Matey Kaziyski (Bulgarian: Матей Казийски; born 23 September 1984 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian volleyball player.
With Dynamo Moscow he won the bronze medal at the Men's CEV Champions League 2006--07 and was awarded Final Four' "Best Server".
In late 2007 Kazijski was involved in a contract dispute between his first club Slavia and the Russian Dynamo Moscow and his new club Trento. It ended with the player joining the Italian Trento in the summer of 2007.
Matey's mother and father were both Bulgarian national volleyball players. Still young he trained different sports like football, basketball and even bow shooting and horse riding. His volleyball career started in the junior team of Slavia Sofia as a setter. Subsequently he played in all positions until he finally became a spiker.
In April 2009, Kaziyski won the Men's CEV Champions League 2008--09 with Trentino Volley. He was awarded the Final Four's MVP award. In 2010 Trentino Volley defended their CEV Champions League title with a 3-1 win against Zenit Kazan.
2006 FIVB World Championship "Best Server" 2006--07 CEV Champions League "Best Server" 2008--09 CEV Champions League "Most Valuable Player" 2010--11 CEV Champions League "Best Spiker"