V-League

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V-League (or V.League) may refer to the following:

The V-League is a South Korean club volleyball competition. V-League was founded in 2005 with seven men's clubs and six women's clubs.

V.League (Japan)

The V.League1 is the top-level volleyball league for both men and women in Japan. The league started in 1994.

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