Fixtures

SEA Games Women 05/22 10:00 1 Thailand Women vs Vietnam Women - View
FIVB Nations League Women 05/31 12:30 - Thailand Women vs Bulgaria Women - View
FIVB Nations League Women 06/02 10:00 - Thailand Women vs Serbia Women - View
FIVB Nations League Women 06/04 10:00 - Thailand Women vs Belgium Women - View
FIVB Nations League Women 06/05 13:00 - Thailand Women vs China Women - View
FIVB Nations League Women 06/14 07:00 - Canada Women vs Thailand Women - View

Results

SEA Games Women 05/18 07:00 5 [5] Malaysia Women v Thailand Women [1] W 0-3
SEA Games Women 05/17 10:00 4 [2] Vietnam Women v Thailand Women [1] W 1-3
SEA Games Women 05/16 04:00 3 [1] Thailand Women v Indonesia Women [3] W 3-0
SEA Games Women 05/14 07:00 2 [5] Thailand Women v Philippines Women [1] W 3-0
FIVB Nations League Women 06/20 11:00 - [16] Thailand Women v Italy Women [13] L 1-3
FIVB Nations League Women 06/19 13:00 - [16] Thailand Women v Canada Women [14] W 3-0
FIVB Nations League Women 06/18 11:00 - [16] Thailand Women v Belgium Women [10] L 1-3
FIVB Nations League Women 06/14 17:30 - [2] Brazil Women v Thailand Women [16] L 3-0
FIVB Nations League Women 06/13 17:30 - [16] Thailand Women v Poland Women [11] L 0-3
FIVB Nations League Women 06/12 10:00 - [16] Thailand Women v Germany Women [12] W 3-1
FIVB Nations League Women 06/08 08:00 - [16] Thailand Women v Dominican Republic Women [7] L 0-3
FIVB Nations League Women 06/07 08:00 - [6] Russia Women v Thailand Women [16] L 3-1

The women's national volleyball team of Thailand (Thai: วอลเลย์บอลหญิงทีมชาติไทย) represents the Thailand in international volleyball competitions. It is managed by the Thailand Volleyball Association.

The team won a silver medal in the 2016 Montreux Masters, the best finish by any team outside the Americas, East Asia and Europe. Also, the team took a fourth-place finish in 2012 World Grand Prix. And the team took a bronze medal in Summer Universiade in two times, the best finish by any team outside the world.

In Asia, the team won a bronze medal in the Asian Games 2014. Also, the team won a gold medal in the Asian Championship in two times. And, the team won a gold medal in the Asian Cup Championship. The country has also participated in four World Championships, one World Cup, fourteen World Grand Prixs and two World Grand Champions Cup.

History

Volleyball had spread into Thailand since before 1900s. In the past, volleyball was a popular sport among the Chinese and Vietnamese. Until there was competition between the clubs and community associations, sometimes contacted to compete in the Northern region, Northeastern region and The Gold Cup volleyball tournament in the Southern Region.

Since 1934 the Ministry of Education published rules of volleyball by Noppakun Pongsuwan. He was an expert person on sports, especially volleyball. He invited a lecture on how to play, the rules of volleyball to physical education teachers. After that, Department of Physical Education had provide an annual girls' volleyball tournament. For the first time, Department of Physical Education had set course of the central physical education school for girls' student to studied Volleyball and Netball.

In 1957, Nawa Akat Ek Luang Supachalasai, Director of the Department of Physical Education had been established the "Amateur Volleyball Association of Thailand" (Thai: สมาคมวอลเลย์บอลสมัครเล่นแห่งประเทศไทย), with the aim to supported and publicized the progress volleyball and managed a 6 players volleyball tournament and the annual volleyball competition in other government office, such as the Department of Physical Education, University Sports Committee, Bangkok Municipality, Military Sports Council, as well as the Thailand National Games volleyball tournament in women's and men's volleyball.