Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
11/28 02:00 3 Zhejiang Women vs Guangdong Women View
11/28 04:00 3 Yunnan Women vs Tianjin Women View
11/28 06:00 3 Sichuan Women vs Hebei Women View
11/28 08:00 3 Henan Women vs Shenzhen Women View
11/28 10:00 3 Fujian Women vs Jiangsu Women View
11/28 12:00 3 Beijing Women vs Shanghai Women View
11/29 06:00 4 Tianjin Women vs Sichuan Women View
11/29 08:00 4 Guangdong Women vs Yunnan Women View
11/29 10:00 4 Shandong Women vs Zhejiang Women View
11/30 06:00 4 Jiangsu Women vs Henan Women View
11/30 08:00 4 Liaoning Women vs Beijing Women View
11/30 10:00 4 Shanghai Women vs Fujian Women View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
11/27 10:00 2 [7] Shanghai Women vs Liaoning Women [2] 3-0
11/27 08:00 2 [6] Jiangsu Women vs Beijing Women [4] 3-0
11/27 06:00 2 [3] Shenzhen Women vs Fujian Women [2] 3-1
11/26 10:00 2 [3] Tianjin Women vs Zhejiang Women [2] 3-0
11/26 08:00 2 [7] Guangdong Women vs Shandong Women [4] 3-1
11/26 06:00 2 Hebei Women vs Yunnan Women 0-1
11/25 12:00 1 [5] Shandong Women vs Tianjin Women [5] 1-3
11/25 10:00 1 [5] Liaoning Women vs Jiangsu Women [5] 3-0
11/25 08:00 1 [3] Beijing Women vs Shenzhen Women [3] 1-3
11/25 06:00 1 Yunnan Women vs Sichuan Women 3-0
11/25 04:00 1 Zhejiang Women vs Hebei Women 3-0
11/25 02:00 1 Fujian Xinxlangyin Women vs Henan Women 3-0

Chinese Volleyball Super League, often abbreviated to CVL (abbreviation remain unchanged), are the pre-eminent men's and women's professional volleyball leagues in China. It was founded in 1996 as the Chinese Volleyball League and is organized by the Chinese Volleyball Association (CVA), operating with IRENA Group. The league was rebranded to the Chinese Volleyball Super League when it became fully professional in 2017. The champions qualify for the Asian Men's and Women's Club Volleyball Championships.

The women's league of this season (2018/19) starts in November and ends in March of the following year, while the men's league starts in October and ends in February of the following year, lasting for about four months. The league is divided into four stages: the first two stages normally called the "Regular Season", and the last two stages called the "Playoffs".

The number of teams has increased from 12 to 14 since the 2017/18 season, for both men's and women's leagues.