Indoor women’s professional volleyball is the largest untapped opportunity in pro sports in the United States. Investors, broadcast networks, established pro team owners, sponsors, and others within North America’s sports landscape have all begun to notice the potential of women’s volleyball as a pro sport, and this is just part of the reason why:

  • The 2021 NCAA women’s volleyball championship match between Wisconsin and Nebraska averaged 1.2 million viewers — the most ever for college women’s volleyball on any ESPN network, up 71% from the 2020 season and 119% from 2019.
  • In September 2022 the Wisconsin volleyball team set a NCAA regular-season attendance record with 16,833 fans in the building to watch the Badgers take on the Florida Gators.
  • Nebraska is now set to shatter that record, as the school sold out Memorial Stadium (yes, the football stadium) in 48 hours for its “Volleyball Day in Nebraska” outdoor event taking place Aug. 30. Approximately 82,900 tickets were sold for the event.
  • The most recent data for schools like Wisconsin showed a six-fold increase in women’s volleyball ticket revenue compared to the past decade.
  • During the 2022 March Madness, a survey targeting the men’s and women’s Elite Eight showed that eight of the 10 players with the biggest followings on Twitter and Instagram were women.
  • In 2021, CVC invested a reported $300 million in the International Volleyball Federation.

Prior to its the first serve of Pro Volleyball Federation’s inaugural season, the league attract team owners from all walks of life, including those with ownership stakes in NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball teams. Pro Volleyball Federation is the exact right thing at the exact right time and we are seeking team owners in numerous markets throughout the United States. 

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