VC CSKA Moscow

The VK CSKA Moscow (Russian волейбольный клуб ЦСКА ) was a men's volleyball team from Moscow, which belonged to the Army Sports Club CSKA Moscow with 13 European Cup wins and 30 national titles is the most successful volleyball team in Europe.


The men's volleyball team of Army Sports Club of the Red Army was founded in 1946. Already in 1949, the club won its first league title, the 32 to 1991 should follow. In addition, CSKA was five times winner of the USSR Cup and participated in the European Cup Winners' Cup. This could win a total of 13 times the club, where he dominated the competition, especially in the 1970s and 1980s. After the dissolution of the USSR, CSKA won more championships in Russia and the cup competition in 1994, but rose in 2000 in the second league, which Wysschaja League A, from. By 2005, CSKA was a member of this league before he finished eighth in the season Europe in the third league, the league Wysschaja B, descent and there in 2006.

In the summer of 2007, the entire sports club CSKA Moscow was facing severe financial problems and almost ceased to exist. The volleyball team took further part in the third division before the volleyball department of the men was finally dissolved in 2009. A year earlier the women's team had already been resolved.