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VOLLEYBALL SPORTS MATERIAL, TEAM EQUIPMENT & ADVERTISING GUIDELINES
FOR FIVB WORLD AND OFFICIAL COMPETITIONS
© Fédération Internationale de Volleyball Page | 2
This document is produced by the FIVB for FIVB World and Official Competitions (other specific
conditions may apply for the Olympic Games as per the Olympic Charter).
Sections in this document include:
1. Homologated Sports Materials
2. Standards for Team Equipment
3. Advertising Guidelines
DEFINITION OF FIVB COMPETITIONS
Please note that the definition for FIVB Competitions can be found in the FIVB Sports Regulations, Article
2, section I, Chapter I, art. 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4.
World Championships, World Championships Qualifying Tournaments, World Olympic
Tournaments, World Olympic Qualifying Tournaments, World Cups, Men’s Under 21 and
Women’s Under 20, Junior World Championships and their Qualifying tournaments, Boys’ Under
19 and Girls’ Under 18 Youth World Championships and their qualifying tournaments and World
Grand Champions Cup, Height Limit World Championships (Men U-185, Women U-175).
World League, World Grand Prix, World Club Championships (Men & Women), World Gala,
World Super Challenge, and Age Competitions (U16, U23 etc.).
Olympic Games, Youth Olympic Games, Military World Games, Universiade and Master Games.
Continental Senior Championships, Continental Men’s and Women’s Junior Championships,
Continental Boys’ and Girls’ Youth Championships, Height Limit Continental Championships (M-
U185, W-U175), Continental Games and Regional Games.
Enquiries relating to homologation of specific material can be directed to the:
FIVB Technical Director at <<email@example.com>>
Enquiries relating to event specific matters can be directed to the:
FIVB Volleyball Events Director at <<firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Enquiries relating to event specific marketing matters can be directed to the:
FIVB TV & Marketing Director <<email@example.com>>
Please refer to the FIVB website for the most up to date version of these guidelines: