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The Philippine Super Liga
Philippine Super Liga
(PSL) is the first semi-professional corporate club volleyball league in the Philippines. It is organized by SportsCore Event Management and Consultancy, Inc. The league is envisioned to provide former collegiate players a league with which they can continue with their volleyball career.[1][2] The PSL began as a women's league during its inaugural tournament. A men's division was added for the succeeding tournament.[3][4] After the formation of Spikers' Turf, the men's division of the indoor tournaments became inactive. The chairman is Philip Ella Juico (also the chairman of the Philippine Athletics Track and Field Association or PATAFA); FIVB official, AVC development and marketing chairman and Larong Volleyball
Volleyball
sa Pilipinas, Inc. (LVPI) adviser Ramon "Tats" Suzara is the league's president, while volleyball TV analyst Dr. Adrian Laurel is the league's commissioner. The league is recognized by the LVPI, the FIVB and the AVC. The league maintains strong ties with the international governing bodies, adhering by the rules and regulations set by the FIVB and AVC.[5] The PSL became a FIVB-accredited club league and its teams and players also became registered with the FIVB.[6]

Contents

1 Current teams 2 Champions

2.1 Indoor volleyball 2.2 Beach volleyball

3 Brand ambassadors 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Current teams[edit] For the 2018 PSL Grand Prix Conference:

2018 PSL Grand Prix Conference teams (Women's Division)

Abbr. Team Company Colors Head Coach Team Captain Imports

CIG Cignal HD Spikers Cignal TV, Inc.           Edgar Barroga Rachel Anne Daquis (FEU) Jeane Horton Sonja Milanovic

CCL COCOLIFE Asset Managers United Coconut Planters Life Assurance Corporation           Moro Branislav Sara Klisura Taylor Milton Sara Klisura

F2L F2 Logistics Cargo Movers F2 Global Logistics Inc.                Arnold Laniog Charleen Cruz (DLSU) Kennedy Lynne Bryan María José Pérez Minami Yoshioka

FOT Foton Tornadoes United Asia
Asia
Automotive Group, Inc.           Rommel Abella Aleona Denise Manabat (NU) Brooke Kanda Elizabeth Wendel Katarina Vukamanovic

GEN Generika-Ayala Lifesavers Erikagen, Inc.                Sherwin Meneses Angeli Pauline Araneta (UP) Darlene Ramdin Symone Hayden

PET Petron Blaze Spikers Petron Corporation                Cesael delos Santos Lindsay Stalzer (Bradley) Hillary Hurley Lindsay Stalzer Yuri Fukuda

SMA Smart Prepaid Giga Hitters Smart Communications           Ronald Dulay Janet Serafica (Adamson) Gyselle Silva Lisbet Arredondo Reyes

SLR Sta. Lucia Lady Realtors Sta. Lucia Land, Inc.                George Pascua Pamela Tricia Lastimosa (UST) Bohdana Anisova Kristen Moncks Marisa Field

Champions[edit] Further information: Philippine Super Liga
Philippine Super Liga
conference results

PSL logo for its first season (2013).

PSL logo (since 2015)

Indoor volleyball[edit]

Season Conference Women’s Men’s

2013 Invitational TMS-Philippine Army Lady Troopers --

Grand Prix PLDT myDSL Speed Boosters

2014 All-Filipino Generika-Army Lady Troopers PLDT Home TVolution-Air Force Power Attackers

Grand Prix Petron Blaze Spikers Cignal HD Spikers

2015 All-Filipino (no tournament)

Grand Prix Foton Tornadoes

2016 Invitational RC Cola-Army Troopers and Est Cola (co-champion)

All-Filipino F2 Logistics Cargo Movers

Grand Prix Foton Tornadoes

2017 Invitational Kobe Shinwa Women's University and Cignal HD Spikers
Cignal HD Spikers
(co-champion)

All-Filipino Petron Blaze Spikers

Grand Prix F2 Logistics Cargo Movers

2018 Grand Prix

All-Filipino

Invitational

Beach volleyball[edit]

Season Conference Women’s Men’s

2015 Challenge Cup Giligan's Sisig Queens SM By The Bay (Team A)

2016 Challenge Cup RC Cola-Army Troopers
RC Cola-Army Troopers
(Team A) Philippine Navy (Team A)

2017 Challenge Cup Petron Sprint 4T Generika-Ayala Lifesavers

2018 Challenge Cup

Brand ambassadors[edit]

Richard Gomez (2013) Gretchen Ho (2014) Charleen Abigail Cruz (2015) Mika Reyes (2016)[7] Aby Maraño (2017)[8]

See also[edit]

Shakey's V-League Spikers' Turf

References[edit]

^ "Super Liga volleyball launched July 7". The Philippine Star. 2013-06-28. Retrieved 2013-11-22.  ^ Cordero, Abac (2013-07-06). "Asian volley official graces PSL opener". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2013-11-22.  ^ " Philippine Super Liga
Philippine Super Liga
to launch first men's club league". Solar Sports Desk. 2013-02-25. Retrieved 2013-11-22.  ^ "Super Liga adds men's tourney in 2nd season". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 2013-10-29. Retrieved 2013-11-22.  ^ Navarro, June (January 5, 2016). "Superliga builds solid links with FIVB, AVC". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved March 1, 2016.  ^ Agcaoili, Lance (January 4, 2016). "PSL president bats for unified calendar". BusinessMirror. Retrieved March 21, 2016.  ^ Escarlote, Mark (July 12, 2016). " Mika Reyes named as 2016 PSL ambassadress". ABS-CBN Sports. Retrieved July 12, 2016.  ^ Escarlote, Mark (October 18, 2017). "Vision ko na makaenggayo ng mga babae na sumabak sa sports – Tyang Aby". ABS-CBN Sports. Retrieved October 18, 2017. 

