Avignon Volley-Ball

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Avignon Volley-Ball
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Short name AVB
Founded 1961
Ground Palais Omnisports de Champfleury,
Avignon
Chairman France Thierry Minssen
Manager France José Amet
League Ligue B
2013-14 relegated
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Avignon Volley-Ball is a French professional Volleyball team based in Avignon, Vaucluse. It is playing in the Ligue B for the 2013/2014 season.

History[edit]

Initially, the Volley-ball team was a part of the Rugby league team of Avignon (SOA XIII), but in 1961 the club became independent. In 1996, "AVB" achieved its highest ranking in French volleyball league, finishing at the fourth place and qualifying for the CEV European cup. In 1997, the team also qualified for the CEV cup, due to their participation in the French volley-ball cup final but lost against Paris Université Club 1-3. They were eliminated on the first round by the Avtomobilist St Petersburg. In the 2011/2012 season, they won their third "second division" title and were promoted to French volleyball league.

Achievements[edit]

Squad 2013/2014[edit]

No. Name Nationality Role
1 Mario Ferrera  Spain Spiker
2 Clément Daniel  France Libero
3 Thibault Carn  France Spiker
4 Bilal M'Barki  France Spiker
5 Stanislas Rabiller  France Diagonal
7 Renaud Ventresque  France Spiker
8 Antoine Aubree  France Spiker
9 Gaël Tranchot  France Middle
10 Diego Santos Pinheiro  Brazil Middle
11 Quentin Rossard  France Setter
12 Jordi Leugé-Maillet  France Setter
13 Dylan Davis  United States Middle
14 Cédric Hominal (capt)   Switzerland Setter
15 Christopher Suve  France Diagonal

Previous players[edit]

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