Solent Volleyball Club is a non-profit, member-based sports organisation, run by committee of dedicated volunteers. Founded in 1976, the club has provided volleyball opportunities to its members for more than three decades. Over the course of the club's history we have fielded Men's and Ladies' teams at nearly all levels of national and local competition.
There are currently two Men's teams competing in Divison II and Division III of the National Volleyball League (NVL), and a Ladies' team in Division III. For the Southampton and District Volleyball Association (SADVA) league we have Men's, Ladies' and Mixed teams in their respective league competitions.
Solent Volleyball Club is affiliated to Southampton and District Volleyball Association (SADVA) as well as the English Volleyball Association (EVA).
The Club in managed by an executive committee, made up of:
(click on a committee post to see information on their role)
We also have a Life President, John Taylor, one of the founder members of Solent Volleyball Club.
The Club abides by its Constitution, which is reviewed at the Annual General Meeting.
Solent Volleyball Club aims to be equitable in all its operations, as defined in its Equity Statement.
We have a range of membership options, depending on the level you wish to play at, from recreational to National League.
We also offer scaled rates for junior and student members.
For current rates, please see the Fees Info.
The club has adopted the Volleyball England Child Protection Policy & follows the Volleyball England guidelines. The Club Welfare Officer (Claire Butler) is responsible for ensuring the club complies with these guidelines and is available to discuss any concerns you may have.
All members of Solent Volleyball Club are expected to abide by the appropriate Code of Conduct:
As a club, we are continutally looking to develop and improve. We are run for the benefit of our members, and hope to provide the best club we can. If you have any issues you would like to raise, then please speak to a member of the Committee, or complete a members's feedback form and return it to a committee member. Any feedback forms received will be discussed at the next possible committee meeting.