Wednesday - Mixed - Competitive

Games between 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Level of play Competitive
Duration 10-12 weeks
Start Date 25/09/2019
Individual Entry
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Team Entry
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*Team price estimates are based on a 10 person squad

Venue Information

Address

Downside Fisher Youth Club
Coxson Place
Druid Street
SE1 2EZ

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Venue Map

Venue Directions

Exit London Bridge Station onto Tooley Street and take a right turn towards Tower Bridge.
At Tower Bridge Road take a right and walk 1 minute to Druid Street.
Turn Left onto Druid Street and the Entrance to Downside Fisher is a 200m walk on your left hand side.

Levels of play

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INTERMEDIATE

  • You have played volleyball before and can handle yourself in a game situation. Matches are still social and fun, however they have a more competitive edge!
  • Intermediate matches are played in 3 sets and are officiated by an umpire rather than supervised by a coach
  • Join an Intermediate league if you want to improve your skills during a weekly fun (and slightly competitive) game.

intermediate-level


COMPETITIVE

  • Competitive volleyball is for the serious match player! For those who have played a good level in the past, and want to continue playing to a high standard
  • Perfect if you are comfortable setting, spiking and blocking and have good ball control/can keep a rally going
  • The environment is still social, and it’s a great way to meet other experienced players and play a competitive, fun game.

League details

Whats included

  • Weekly games over 8 - 12 week period (see Duration above)
  • 40 minutes total fixture length - best of 3 sets
  • Friendly, professional Facilitators/Referees
  • Extra bonus games for league finalists
  • All equipment provided
  • Up to date league fixtures and standings online
  • Amazing prizes for league winners
  • Special discounts at our Partner Bar
  • 6v6 mixed format (min 2 females on court at all times)
  • Recommended squad size = 10
    Read volleyball rules here

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