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1991

Rayik Ghukasyan is elected the first president of the Independent Volleyball Federation of Armenia (1991-1998). 
Armenia joins the European and World Volleyball Federations. 

1992

The title of the first champion of independent Armenia is won by the women’s “Oasis” of Etchmiadzin and the men’s teams of “Nairi” of Yerevan.

The Armenian men’s team participated in a major international tournament in Iran.

1994

The Armenian women’s national team participated in the European national team qualifying tournament in Vienna.

1995

The men’s team of Nahabad, Iran shows a high quality game in Armenia. -Armavir men’s team wins the champion’s title of the Republic of Armenia for the first time.

1996

The women’s team of Yerevan wins the title of champion at the Navasard Games in Artik.

1998

The women’s team of Yerevan wins the title of champion at the Navasard Games in Artik.

1999

The first Pan-Armenian Games were held. The first place in the volleyball tournament was taken by Yerevan’s women (coach: Kh. Asmaryan) and men (coach: R. Sultanyan) teams.

2000

For the first time, the Artik team (coach: H. Grigoryan) is declared the Armenian women’s champion.

2001

In the 2nd Pan-Armenian Games, Yerevan’s women’s (coach: Kh. Asmaryan) and men’s (coach: R. Janibekyan) teams win the title of champion again.
The women’s team “Nzhdeh” of Yerevan Medical College becomes the winner of “Tabriz-2001” international tournament.

2002

The Sisian women’s team wins the title of Armenian champion for the first time. – The Armenian girls’ national team participates in the CIS youth team tournament in Moscow.

2003

The Armenian Volleyball Federation was headed by Kh. Asmaryan (2003-2010) .
The winners of the 3rd Pan-Armenian Games were the women’s teams of Istanbul and Yerevan’s men (coach: A. Khachatryan). Sisian team took the 2nd place.

2004

According to the Armenian Volleyball Federation polls, male player Norayr Shahbazyan, female volleyball player Nina Muradyan, coach Robert Zakaryan and referee Sergey Arakchyan are recognized as the 20th best male volleyball players in Armenia.

2002

The Sisian women’s team (coach: A. Hakobyan) wins the title of Armenian champion for the first time.

2006

FIMA men’s volleyball team (coach: K. Asmaryan) wins the title of Armenian champion for the first time.

2009

The Nzhdeh women’s team of Yerevan Medical College wins the title of Armenian volleyball champion for the 10th time.

2010

Karen Asmaryan is elected acting President of the Armenian Volleyball Federation.
In October Syunik Governor Suren Khachatryan was elected President of Volleyball.

2011

The title of the champion of the 5th Pan-Armenian Games is won by the Yerevan men’s team (coach: K. Asmaryan), the 2nd and 3rd places are taken by Stepanakert and Tbilisi teams. The Chalter team wins the title of women’s champion, the Sisian and Yerevan teams take the 2nd and 3rd places.

2012

The winners of the highest group of the Republic of Armenia are the men’s “FIMA” and women’s “Syunik” teams.

2013

The “FIMA” men’s team of Yerevan wins the title of champion for the 8th time in a row (coach: K. Asmaryan), the women’s “Syunik” team wins the title of champion (coach: A. Hakobyan)
On October 29, Arthur Baghdasaryan, Secretary of the National Security Council of the Republic of Armenia, was elected President of the Volleyball Federation of the Republic of Armenia.

2014

The “FIMA” men’s team of Yerevan wins the title of the Armenian champion for the 9th time in a row, the “Nzhdeh” women’s team is recognized the Armenian champion.
For the first time, the pair of boys of beach volleyball of the Republic of Armenia participates in the U18 EEVZA Championship in Vilnius, takes 12 place.

2015

In July, for the first time in Armenia, the Eastern European Beach Volleyball Championship for U18 is being held in Sevan.
The title of champion of the 6th Pan-Armenian Games is won by the Yerevan men’s team (coach: N. Nikoghosyan), the 2rd and 3rd places are taken by Armavir and Stepanakert teams. Chalter team wins the title of champion for women for the second time, Yerevan and Syunik teams take the 2nd and 3rd places.
According to the program of the 6th Pan-Armenian Games, the men’s and women’s beach volleyball championship was held, the winners were the men’s teams of Yerevan (1-3 places), the women’s pair of Syunik won, the 2-3 places were taken by the teams of Yerevan.
In February, for the first time in Tsakhkadzor, the Snow Volleyball Championship was held.
Armenia hosted a conference of the Association of Eastern European Countries, which was attended by presidents and representatives of the federations of 9 countries.

2016

The Armenian U-22 beach volleyball team participated for the first time in the U-22 Beach Boys and Girls European Volleyball Championship.
The first international beach volleyball tournament was organized in Yerevan.
The “KHMOMM” women’s team won the first place in the Armenian Championship (coach: R. Janibekyan), and the “FIMA” men’s team won the first place in the Armenian Championship for the 11th time (coach: K. Asmaryan).

2017

The Armenian “Snow Volleyball” championship was organized in Yerevan, and the “Snow Volleyball” VFA Cup was held in Gyumri.
On September 13, Hrachya Muradyan was elected President of the Volleyball Federation of Armenia. 2017-November 18, President of the European Volleyball Confederation Alexander Boricic arrives in Yerevan.
The “KHMOMM” women’s team wins the first place in the Armenian Championship for the second time (coach: R. Janibekyan), and the “FIMA” men’s team wins the first place in the Armenian Championship for the 12th time (coach: K. Asmaryan).

2018

In September, Yerevan hosted the Eastern European Men’s Beach Volleyball Championship, which is considered a rating tournament for the Olympic Games.
The “Artsakh” team of Stepanakert (coach: V. Ghahramanyan) becomes the winner of the Armenian Men’s Championship of the highest group, and the “KHMOMM” team (coach: R. Janibekyan) wins among the women.
Yerevan hosted the first European U15 European Championship qualifiers in Yerevan, which was attended by teams from nine countries, with Poland winning, Russia second and Ukraine third.

2019

According to the program of the 7th Pan-Armenian Games, the Men’s and Women’s Beach Volleyball Championship was held, the Tbilisi men’s team became the winner, and the Yerevan-1 women’s pair, Diana Melkumyan / Meri Poghosyan (coach: Shoghik Balyan), won.
On September 1, The Eastern European Men’s Beach Volleyball Championship was held in Yerevan which is considered a rating tournament of the Olympic Games. 12 teams from 5 countries took part in the tournament.
The “Artsakh” team of Stepanakert (coach: V. Ghahramanyan) becomes the winner for the second time in a row in the Armenian Men’s Championship of the highest group, and the “KHMOMM” team (coach: R. Janibekyan) wins for the fourth time in a row.

2020

January 29-31, the first men’s and women’s tournament of the Eastern European Association of Snow Volleyball was held in Tsakhkadzor, where the winners of the men’s tournament were representatives of the Armenia-2 team: Andre Simon, Khachatur Asmaryan, Vahe Nazaryan, Samvel Ghasaboghyan The Russian team became champions, the Armenian teams took the 2nd and 3rd places.
On February 3-5, the Snow Volleyball “EuroTour” was held in Tsakhkadzor, which was attended by 18 men’s and 6 women’s teams from 12 countries, with the Armenian women’s quartet taking third place,winning the first bronze medal at the European Championships for the first time.