Fall Registration is accepting registrations for age divisions 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-15 through midnight Sept 1st. 

Don't miss out on a great season of volleyball with USYVL!  Register today.

 

Please click here to register today!

 

 

 

 

Registered players will meet on Alumni Field area 21 on the CAMPUS MAP: http://www.usyvl.org/media/forms/seaver-map.pdf

We are very excited to announce that we have been invited to a FREE pre-season volleyball clinic directed by Marv Dunphy, the Men’s Volleyball Coach at Pepperdine University.
 
Marv is recognized as one of the leading coaches in the sport!  He was the coach of the 1988 United States Men’s Olympic Gold Medal Team and was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1994.
 
This is a great opportunity for your child, so please make sure to attend!
 
Date and Time: Saturday, September 12, 2015  from 9 a.m. to 11am (check-in at 8:30 a.m.)
        
Location:  Pepperdine University - Alumni Park, 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu, CA  90263 (parking is free and when you enter the campus, at the information booth, they will direct you to the clinic).
 
Remember the clinic is FREE to all USYVL players in grades 2-8*!!!  Returning players should wear your USYVL t-shirts.
 
*Please note due to NCAA regulations, students in 9th grade or older may not attend this activity as a participant.  If you have any questions regarding this regulation please call the USYVL National Office at 1-888-988-7985.
 
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Spread the word about USYVL in your community and get a cool gift!

How does that work?  Refer a New Friend!

It’s simple, all you have to do print this flyer:  Refer A Friend

Before you hand the form to a NEW friend to register, make sure to include your first and last name in the designated area on the form. 

When they register by mail or online, your name will be noted and you will receive a COOL Gift!

 

 

 

As another successful spring season winds down for the United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL), a big “thank you” is due to the many volunteers who made it happen for the kids. The volunteer crew is essential to the success of the league, keeping the league affordable while, at the same time, offering a family atmosphere, since so many family members are involved. We’re grateful for the time donated by each and every volunteer this past season. Your efforts created a terrific experience for the children participating in USYVL.  

 

If you haven’t volunteered in the past, and have a child participating in the future, you are certainly encouraged to volunteer. The guidelines to volunteer are available on the USYVL website.  

 

In addition to donating time, monetary donations derived from the charity and goodwill of many individual donors, along with corporate sponsors, assist the USYVL in achieving its mission to provide every child an opportunity to learn the sport of volleyball in a fun, safe, and supervised environment. Donations improve opportunities for children in the league in two ways. First, children with a desire to play in the league, but are faced with verified financial need, are offered assistance. Since the inception of the league, thanks to donations, no child has ever been turned down from participating in the league based on financial circumstances. Second, donations fund important USYVL education and training programs, which benefit all children involved with USYVL.   

 

If you are in a position to be able to make a monetary donation, we encourage you to join our board members in donating $25, $50, $100, or any amount you can comfortably give to USYVL. Each donation, no matter the amount, makes a difference! 

 

The opportunities for health, fitness, self-esteem building and, of course, learning the skills of volleyball, offered through the USYVL continue. Thank you for being part of it.    

USYVL video goes viral! 

 

 

You never quite know what will capture the attention of volleyball players and parents on the internet these days. If you're playing the percentages, cats, exceptional rallies and bodily harm should be at the top of your list when it comes to creating sharable content. But we at USYVL tried a different approach. Our thirty-second video entitled #powerofpepper featured a dad and his daughter bumping a ball back and forth in their front yard as subtitles reminded viewers to play volleyball with their children. While it wasn't humorous or outrageous, it struck a chord with people across America. In the five days since it was posted to USYVL social media accounts, the video reached over 138,000 people, was viewed nearly 55,000 times and shared 600 times. "Likes," comments and shares poured in from viewers who identified with the message and, in some cases, interpreted it as a welcome sign of the changing seasons and warmer weather ahead. Whatever drew people to our video, we're glad they enjoyed and shared it with their friends. We're always trying to find new ways to capture the USYVL spirit in our communication and encourage kids to learn the game of volleyball in a fun, safe and positive environment. That type of message doesn't always compete favorably with the off-the-wall content "going viral" on the web but, for one day at least, it did.