SCA Edinburgh 2021 – Day 3

The sun was shining on the final day at the Small Countries Association Edinburgh 2021 at Liberton High School. With a busy schedule of quarterfinals, semi-finals and finals, matches began at 9:00am with the remaining two men’s quarterfinal matches. Stewart and McKelvie (SCO) took on a strong Northern Irish pairing, ultimately coming out as victorsContinue reading “SCA Edinburgh 2021 – Day 3”

2021 Moving the Mass volleyball series

We are delighted to announce 2 online programs with our Volleyball expert in the moving the mass series: – Be Creative with Exercises – Smash Volley the Next Generation We trust that these online programs will be of interest to our members and that your federation can endorse it through its social media channels, website andContinue reading “2021 Moving the Mass volleyball series”

Golden Sets decide dramatic Faroese league finals

In the most dramatic fashion, the women’s team of SÍ Sørvágur and the men of Mjølnir Klaksvík claimed the Faroese national league titles after winning the Golden Set to 15 in their respective two-series finals. Women’s Final Thursday, April 1: Dráttur vs SÍ Sørvágur 0-3 (14-25, 18-25, 15-25)Saturday, April 3: SÍ Sørvágur vs Dráttur 2-3Continue reading “Golden Sets decide dramatic Faroese league finals”

Scotland to host European qualifier for next year’s Commonwealth Games

Scottish Volleyball is delighted to announce that after a successful bidding process, the organisation will deliver the double gender qualifier for the Beach Volleyball competition of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The event – held in Edinburgh in partnership with Edinburgh City Council at the end of September 2021 – will feature teams from acrossContinue reading “Scotland to host European qualifier for next year’s Commonwealth Games”

Scotland looking for a Beach Performance Coach

Scottish Volleyball are marking the 500 day countdown to the 2022 Commonwealth Games by launching a search for our first ever High Performance Beach Volleyball coaching post.  In partnership with the world volleyball federation, FIVB and sportscotland.  This is the first opportunity of its kind in Scottish beach volleyball and clearly displays our ambition and intent to developContinue reading “Scotland looking for a Beach Performance Coach”

Seven 1- and 2-Star World Tour events on European soil confirmed for 2021

Despite the many constraints caused by the global health crisis, Beach Volleyball players can look forward to a busy and exciting 2021 season, featuring as many as seven FIVB World Tour 1-Star and 2-Star events in countries as diverse as Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Slovenia. The CEV will continue to liaise with National FederationsContinue reading “Seven 1- and 2-Star World Tour events on European soil confirmed for 2021”

Volleyball Ireland hail progress and increased participation in their activities

Volleyball Ireland have published their first quarterly report of 2020, which shows a significant increase in registered junior players compared to the same period of last year. As many as 227 under 18s have active player licenses compared with the end of March 2019, which is mainly due to the fantastic development work carried outContinue reading “Volleyball Ireland hail progress and increased participation in their activities”

Scottish Beach Volleyball community celebrate past while building future

In a time where many would normally be making the final tweaks to their domestic Beach Volleyball programme before it gets underway in May, the Scottish Volleyball Association (SVA) are instead using these days to reflect on what they have achieved as a sport with the help of the Team Scotland media team.Over the lastContinue reading “Scottish Beach Volleyball community celebrate past while building future”

CEV and Malta Volleyball Association strengthen cooperation to grow the game

On Friday, CEV President Aleksandar Boričić had the pleasure of holding cordial talks with the newly elected President of the Malta Volleyball Association (MVA), Mr Edward Gatt and the MVA Vice-President, Mr Branko Vlahović, at the CEV President Office in Belgrade. It was a truly precious opportunity to strengthen the cooperation with the highest authorities fromContinue reading “CEV and Malta Volleyball Association strengthen cooperation to grow the game”