Pleumjit Thinkaow

Pleumjit Thinkaow

Supreme VC
Birth Date
Birth Place
Ang Thong
180 cm
67 kg
Favorite Book
Favorite Athlete

Pleumjit Thinkaow (Thai: ปลื้มจิตร์ ถินขาว; RTGS: Pluemchit Thinkhao) (born 9 November 1983) is a Thai volleyball player.

She is a member of the Thailand women's volleyball team. Her international debut was at the 21st

SEA Games in Malaysia.

Pleumjit grew up in a sport-loving family in Angthong (a province about 100 km. north of Bangkok), having an elder brother. Her parents are civil servants. Before she started playing volleyball, she had been rather into table tennis. She switched to volleyball following her father’s advice that volleyball was more fun and more likely to become popular. Afterwards, a volleyball coach of Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) School in Bangkok was so impressed by her playing that he brought her to the school during her high-school level. At first, she did not play as a middle blocker but an outside hitter.

Pleumjit was first capped for the national junior team in 2000. A year later, she was chosen to join the national team. She went to play professional volleyball overseas for the first time in China for a month when she was 20 years old.

Pleumjit got her first and master’s degrees in Business Administration from Ratana Bundit University, Bangkok.

Thinkaow won the 2013–14 Azerbaijani Super League Bronze Medal 3-0 to Azerrail Baku and she won the Best Spiker award.

Volleyball Career
National Team

2001 – Present Thailand
Competition for Thailand Team
Asian Games
2014 Incheon, Korea
Asia Volleyball Championship
2009 Hanoi, Vietnam
2013 Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
2015 Guangzhou, China
2001 Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
2007 Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Asian Cup Volleyball Championship
2012 Almaty, Kazakstan
2010 Taicang, China
2008 Nakhon Ratchasima, China

Years Teams

2003 – 2004 Hong Her
2005 – 2006 Aurum
2006 – 2007 Tan Hao
2008 – 2009 Ereğli Belediye
2011 – 2012 Supreme Nakhonsi VC
2011 – 2012 Fujian Xi Meng Bao
2012 – 2014 Igtisadchi Baku
2014 - 2015 Bangkok Glass


2006 FIVB World Grand Prix (Pool F) "Best Server"
2007 Asian Championship "Best Blocker"
2007 Asian Club Championship "Best Server"
2010 5th Siamsport Awards "Popular Vote"
2011 6th Siamsport Awards "Popular Vote"
2013 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup "2nd Best Middle Blocker"
2013-14 Azerbaijan Super League "Best Spiker"
2014–15 Women's Volleyball Thailand League "2nd Best Middle Blocker"
2015 Thai-Denmark Super League "Most Valuable Player"

2001 Asian Championship - Bronze Medal
2007 Asian Championship - Bronze Medal
2008 Asian Cup - Bronze Medal
2009 Asian Championship - Gold Medal
2010 Asian Cup - Silver Medal
2012 Asian Cup - Gold Medal
2013 Asian Championship - Gold Medal
2014 Asian Games - Bronze medal
2015 Asian Championship – Bronze Medal

2007 Asian Club Championship - Runner-Up, with Sang Som
2009 Asian Club Championship - Champion, with Federbrau
2010 Asian Club Championship - Champion, with Federbrau
2011 Asian Club Championship - Champion, with Chang
2012 Asian Club Championship - 3rd place, with Chang
2011-12 Thailand League - Runner-Up, with Supreme Nakhonsi VC
2012 Princess's Cup - Champion, with PEA Club
2012-13 Azerbaijan Super League - Runner-Up, with Igtisadchi Baku
2013 Princess's Cup - Champion, with PEA Sisaket
2013 Thai-Denmark Super League - Runner-Up, with Supreme Nakhonsi VC
2013-14 Azerbaijan Super League - 3rd place, with Igtisadchi Baku
2014 Pro Challenge - Champion, with Bangkok Glass
2014-15 Thailand League - Champion, with Bangkok Glass
2015 Thai-Denmark Super League - Champion, with Bangkok Glass
2015-16 Thailand League - Champion, with Bangkok Glass
2016 Thai-Denmark Super League - Champion, with Bangkok Glass


  • Position Middle blocker
  • Selection Olympic (0) - W.C. (2) - Other (70)
  • International Debut Malaysia
  • Club Debut Pepsi
  • Current Club Supreme VC
  • Spike 303
  • Block 283