Sitting Golden EuroLeague (Women) 2024

The cream of women’s sitting volleyball from across Europe will converge on Nottingham to contest the Golden EuroLeague from 28th to 30th June.

Six teams will compete at the University of Nottingham’s Jubilee Sports Centre as they vie for the title of the continent’s best club team. 


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About the competition and host city...

Matches will take place on Friday evening and continue into Saturday and Sunday, with all teams and officials being accommodated on the university campus. 

The event is being hosted by the British Volleyball Federation (BVF) with support from The Volleyball England Foundation and Volleyball England

Volunteers to help at the event are welcomed. If you are interested, please fill in an expression of interest Microsoft Form by clicking here.

Nottingham is a vibrant city, the biggest urban area in the East Midlands region of England (though Leicester as a city is slightly bigger).

It is famed for it's connections to famous English outlaw Robin Hood and later came to prominence as a textile hub.

It has a rich sporting heritage being home to two-time European Cup winners Nottingham Forest FC, former FA Cup winners Notts County, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey, Nottingham Rugby, Beeston Hockey Club and more.

Both its universities, the University of Nottingham (where this event is being held) and Nottingham Trent University have active sports scenes with the two rivals regularly holding varsity matches.

It has its own sitting volleyball club, Nottingham Casualties as well as NVL indoor teams University of Nottingham and Nottingham Rockets.

The teams competing


ASD Giocoparma (Italy)

Asul Lyon Volley (France)

Dream Volley (Pisa)

ECE Semepter (Slovenia)

Mozdulj SE (Hungary)

Panthers (England)

Teams will compete in two groups of three before the competition progresses to cross over semi-finals and then a final. 

Bronze medal and fifth/sixth place matches will also be played.

A schedule of fixtures will be published in due course.


Home representation

England will be represented in the tournament by Panthers - an all-women's team who are regular competitors in the Volleyball England Sitting Grand Prix.

They warmed up for the event in may by claiming a bronze medal at the ParaVolley Europe Silver League, beating French side ASUL Lyon Volley 3-1 to take a bronze medal.

They are looking forward to testing themselves against the best club sides that Europe has to offer.


Spectators welcome

Spectators are welcome to attend matches at the Jubilee Sports Centre (NG8 1BB) with admission free of charge.


Live streaming

All matches from the Golden Euro League will be streamed live. More details on how to access the streams will be confirmed in due course.

Find out more...

Go to the ParaVolley Europe event page by clicking here.