Park Volley aims at players, with no age or gender
distinction, for whom participating is more important than
winning (although scoring points will still be the main
Through Mass Volley, the future stars of
Volleyball are created through pure grassroots activities, where fun
and passion for Volleyball are the real essence of the activities.
The way of Mass Volleyball will show Volleyball as an entertaining
sport with positive consequences for children and as a sport which
can be played anywhere with very little equipment. Each Mass
Volleyball event attracts the attention of the media and therefore
it opens the door to positive promotion at the national level where
National Volleyball Federations benefit immensely.
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Considering that the rules are simple and that there are
less technical demands on the players, Park Volley can be
the perfect introduction to the game of Volleyball. Besides,
as half of the world plays Volleyball "without a roof", this
new discipline has enormous potential of development in all
Although Park Volley focuses on leisure activity, it can
also be implemented as a highly competitive sport.
to learn more about Park Volley game characteristics and
Meet Parky, the Park Volley Mascot, and its team mate:
to download them in various Volleyball actions.
Volleyball at School
Keep the ball flying in Schools!
The FIVB World Congress in 2002 gave the official go-ahead for this
new category of players defined by height limitation. The height
limited competition was subsequently dubbed U-175 and U-185 to
indicate that it was open only to women players under 175cm and men
players under 185cm.
This category opens
opportunities to more players to compete at a high level as demographic studies show that some 94% of the world's
population has an average height of less than 175cm for women and
less than 185cm for men.
Volleyball at School remains a fundamental tool for the introduction
of Volleyball to young children through simple game like drills.
Children need actions that are motivated by the personality of the
teacher who can help to create the culture and motivation to
participate. Volleyball at School endorses cooperation and team
The Volleyball at School Symposium held in Canada, in June 2007,
brought together world experts on Volleyball at School and best
practice models, presentations and life videos which are available
for teachers and technical people of National Volleyball
Volleyball at School Symposium - 2007