PSL Invitational Kicks Off On February 18 at the Fil Oil Flying V Arena in San Juan. Six teams with game days on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays on TV5 and sports5.ph. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as we release details in the coming days.
Philippine SuperLiga Invitationals 2016
This year the PSL is again being eyed to serve as chief organizer of the AVC Asian Women’s Club Championship in September as well as the FIVB World Women’s Club Championship in October treating local players, coaches and fans to an all-our display of world-class volleyball action.
Aside from hosting the Asian Women’s Club tourney from Sept. 3 to 11, the league will also send a team to the Thailand Super League, a prestigious tournament that will pit the PSL Select Team against four of the best club teams in Thailand and an All-Star team from Vietnam from March 23-29.
The league will also embark on a West Coast Road Tour in the United States from Sept. 16 to 25.
January to May – Annual Players Draft Pool Application and Profiling
February 18 to April 9 – PSL Invitationals
March 23 to 29 – Thailand Super League (PSL All Star Participation)
May 7 (every weekend) – Beach Volleyball Challenge Series (4 Legs)
May 20 – Draft Players Pool and Presentation to Media
June 11 to July 30 – All Filipino Conference
August 19 to 21 – Champions League
September 3 to 11 – Asian Women’s Club Championship (Manila, Philippines)
September 16 to 25 – PSL West Coast Road Tour
October 8 to December 4 – PSL Grand Prix
Suzara said despite all these exciting possibilities, the PSL will still not veer away from its ultimate goal.
“Making the PSL a family sport entertainment remains our top priority,” he said. “We will make sure to come up with a more balanced field, unpredictable games, high-caliber players and intense action next year. It’s going to be a blast.”
Join the Philippine SuperLiga Draft by filling up this form.
We’re excited to see you play in the 2016 season of the Philippine SuperLiga, our country’s first club volleyball league. Get a chance to develop high-level skills in a local setting that conforms to the international standards of the sport. Philippine SuperLiga puts a premium on the advancement of volleyball players by allowing you to pursue the sport after college.
1. The 2016 draft is open to Filipino Women at least 18 years old.
2. You must either have completed your scholastic requirements or must no longer be enrolled in an educational institution as of March 2016. If you are still a student, you must not have any playing obligation with your school.
3. You should not have an existing contract with any of the participating teams in the Philippine SuperLiga. If you have formerly played in the league, you must provide a signed document from the Team Manager stating your release from the previous club.
Champions: Foton Tornadoes
2nd: Petron Blaze Spikers
3rd: Philips Gold Lady Slammers
4th: Cignal HD Spikers
5th: Meralco Power Spikers
6th: RC Cola Air Force Raiders
1st Best Outside Spiker, Ariel Usher – Cignal HD Spikers
2nd Best Outside Spiker, Bojana Todorovic – Philips Gold Lady Slammers
1st Best Middle Blocker, Alexis Olgard – Philips Gold Lady Slammers
2nd Best Middle Blocker, Jaja Santiago – Foton Tornadoes
1st Best Setter, Ivy Perez – Foton Tornadoes
2nd Best Setter, Erica Adachi – Petron Blaze Spikers
1st Best Opposite Spiker, Michele Gumabao – Philips Gold Lady Slammers
2nd Best Opposite Spiker, Frances Molina – Petron Blaze Spikers
Best Libero, Jen Reyes – Petron Blaze Spikers
Most Valuable Player, Lindsay Stalzer – Foton Tornadoes
Coach of the Year, George Pascua – Petron Blaze Spikers