MEVZA League

The Middle European League or MEVZA League is a regional volleyball league, contested by the club teams from the Middle European Volleyball Zonal Association (MEVZA). The season consists of two stages; the regular league season, and the final four tournament. The most successful teams are ACH Volley (men's edition)[1] and SVS Post Schwechat (women's edition), with eleven and five titles, respectively.

MEVZA League
Founded1992; 30 years ago (1992)
No. of teams9 (2021–22, men's edition)
6 (2021–22, women's edition)
CountryAustria
Croatia
Hungary
Slovakia
Slovenia
(2021–22 season)
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
ACH Volley (men's)
(2020–21 season)
Most titlesACH Volley
(men's, 11 titles)
SVS Post Schwechat (women's, 5 titles)
Official websitemevza.org/

Established in 1992, the competition was initially named Interleague and was played between 1992 and 2002. In 2005, the league was reestablished under the name Middle European League.[2]

List of winners (men's)Edit

SeasonsEdit

Season Winners Runners-up
Interleague
1992–93   Aero Odolena Voda N/A
1993–94   Aero Odolena Voda   Mladost Zagreb
1994–95   VKP Bratislava   Donaukraft Wien
1995–96   Mladost Zagreb   Donaukraft Wien
1996–97   Mladost Zagreb N/A
1997–98   Mladost Zagreb N/A
1998–99   Mladost Zagreb N/A
1999–00   HotVolleys Vienna N/A
2000–01 Not played
2001–02   HotVolleys Vienna N/A
MEVZA League
2005–06   HotVolleys Vienna   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck
2006–07   Autocommerce Bled   HotVolleys Vienna
2007–08   ACH Volley Bled   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck
2008–09   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck   ACH Volley
2009–10   ACH Volley Bled   HotVolleys Vienna
2010–11   ACH Volley Bled   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck
2011–12   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck   ACH Volley
2012–13   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Posojilnica Aich/Dob
2013–14   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Posojilnica Aich/Dob
2014–15   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck   Posojilnica Aich/Dob
2015–16   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck
2016–17   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Hypo Tirol Innsbruck
2017–18   Posojilnica Aich/Dob   Calcit Volley
2018–19   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Posojilnica Aich/Dob
2019–20   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Mladost Zagreb
2020–21   ACH Volley Ljubljana   Merkur Maribor

Number of titlesEdit

Club Titles Winning years
  ACH Volley 11 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021
  Mladost Zagreb 4 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
  HotVolleys Vienna 3 2000, 2002, 2006
  Hypo Tirol Innsbruck 3 2009, 2012, 2015
  Aero Odolena Voda 2 1993, 1994
  VKP Bratislava 1 1995
  Posojilnica Aich/Dob 1 2018

List of winners (women's)Edit

SeasonsEdit

Season Winners Runners-up
Interleague
1992–93   Post SV Wien N/A
1993–94   Mladost Zagreb N/A
1994–95   Eger N/A
1995–96   Eger N/A
1996–97   Eger N/A
1997–98   Post SV Vienna N/A
1998–99   Post SV Vienna N/A
1999–00   Nyíregyháza RK N/A
2000–01   Post SV Vienna N/A
2001–02   SV Schwechat/PSV Telekom N/A
MEVZA League
2005–06   OMS Senica   Slavia Bratislava
2006–07   OMS Senica   Hit Nova Gorica
2007–08   Hit Nova Gorica   SVS Post Schwechat
2008–09   Rijeka KWSO   SVS Post Schwechat
2009–10   Nova KBM Branik   Split 1700
2010–11   Modřanská Prostějov   SVS Post Schwechat
2011–12   Nova KBM Branik   SVS Post Schwechat
2012–13   Nova KBM Branik   SVS Post Schwechat
2013–14   Calcit Kamnik   Nova KBM Branik
2014–15   Nova KBM Branik   Calcit Volleyball
2015–16   Calcit Volley   Linamar Békéscsabai
2016–17   Linamar Békéscsabai   Calcit Volley
2017–18   Linamar Békéscsabai   Olomouc
2018–19   Olomouc   Nova KBM Branik
2019–20   Calcit Volley   Nova KBM Branik
2020–21 Not played

Number of titlesEdit

Club Titles Winning years
  SVS Post Schwechat 5 1993, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002
  Nova KBM Branik 4 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015
  Eger 3 1995, 1996, 1997
  Calcit Volley 3 2014, 2016, 2020
  OMS Senica 2 2006, 2007
  Linamar Békéscsabai 2 2017, 2018
  Mladost Zagreb 1 1994
  Nyíregyháza RK 1 2000
  Gorica 1 2008
  Rijeka 1 2009
  Modřanská Prostějov 1 2011
  Olomouc 1 2019

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Brez senzacije: ACH Volley ostaja kralj lige MEVZA!" (in Slovenian). Siol. 1 March 2021. Retrieved 28 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Hall of Fame – Middle European League". mevza.volleynet.at. Archived from the original on 18 January 2021. Retrieved 28 April 2021.

External linksEdit