The British Volleyball Federation is the national governing body for all volleyball disciplines in the UK. The BVF acts as a conduit for the home nations (Volleyball England, Scottish Volleyball Association, Volleyball Wales and Northern Ireland Volleyball) to lobby for funding from the UK’s key government agencies to help athletes compete in elite competitions.
Volleyball England is the recognised National Governing Body for volleyball, beach volleyball and sitting volleyball in England. Volleyball England is responsible for the development, promotion and delivery of volleyball across England. It was founded in 1972 as the English Volleyball Association (EVA), replacing the Amateur Volleyball Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which itself was established in 1955.
Whether you are renewing your membership or buying a registration for the first time VolleyZone is the membership portal to manage your involvement in the sport. Click on the buttons below to access or create your VolleyZone account and register with Volleyball England for the 21/22 season. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ...
The NVL is the top volleyball competition in England for clubs. The League comprises National Super League, National Division 1, National Division 2 and 3 National Division 3 Leagues for both Men and Women.
Volleyball England Foundation. Established in 2010, the Volleyball England Foundation (charity number 1138864) is a seperate organisation that works closely with Volleyball England to provide financial support to help develop, educate and promote the health of individuals and groups through volleyball. Since it was reorganised in 2019, the Foundation has run a succesful sitting volleyball programme, which was supported by World ParaVolley to help establish new teams.
The British Volleyball Federation (BVF) is the national sports governing for volleyball participation in the UK. It is a Home Nations federation of Volleyball England, Volleyball Wales, Scottish Volleyball and Northern Ireland Volleyball. It lobbies the UK government for funding to help elite volleyball athletes compete internationally.
The Bello twins have come through the Volleyball England pathway playing both indoor and beach volleyball. They have competed on the Volleyball England Beach Tour and FIVB World tour including Aydin and Alanya (WT1*), as well as Under 20 CEV European Championship and Under 19 FIVB World championship.
Volleyball England statement on the coronavirus. 4th March 2020. Volleyball England has issued the following advice in response to the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus and the enquiries we have received from members. Pre and post-match handshakes will be relaxed for the foreseeable future. Referees, coaches and players are advised to wave or bow ...
Volleyball England works closely with, and is supported by, the Volleyball England Foundation, which is a charity providing financial support to volleyball development projects.   It also partners with the governing bodies for volleyball from the other UK Home Nations to form the British Volleyball Federation .