Youth Volleyball

Register for Volleyball

Bump, set and spike your way to fun with our youth volleyball leagues. With an emphasis on team spirit and sportsmanship, players have the opportunity to learn the basic volleyball fundamentals such as serving, setting, hitting, blocking and digging in a fun and positive environment. Each volleyball program is structured and led by experienced volunteer coaches and staff that are dedicated to each child’s skill development in youth volleyball lessons and games. Your child will enjoy learning how to play this sport which was invented in a YMCA! 

Practices and Games

Registration details for the Spring 2024 Season

Location(s): Region-wide
Ages: 7-16 [Recreational and Competitive]
Member Priority Registration Begins: March 1
Non-Member Registration Begins: March 8
Registration Ends: March 25
Late Registration Begins: March 26 – March 31 ($10 late fee applies)
Practices Begin: Week of April 29th
Season Begins: May 11
Season Dates: 5/11, 5/18, 6/1, 6/8, 6/15, 6/22
Season Break: May 25 – Memorial Day Weekend
Rain-Out/Make-Up Date(s): June 29

Included Program for Members ($49 members supply fee)
Non-Member: $149

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What’s Provided: All basic equipment, uniforms (includes jersey)

Equipment Needed: Water bottle, knee pads

Volunteer Coaching Opportunities

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 specific resources to the sport you coach. If your child is a player, getting involved at their practices can help them feel comfortable to practice with you outside of official practice time.

Become a Volunteer

Volleyball Benefits

Youth Volleyball can bring great benefits to children in offering opportunities for exercise that is crucial for health and also for socialization and learning how to be part of a community. A team sport that involves team strength in children is an excellent quality for life to learn the significance of setting objectives and working towards accomplishing them. Children who start to play volleyball will get more benefits of hard work at an early age.

Training Tips

Warm up and stretch before you start practicing or playing Youth Volleyball. This doesn’t mean just hitting a couple of spikes or serves. Do some jumping jacks or run-in-place for a couple of minutes to warm up your muscles before stretching. Dynamic stretching uses many muscle groups in a sports-specific way and are ideal to incorporate in your warm ups and a good idea to stretch after a game, practice or volleyball clinic as well.

Coaching Benefits

In addition to teaching your players the techniques and skills needed to play the game, being a great coach means acting as a mentor and role model for your team, instilling good sportsmanship within and motivating your players to continue their development in becoming a great volleyball player through hard work and dedication to the sport.

Congratulations to our AMA YMCA Volleyball Division Champions!


  • 7/8 – Team USA (Navy)
  • 9/10 – Team Turkey
  • 11/12 Rec – Team Brazil
  • 11/12 Comp – Team Turkey
  • 13/14 – Team Peru
  • 15/16 – Team Netherlands

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