2020–21 Italian Women’s Volleyball League

The 2020–21 Serie A1 is the 76th season of the highest professional Italian Women’s Volleyball League. The season takes place from September to April and is contested by thirteen teams.

Sports season

2020–21 Italian Women’s Serie A1
League Italian Women’s Volleyball League
Sport Volleyball
Duration 19 September 2020 – 20 April 2021
Number of teams 13
Regular Season
Season champions Imoco Volley Conegliano
Top scorer Camilla Mingardi
Champions Imoco Volley Conegliano
  Runners-up Igor Gorgonzola Novara
Finals MVP Paola Egonu
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The regular season consists of 26 rounds, where the thirteen participating teams play each other twice (once home and once away). At the completion of the regular season, the twelve best teams advance to the playoffs and the team finishing in 13th is relegated to Serie A2.[1]

The standings criteria are:[2]

  • highest number of result points (points awarded for results: 3 points for 3–0 or 3–1 wins, 2 points for 3–2 win, 1 point for 2–3 loss);
  • highest number of matches won;
  • highest set quotient (the number of total sets won divided by the number of total sets lost);
  • highest points quotient (the number of total points scored divided by the number of total points conceded).
Club Venue Capacity City/Area
Banca Valsabbina Millenium Brescia PalaGeorge 4,300 Montichiari
Bartoccini Fortinfissi Perugia PalaEvangelisti 4,000 Perugia
Bosca S.Bernardo Cuneo PalaCastagnaretta 4,700 Cuneo
Delta Despar Trentino PalaSanbapolis 500 Trento
Igor Gorgonzola Novara PalaTerdoppio 5,000 Novara
Il Bisonte Firenze Nelson Mandela Forum 7,500 Florence
Imoco Volley Conegliano PalaVerde 5,134 Villorba
Saugella Monza PalaIper 4,500 Monza
Reale Mutua Fenera Chieri PalaMaddalene 1,200 Chieri
Savino Del Bene Scandicci Palazzetto dello Sport 2,000 Scandicci
Unet E-Work Busto Arsizio PalaYamamay 5,000 Busto Arsizio
Vbc Èpiù Casalmaggiore PalaRadi 2,918 Cremona
Zanetti Bergamo PalaNorda 2,250 Bergamo

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