LATEST UPDATE (5/13/20)
USA Volleyball (USAV) has prepared Return to Play Guidelines for region leaders, club directors, event promoters, venue operators, members and families to provide guidance as volleyball activities begin to recommence across the United States. The following recommendations are not intended or implied to be mandates. Many of these recommendations are based upon current guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other Federal government agencies. The knowledge surrounding COVID-19 is constantly changing and circumstances are different based on geographic region. Therefore, region leaders, club directors, event promotors and venue operators should adhere to their state and local guidelines when determining their own re-opening policies and procedures. USAV will be resuming sanctioning of activities on May 15, 2020. All USAV sanctioned activities will be required to adhere to the most stringent federal, state or local guideline for their respective areas. USAV insurance coverage will only be provided for activities that are allowed under such government directives.
VolleyON was started by clubs across Southern California and quickly became a national phenomenon. The goal is to keep volleyball players active, engaged, and connected, as the season is on pause due to COVID-19. Wising all athletes, coaches, parents, and families good health as we work together through the challenges we all face.