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African Volleyball Championship U19

 

African Volleyball Championship U19

African Volleyball Championship U19
Current season, competition or edition:
2013 African Volleyball Championship U19
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1994
Inaugural season 1994
No. of teams 8 (Finals)
Continent CAVB (Africa)
Most recent champion(s)  Egypt (2013)
Most titles  Tunisia (7 titles)

The African Volleyball Championship U19 is a African Volleyball Confederation, the Africa volleyball federation.

Summaries

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1994
Details

Casablanca

Tunisia

Algeria
1997
Details

...

Tunisia
1998
Details

Radès

Tunisia

Algeria
2000
Details

Alexandria

Tunisia
2002
Details

Casablanca

Egypt

Tunisia

Morocco

Sudan
2004
Details

Durban

Egypt

Tunisia

Sudan

South Africa
2006
Details

Kelibia

Tunisia

Egypt

Algeria
2008
Details

Cairo

Tunisia

Egypt

Algeria

Burundi
2010
Details

Cape Town

Tunisia

Egypt

Morocco

South Africa
2013
Details

Sétif

Egypt

Tunisia

Rwanda

Algeria
^n/a : A round-robin tournament determined the final standings.
^1 : only three teams participated.

Performance by nation

External links

  • todor66.comBoys U19 African Championship Archive -


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