External links[edit]

http://philippinesuperliga.com/wp/ - official website http://sportscore.com.ph/index.html - SportsCore Event Management and Consultancy, Inc.

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Philippine Super Liga

2018 PSL season: Grand Prix

Conferences Champions Awards Players Teams Draft All-Stars

Active teams

Cignal HD Spikers Cocolife Asset Managers F2 Logistics Cargo Movers Foton Tornadoes Generika-Ayala Lifesavers Petron Blaze Spikers Smart Prepaid Giga Hitters Sta. Lucia Lady Realtors

Defunct teams

AirAsia Amy's Kitchen-Perpetual Cagayan Valley Mane 'n Tail (2015) PCSO Shopinas.com Standard Insurance-Navy Via Mare

Inactive teams

Champion Infinity Fourbees Cavite Giligan's IEM Iriga Maybank MERALCO New San Jose Builders PLDT Volleyball
Volleyball
Club RC Cola-Army Cherrylume
Cherrylume
Iron Lady Warriors Victoria Sports-UST

Category Portal 2013 season 2014 season 2015 season 2016 season 2017 season 2018 season

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Volleyball
Volleyball
in the Philippines

National teams

Men's Women's

U23

League competitions

NCAA Volleyball
Volleyball
Championship (Philippines) Nestea Beach Volleyball Philippine Super Liga Premier Volleyball
Volleyball
League PVF Beach Volleyball Spikers' Turf UAAP Volleyball
Volleyball
Championship

Federations

LVPI PVF

Organizations

Beach Volleyball
Volleyball
Republic

List of V-League players List of Super Liga players

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Sports teams and leagues based in and around Metro Manila

Leagues

Baseball Baseball
Baseball
Philippines

Basketball Philippine Basketball
Basketball
Association

PBA D-League

Football Philippines
Philippines
Football League

Volleyball Philippine Super Liga Premier Volleyball
Volleyball
League Spikers' Turf

Collegiate sports CUSA NAASCU NCAA NCRAA SCUAA UCAA UAAP WNCAA MNCAA

Basketball

PBA All teams

PBA D-League

All teams

ABL Alab Pilipinas

Baseball

Baseball
Baseball
Philippines Alabang Tigers Forward Taguig Patriots Manila Sharks

Football

Philippines
Philippines
Football League JP Voltes Kaya Loyola

Collegiate sports

NCAA All teams UAAP All teams

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Sports leagues in the Philippines

Baseball

Baseball
Baseball
Philippines

Basketball

Philippine Basketball
Basketball
Association (D-League) Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball
Basketball
League Philippine Collegiate Champions League Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball
Basketball
Championship UNTV Cup Pinay Ballers League

Football

Philippines
Philippines
Football League United Football League (folded)

Volleyball

Philippine Super Liga Premier Volleyball
Volleyball
League Spikers' Turf

Collegiate leagues

UAAP NCAA UCAA NCRAA NAASCU CUSA CESAFI UCLAA WNCAA MNCAA PRISSAA SCUAA COSAA ISSA LCUAA UCLAA UCCL

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Men's professional volleyball leagues

FIVB National leagues Club World Championship

North America

Puerto Rico Mexico Dominican Republic

South America

International

South American Club Championship

Domestic

Argentina Brazil Chile Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela

Europe

International

CEV Champions League CEV Cup CEV Challenge Cup

Regional

Baltic League

Domestic

Austria Azerbaijan Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus England Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Israel Italy Lithuania Montenegro Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine

Asia
Asia
and Oceania

International

AVC Club Championship

Domestic

China Indonesia Iran Japan Korea Philippines Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Australia New Zealand

Africa

International

African Cup of Champions Clubs - African Volleyball
Volleyball
Cup Winners' Cup (Defunct)

Domestic

Algeria Tunisia

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Women's professional volleyball leagues

FIVB National leagues Club World Championship

North, Central America and Caribbean

Dominican Republic Mexico Puerto Rico USA

South America

Continental

South American Club Championship

Domestic

Argentina (es) Brazil Chile (it) Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela

Europe

Continental

CEV Champions League CEV Cup CEV Challenge Cup

Regional

Baltic League BVA Cup MEVZA Cup NEVZA Club Championships

Domestic

Albania Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark England Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Israel Italy Latvia Lithuania Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine

Asia
Asia
and Oceania

Continental

AVC Club Championships

Regional

Arab Clubs Championship

Domestic

Australia China Indonesia Iran Japan Kazakhstan New Zealand Philippines South Korea Taiwan Thailand Uzbekistan Vietnam

Africa

Continental

African Cup of Champions Clubs

Regional

Arab Clubs Championship

Domestic

Algeria Angola Cameroon Egypt Ken

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