The Volleyball England Referee range is available from KMD ltd. If you require a shirt that does not fit with the size guide shown please email email@example.com with your size requirements. The new shirt (both short and long sleeve are acceptable) is the uniform for Super League and Division 1 and all referees without a current shirt.
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Welcome to the Volleyball England referee membership page. Here you can learn how to register as a referee and find out the benefits of registering with Volleyball England. The membership package provides essential insurance, opportunities to officiate in national competitions, access to the refereeing conference, Hub support and much more.
In addition to a practical assessment, you should also have at least 2 years of experience as an NVL referee at the Grade 3N level. You should demonstrate a consistently high standard of officiating in National League Division 2 matches and Volleyball England recognized competitions.
Want to become a REFEREE? If you want to sit the new Volleyball England blended grade 4 referees course; only 3 x 2hr online sessions followed by a practical at the London U18 Men's Summer League, get in touch.
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Becoming a USA Volleyball Referee. To become a USA Volleyball certified referee, there are four core components that have to occur every year – membership, clinic, exam, and practical. Here is a general outline of the steps required to become a USAV certified referee: Become a member of the New England Region of USA Volleyball.
I want to: Play Indoors. Coach in New England. Register to Play. Referee. Full memberships renewal will begin September 1st Summer Memberships begin June 1st.
Volleyball England, the recognised national governing body for volleyball, beach volleyball and sitting volleyball in England specifies the following rules: An official volleyball court is 18 m × ...
As of Monday 19th July, England has proceeded to Step 4 of the lockdown roadmap (see above). This means we have moved from a position of requiring activity to follow our Government-approved volleyball-specific safety plans to recommending the community follows a smaller, yet still effective, set of safety mitigations to minimise the risk of transmitting Covid-19 between participants.