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Which school has the best beach players?


The goal of the NCSVA club series is to provide volleyball club teams with the opportunity to work together and compete against their rival schools. This series encourages club teams to band together a group of individuals to test their teams skills against other club teams across the country.


The club series tournaments take place during the fall semester but each region's tournament schedule will vary. Participating and hosting schools will help decide the schedule for their region. Some regions will not have as lengthy of a season due to weather restrictions and, as a result, cost less.

*To assist with scheduling in your region, place your deposit for you club team ASAP.


The NCSVA requires 3 teams/6 players from each school to participate. Collegiate players should create a beach volleyball club at their college to play in the NCSVA Collegiate Club series.

Want to host a Club Series Tournament?

To take part in hosting and to help with event scheduling for the upcoming season, club teams must first register and pay their team's $100 deposit. The sooner you pay your deposit, the sooner you get to help with scheduling events!

Create a Beach Club Team at your School!!!

Many universities across the country are creating beach volleyball club teams. Got a group of ballers who want to play more beach? Start the process of creating your beach club team.

Need help starting your club team?

The NCSVA is the leading governing body for beach volleyball club teams. If you have any questions about how beach club teams work, reach out to us and we can talk to your school's club sports program about the NCSVA.

Click Here to learn more about the NCSVA Open Tournament Series

2017 Club vs Club Champions

University of South Florida

Club v Club Champs

NCSVA Club vs Club Competition Format



Competitions are school vs school with matches played best 2 out of 3 sets (first two sets to 21 and third set to 15). Win by 2, no cap. Each competition will consist of multiple events.

A sample day with 3 schools could look like:

9AM: SMC vs PC 3 vs 3, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1

10AM: SMC vs VC 3 vs 3, 2vs 2, 1 vs 1

11AM: PC vs VC 3 vs 3, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1

Sample day with 4 schools could be played out as:

9AM: SMC vs PC 3 vs 3, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1

9AM: VC vs SC 3 vs 3, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1

10AM: SMC vs VC 3 vs 3, 2vs 2, 1 vs 1

10AM: SC vs PC 3 vs 3, 2vs 2, 1 vs 1

11AM: PC vs VC 3 vs 3, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1

11AM: SMC vs SC 3 vs 3, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1

The overall winning school is determined by the school that wins the majority of matches for that day.

**Note: All competitions are subject to weather restrictions and may be postponed, cancelled, or rescheduled.


2017 NCSVA Highlight Video

Song: "The Buzz" by Hermitude

The NCSVA claims no ownership of the music in this video.

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