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The AVC Club Volleyball Championship is a sport competition for club volleyball teams, currently held annually and organized by the Asian Volleyball Confederation, the Asia volleyball federation. From the year of 2004, the names of AVC Club Tournaments changed from “AVC Cup Men’s/Women’s Club Tournaments” to “Asian Men’s/Women’s Club Volleyball Championship”. 2003 AVC Men’s and Women’s Club Tournaments were cancelled due to the outbreak of SARS.

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The 1999 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the first staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Hefei, China. Sichuan Fulan of China won the tournament in round robin format.

CHAMPION : China Sichuan Fulan

RUNNER-UP :   South Korea Samsung Fire

THIRD PLACE : Iran Paykan Tehran

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The 2000 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 2nd staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Suphanburi, Thailand. Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance of Korea won the tournament after beating Paykan of Tehran, Iran.

CHAMPION : South KoreaSamsung Fire

RUNNER-UP :   Iran Paykan Tehran

THIRD PLACE :China Jin Han Wang

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The 2001 AVC Cup Men’s Club Tournament was the 3rd staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Shehong, China. Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance of Korea won the tournament after beating Suntory Sunbirds of Japan.

CHAMPION : South KoreaSamsung Fire

RUNNER-UP :   JapanSuntory Sunbirds

THIRD PLACE :China Shanghai Cable TV

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The 2002 AVC Cup Men’s Club Tournament was the 4th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Azadi Volleyball Hall, Tehran, Iran. Paykan of Iran won the tournament after beating Sanam.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Iran Sanam Tehran

THIRD PLACE :Kazakhstan Atyrau

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The 2004 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 5th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Azadi Volleyball Hall, Tehran, Iran. Sanam of Iran won the tournament after beating Paykan of Iran.

CHAMPION : Iran Sanam Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Iran Paykan Tehran

THIRD PLACE :Kazakhstan Atyrau

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The 2005 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 6th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Liaqut Gymnasium, Islamabad, Pakistan. Rahat CSKA of Kazakhstan won the tournament in round robin format.

CHAMPION : Kazakhstan Rahat CSKA

RUNNER-UP :   Iran Saipa Tehran

THIRD PLACE :China Shanghai Oriental

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The 2006 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 7th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Hanoi, Vietnam. Paykan of Iran won the tournament after beating Rahat CSKA of Kazakhstan.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Kazakhstan Rahat CSKA

THIRD PLACE :Indonesia Jakarta BNI Taplus

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The 2007 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 8th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Manama, bahrain. Paykan of Iran won the tournament after beating Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal

THIRD PLACE :Qatar Al-Arabi

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The 2008 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 9th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Kazakhstan Almaty

THIRD PLACE :JapanSuntory Sunbirds

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The 2009 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 10th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal

THIRD PLACE :Qatar Al-Arabi

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The 2010 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 11th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Zhenjiang Gymnasium, Zhenjiang, China.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Qatar Al-Arabi

THIRD PLACE :JapanPanasonic Panthers

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The 2011 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 12th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Sriwijaya Sport Hall, Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.

CHAMPION : Iran Paykan Tehran

RUNNER-UP :   Kazakhstan Almaty

THIRD PLACE :China Shanghai Tang Dynasty

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The 2012 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 13th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Shanghai, China.

CHAMPION : Qatar Al-Arabi

RUNNER-UP :   China Shanghai Tang Dynasty

THIRD PLACE :Iran Kalleh Mazandaran

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The 2013 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 14th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Azadi Indoor Stadium, Tehran, Iran.

CHAMPION : Iran Kalleh Mazandaran

RUNNER-UP :   Qatar Al-Rayyan

THIRD PLACE :Chinese TaipeiTaiwan Power Company

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The 2014 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship also known as the PLDT HOME Fibr 2014 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship due to sponsorship reasons was the 15th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was supposed to be held in Vietnam but later withdrew from hosting. The tournament was instead held in Pasay, Philippines from 8 to 16 April 2014. The champions of the tournament qualified for 2014 FIVB Volleyball Men’s Club World Championship in Belo Horizonte, Brazil as Asia’s representative.

CHAMPION : Iran Matin Varamin

RUNNER-UP :   Qatar Al-Rayyan

THIRD PLACE :China Beijing BAIC Motors