By Stephanie SchubertThe most popular sport in Europe is not the rugby league or the darts or the rugby union, it’s the volleyball.
In Germany and the Netherlands, the sport is popular enough that in the past 10 years it has become the number one national sport.
But while the world’s top teams have always won the biggest tournaments, the popularity of the sport has plummeted in recent years.
There are just five top-10 teams in the world, and it is only a matter of time before it becomes less popular.
In France, where a team is not allowed to be more than a dozen metres from the other team’s goal, a sport in which the goalposts are at the sides of the ground has also dropped off in popularity.
But for many people, watching football, rugby league, soccer or other games in the public spaces is a more accessible and fun way to watch sports.
And it’s no wonder.
For many, volleyball is the only sport that’s completely open to the public.
And while some people find the sport’s physical nature difficult to handle, there’s no denying that the sport can be fun for those who enjoy a challenge and a challenge to overcome.
The popularity of volleyball has not fallen in recent times, but it is not as popular as in the US, which has more teams than the Netherlands and the US combined.
“The numbers have dropped significantly over the past decade.
It’s a bit of a problem,” said Peter Schuur, a sociologist and professor of sport at the University of Leiden.”
It’s a shame because we’ve had some very good leagues.
But we’ve also had some bad ones, too, because of the rules.
The leagues were a lot more open to public participation and that’s something we need to work on.”
In the Netherlands the problem is even worse.
In 2004 the Dutch government passed a law requiring that every sport in the country must have two official leagues.
This law was only implemented in 2006, and as a result, the number of professional teams has declined from the peak of nearly 200 in 2000 to less than 20 in 2014.
“There’s a lot of money at stake,” said Schuurb.
“If the league is really not open, then we’ll never be able to compete in the tournaments.”
There are three main reasons for the declining popularity of professional volleyball in Holland.
The first is that the number and size of professional leagues has fallen dramatically in the last decade, and this has made it difficult for the teams to pay their players.
“We’ve lost a lot.
But there’s a big problem: the number is down.
And it’s not just the numbers,” said Andreas Hoeppner, head of the Association of Sports and Sport Management in the Netherlands.”
If the number was up and the league was open, we would have been able to pay our players.”
In addition, the country’s sports minister recently admitted that it is now too expensive to pay professional volleyball players, who make around 30,000 euros a year.
Hoeepner says that the money is not enough to keep professional players working.
“A lot of our professional players don’t make enough money to live on.
So they have to go into other jobs,” he said.
The second problem is the number in the professional leagues.
As the number has declined, the amount of matches and players has also declined.
In 2013 the Netherlands had 17 teams playing the sport, but now only two.
The number of players has dropped from about 150 to less, which is also an issue for teams.
“When the number decreased, the quality of the games decreased.
That has resulted in teams not being able to put the best players on the field and make them play against each other,” said Hoeppe.
“There are too many matches and too few players, so it is difficult to keep a top team on the map.”
“I can see the reason why people like it but it has its own problems,” added Schuuri.
“What’s the point if you can’t make money for your players?
There is no incentive to play well,” said the former volleyball coach.”
As a sport, we are not going to be able for long to compete with the rest of the world in terms of prize money.
We have to develop new strategies to be competitive in the future,” said Klaas De Haan, the former head of professional sport in Holland, who now lives in the United States.”
I think the most important thing is to have good infrastructure for a sport like volleyball, which helps the development of the game.
But it also has to be open to everybody, not just a few,” he added.
“I think we need better facilities, more competition, better coaches, better facilities and also better marketing.”
Hoeppners goal is to see professional volleyball become a full-time profession in the next 20 years.
And that means the number