Juniors Beach Volleyball

Spring Registration Open!



You’ll have to look hard to find a bench on a beach volleyball court. In juniors beach volleyball there’s not an outside, middle, or defensive specialist — just you and your partner to cover the entire court. A coach does not determine playing time. There is no specializing or substitutions. Each player must master passing, setting, and hitting to be successful.

Beach volleyball provides advancement of your indoor game, as well as, collegiate scholarship opportunities. As one of the fastest growing collegiate sports, there were 99 beach volleyball teams last year. Of the 99, 55 schools were NCAA I and 11 were NCAA II. Both offer beach volleyball scholarships — a NCAA National Championship sport. 

    Health and Safety Guidelines

    • Weekly, we review guidelines provided by the CDC, National Council on Youth Sports, Virginia Forward Phase guidelines, and the Aspen Institute
    • All players will register on-line prior to the start of the program. No walk ups will be accepted.
    • We will screen players, coaches, and other staff daily for symptoms of or exposure to COVID
    • No one will be allowed to participate if they have symptoms or have been exposed
    • Before returning to play, players must follow CDC guidelines regarding self- isolation if they have experienced symptoms
    • If parents wish to stay and watch practice, they must maintain a six-foot separation from other parents if sitting outside and must wear a mask unless they can maintain sufficient distance from other parents and players
    • Parents are not allowed on the sand during the practice, only coaches, athletes and RVC staff may be on the courts during practice hours
    • As much as we appreciate the help provided in the past, we cannot allow parents or non-players to shag balls or assist on the courts
    • We will only use every other court and no more than 4 courts will be used at any one time
    • Players will be instructed to place their items in a location that is adequately distanced from other player’s items
    • Volleyballs will be disinfected after each practice and stored separately by court. Each court will use the same volleyballs each week. Tournaments will use a rotation of 3-4 volleyballs per court with a new ball being introduced every 7 points (on the side switch)
    • Players may not bring their personal volleyballs from home
    • Players are encouraged to bring an adequate personal supply of water and to not use any available water fountains
    • Players will be instructed to bring sanitizer (we will have some if a player is unable to bring their own) and to sanitize their arms and hands before play begins
    • Coaches will also sanitize their arms and hands before play
    • Coaches will ensure that guidelines are being followed as closely as possible and will remind players as necessary to maintain social distance, to avoid touching their face, and to re-sanitize their hands and arms as needed
    • Coaches will wear cloth face coverings at all times except when actually coaching
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$125  |  Ages 10-12
Wednesdays   |  May 5 – June 2 (5 weeks)

Registration opens March 19th

Juniors Summer Boys Beach Volleyball

$120 |  Ages 13-18
Fridays 5:30-7:00 PM  |  4 weeks

Registration open now


“The beach game is GREAT for improving your indoors kills/game. Whatever your weaknesses are, you get to work on them a ton. Unlike the 6-person game, you touch the ball in every rally, and with just two of you covering the court, you learn to read and anticipate much better. Dealing with the sun and wind helps you be more adaptable. Player height is less important outdoors – ball control and skill is more important. . . . Most top level coaches encourage their players to play as much as they can on the beach . . . .”

John Kessel, USA Volleyball
Director of Education, Grassroots, Disabled & Beach Volleyball


11217 Greenwood Road
Glen Allen, VA 23059

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