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Frequently Asked Questions

Club volleyball offers an opportunity for players and coaches who enjoy volleyball to participate in a quality program catering to various levels of play beyond the traditional school season.

QCVC offers Atomic development programs to boys and girls aged 9-12 years. Dependent on coaching, we offer multiple club teams for female athletes 13U-18U.

The tryout period is mandated by Sask Volleyball and can run for a few weeks. This process typically starts the middle of October, depending on age group. Players must sign up for their division according to birth year (not grade). Check the Teams page for more information on tryouts

Because QCVC is a non-profit organization, a lot of our coaches are parent volunteers. QCVC does not place athletes with parent-coaches, but rather parent-coaches with athletes post-evaluation. Therefore, we can’t advise which teams our coaches are with. All coaches are required to follow the Sask Volleyball Coaches’ Code of Conduct  and also submit a cleared criminal record check.

Like all competitive sports Club volleyball comes with a cost. At QCVC we include all Sask Cup tournaments, gym time, coaching and coaching development fee, team jersey, and team warm-up fee with our season fees. You can expect to pay $1500-$2500 depending on the tier and age group on team.

Additional fees depend on the individual teams. Depending on the team and the coaches, additional fees will vary. These additional fees are usually made up of extra tournament costs, extra gym time and extra training.

All travel and accommodation expenses for out of town tournaments (usually 2-3 per season) are the responsibility of the player or family.

QCVC does not offer group or individual fundraising options. Should a team or individual player desire to do fundraising it is entirely up to them.

Many players are able to play different sports (hockey, soccer, ringette, dance, cheer etc.) however there are things to consider when choosing to play multiple sports. These include schedule conflicts, with both practices and tournaments, dedication to sport and commitment to your team. Before choosing to join multiple sports, we recommend getting as much information about tournaments and practices from both teams to ensure conflict is minimized and development is maximized.

QCVC recommends you contact organizations such as Kidsport and Jumpstart for financial assistance. Contact us if you have applied for financial assistance and are waiting for a response so we are aware.

Any additional questions, please contact us so we can assist you.


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Queen City Volleyball Club is a competitive program dedicated to advancing the personal and athletic development of young women through the pursuit of excellence in volleyball, fostering a sense of community throughout the Club and promoting leadership in all Club members.

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