PVA was established in 2011. We offer competitive volleyball leagues May – October. PVA leadership includes three youth volleyball clubs in the Plano and Carrollton area. The majority of the teams that participate in PVA are formed from Junior Volleyball Clubs; therefore, we take a break from volleyball leagues during club season November-April.
What is the format of PVA Leagues?
PVA is a 6-week league. Five (5) weeks of competition where we try to schedule each team 2 matches each day of competition. The 6th week is a tournament that takes place on Saturday. Summer league matches take place on Friday evenings or Saturday mornings and the Fall league matches are on Monday evenings
What if my team has a conflict?
We accept conflict requests. It is okay if a team takes a week off or you can let us know “we cannot play on Fridays”. Scheduling requests should be submitted prior to the end of week 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Are the teams that compete in PVA ‘Club Teams’?
There are many teams where a majority of the players are club players and club teams. These teams would most likely play in ‘Division 1’. Many of the participating club put together ‘League Teams’ just for the 6-week league. This is a good opportunity to get to know the club and to work with their coaches.
My child wants to play but does not have a team, how can I find a team?
See our list of partner clubs. PVA does not place individuals on a team, but many of our partner clubs to have tryouts/evaluations and team placement.
I have a team, but I am not apart of a club, can my team play PVA?
Yes, we would love to have your team play. You do not have to be affiliated with a club to participate. When you register your team online, it will ask you for your ‘Club Name’, just submit your Team Name as your Club.
Can my son play in PVA league?
We allow boys to play PVA in 8th grade divisions and younger. For safety reasons, we do not permit boys to play in the High School division.