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UNITE Volleyball Event

UNITE Volleyball Event


May 25
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Greentree Village Park


$10 / Participant


UNITE College & Career

By popular demand... UNITE is hosting an Outdoor Volleyball Event!

Join us for a fun afternoon outdoors - whether you play volleyball or not. All UNITE-aged (18-30+) players and Grade 12 students are welcome to join. Special shoutouts to our Sr High Grade 12s who are also invited and will be coming out to this event!

If you want to learn or brush up on your volleyball skills, join the Volleyball 101 clinic.

If you’re in it to win it or just want to have fun, get your friends together and sign up with your team for one of our grass volleyball tournaments.

If you want to spectate or cheer for your friends, come and hang out on the sidelines! Bring board games, a football, spikeball, other games, or even a picnic.

There will also be prizes for the 6v6 and 4v4 tourney winners! Invite your friends for a fun afternoon and see you at the field!

Registration deadline: May 11 (Saturday) at 11:59pm

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Volleyball Formats:

1. Volleyball 101:

  • A fun volleyball skills clinic for beginners
    • Good for those with no experience or have only played a few times
  • You’ll learn the most important basic skills and rules of volleyball, with free time to play games with your newly-learned skills
  • Spots are limited

2. 6v6 Tournament:

  • An intermediate tourney bracket
    • Good for those that play(ed) volleyball at social gatherings, rec centre drop ins, or beginners’ recreational leagues
  • Standard indoor volleyball rules
  • Up to 3 substitutes
  • At least 2 of each gender per team

3. 4v4 Tournament – “Reverse 4s”

  • A competitive tourney bracket
    • For those that play(ed) in high school teams, club teams, or more competitive recreational leagues (B level or above),
  • Reverse 4 rules, highlighted by the following:
    • No open hand tipping
    • Back row hits only for male players
    • Volleys on serve, receive, and free balls will be allowed (in contrast to Volleyball BC R4’s rules)
  • Up to 2 substitutes
  • At least 1 of each gender per team