FIVB World Ranking - Men. The FIVB World Ranking is a ranking system for men's national teams. A point system is used, with points being awarded based on the last results of the following competitions : World League (now Nations League), Olympic Games, World Cup and World Championship. Latest update: 2021-08-03
The Game. Following the decision of the FIVB Board of Administration, the new World Ranking system will be implemented from 1 February 2020 and will take into account all results from 1 January 2019. However, for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games grouping, the previous World Ranking will be applied, based on the rankings as of 31 January 2020.
Important Information. Due to the global pandemic crisis, the inactive teams were exceptionally not sanctioned with -50 points in 2020; Due to the global pandemic crisis, events taking place outside of the official national team season calendar dates will exceptionally count towards the Senior World Ranking in 2021.
1. Sergio Dutra Santos Libero from Brazil. 8007.20 points. 2. Maxim Mikhaylov Opposite from Russia. 7833.10 points. 3. Wilfredo Leon Outside Hitter from Poland. 6571.80 points.
FIVB VOLLEYBALL WORLD RANKING. FIVB Senior World Ranking - Men: As per October 15, 2019 : Rk. Teams: Points +/- Rk. Oct. 2018: World League 2017: Olympic Games
2021. 1. Nimir Abdel-Aziz Opposite from Netherlands. 1110.80 points. 2. Wilfredo Leon Outside Hitter from Poland. 787.00 points. 3. Earvin N'Gapeth Outside Hitter from France.
They are solid, but they have the potential to be at least in the top 3 best men’s volleyball national teams. 7. Italy. Key players: Osmany Juantorena, Ivan Zaytsev Overall gold medals: 29. Historically, Italy is one of the most titled volleyball nations in the world. But the last time they forgot how good they are.
1) Brazil. The current leading side and most successful in the history of men’s volleyball is Brazil. They were surprisingly beaten by Poland most recently despite starting as strong favourites at the world cup. Brazil are three time Olympic Gold medal winners with the most recent title coming back in 2016.