It's time for the finals indoor competition of the year - the 2017 NORCECA Championships. With berths to the 2018 FIVB World Championships on the line, the 12 best men's and women's teams from North America, Central America, and the Caribbean are ready to put it all on the line. 

What's better - fans of our women's National team will get a chance to see the team compete for their spot with their matches going down in Langley, British Columbia.


Men's Championships - Colorado Springs, USA

Pool A

🇺🇸 United States

🇩🇴 Domincan Republic

🇬🇹 Guatemala

Pool B

🇨🇦 Canada

🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago

🇱🇨 St. Lucia

 

Pool C

🇲🇽 Mexico

🇨🇷 Costa Rica

🇻🇨 St. Vincent

🇲🇶 Martinique

SEMI FINALS

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🇨🇦 Canada vs. 🇺🇸 USA - 7:00 p.m. MT / 9:00 p.m. ET


The men's Championships are going down in Colorado Springs, USA starting Tuesday September 26th until Sunday October 30th. Cuba and Puerto Rico have pulled out of the competition due to complications from the weather - so Three (3) spots are up for grabs for the 2018 FIVB World Championships in Italy and Bulgaria. The teams that finish 4th and 5th will compete with Puerto Rico and Cuba for the remaining spots awarded to the NORCECA zone. 

Team Canada took home the Gold for the first-time ever in 2015, and are definitely favourites to do so again along with the home team, the United States. You could even give the edge to Canada, as they hold a 4-1 record against the USA since 2015, including two wins in during this year's World League.   


Women's Championships

Santo Domingo -

Dominican Republic

Pool A

🇩🇴 Dominican Republic

🇵🇷 Puerto Rico

🇬🇹 Guatemala

🇯🇲 Jamaica

Langley - 

British Columbia

Pool B

🇨🇦 Canada

🇨🇺 Cuba

🇱🇨 St. Lucia

🇳🇮 Nicaragua

Port of Spain -

Trinidad & Tobago

Pool C

🇲🇽 Mexico

🇨🇷 Costa Rica

🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago

TBA

The women's competition is divided into three pools and three separate competitions. The top two teams from each pool will earn their spots at the 2018 FIVB World Championships in Japan. 

Team Canada will have the home crowd on their side in Langley, BC (Buy your tickets!) - and everything will most likely come down to a showdown with Cuba - and it's time for a little payback as they won meetings at the 2017 Pan Am Cup earlier this summer.