Fixtures

FIVB Nations League 07/06 18:00 - Slovenia vs Serbia - View
FIVB Nations League 07/07 15:00 - Bulgaria vs Slovenia - View
FIVB Nations League 07/08 15:00 - Slovenia vs Iran - View
FIVB Nations League 07/10 18:00 - Poland vs Slovenia - View
World Championship 08/27 11:00 1 Slovenia vs Germany - View
World Championship 08/28 11:00 2 Slovenia vs Cameroon - View

Results

FIVB Nations League 06/26 07:00 - [5] Japan v Slovenia [9] L 3-1
FIVB Nations League 06/25 11:00 - [6] Italy v Slovenia [8] L 3-0
FIVB Nations League 06/23 11:00 - [15] Argentina v Slovenia [11] W 1-3
FIVB Nations League 06/21 07:00 - [10] Slovenia v Netherlands [7] L 0-3
FIVB Nations League 06/11 21:00 - [11] Slovenia v China [14] W 3-1
FIVB Nations League 06/11 00:00 - [16] Australia v Slovenia [14] W 0-3
FIVB Nations League 06/10 00:00 - [4] Brazil v Slovenia [16] L 3-1
FIVB Nations League 06/08 00:00 - [5] Slovenia v USA [5] L 0-3
International Games 06/01 15:00 - Bulgaria v Slovenia W 0-3
International Games 05/31 15:00 - Bulgaria v Slovenia W 1-3
International Games 05/25 15:15 - Serbia v Slovenia W 0-3
International Games 05/24 15:15 - Serbia v Slovenia L 3-2

The Slovenia national men's volleyball team represents Slovenia in international competitions and friendly matches. The team is controlled by the Volleyball Federation of Slovenia. Slovenia was the runner-up at the European Volleyball Championship three times, in 2015, 2019 and 2021. As of June 2022, Slovenia is ranked 8th in the FIVB World Rankings.

History

In March 2015, Andrea Giani was announced as new head coach of the Slovenian national team. In October 2015, Slovenia won its first medal at the European Volleyball Championships after losing in the final against France (3–0). Tine Urnaut won one of the individual player awards for the best outside spiker.

On 26 January 2017, Giani resigned as coach, and on 2 March 2017, Slobodan Kovač became the new head coach. On 28 May 2017, Slovenia qualified for the 2018 edition of the FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship, their first ever World Championship appearance. At the 2019 European Volleyball Championship, Slovenia was one of the four co-hosts of the tournament. The team reached the final again, where they lost 3–1 to Serbia, clinching their second silver medal in four years.