 15 27 47 0.574 1577 1696 0.930
10 Haro Rioja Voley 15 5 15 24 52 0.462 1602 1764 0.908
11 Emevé 8 2 18 18 58 0.310 1460 1770 0.825

Champions by season

Titles by team

Team # Titles Season
Tenerife 10 1992, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006
Murcia 2005 3 2007, 2008 & 2009
Murcia 3 1993, 1994, 1995
RCD Espanyol 3 1985, 1988, 1991
Tormo Barberá 3 1986, 1987, 1990
Medina de Gijón 3 1972, 1976, 1978
Medina de Madrid 3 1971, 1973, 1977
Medina de Barcelona 3 1970, 1974, 1975
Valeriano Allès Menorca 2 2011, 2012
Arquitectura 2 1983, 1984
Cornellà 2 1980, 1982
Embalajes Blanco Tramek Murillo 1 2014
Haro Rioja Voley 1 2013
Jamper Aguere 1 2010
Las Palmas 1 2003
Albacete 1 1996
Aperitivos Medina 1 1989
Academia Preuniversitaria 1 1981
Sniace 1 1979

See also

External links

  • Real Federación Española de Voleibol
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