VC Zenit-Kazan (Russian: Зенит-Казань), until 2008 known as Dinamo Tattransgaz Kazan (Russian: Динамо-Таттрансгаз), is a professional men's volleyball team based in Kazan, Russia. It plays in the Super League (8-time champion). The team won the 2007–08, 2011–12, 2014–15, 2015-16, and 2016-17 CEV Champions League titles, thus being the most-titled club in its new history. As of October 2016, Kazan is ranked 1st in the Men's European clubs ranking.
|Full name||Volleyball Club "Zenit-Kazan"|
|Ground||Kazan Volleyball Centre
|League||Russian Volleyball Super League|
- CEV Champions League
- FIVB Club World Championship
- Russian Championship
- Russian Cup
- Russian SuperCup
The club was founded on 13 May 2000 by the decision of Tatarstan Ministry of Internal Affairs and Kazan City Administration. It was formed at the base of Directorate of Internal Affairs and aimed at taking part in games of Russian Championship First League.
Head coach: Vladimir Alekno
|No.||Name||Date of birth||Position|
|1||Anderson, MatthewMatthew Anderson||April 18, 1987||outside hitter|
|4||Volvich, ArtemArtem Volvich||January 22, 1990||middle blocker|
|5||Alekno, LaurenLauren Alekno||September 18, 1996||setter|
|6||Yudin, IgorIgor Yudin||June 17, 1987||outside hitter|
|7||Panteleymonenko, MaximMaxim Panteleymonenko||September 1, 1981||outside hitter|
|8||Alekseev, NikitaNikita Alekseev||July 15, 1992||opposite|
|9||León, WilfredoWilfredo León||July 31, 1993||outside hitter|
|10||Kononov, AlexeyAlexey Kononov||April 9, 1997||middle blocker|
|11||Krotkov, ValentinValentin Krotkov||September 1, 1991||libero|
|12||Butko, AlexanderAlexander Butko||March 18, 1986||setter|
|13||Samoylenko, AlexeyAlexey Samoylenko||September 23, 1985||middle blocker|
|14||Gutsalyuk, AlexanderAlexander Gutsalyuk||January 15, 1988||middle blocker|
|16||Verbov, AlexeyAlexey Verbov||January 31, 1982||libero|
|17||Babichev, VladislavVladislav Babichev||February 18, 1981||libero|
|18||Mikhaylov, MaximMaxim Mikhaylov||March 19, 1988||opposite|
Notable, former or current players of club, who are medalist of intercontinental tournaments in national teams or clubs.
Kazan Volleyball Centre is a modern complex with a total area of 13 thousand square meters. The capacity of the main arena is 5,000 spectators, the small one 700. They have all the necessary support facilities and well-equipped gyms. The arena is located at Midhat Bulatov Street.
The table below shows the history of kit providers for the Zenit-Kazan team.