FAQ

What is club volleyball?

Club volleyball is regionally organized training programs for athletes interested in obtaining training and competition in volleyball. Female athletes participate after school volleyball season and compete against other club programs. Club volleyball will help the athlete to accomplish their goals, ranging from making the middle school team through playing in college.

How much does it cost to join?

Fees for the seasons will be announced at our tryout sessions.

Do you offer sibling discounts?

Yes ,  we are happy to offer your family a discount for multiple players.  Please email jeanne.clubgeenvolleyball@gmail.com for information.

What does this cover?

Dues pay for: tournament entry fees, gym rental, coaches’ salaries, insurance, uniforms, equipment and administrative cost. This does not cover travel expenses that players incur.

Where do your teams play?

Teams will be playing at the local SCVA Tournaments, The Southern California Junior National Qualifier. Optional end of the season tournaments will be the Summer Soiree, the Junior Nationals, or the AAU Junior National Volleyball Championships.

How do players get to events?

Families are responsible for getting their daughters to events. Players and families frequently carpool to the local events. If we go to a non local tournament, we will arrange and offer travel packages to players and families.

Where do you practice?

We will be practicing in local gyms in the Whittier Area. Practices are tentatively scheduled for St. Paul High School, Whittier Church of Christ, and The Gym at the Park in La Habra Heights. Future sites will be announced when needed.

When do you practice?

Practices are usually held weeknights between the hours of 5:00pm and 9:00pm (5–7pm & 7–9pm). Teams may also practice Saturday and Sundays depending on availability of the Gyms. A practice schedule is posted monthly on our website. Verify practice times with your coaches.

How do you get place on a team?

Try Outs are held in October and November. Players are chosen and placed on teams at tryouts based on a variety of attributes including athletic ability and attitude.

Will there be a parent meeting at the tryout?

Yes, we will have approximately a 15 minute parent meeting to go over the policies of Club Green and welcome any of your questions.

What if we do not want this structured of a program?

We have training teams and clinics available throughout the year. Private lessons are also available through Club Green coaches and clinicians.

How often do you practice?

Teams practice a minimum of twice a week. On occasion, a team may practice three times weekly.

How long is the season?

Depending on the team. Teams start practice in December. Some teams will finish in May after regionals. Some will finish at the end of June. For those teams participating in the post season tournaments, they will end in the first week of July.

Do all players play equally?

No. While every player will get opportunities to play at every tournament, the specific amount of playing time is at the coach’s discretion and will not be equal for all players. Players earn playing time through game situations and practice. Every player will get the same opportunities in practice to earn playing time.

Do you have information on how to get a college scholarship?

Resources are available on our website. Please refer to info/recruiting.

How many players are on a team?

Between 9–12.

Can my player be involved in multiply sports?

Yes, they can play other sports. If your player has to miss a practice then she is welcome to makeup at another team’s practice. This must me arranged with her coach.

I want my daughter to play for Club Green, but my daughter wants to play with her friends at another club.  What advice can I give her?

Encourage your daughter to bring her friends to our clinics or practices and meet our coaches. Once they see their improvement and the friendliness of the club they will want to switch over. As a parent, you are ultimately the final decision maker to find the best fit for your daughter.

What age group should I play in?

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Players may “play up” a division depending on their skill level.

How can I find out more information about your club?

A variety of information is available at our club’s website at: www.clubgreenvolleyball.com

Players and families can also contact Club Director Krystal Lee 626 378 1745 or  Norm Lee 626 272 4831 for additional information.

The Southern California Volleyball Association website is www.scvavolleyball.org.

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