A total of 24 teams — 12 men's, 12 women's — compete in the Olympic volleyball tournaments. The host country (France); the six men's teams (A-Brazil, B-United States, C-Italy, D-Poland, E-Russian Olympic Committee, F-Argentina) and six women's teams (A-Serbia, B-China, C-United States, D-Brazil, E-Russian Olympic Committee, F-Italy) who won their respective pools at the FIVB-organized Intercontinental Qualification Tournament in October 2023; and the five men's teams (African-Tunisia, Asian-Iran, European-France, North American-Canada, South American-Venezuela) and five women's teams (African-Kenya, Asian-South Korea, European-Turkey, North American-Dominican Republic, South American-Argentina) who won the continental Olympic qualification tournaments in January 2023.

Team USA

Both the United States men's and women's teams will compete in Paris after qualifying through FIVB's Intercontinental Qualification Tournaments in the fall of 2023.

The U.S. has had each of its teams successfully qualify for every Olympics since the Los Angeles Games in 1984.

In Tokyo, the women's team made history, capturing its first-ever gold medal after sweeping Brazil in the final, 3-0. The men's team went 2-3 and was eliminated in group play for the first time since the 2000 Sydney Games.

U.S. women's national team

Here's the women's U.S. national team roster that will be narrowed down to form the Olympic team roster for Tokyo.


  • Kara Bajema, Outside Hitter
  • Brionne Butler, Middle Blocker
  • Lauren Carlini, Setter
  • Danielle Cuttino, Opposite
  • Annie Drews, Opposite
  • Logan Egglston, Outside Hitter
  • Ashley Evans, Setter
  • Zoe Fleck, Libero
  • Ali Frantti, Outside Hitter
  • Madeleine Gates, Middle Blocker
  • Jenna Gray, Setter
  • Serena Gray, Middle Blocker
  • Micha Hancock, Setter
  • Anna Hall, Middle Blocker
  • Kayla Haneline, Middle Hitter
  • Danielle Hart, Middle Blocker
  • Morgan Hentz, Libero
  • Sydney Hilley, Setter
  • Roni Jones-Perry, Outside Hitter
  • Khalia Lanier, Outside Hitter
  • Jordan Larson, Outside Hitter
  • Simone Lee, Outside Hitter
  • Taylor Mims, Opposite
  • Brooke Nuneviller, Outside Hitter
  • Chiaka Ogbogu, Middle
  • Asjia O'Neal, Middle Blocker
  • Kathryn Plummer, Opposite/Outside Hitter
  • Jordyn Poulter, Setter
  • Nia Reed, Opposite
  • Dana Rettke, Middle Blocker
  • Kelsey (Robinson) Cook, Outside Hitter
  • Stephanie Samedy, Opposite
  • Avery Skinner, Outside Hitter
  • Tori (Dilfer) Stringer, Setter
  • Hannah Tapp, Middle
  • Jordan Thompson, Opposite
  • Haleigh Washington, Middle
  • Kendall White, Libero
  • Sarah Wilhite Parsons, Outside Hitter
  • Justine Wong-Orantes, Libero

U.S. men's national team

Here's the men's U.S. national team roster that will be narrowed down to form the Olympic team roster for Paris.


  • Matt Anderson, Opposite/Outside Hitter
  • Taylor Averill, Middle Blocker
  • Mason Briggs, Libero
  • Ethan Champlin, Outside Hitter
  • Micah Christenson, Setter
  • Kyle Dagostino, Libero
  • TJ DeFalco, Outside Hitter
  • Kyle Ensing, Opposite
  • Jordan Ewert, Outside Hitter
  • Patrick Gasman, Middle Blocker
  • Jake Hanes, Opposite
  • Max Holt, Middle Blocker
  • Quinn Isaacson, Setter
  • Thomas Jaeschke, Outside Hitter
  • Jeff Jendryk, Middle Blocker
  • Cody Kessel, Outside Hitter
  • Micah Ma’a, Setter
  • Kyle McCauley, Outside Hitter
  • Merrick McHenry, Middle Blocker
  • Tim McIntosh, Libero
  • Tyler Mitchem, Middle Blocker
  • Garrett Muagututia, Outside Hitter
  • Jacob Pasteur, Outside Hitter
  • Aaron Russell, Outside Hitter
  • Kyle Russell,Opposite
  • Francesco Sani, Opposite
  • Erik Shoji, Libero
  • David Smith, Middle Blocker
  • Josh Tuaniga, Setter
  • Brett Wildman, Outside Hitter