Youth Volleyball

Our Youth Volleyball program is offered in the Fall for the following age groups: 12U Girls (ages 10-12), 14U Girls (ages 13-14), 18U Girls (ages 15-18), 12U Coed (ages 10-12), 14U Coed (ages 13-14), 18U Coed (ages 15-18), 12U Boys (ages 10-12) and 14U Boys (ages 13-14). Most Recreation Associations also offer leagues for youth under age 10 (called “Farm Leagues”).
This league will not be offered in the Fall of 2020. Please direct any questions to your Recreation Association Area Chair.

Additional questions? Please refer to this FAQ.

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Registration Information

  • ​Registration Dates: July 1-15 (in person registration locations vary by association).​​ Online registration​ also available for most Recreation Associations.​
  • ​Practice Starts: early September
  • Season (approximate): late September to mid-November

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​League Information

The city is divided into 13 geographic areas for Parks and Recreation youth sports. Each area has a volunteer Area Chairperson and Community Recreation Association that organizes programs in conjunction with Sports Management. The city offers leagues for youth age 10 through 18. Most Recreation Associations also offer leagues for youth under age 10 called "Farm Leagues.​" 

Recreation Associations will charge a player registration fee. Fees charged and sports/age groups offered vary by area. Players must attend school (K-12) to be eligible. High school varsity and junior varsity players are not eligible for the same community league sport.​​​​​​

​​​Several Recreation Associations also offer Spring Volleyball.  Please contact the association that serves your neighborhood for more information.

Find Your Community Recreation Association

​​​A map and website links for each area are provided b​elow. The City of Virginia Beach is not responsible for content on these sites. The map files are large and recommended for viewing only (not printing).