Asian Volleyball Confederation

Die Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC, Deutsch:Asiatischer Volleyballbund) ist der kontinentale Dachverband des Volleyballs für Asien und Ozeanien. Der Hauptsitz des Verbands befindet sich in Peking (China).

Profil

Die AVC wurde am 6. Mai 1952 auf Initiative des Japaners Nishikawa gegründet. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt hatte der Verband zwölf Mitglieder. Nachdem die FIVB auf ihrem Kongress im September 1961 beschloss, Komitees der kontinentalen Zonen einzurichten, wurde der asiatische Verband 1962 in Asian Volleyball Federation (AVF) umbenannt. Am 8. Oktober 1962 wurde Nishikawa zum Vorsitzenden des Asian Sport Committee (ASC) gewählt. Später erhielt der Verband nach einer Revision der FIVB seinen vorherigen Namen zurück. Im November 1976 wählte die AVC den Japaner Maeda zum neuen Präsidenten. Er wurde im November 1985 von seinem Landsmann Yasutaka Matsudaira abgelöst. Heutiger Präsident der AVC ist der Chinese Jizhong Wei.

Mitgliedsverbände

Die folgende Tabelle zeigt alle Mitgliedsverbände der AVC.

Code Land Verband Link
AFG AfghanistanAfghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan Volleyball Association
ASM Amerikanisch-SamoaAmerikanisch-Samoa Amerikanisch-Samoa American Samoa Volleyball Association
AUS AustralienAustralien Australien Australia Volleyball Federation [1]
BGD BangladeschBangladesch Bangladesch Bangladesh Volleyball Federation
BHR BahrainBahrain Bahrain Bahrain Volleyball Association
BRN BruneiBrunei Brunei Brunei Amateur Volleyball Association
BTN BhutanBhutan Bhutan Bhutan Volleyball Federation
CHN China VolksrepublikChina China China Volleyball Association [2]
COK CookinselnCookinseln Cookinseln Cook Islands Volleyball Association
FJI FidschiFidschi Fidschi Fiji Volleyball Federation
FSM Mikronesien Foderierte StaatenMikronesien Mikronesien Federated States of Micronesia Volleyball Association
GUM GuamGuam Guam Guam Volleyball Federation
HKG HongkongHongkong Hongkong Volleyball Association of Hong Kong, China
INA IndonesienIndonesien Indonesien National Volleyball Federation of Indonesia
IND IndienIndien Indien Volleyball Federation of India
IRI IranIran Iran Islamic Republic of Iran Volleyball Federation [3]
IRQ IrakIrak Irak Iraq Center Volleyball Federation
JOR JordanienJordanien Jordanien Jordan Volleyball Federation
JPN JapanJapan Japan Japan Volleyball Association [4]
KAZ KasachstanKasachstan Kasachstan Volleyball Federation of Republic of Kazakhstan
KGZ KirgisistanKirgisistan Kirgisistan Kirigistan Volleyball Federation
KHM KambodschaKambodscha Kambodscha Cambodia Volleyball Federation
KIR KiribatiKiribati Kiribati Kiribati Volleyball Federation
KOR Korea SudSüdkorea Südkorea Korea Volleyball Association [5]
KSA Saudi-ArabienSaudi-Arabien Saudi-Arabien Saudi Arabia Volleyball Federation
KUW KuwaitKuwait Kuwait Kuwait Volleyball Association
LAO LaosLaos Laos Lao Volleyball Federation
LBN LibanonLibanon Libanon Lebanese Volleyball Federation
MAC MacauMacao Macao Amateur Volleyball Association of Macao
MDV MaledivenMalediven Malediven Volleyball Association of Maldives
MGL MongoleiMongolei Mongolei Volleyball Federation of Mongolia
MHL MarshallinselnMarshallinseln Marshallinseln Republic of the Marshall Islands Volleyball Federation
MMR MyanmarMyanmar Myanmar Myamar Volleyball Federation
MNP Marianen NordlicheNördliche Marianen Nördliche Marianen Saipan Amateur Volleyball Association
MYS MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia Malaysia Amateur Volleyball Association
NEP NepalNepal Nepal Nepal Volleyball Association
NIU NiueNiue Niue Niue Island Volleyball Association
NRU NauruNauru Nauru Nauru Volleyball Association
NZL NeuseelandNeuseeland Neuseeland Volleyball New Zealand
OMN OmanOman Oman Oman Volleyball Association
PAK PakistanPakistan Pakistan Pakistan Volleyball Federation
PHI PhilippinenPhilippinen Philippinen Philippine Amateur Volleyball Association
PLW PalauPalau Palau Palau Amateur Volleyball Association
PLY Franzosisch-PolynesienFranzösisch-Polynesien Französisch-Polynesien Volleyball Federation of Tahiti
PNG Papua-NeuguineaPapua-Neuguinea Papua-Neuguinea Papua New Guinea Amateur Volleyball Federation
PRK Korea NordNordkorea Nordkorea Volleyball Association of the D.P.R. Korea
PSE Palastina AutonomiegebietePalästinensische Autonomiegebiete Palästinensische Autonomiegebiete Palestine Volleyball Association
QAT KatarKatar Katar Qatar Volleyball Association
SGP SingapurSingapur Singapur Volleyball Association of Singapore
SLB SalomonenSalomonen Salomonen Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation
SRI Sri LankaSri Lanka Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Volleyball Federation
SYR SyrienSyrien Syrien Syrian Arab Volleyball Federation
THA ThailandThailand Thailand Volleyball Association of Thailand [6]
TJK TadschikistanTadschikistan Tadschikistan Volleyball Federation of Tadjikistan
TKM TurkmenistanTurkmenistan Turkmenistan Turkmenistan Volleyball Federation
TLS OsttimorOsttimor Osttimor
TON TongaTonga Tonga Tonga National Volleyball Association
TPE Chinese TaipeiChinese Taipei Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei Volleyball Association [7]
TUV TuvaluTuvalu Tuvalu Federation de Volleyball de Tuvalu
UAE Vereinigte Arabische EmirateVereinigte Arabische Emirate Vereinigte Arabische Emirate United Arab Emirates Volleyball Association
UZB UsbekistanUsbekistan Usbekistan Uzbekistan Volleyball Federation
VIE VietnamVietnam Vietnam Volleyball Federation of Vietnam
VUT VanuatuVanuatu Vanuatu Vanuatu Amateur Volleyball
WSM SamoaSamoa Samoa Western Samoa Volleyball Association
YEM JemenJemen Jemen Yemen Volleyball Association

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