Competitions. Volleyball England's competitions and events present exciting opportunities for lifelong engagement in of one of the world's most popular sports. From running the flagship National Volleyball League to supporting clubs delivering junior festivals and mass participation events, our dedicated team of professionals and expert volunteers are here to keep you active in the sport you love.
The 2021-22 National Volleyball League commenced on Saturday 2nd October. 75Women's teams and 60Men's teams compete across 15divisions. National Volleyball League structure. The NVL is the top volleyball competition in England for clubs. The League comprises National Super League, National Division 1, National Division 2 and 3 National Division 3 Leagues for both Men and Women.
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National Cup & Shield. UK Beach Tour. Sitting Volleyball Grand Prix. Sitting Volleyball Cup. Student Competitions. Junior Competitions. Under 15s Finals Day. Inter Regional Championships. Register an event.
UK Beach Tour. Sitting Volleyball Grand Prix. Rules and Information; 2021-22; 2019-20; More + Sitting Volleyball Cup. Student Competitions. Indoor Student Cup; BUCS Beach Volleyball Championships; Junior Competitions. Under 15s Finals Day; Inter Regional Championships; Register an event. Calendars
The BVF acts as a conduit for the home nations (Volleyball England, Scottish Volleyball Association, Volleyball Wales and Northern Ireland Volleyball) to lobby for funding from the UK’s key government agencies to help athletes compete in elite competitions. Due to limited funding opportunities provided to UK sports of this size and elite performance, the main focus of the BVF has been to acquire funding from the Aspiration Fund launched in October 2018.
Volleyball England is the national governing body for indoor volleyball, sitting volleyball and beach volleyball in England. It selects the national teams and coordinates several national competitions, including the National Volleyball League, National Cup, Student Cup and Sitting Volleyball competitions. For beach volleyball it partners with the UK Beach Tour to deliver tournaments across the UK and a national ranking system for players. Volleyball England also coordinates national junior devel
The BVF was formed as the Amateur Volleyball Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 1955. It was revived in 1980 as the British Volleyball Federation, and registered as a company on 21 July 2008. It ran annual competitions between teams from the Home Nations from 1985-1991. In 1990 it appointed a full-time coach.