Youth Club Volleyball provides opportunities for players and coaches who enjoy volleyball to participate in a quality program catering to various levels of play beyond the traditional school season. The BC club season runs from January to May – with many clubs hosting try outs in December / early January.
For players pursuing the Team BC High Performance Program, club participation is an essential part of their development.
Youth Club Volleyball policies and directions are determined by the Volleyball BC Regional Development Committee with assistance from Volleyball BC staff. This committee is comprised of the regional managers, staff and volunteer members from various regions.
Please read below for information on club volleyball, including, but not limited to, our club handbook, competition calendar and FAQs.
For all club details (including try outs and training times), please contact CLUBS DIRECTLY. Full listings are available here.
Club Volleyball Frequently Asked Questions
- Check out our Club List to find the closest club offering your age category.
- Visit the club website to find out when the club is holding their tryouts. Tryouts typically take place in late November, December, or early January. If the club tryout dates are not listed online, contact the club directly for more information.
- Once you have attended tryouts, the club will let you know if you have been selected. The club will then work with you and your parents/guardians to complete all the necessary forms.
- If you didn’t make a club team this year, consider attending one of Volleyball BC’s Train & Play programs. With programs across BC, the Train & Play format is aimed at 13-15 year-olds who want to improve their volleyball skills.
Indoor Club Handbook & Competition Information
- 2020 Indoor Club Handbook
- 2021 Indoor Club Handbook (TBA)
- 2021 Club Competition Calendar (TBA)
- 2021 Age Category Rules (TBA)
- 2020 Letter of Good Standing Request Form
Coach Education Requirements
2021 Membership Waiver Form will now be collected electronically through Sportlomo at the time of registration.
Code of Conduct
Volleyball Canada Concussion Resources
- Volleyball Canada Concussion Protocol
- Pre Season Education Sheet
- Harmonized Concussion Protocol
- Harmonized Concussion Protocol (template)
- Medical Assessment Letter
- Medical Clearance Letter
The following documents will help individuals, teams and clubs plan for the 2020 Club season.
Recruitment, Offers & Signing Periods
- 2021 Athlete Application Offer Form
- 2021 Club Application – FAQ
- 2021 Club Volleyball Information (General) – FAQ
- Volleyball BC Recruiting Policy
- 2020 Early Signing Period Offer Form – note: early signing period has passed for the 2020 season
- 2020 Signing Form
- 2020 Official Volleyball: Mikasa Transition Guide
- 2020 “A” & “AA” Level Declaration Recommendations
- Athlete Ranking Points Table
- Final Standing Point Allocation
12u & 13u Indoor
- Minor Officials Training
- Scoresheet Tutorial (Standard Volleyball)
- Scoresheet Tutorial (Tripleball)
- Scoresheet Label Template (Avery 5162)
- Quick Sub Rule (YouTube Video)
- Net Rule for 2020
- SportLoMo Team Sheet Roster Creation – 20122019
- SportLoMo Entering a Team Into an Event – 20200112
- Volleyball Canada – Letter of Good Standing Request Form
- All-Sport Insurance Member Coverage Details
- All-Sport Accident Claim Form
- Electronic Funds Transfer Form
- Volleyball Canada Uniform Policy
- Injury Report Form (to be submitted by members to VBC)
2021 Provincial Championship Dates
The Early Signing inventory is made public in an effort to inform athletes, families, and clubs of the opportunities available in advance of the 2021 indoor club season.
Early Signing Inventory (this registry will be made public on November 16, 2020. Please check back then)
Please contact your Regional Manager in the event of a discrepancy or if you have a question about the Early Signing process.
Volleyball BC works closely with Volleyball Canada and the Coaching Association of Canada to advocate for educated, trained, and certified coaches. In doing so, we acknowledge the value of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) and the multi-sport modules that accompany sport specific training and education opportunities.
Listed below are the clubs that met 100% of the Coach Education Requirements for the 2019 indoor club season.
- Glenmore Valley
- Jr Heat
- Lake Country
- Vernon Firehawks
- West Kelowna
- Valley Elite
- Delta Fury
Vancouver Island / Central Coast
- Alberni Airborne
- Campbell River Crush
- Momentum Volley
- Port Hardy
- Powell River
- South Cowichan
Caribou / Northeast
NOTE – Volleyball BC’s insurance will only apply to Volleyball BC members. Individuals that are not registered members with Volleyball BC will not be covered
To post your event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaching Inquiries – Jay Tremonti (interim)
General Inquiries – Alex Pappas
Lower Mainland Region – Alex Pappas
Fraser Valley Region – Fraser McIntosh
Okanagan/Kootenays Regions – Troë Weston
Vancouver Island Region – Stephen Epp
North Region – Troë Weston (interim)
We always want to know what you think. Please email your feedback to email@example.com.
Club Coaches may submit referee feedback using our Referee Feedback Form.
To submit a formal Incident Report, please complete Volleyball BC’s Incident report and email it to Alex Pappas at firstname.lastname@example.org. This report will enable us to improve staff training and track patterns of behaviour for both staff and participants.