Do you want to play volleyball in Southampton?
Are you looking for a volleyball club that can offer you all levels of play?
Then you've come to the right place.
With Southampton volleyball club you can play at any level, from beginner, through recreational and local league all the way to National League.
Men's NL preseason : *** Update Men's Training *** ... ...more (Posted on 10 Aug 2017)
Club to change name : At tonight's AGM, the club has voted to change its name to Southampton Volleyball Club - a move to a... ...more (Posted on 15 May 2017)
SwanSong : After more years than most have played - Solent Men's player coach, Adam Phillips, has called it a d... ...more (Posted on 26 Mar 2017)
National Shield Champions : In a thrilling 5 set final against Newcastle Staffs, Solent Men came out Champions in the National S... ...more (Posted on 2 Apr 2016)
Shield Finals : Solent Men play in the Shield Final this Saturday, 2nd April, 10am start at the National Volleyball ... ...more (Posted on 29 Mar 2016)
See the News Archive for older News items.
If you are interested in playing in the best teams in the Southampton Area, please come down to a Tuesday night session to meet us.
Just come along and join in - it's open to everyone to come and try.
Club training will be on Tuesday nights, with National League training, at the invitation of the squad coaches, on Wednesday nights (Men) and Thursday nights (Ladies). For more information on the training sessions, please see the Training page.
Solent National League Squads are open to players from volleyball clubs across the Southampton area - with members from Roke Manor, the Ordnance Survey, Southampton University and IBM Volleyball clubs. We actively encourage players to continue playing at local league - maintaining the grass roots support for volleyball in Southampton - whilst letting them play at the higher level afforded by National League competitions.
Check out the results and match reports of our Volleyball England (V.E.) National League teams on the National League pages and our local volleyball association (S.A.D.V.A.) teams on the Local League pages.
We cater for all standards, so why not come at give it a go we'd love to meet you.
(PS, if you're new to Volleyball, long sleeves are best!).
We have a Club Handbook which includes information on how the club is run - including our equity policy, descriptions of the committee posts, the club fees, codes of conduct and how to give feedback to the committee. Please let us know what you think.