The United States Youth Volleyball League’s mission is to provide every child between the ages of 7 and 15 a chance to learn and play volleyball.
USA Volleyball is the National Governing Body for the sport of volleyball in the United States. Supporting athletes at all levels of play, we train and support the U.S. National Teams for indoor, beach and sitting volleyball and provide a lifetime of opportunity to be part of the volleyball community with premier events, programs and resources to pursue your Path to the Podium.
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Note: In 2001, the Girls Youth National Team played for the Women’s Junior National Team at the FIVB WJ World Championships, finishing 15th. NORCECA U18 Continental Championship 2018: Gold
USA Volleyball has a rulebook updated annually called Domestic Competition Regulations, which follow the rules of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB). This rulebook has a section dedicated to youth play for 3-11 year old athletes, who should be playing in teams of two or four. Teams Teams can be made of two, three, or four players per side.
For youth volleyball you can put three to four courts up on a single regular court space, using the four nets on a rope we have created. A nice example of how you can take one adult doubles outdoor court space and turn it into four kids nets: Run the kids nets down the middle of the adult court (serving line to serving line), this would make each court about 15 feet wide.
In general, they are: Adult (for players, coaches, officials) Juniors (for players ages 18 and under) Youth (for players ages 11 and under) Outdoor (for late spring/summer only play) One event (for one USAV-sanctioned event) League (for 8-12 week limited play only leagues) Other (fan, chaperone, ...
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Contact: Nancy Taylor-Rodriguez - Club Director Phone: 870-897-0225 Email Email Nancy Taylor-Rodriguez Address: 1605 Shady Grove , Jonesboro, Arkansas (AR)
North Texas Region, a regional volleyball association of USA Volleyball. We sanction events in the northeast region of Texas, reaching as far west as Abilene, north to the Texas/Oklahoma border, east to the Texas/Louisiana border and south to the smaller communities north of Waco.