Women's South American Volleyball Championship

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Women's South American Volleyball Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2019 Women's South American Volleyball Championship
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1951
No. of teams 8 (Finals)
Continent South America (CSV)
Most recent
champion(s)
 Brazil (21st title)
Most titles  Brazil (21 titles)

The Women's South American Volleyball Championship is the official competition for senior women's national volleyball teams of South America, organized by the Confederación Sudamericana de Voleibol (CSV). The initial gap between championships was variable, but since 1967 they have been awarded every two years. The competition has been dominated by Brazil and Peru.

History[edit]

Year Host Final 3rd place match Teams
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1951
Details
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro

Brazil
Round-robin
Uruguay

Peru
Round-robin
Argentina
4
1956
Details
Uruguay
Montevideo

Brazil
Round-robin
Uruguay

Peru
Round-robin
Paraguay
4
1958
Details
Brazil
Porto Alegre

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Uruguay
Round-robin
Paraguay
5
1961
Details
Peru
Lima

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
4
1962
Details
Chile
Santiago

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
4
1964
Details
Argentina
Buenos Aires

Peru
Round-robin
Paraguay

Argentina
Round-robin
Uruguay
4
1967
Details
Brazil
Santos

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Paraguay
Round-robin
Uruguay
5
1969
Details
Venezuela
Caracas

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Uruguay
Round-robin
Venezuela
6
1971
Details
Uruguay
Montevideo

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Uruguay
Round-robin
Paraguay
8
1973
Details
Colombia
Bucaramanga

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Uruguay
Round-robin
Chile
7
1975
Details
Paraguay
Asunción

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Uruguay
6
1977
Details
Peru
Arequipa / Lima

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
8
1979
Details
Argentina
Rosario / Santa Fe

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
7
1981
Details
Brazil
Santo André

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Paraguay
6
1983
Details
Brazil
São Paulo

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
5
1985
Details
Venezuela
Caracas

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Venezuela
Round-robin
Colombia
4
1987
Details
Uruguay
Punta del Este

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Venezuela
Round-robin
Argentina
7
1989
Details
Brazil
Curitiba

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
6
1991
Details
Brazil
Osasco

Brazil
3–1
Peru

Colombia
Round-robin
Argentina
9
1993
Details
Peru
Cusco

Peru
3–1
Brazil

Venezuela
Round-robin
Colombia
6
1995
Details
Brazil
Porto Alegre

Brazil
3–0
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
8
1997
Details
Peru
Lima

Brazil
3–0
Peru

Argentina
3–0
Venezuela
6
1999
Details
Venezuela
Valencia

Brazil
3–0
Argentina

Peru
3–0
Venezuela
7
2001
Details
Argentina
Morón

Brazil
3–0
Argentina

Venezuela
3–0
Uruguay
4 / 8
2003
Details
Colombia
Bogotá

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Peru
Round-robin
Colombia
4 / 9
2005
Details
Bolivia
La Paz

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
7
2007
Details
Chile
Rancagua / Santiago

Brazil
3–0
Peru

Venezuela
3–0
Uruguay
8
2009
Details
Brazil
Porto Alegre

Brazil
3–0
Argentina

Peru
3–1
Colombia
8
2011
Details
Peru
Callao

Brazil
3–0
Argentina

Peru
3–1
Colombia
4 / 7
2013
Details
Peru
Ica

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Peru
Round-robin
Colombia
6
2015
Details
Colombia
Cartagena

Brazil
3–0
Peru

Colombia
3–2
Argentina
8
2017
Details
Colombia
Cali

Brazil
Round-robin
Colombia

Peru
Round-robin
Argentina
6
2019
Details
Peru
Cajamarca

Brazil
3–0
Colombia

Peru
3–2
Argentina
8

Medals summary[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 21 11 0 32
2  Peru 12 11 9 32
3  Argentina 0 6 12 18
4  Uruguay 0 2 4 6
5  Colombia 0 2 2 4
6  Paraguay 0 1 1 2
7  Venezuela 0 0 5 5
Totals (7 nations) 33 33 33 99

MVP by edition[edit]

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