The Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) announced the results of its 3rd board meeting today (19th) and said,
We have decided to expand the countries eligible for the Asian quota for the next season.” 사설토토
KOVO said, “The existing Asian quota players were selected from a total of 10 countries, including 4 East Asian countries (Japan, Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong) and 6 Southeast Asian countries (Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar)
but starting next season, the Asian Volleyball Federation “We decided to select from all 65 member countries registered with (AVC),” he explained.
The Asian quota was introduced this season to balance league power and improve performance. 온라인카지노
Asian quarter players are creating a new wave in professional volleyball with their skills exceeding expectations.
In particular, the women’s division has many players who are performing as well as existing foreign players.
In accordance with the changed regulations, each club plans to select Asian quota players from 65 countries through a tryout method in April next year.
The venue for foreign player tryouts has also been decided.
It is scheduled to be held for 8 days in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) starting May 5th next year.
Each club decided to select new foreign players through face-to-face events like last year.
In addition, KOVO selected Tongyeong City, Gyeongsangnam-do as the final preferred negotiation site for the 2024 KOVO Cup.
Next year’s cup competition is expected to be held at Tongyeong Gymnasium
with the men’s game taking place from September 20th to 28th and the women’s game taking place from September 28th to October 6th.
The number of teams participating in this cup competition will increase.
Ten teams each for men and women, including professional teams, overseas invitation teams, and business teams, will compete.
The V-League schedule for the 2024-2025 season has also been decided.
The new season of the V-League will start on October 19 next year and run until April 9, 2025. 토토사이트
Each men’s and women’s team will play six rounds, with games starting at 7 PM on weekdays, and on weekends at 2 PM for the men and 4 PM for the women.
Monday is a rest day and the All-Star Game will be held after the third round.