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Volleyball

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Spring Volleyball League

Ages 18+ Come and join the fastest growing adult sports league in Spokane! Register today and guarantee your team a spot for the upcoming spring season. Whether you are a team of seasoned players or new to the game, we have a division for you. We offer Coed 6's with various skill levels B (competitive), and C (recreational). We also offer Coed, Men's, and Women's 4's. Locations, dates and times are subject to change based on school district facility availability.

This league has been canceled for the time being due to impacts of COVID-19. Check back for updates.

Open Gym Volleyball

Ages 18+ Come and drop in for a pickup game! Our open gym volleyball sessions offer players a chance to get together and enjoy some fun competition. Open gym sessions are Fridays from 6:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Skip the lines and prepay for your pass online or pay $5 per visit at the door (must be paid using a debit or credit card). Location: Chase Middle School Gym 4747 E. 37th Ave.

This league has been canceled for the time being due to impacts of COVID-19. Check back for updates.

Summer Spike & Dig Outdoor Volleyball League

Ages 18+ | Spokane Spike & Dig and Spokane Parks and Recreation are teaming up together to host this exciting outdoor grass coed 6's volleyball league. Games are played Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm. A season-ending tournament follows the regular season. All games are played at Dwight Merkel Sports Complex 5701 N. Assembly. $349

This league has been canceled for the time being due to impacts of COVID-19. Check back for updates.

Don't Have a Team?

Sign up as a free agent player, and we will help you to get connected with a team, or form your own team. Visit our league management website to fill out a form and sign up.

General League Information

Volleyball

Registration

  • Pay the corresponding registration fee on this website, or call 509.755.2489. Registration fees are not refundable once the league schedule is posted online.
  • Enroll your team roster into www.teamsideline.com/spokane. Make sure all players' information is accurate and correct. The Team Captain is responsible for updating the Team Roster whenever a new player is added to the team.
  • Submit a Waiver of Liability with signatures of all players to the League Supervisor before the first game. Team Captain is responsible for updating the Waiver of Liability whenever a new player is added to the team.

Rules

Format

  • Registration fee pay for a minimum of 12 regular season matches, and a single elimination playoff.
  • Playoffs will be double elimination – whenever possible.
  • All leagues are self-refereed
  • All games are rally scoring. Each match consists of 3 games (sets), within the set time frame, during league play.
  • All games are rally scoring. Each match consists of 3 games (sets), within the set time frame, during league play.
    • The first two games to 21 points with a cap of 23
    • The third game to 15 points with a cap of 17
    • Match time varies according to gym availability.

Team Management

Volleyball - Jumping
  • Team Roster must be updated as needed throughout the season and must reflect the lineup on the court.
  • COED 6on6
    • 3 men/3 women
    • There must always be at least 2 women on the court and no more than 3 men
    • A ghost player will not be required in league play if a team is playing shorthanded. However, it will be required during playoffs.
  • COED 4on4
    • 3 men/1 women
  • Please email if you need clarification: dbaal@spokanecity.org

Divisions

Volleyball

SPRD following divisions in Volleyball:

  • Coed A: Very Competitive. All players can consistently and correctly execute volleyball techniques such as bump, set, spike, and overhand serve. A Division teams can execute combination plays that include slides, tandems, x&39;s, crosses, and back-row hitting.
  • Coed B: Competitive. All players can correctly execute volleyball techniques such as bump, set, spike, and over-hand serve – most of the time. B division players have a great understanding of the game and its objectives. They’re comfortable on the court and know where to be at all times.
  • Coed C: Recreational. All C division players should know the basics of volleyball and played some volleyball before. Teams in the C division attempt to execute bump, set, and spike but are inconsistent. Jump serve is not allowed. In the C division, many points are given due to execution errors.
  • Coed 4on4: Divided into lower and upper level.
  • Women’s 4on4: Divided into lower and upper level.