March 02, 2024

End of an era: F2 Logistics bids goodbye to PVL, remains committed to grassroots program

End of an era: F2 Logistics bids goodbye to PVL, remains committed to grassroots program
PVL

The F2 Logistics Cargo Movers, arguably among the most popular teams in the PVL, is bidding the league adieu.

“Time has not been good to us. A number of injuries to our players forced us to take slower steps, prioritizing health over victories in the past few years,” said the Cargo Movers in a statement posted on its social media accounts. “We give our utmost thanks to the coaching staff who have fought and tried to make this team stronger. We would most like to thank Coach Ramil (de Jesus) for continuously heading the team.”

While F2 Logistics is leaving the PVL and the pro ranks in general it appears, the franchise is nonetheless committed to growing the sport it has helped grow through the years—only this time, at the grassroots level.

“While this chapter may be closing, we remain committed to supporting the growth of Philippine volleyball through supporting the sport at the grassroots level,” the statement further said. F2 Logistics continues to support the De La Salle University Lady Spikers. We will also expand our support to the University of Perpetual Help Volleyball Team and to other parts of the country.”

In all, the F2 Logistics franchise won six titles, had four silver finishes, and bagged three bronze medals in eight years at the pro ranks. It also represented the country in the 2016 FIVB Club World Championship held in the Philippines while continuously loaning its best players to the national team.

The franchise also thanked its fans, its sponsors, the PVL, and the entire volleyball community. 

Read the statement in full here: