Natalia Pereira

Natalia Pereira

Minas Tenis Clube
Birth Date
Birth Place
Ponta Grossa/PR
186 cm
83 kg
Reading, movies
Favorite Book
A casa das 7 Mulheres
Favorite Athlete

Wing-spiker - 04.04.89 - 76 kg - 1,89m - Ponta Grossa (PR)

Natália won the Youth South-American Championship in 2004. Playing for Finasa/Osasco, she was the second best scorer in Superliga 06/07. Before that, she played for Oi/Macaé. The wing-spiker has also conquered the World Championship with the brazilian female team in 2005, the same year she got the gold medal in Youth World Championship, where was the best player of the competition. At 2006 season, she won the Junior South American Championship and, this year, won the World Junior Championship and she was the best player and best scorer at this competition. In 2007, she won the South American Championship and got the second place in the World Cup. In the 2008 season, Natalia was part of the season that won the World Grand Prix and also played in the Pan-American Cup, where Brazil achieved the silver medal. In 2009, she participated of all titles of Brazil winning the Pan American Cup, the Qualifying Tournament for the World Championship-2010, the FIVB Grand Prix, the South American Championship and the Final Four. She also finished in second place at the Grand Champions Cup. In 2010, Natália had great performances in the World Championship and in the FIVB World Grand Prix. Brazil finished second in both competitions. In 2011, she helped Brazil in the campaign that ended with the silver medal in the World Grand Prix. In 2012, Natália was part of the team that won the gold medal at the London Olympic Games. In 2013, Natália helped Brazil to win the South American Championship in Ica, Peru, and the World Grand Champions Cup, in Japan. In 2014, Natalia won the gold medal in the FIVB World Grand Prix and the bronze medal in the FIVB World Championship in Italy.


  • Position Wing spiker
  • Selection Olympic (2) - W.C. (2) - Other (6)
  • International Debut Guayaquil
  • Club Debut Clube 10 de Maio
  • Current Club Minas Tenis Clube
  • Spike 311
  • Block 295