Suvarna Garge (Editor)

Australia men's national volleyball team

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Head coach
Mark Lebdew


Best result
8th (2000)


FIVB ranking
15 (as of August 2016)

3 (First in 2000)

6 (First in 1982)

Australia men's national volleyball team httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenthumbb

Australian Volleyball Federation

Asian Volleyball Confederation

The Australia Men's national volleyball team, also known as Volleyball Team Australia Men (VTAM) or the Volleyroos, is the national volleyball team of the volleyball-playing nation of Australia. As of August 2015, they are ranked 13th in the world. They are a member of the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC). Their best result came in 2007, when they won the Asian Men's Volleyball Championship.


The Volleyroos made a single appearance at the FIVB World League in 1999, but the financial ramifications of the event would not seen them compete again in that competition for many years [1]. In 2014, Australia once again joined the World League. Their final ranking was 5th out of 28 teams. In 2015, they participated again and ranked 8th out of 32 teams. Picking up wins against Italy and silver medalist Serbia, they have shown they are approaching the ability to match some of the world’s best teams.

Tournament history

A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Australia

FIVB World League

  • 1999: 10th
  • 2014: 5th
  • 2015: 8th
  • 2016: 12th
  • Current roster

    The following is the Australian roster in the 2015 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup.

    Head coach: Template:Country data AUSTRALIA Mark Lebdew


    Australia men's national volleyball team Wikipedia

    Similar Topics