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The CEV organises all Volleyball and Beach Volleyball European competitions.
The European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) is the FIVB supporting institution responsible for governing 56 national federations throughout Europe and is recognised as such by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB).
The CEV has the authority and responsibility for organising all European competitions in Volleyball and Beach Volleyball. The CEV headquarters are located in Luxembourg City (Grand Duchy of Luxembourg).
The CEV shall pursue, in the geographical area that is placed under its authority, the aims of the FIVB to encourage the development and growth of Volleyball and Beach Volleyball in all its forms as set out in the FIVB Constitution, with particular emphasis on:
Coordinating the activity of the national federations, to promote their mutual cooperation and understanding and settling any disputes.
Fostering the development of friendly relations between the national federations and all officials, trainers, referees and players.
Ensuring adherence to the FIVB Constitution, Code of Conduct, Regulations, Official Rules and any other FIVB decision.
Promoting the expansion and popularity of volleyball and beach volleyball in all their forms.
Encouraging the establishment of national federations and their membership in the FIVB.
Organising continental championships and all other official competitions.
Encouraging the organisation of courses and advanced training sessions in both technical subjects and refereeing.
CEV - Confédération Européenne de Volleyball