FIVB Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Futures underway in Nuvali

World-class action returns at the world-class Nuvali Sand Courts with the staging of the sixth leg of the 2024 FIVB Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Futures starting today, April 11.

It was only last Sunday when the Philippine National Volleyball Federation (PNVF) capped a four-day Asian Volleyball Confederation Beach Tour Nuvali Open at the Nuvali courts by Ayala Land with Iran and Australia emerging as men’s and women’s champions, respectively.

On Thursday, the elite in beach volleyball would again converge in the City of Santa Rosa for the sixth of the 36 legs calendared by the FIVB and Volleyball World for the Futures event.

“We expect dozens of teams anew from all over the world to showcase the future global stars of beach volleyball,” said PNVF president Ramon “Tats” Suzara. “The Philippines and Nuvali are now a world beach volleyball destination, marking the country’s significant presence in the sport.”

Teams were expected to arrive starting Tuesday and until Wednesday in time for the preliminary inquiry for the event backed by Smart Communications, Santa Rosa City Mayor Arlene Arcillas, Philippine Sports Commission, Philippine Olympic Committee, Asics, Senoh, Mikasa, Foton Motor Philippines Inc. and Seda Nuvali.

The PNVF has lined up six major international tournaments this year—highlighted by the Volleyball Nations League Men’s Week 3 at the Mall of Asia Arena from June 18 to 23—ahead of the country’s solo hosting of the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship 2024.

Also on the PNVF international calendar are the 5th AVC Challenge Cup for Women (May 25-June 1, PhilSports Arena), 4th Southeast Asia V League Women’s Week 2 (July) and Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Challenge (November 28-December 1, Nuvali).

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