VNL 2024 SCHEDULE: Week 3 Manila, Philippines leg

VNL 2024 SCHEDULE: Week 3 Manila, Philippines leg

/ 04:55 PM June 17, 2024

VNL FIVB Philippines Manila

FILE–Crowd shot during a VNL game at Mall of Asia Arena. –MARLO CUETO/

The Philippines is scheduled to a week of  FIVB Men’s Volleyball Nations League (VNL) for the straight year from June 18 to 23 at Mall of Asia Arena.

Reigning Olympic champion France (world No. 7), fan favorites Japan (No. 3) and USA (No. 5) headline the Week 3 cast in Manila with No. 4 Brazil, No. 11 Germany, No. 12 Canada, No. 13 The Netherlands and No. 17 Iran.

READ: Fan favorites USA, Japan arrive for VNL in Manila


All games are at the Mall of Asia Arena.

France, Japan, Brazil) and Canada are all inside Top 8 of the VNL standings after two legs with reigning world champion Italy, Slovenia and Poland leading the race so fa.

Germany, USA, the Netherlands and Team USA take 11th, 12th, 13th, and 16th places respectively as they aim to climb the ladder entering the homestretch of the preliminary phase.

VNL 2024 Schedule Week 3: Manila, Philippines leg

VNL 2024 Schedule Week 3 Manila, Philippines leg

VNL 2024 schedule of games in Manila.

JUNE 18, Tuesday

  • 5pm – Netherlands vs Brazil
  • 8:30pm –  Canada vs  Japan

JUNE 19, Wednesday 

  • 3pm Germany vs France
  • 7pm Iran vs USA

JUNE 20, Thursday

  • 11 am – Germany vs  Canada
  • 4pm – Iran vs Netherlands
  • 7pm – Brazil vs USA

JUNE 21, Friday

  • 11am – Iran vs  France
  • 4pm – Canada vs Brazil
  • 7pm – Netherlands vs  Japan

JUNE 22, Saturday

  • 11am – Germany vs  USA
  • 4pm – Canada vs  Netherlands
  • 7pm – France vs Japan

JUNE 23, Sunday

  • 11am – Germany vs  Iran
  • 4pm – France vs  Brazil
  • 7pm – Japan vs USA

Paris Olympics slots could be on the line at VNL

The Top 8 teams after the preliminary phase will qualify for the VNL Final Round in Poland from June 27-30.

With top world teams competing in the VNL– the last volleyball tournament before the Paris Olympics–there could be implications for the qualifying points for the upcoming Summer Games in July.

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Five spots based on the FIVB World Rankings are still up for grabs with only seven countries – host France, Germany, Brazil, USA, Japan, Poland and Canada – having booked their Olympic seats so far.


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