Dutch women’s national volleyball team appoint Felix Koslowski as head coach

Felix Koslowski will lead the team on the road to and during the Olympic Games Paris 2024

The Dutch Volleyball Federation (Nevobo) has officially appointed Felix Koslowski to lead the Netherlands women’s national volleyball team on the road to and during the Olympic Games Paris 2024 as the team’s head coach.

The 38-year-old German has experience at both international and club level. Koslowski served as the head coach of the Germany women’s national volleyball team from 2015-2021 and has also been at the helm of the German club SSC Palmberg Schwerin since 2013, a position he will continue to hold.

Koslowski has seen great success with Schwerin with the club having won all major prizes in Germany several times since 2017, in addition to various medals at European Cup tournaments.

Felix Koslowski led the German women’s national team from 2015-2021

Nevobo Technical Director Herman Meppelink said:

“We are very pleased that we have been able to sign Felix Koslowski as our new national team coach because he meets the profile we have drawn up – a relatively young coach with modern ideas about volleyball who already has a lot of international experience.

“Felix knows the Dutch group of players so well that he can make the right choices in the short term to form a team that can ensure qualification for the next Olympic Games in Paris. But we also expect Felix to make an important contribution to the further development of the next generation of players and thus make the roster broader and more internationally resilient.”

Koslowski will join a press conference at the Nevobo headquarters in Utrecht on 26 January 2023 at 2pm CET.