|Monday||Mens 2v2 Competitive||Click Here|
|Tuesday||Womens 4v4 Competitive||Click Here|
|Tuesday||Womens 4v4 Recreational||Click Here|
|Tuesday||Mens 4v4 Competitive|
|Wednesday||Coed 4v4 Recreational||Click Here|
|Wednesday||Coed 6v6 Competitive||Click Here|
|Wednesday||Coed 6v6 Recreational Gold||Click Here|
|Wednesday||Coed 6v6 Recreational Silver||Click Here|
|Thursday||Coed 6v6 Recreational Sun||Click Here|
|Thursday||Coed 6v6 Recreational Sand||Click Here|
|Thursday||Coed 4v4 Competitive||Click Here|
You can register online, in person or by mail at the Parks and Recreation office. There is no fee to register online. Registration is first-come, first-serve and leagues will fill.
Each team must have the minimum number of players registered by Friday, May 26 (ex., two players for a two-man team) in order to be scheduled into a league. Additional players can sign up anytime throughout the season but must be registered by the manager before they play.
New for 2017 - TEAM REGISTRATION
New this year, Team Managers will pay one fee which will cover all the players on their team (there is no limit to the number of players you can register on the team). It is the Manager's responsibility to invite members to register for the team once registration is complete. Contact Parks and Recreation if you need assistance adding members to your team.
Parks and Recreation’s adult beach volleyball league play begins the first Monday in June and lasts for 10 weeks (there is no play the week of Fourth of July). The 8-week season will be played at Stratford Woods Park Monday-Thursday and all games begin between 6-8:30 p.m. Teams will only play on the night that they choose. Games will not be rescheduled if a team cannot play. Scores and standings will be updated daily. The winner of each league will receive tee shirts.
At the end of the season, teams will automatically be seeded into a single elimination tournament. Tournament winners will receive awards.
What's the difference between "Recreational" and "Competitive?"
Recreation teams will officiate their own matches guided by pre-established rules. A court monitor will begin matches and collect game results.
Competitive teams will include a referee. The referee will begin the matches, officiate the games and record game results. If there are not enough competitive teams to form a league, teams will play in the recreational division. Please see the registration form for nights of league play.