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.
For context, at Volleyball England competitions we intend to clean volleyballs between games. Training and warm-up activities are designed to limit face to face-to-face proximity of less than one-metre for more than three seconds at a time. There are no congratulatory touches or handshakes. Participants are encouraged to touch elbows or bow ...
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Volleyball England is the recognised National Governing Body for volleyball, beach volleyball and sitting volleyball in England. It was founded in 1972 as the English Volleyball Association (EVA), replacing the Amateur Volleyball Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which itself was established in 1955.
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 ...
Volleyball England is the recognised National Governing Body for volleyball, beach volleyball and sitting volleyball in England. This includes an increase in affiliated Clubs, of qualified, registered and active Coaches and Referees, of Volunteers and of players of all standards and ages irrespective of gender and background.
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Athletes must meet Volleyball England, CEV, & FIVB eligibility criteria relating to age and nationality. The perceived ability of the athletes to achieve the best results in the event/squad concerned in the selection decision. The athletes’ performance against the physical profile expected.
Volleyball England Foundation Official Charity of Volleyball England. The Volleyball England Foundation aims to provide financial support to help develop, educate and promote the health of individuals and groups through volleyball. Image: Side Out Beach Volleyball Juniors
The British Volleyball Federation is the national governing body for all volleyball disciplines in the UK. 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.