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Anti-Doping Education


The FIVB believes that it is vital that its Athletes are aware of their rights and responsibilities when it comes to Anti-Doping. Therefore the FIVB developed an online Anti-Doping programme “We play it clean!” in order to reach out to its players and Team Support Personnel. Different information and projects which target certain groups and links to other sources are also available. > MORE

Play Clean


The FIVB's Anti-Doping progamme seeks to preserve the spirit of Volleyball and Beach Volleyball, maintain ethics, fair play and honesty and the health of the Athletes. As doping is fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport, FIVB wants to keep a clean and level playing field. One of the main aims is to educate Volleyball and Beach Volleyball players on Doping Prevention as well as informing them on their rights and responsibilities regarding this matter. This section contains the most relevant rules and regulations concerning Anti-Doping in order for the Athletes to know their rights and responsibilities regarding this subject. > MORE

  • FIVB Medical Regulations
  • Prohibited List
  • Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)
  • Whereabouts Information
  • Doping Control
  • Results Management – Athlete's rights
  • Anti-Doping Rule Violations
  • Statistics

Athlete's Health

This section is specifically dedicated to volleyball and beach volleyball players and contains information on the player's health. As the FIVB is committed to protect the health of its Athletes and to prevent them from injuries, several programmes have been established. The landmark FIVB Volleyball Medicine Congress 2011 has focused primarily on how injuries and illness can be prevented, how the risk of long-term disability can be reduced by proper diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, and how to maintain Volleyball as a drug-free sport.


User Guides: Athletes | Team Managers


Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) 2020 Prohibited List


Valid as of
January 1, 2020
2020 Monitoring Program
Prohibited list Mobile & App | Free iPhone App


Referee's Health

Next to healthy Athletes, the FIVB also wants healthy Referees. Therefore, health checks are conducted and FIVB-accredited referees with conditions that are incompatible with refereeing in FIVB competitions must develop a health management plan following consultation with their personal physician.


Publications available on:
  • Anti-Doping Rules
  • Anti-Doping Education
  • Injury Prevention
  • Sport Science Research