Blasters Sports Ventures Private Limited(BSVPL), the parent company of KBFC has ventured into volleyball with the ‘Radnicki Blasters’, a volleyball team in the Serbian First Division.
BSVPL has entered in a partnership with renowned Serbian Club Radnicki Belgrade and their team Radnicki Blasters will participate in the Serbian First Division tournaments.
“Over the past 6 years, we’ve learnt of the passion that the state of Kerala has towards football and sports. Our time here, has only helped us realise the state’s fervour towards Volleyball, a sport that is equally prominent among men and women,” says Nikhil Bhardwaj, co-owner, Blasters Sports Ventures Private Ltd.
Serbia, one of the core teams in the FIVB Volleyball Nations League, has a strong legacy in sports, especially Volleyball.
“We are honoured and thrilled to partner with Blasters Sports Ventures Private Ltd. on this wonderful project of growing the sport of Volleyball in Kerala,” said Nikola Biverovic, Sports Director, Radnicki Belgrade.
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“We are delighted to join hands with Radnicki Belgrade, a club that has deep roots in volleyball. With well-defined objectives, we have designed an array of activities including cultural exchange programmes and coaching masterclasses to benefit the volleyball players in Kerala, as part of our association,” Bhardwaj added.
The Serbian Volleyball club Radnicki Belgrade is a member of the ‘SD Radnicki Belgrade’, the oldest sports society in Serbia. The club, established in 1946, has won three Yugoslav championship titles and several national cups in the pioneers, cadets and junior categories.