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London Volleyball Association

We're the governing body of volleyball in London and run the London Volleyball Leagues for men and women, support junior squads representing London in national competitions and help with referees and coaches.

Clubs in London welcome players of all standards into the indoor, beach and sitting versions of the game.

Recent News
  • [2017/3/22] Kettering Contests
    Volleyball England National Cups
    Aces, Orcas, Polonia and EBC Greenhouse to shine
    All the finalists are now known after the last series of juniors matches last week-end and London will have a finalist in five of the eight matches to be played.
  • [2017/3/21] Eagles shade Lynx
    One men's and one women's games in London (Men's and women’s Super8 - National Volleyball League)
    Orcas frustrate Tendring
    Malory Eagles look as though they have secured fifth place in the men's Super8 division after beating Lynx in a very close three sets on Saturday (18th March)
  • [2017/3/20] Dockland's critical Saturday date with Polonia
    Weekend's two London matches (Men's and women’s Super8 - National Volleyball League)
    Orcas entertain Tendring
    Just two games involving London teams next weekend (25/26th March) although the men's one features two of our sides.
  • [2017/3/17] Aces higher without a shot
    Aces beat Wessex 2 (National Volleyball League Division 2 South)
    South coast side short of players
    It's with a sense of anti-climax that London's men's side Aces find themselves top of the Men's Division 2 (South) league table today (17th March) with so great a margin that they cannot be caught and so are assured of a place in the National League's first division next season.
  • [2017/3/12] Men's derby and key women's match
    Two games in London (Men's and women’s Super8s - National Volleyball League)
    Eagles and Lynx battle for security
    Remember mid-day. That's the time for both London Super8 games next week-end. There will be men's derby at Ernest Bevin - a "must win" encounter for Malory, currently next to last in the league with a win for Lynx giving them an outside chance of a top four finish. Coincidentally, that's also exactly the position Tendring find themselves in and it's Orcas that would lose out if they were successful.
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