Drop In Volleyball Fridays

April 5th, 2020 by

Drop In Volleyball takes place Friday evenings at Niagara Sport and Social Club’s 4-court indoor volleyball complex from 6pm – 11pm.   Cost is only $8 to play!  Arrive early as the place fills up with a wide range of volleyball talent!  These volleyball players skills and abilities range from the beginner recreational level player that is new to the sport of volleyball and all the way to top competitive players.  It all really depends on who is available to play that day and wants to come out and have some fun while meeting lots of new people!

When you arrive at the Rex Stimers Arena located inside the Garden City Complex.  Come into the building and walk down the hallway and turn left toward “The Rex”!  Change-rooms are located in this hallway for you to use.  Don’t leave your belongings in the change-room, please bring them with you into the playing area so you can keep an eye on them while you are playing.  As you walk-in you will meet the league organizer at the door.   Save yourself some time and register ahead of schedule to this event by clicking here at: Drop In Volleyball

Once you step onto the court you will notice why volleyball players travel from across Ontario to play at Niagara Sport & Social Club!  The 4 large volleyball specific courts are amazing!  Top-level equipment and a well organized system to play!   If a court is empty when you arrive, hop and and start warming up quickly.  Players will join you on the court as soon as they arrive!  There is one ball allocated per court so as soon as you have 6 players on your side and 6 on the other side ask the other team if they are ready to play and get the night started!  Games will be approximately 10 minutes in length with a horn at the end of that time to signal rotation.  Each team will rotate around clockwise to play a new team every 10 minutes!  It’s like a mini drop in volleyball tournament every Friday night!  Teams that aren’t on the court will await on the lines of court 1 and court 4 like an on deck area in baseball.  Teams on the team bench will be the next ones to rotate back onto the court.  It’s important to keep your team together and maintaining your on-deck position so theres no confusion as to who will be the next in line to play.  Players come from Guelph, Cambridge, Scottland, Dundas, Hamilton, Oakville, Burlington, Stoney Creek, Grimsby, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Welland, Thorold, Wainfleet, Port Colborne and Cayuga to play!  It’s a great way to play and meet new people!  Come on our to your Friday Night Drop In Volleyball to experience what Drop In Volleyball should be!

Drop In Volleyball