Turkish women's volleyball team clinches World Cup victory, securing spot in Paris Olympics

The Turkish Women's Volleyball Team won all seven matches it played in the 2024 Paris Olympics Qualifiers and secured the 2023 World Cup. The star team concluded the season with three championships.

Team coach Daniele Santarelli and captain Eda Erdem receive the world cup.

Duvar English

The Turkish Women's Volleyball Team achieved a remarkable feat by winning all seven of their matches in the 2024 Paris Olympics Qualifiers, which also served as the 2023 World Cup. 

By finishing at the top of the standings with an undefeated run and 21 points, the national team not only secured the world championship but also earned their spot in the Olympics.

They emerged as the sole team to win all the matches in the competition.

The team recorded its 22nd consecutive victory and had finished first in the FIVB Nations League and European Championships. Thus, it ended the season with three championships.

Despite their success, the team has been attacked by many Islamists in the country for reasons such as the sexual orientation or outfits of the players. 

Also, the team has been traveling around the world with scheduled and connecting flights in economy class while the national men’s football team has been enjoying a private plane even during the domestic travels.