City of Aiken Volleyball
Volleyball is a great way for kids to exercise, learn teamwork, and make friends. It’s also a lot of fun!
Our youth volleyball program is designed for kids ages 9-14 (as of September 1 of the current year). We offer leagues for all skill levels, so every kid can find a team that is a good fit for them. Our coaches are experienced and passionate about teaching kids the game of volleyball. They will help your child learn the rules, develop their skills, and have fun.
We believe that volleyball is more than just a game. It is a chance for kids to learn teamwork, sportsmanship, and dealing with adversity. It is also a chance for kids to make friends and have fun.
If you want a fun and active way for your child to get fit, our youth volleyball program is perfect.
Benefits of Youth Volleyball
There are many benefits to participating in youth volleyball. Some of the benefits include:
- Physical activity: Volleyball is a great way for kids to get exercise. They will run, jump, and play all while having fun.
- Teamwork: Volleyball teaches kids the importance of teamwork. They will learn how to work together to achieve a common goal.
- Sportsmanship: Volleyball teaches kids the importance of sportsmanship. They will learn how to win and lose gracefully.
- Leadership: Volleyball can help kids develop leadership skills. They will learn how to lead their team and motivate their teammates.
- Confidence: Volleyball can help kids build confidence. They will learn how to overcome challenges and succeed.
Sign your child up today and let them experience the joy of playing volleyball!
League play will be from January – February.
League play will be from August – October.
Participants are provided with jerseys.
First-time participants must bring a birth certificate to register.
To provide a fun, safe, and positive environment for all children, we require that each coach undergo the National Alliance for Youth Sports certification process and a national background check.
For more information, including prices, dates, times, etc., see https://etrak-se1.com/etrak/cp?org=90