Fixtures

Tyskland - Bundesliga 10/30 17:00 15 TSV Unterhaching v VfB Friedrichshafen - View
Tyskland - Bundesliga 10/31 16:30 12 TSV Herrsching v VfB Friedrichshafen - View
Tyskland - Bundesliga 11/04 18:00 6 VfB Friedrichshafen v Helios Grizzlys Giesen - View
Tyskland - Pokal 11/07 14:00 4 Netzhoppers KW v VfB Friedrichshafen - View
Tyskland - Bundesliga 11/11 23:00 14 VfB Friedrichshafen v Netzhoppers KW - View
Tyskland - Bundesliga 11/14 14:00 7 Netzhoppers KW v VfB Friedrichshafen - View

Results

Tyskland - Bundesliga 10/24 15:30 4 [3] SWD Düren v VfB Friedrichshafen [7] L 3-1
Tyskland - Bundesliga 10/16 18:00 3 [6] VfB Friedrichshafen v Berlin Volleys [2] L 0-3
Tyskland - Bundesliga 10/09 18:00 2 [3] United Volleys v VfB Friedrichshafen [2] L 3-1
Tyskland - Bundesliga 10/06 17:00 1 VfB Friedrichshafen v SVG Luneburg W 3-1
Klubvenskabskampe 09/26 11:30 - Vojvodina Novi Sad v VfB Friedrichshafen W 1-3
Klubvenskabskampe 09/25 14:30 - VfB Friedrichshafen v Paris Volley W 3-2
Klubvenskabskampe 09/24 14:30 - PAOK v VfB Friedrichshafen W 1-3
Tyskland - Bundesliga 04/15 16:00 1 [1] VfB Friedrichshafen v Berlin Volleys [3] L 0-3
Tyskland - Bundesliga 04/11 15:00 1 [3] Berlin Volleys v VfB Friedrichshafen [1] L 3-0
Tyskland - Bundesliga 04/08 16:00 1 [1] VfB Friedrichshafen v Berlin Volleys [3] L 2-3
Tyskland - Bundesliga 03/25 18:00 2 [5] SVG Luneburg v VfB Friedrichshafen [1] W 2-3
Tyskland - Bundesliga 03/21 17:00 2 [1] VfB Friedrichshafen v SVG Luneburg [5] W 3-2

Wikipedia - VfB Friedrichshafen

VfB Friedrichshafen is a German sports club founded in 1909 and based in Friedrichshafen. The VfB Friedrichshafen men's volleyball team plays in the Bundesliga and the CEV Champions League. The team won the 2006-07 CEV Champions League title. From 2005 to 2011 they won the german championship seven times in a row. In total VfB Friedrichshafen won the championship 13 times and the german cup 16 times. Just before the start of the 20/21 season the city of Friedrichshafen announced the ZF Arena, home of VfB Friedrichshafen since 2004, is closed immediately due to possible rust in the roofstructure. After being forced to train in small gyms and to swap home games with the opponends VfB Friedrichshafen moved to Zeppelin Cat Hall A1 which is a hall of the Friedrichshafen fair. The first match on new terrain was against Berlin Recycling Volleys and took place on November 21, 2020.