V-League (South Korea)

The V-League is a South Korean club volleyball competition. It was founded in 2005 and currently has seven men’s clubs and seven women’s clubs.

V-League
Current season, competition or edition:
2021–22 V-League (South Korea)
Sport Volleyball
Founded 2005
Founder KOVO
No. of teams 7 (men)
7 (women)
Country South Korea
Most recent
champion(s)
Men:
Incheon Korean Air Jumbos
Women:
GS Caltex Seoul KIXX
Most titles Men:
Daejeon Samsung Fire Bluefangs (8 titles)
Women:
Incheon Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders (4 titles)
TV partner(s) SPOTV, SBS Sports, KBS Sports
Official website KOVO

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Location of teams in V-League Men’s Clubs
Team Location Stadium Capacity
Ansan OK Financial Group Okman Ansan Sangnoksu Gymnasium 2,700
Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers Cheonan Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium 5,482
Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium 5,000
Uijeongbu KB Insurance Stars Uijeongbu Uijeongbu Gymnasium 6,240
Incheon Korean Air Jumbos Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium 4,270
Seoul Woori Card Wibee Seoul Jangchung Gymnasium 4,507
Suwon KEPCO Vixtorm Suwon Suwon Gymnasium 4,317

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