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Overview

Club volleyball is known to have a higher level of competitiveness than recreational volleyball. Any players considering making the jump to a club should be made aware of the following:

  • Commitment
  • Cost
  • Competitive Play
  • Time
  • Travel
  • Skill Growth

FVBC Developmental League 8-13 years old

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Developmental Clinics

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Teams

CO-ED 11-12 YEARS OF AGE

From the beginner development player to players with recreation and club experience.

  • Learn and play every position
  • Equal playing time for regular round robin games (play-off rounds are coaches discretion.
  • 2 practice days a week
  • 6 tournament days per season
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Co-Ed 13 Years of Age

From the beginner development player to players with recreation and club experience.

  • Learn and play every position
  • Equal playing time for regular round robin games (play-off rounds are coaches discretion.
  • 2 practice days a week
  • 8 tournament days a season

Co-Ed 14 years of age

 

From the beginner development player to players with recreation and club experience.  At this age coaches start focusing on positions and more competitive game play.

1st half season

  • Practice and play every position
  • Equal playing time for regular round robin games (play-off rounds are coaches discretion.

 

2nd half season

  • Players will learn a rotational system with a deeper emphasis on skill development.
  • The coaches discretion on players that have playing time.  For any and all tournaments and games
Girls 15 years of age and up

 

  • Player with previous volleyball experience
  • Practices are minimum of 2 days a week, 2 hour blocks (coaches may request for more)
  • 10 tournament days per season
  • .  Open and Club level competition levels