The British Volleyball Federation is the national governing body for all volleyball disciplines in the UK. The BVF acts as a conduit for the home nations (Volleyball England, Scottish Volleyball Association, Volleyball Wales and Northern Ireland Volleyball) to lobby for funding from the UK’s key government agencies to help athletes compete in elite competitions.
The NVL is the top volleyball competition in England for clubs. The League comprises National Super League, National Division 1, National Division 2 and 3 National Division 3 Leagues for both Men and Women.
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In the UK, the Amateur Volleyball Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was first formed in 1955. At the London 2012 Olympic Games, Team GB was represented in both men’s and women’s indoor volleyball.
Clubs and event organisers consult members or participants on the regularity of ball cleaning. For context, at Volleyball England competitions we intend to clean volleyballs between games. Training and warm-up activities are designed to limit face to face-to-face proximity of less than one-metre for more than three seconds at a time.
Volleyball England is the national governing body for indoor volleyball, sitting volleyball and beach volleyball in England. It selects the national teams and coordinates several national competitions, including the National Volleyball League, National Cup, Student Cup and Sitting Volleyball competitions. For beach volleyball it partners with the UK Beach Tour to deliver tournaments across the UK and a national ranking system for players. Volleyball England also coordinates national junior devel
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The English Men's Volleyball League is the major volleyball national competition for men in England, established in 1977. It is organised by the English Volleyball Association (EVA).
The British Volleyball Federation (BVF) is the national sports governing for volleyball participation in the UK. It is a Home Nations federation of Volleyball England, Volleyball Wales, Scottish Volleyball and Northern Ireland Volleyball. It lobbies the UK government for funding to help elite volleyball athletes compete internationally.
The Great Britain men's national volleyball team is the team representing Great Britain in volleyball competitions. The Great Britain Volleyball programme team was resumed in 2006 following an agreement of the FIVB to permit the separate Home Nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to compete together for the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics.