Hitachi Rivale (日立リヴァーレ, Hitachi Rivuāre) is a women's volleyball team based in Hitachinaka city, Ibaraki, Japan. It plays in V.League 1 . The owner is Hitachi Automotive Systems .
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Hitachi Rivale is volleyball club from Hitachinaka Ibaraki, Japan founded in 1980. There are 32 seasons rosters of that team.
Hitachi Rivale previous match was against Breath Hamamatsu in V Summer League, Women, match ended with result 2 - 1 (Hitachi Rivale won the match). Hitachi Rivale fixtures tab is showing last 100 Volleyball matches with statistics and win/lose icons. There are also all Hitachi Rivale scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future.
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Japan Women's Indoor Volleyball | V.League | Current Players | Transfers | Resigning | We Never Drop the Ball Hitachi Rivale • 日立 リヴァーレ 15 players
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The Hitachi Rivale will also continue to work to increase the level and popularity of volleyball in Japan. Hitachi Automotive Systems endeavors to further not only volleyball but also a broad range of other sports, as well as to use sports to strengthen company unity.
Masayoshi Manabe has been coaching the Japan womenâ€™s national team since 2008, taking them to a bronze medal finish at the London 2012 Olympics. As an athlete, Manabe played for Japanâ€™s domestic league from 1986 to 2004 and then played for Italian club team Iveco Palermo in 1999. As a setter for the national team, he played in the ...