Four Tips for Starting a Local Volleyball League

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Four Tips for Starting a Local Volleyball League

22 November 2016
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog

Being able to get plenty of exercise is important for everyone who wants to stay as healthy as they possibly can at all times. If you want to be able to be sure that you can enjoy the company of other people in the community, consider creating a volleyball league for everyone to participate in. The following guide walks you through a few pieces of equipment that you will need to ensure that the league has the best chance of succeeding possible.  

Get the Right Size of Volleyballs

You need to establish what size ball will need to be used in the league. This will ensure that all teams practice and play with the same size ball so that there is no chance of one team getting an advantage over another team. To ensure uniformity, you may want to have everyone play with Olympic volleyballs.

Ensure That the Nets Can Be Stored Easily

When there are multiple teams within the volleyball league, there will more than likely be multiple nets that will be needed for everyone to use. Be sure to purchase net storage bags for everyone to use to store the net while it is not in use. The bag should have a handle on it that will make carrying the net easier.

Invest in a Ball Bag So Your Team Can Have Balls Readily Available

When you split the league into teams, be sure to stock up on volleyballs for your team. You can put all of the balls in a ball bag so that they can easily be carried to and from the field as needed. This will also keep the balls from rolling around loosely in the trunk of your car or the back of your truck.

Establish the Boundary Lines for the Courts

Be sure to let the league know what the boundary lines should be for each court. There are supplies available that can be used to draw the lines before each match. Establishing the same boundary lines for each team will ensure that all teams are playing fairly.

Keep track of all of the game so that you can have an ultimate team when the season is over. Create brackets for the teams to track who is winning and who is losing. At the end of the season, the best teams can play against one another to win the title as ultimate volleyball champions for your league.