Youth Volleyball

SERVING UP FUN

Youth volleyball is an exciting sport combining team play and individual skills. YMCA youth volleyball promises no try outs, no getting cut and no bench warmers! Every child plays at least half of every game while making friends and learning new techniques.

 

AGES:  Open to Kids in 3rd grade through High School

 

PRACTICES: The YMCA offers one 60-minute practice per week.

 

FOCUS: YMCA utilizes volunteer coaches to focus on participation and fun! While basic skills of the game are developed through practices and games, every child learns sportsmanship and values necessary to be successful in life. Every game begins with a Youth Sports Pledge and ends with a handshake.

 

PROGRAM OFFERINGS: Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter*

The YMCA Youth Sports Program helps kids become not only better players, but better people as well. It's a progressive program, with multiple age-specific levels. Every child gets to play and the games are safe, exciting and fun. We encourage fair play, positive competition, and family involvement.

* Sports and seasons vary from Y location.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

In order for your child to be registered for Youth Sports, please complete and sign this liability waiver and concussion waiver.

 

Together We Can Do More:

We're seeking volunteers interested in coaching youth sports. Our coaches make YMCA youth sports possible, and create a lifelong impact on children by encouraging participation and emphasizing sportsmanship and strong character. When you become a volunteer, the Y will introduce you to coaching and provide resources specific to the sport you coach. For more information, contact your nearest Y by phone or stop by the Welcome Center.

Watch our video to see the difference you can make as a coach >

 

About YMCA Youth Sports

YMCA Youth Sports programs promote healthy kids, families and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition, the value of participation over winning and team building. Parents are encouraged to be more than mere spectators by contributing their time as volunteer coaches and team parents as well as being their kid’s number one fan.

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