Synonyms for aon_hotvolleys or Related words with aon_hotvolleys

jihostroj_české_budějovice              hypo_tirol_innsbruck              schweriner_sc              vdk_gent_dames              noliko_maaseik              rote_raben_vilsbiburg              andreoli_latina              sk_admira              ubsc              ziraat_bankası_ankara              ok_budvanska_rivijera_budva              asterix_kieldrecht              volley_köniz              knack_roeselare              dresdner_sc              hotvolleys_vienna              swift_roermond              bursa_bbsk              kanti_schaffhausen              bundesstadion              euphony_asse              egle_vilnius              cs_volei_alba_blaj              wiener_sportclub              istanbul_bbsk              gerhard_hanappi_stadium              admira_wien              chaumont_vb              fc_admira_wacker              stiinta_bacau              sk_slovan              berlin_recycling_volleys              lokomotiv_kharkiv              asv_hertha              lokomotiv_baku              rhein_neckar_löwen              stroitel_minsk              tirol_innsbruck              simmeringer_sc              austriaatp              arkadia_traiskirchen_lions              hsv_hamburg              vfb_friedrichshafen              minchanka_minsk              dukla_liberec              igor_gorgonzola_novara              füchse_berlin              mladost_zagreb              uralochka_ntmk_ekaterinburg              dynamo_volgograd             

Examples of "aon_hotvolleys"
aon hotVolleys Vienna is an Austrian volleyball club which is playing their home matches at the Budocenter in Vienna.
Before coming to Belgium, Walter played in Germany (a.o. SCC Berlin and VfB Friedrichshafen), Austria (Aon hotVolleys Vienna), France and Knack Randstad Roeselare in Belgium.
Nagy previously played in Germany for VfB Friedrichshafen, in Italy for Canadiens Mantova and in Austria for Aon hotVolleys Vienna. He achieved his biggest success with Friedrichshafen by winning the CEV Champions League in 2007. With his performances in 2011 he earned the Player of Year award in the Romanian championship.
Lambourne began to play professional volleyball for Lamia, a club from Greece. His next club was Aon hotVolleys Vienna. After that, he went to Noliko Maaseik, then to Polish Mlekpol AZS Olsztyn, than to the Russian Lokomotiv-Belogorie. He represented Polish Delecta Bydgoszcz. As of February 24, 2010 he has been disciplinary released.
The offseason saw yet another move as Patak joined Austrian-based aon hotVolleys in Fall 2008. He played with the team until January 9, 2009 when his contract was mutually terminated due to the club's financial constraints. He returned to the Greek A1 Ethniki that same month after signing with P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki V.C.. He joined Turkish club Halkbank Ankara of the Turkish Men's Volleyball League in Summer of 2009. He stayed with the club through early May 2010.
Austria's capital is home to numerous football teams. The best known are the local football clubs include FK Austria Wien (21 Austrian Bundesliga titles and record 27-time cup winners), SK Rapid Wien (record 32 Austrian Bundesliga titles), and the oldest team, First Vienna FC. Other important sports clubs include the Raiffeisen Vikings Vienna (American Football), who won the Eurobowl title between 2004 and 2007 4 times in a row and had a perfect season in 2013, the Aon hotVolleys Vienna, one of Europe's premier Volleyball organisations, the Vienna Wanderers (baseball) who won the 2012 and 2013 Championship of the Austrian Baseball League, and the Vienna Capitals (Ice Hockey). Vienna was also where the European Handball Federation (EHF) was founded. There are also three rugby clubs; Vienna Celtic, the oldest rugby club in Austria, RC Donau, and Stade Viennois
He started his career in his home town Kajaani with his brother. When he was sixteen years old he moved to Tampere and started study in Varala sport high school. Heikkinen made his debut in Finland volleyball league year 1993. He was seventeen-year-old youth player. He won on his first season in Raision Loimu bronze medal of Finnish Championship. Same year he was in youth World Championships were Finland played history best result, 4. place. After season media chose him best newcomer player in the league. Heikkinen played in Raision Loimu seasons 1993-1998. In his last season he won Finland league champion. After many seasons in Finland volleyball league Heikkinen made professional contract with CV Las Palmas. He was 22 years old and won silver medal of Spanish Championship. In 1999 he signed a contract with Italian team - CUS Torino Pallavolo. Last season in Torino, Heikkinen won with his team Italian A2-Cup silver medal. After two season, in 2001 Heikkinen moved to Greece and started play in Olympiacos Piraeus. He won silver medal of the Champions League and silver of Greek Championship. After one season Heikkinen came back to Italy. He played season 2002-2003 in Italy A1-league. He did not got achievements on Sira Cucine Ancône, so he moved away. In 2003 made contract with Aon hotVolleys Vienna. Season was success to him and his team. They won title of Austrian Champion. Season 2004/2005 Heikkinen played in Alto Bolzano. He did not got there any achievements. He played season 2005/2006 in Martina Franca Volley. In 2006 moved to PlusLiga, to Polish club Skra Bełchatów. He won with Polish team three titles of Polish Champion (2007, 2008, 2009) and two Polish Cups - in 2007 and 2009. In season 2007/2008 won with club bronze medal of Champions League. He ended his career in 2009.