A complex game of simple skills and constant motion

Volleyball

Volleyball is a team sport in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court under organised rules.

It has been a part of the official programme of the Summer Olympic Games since Tokyo 1964.

Played by millions across the world, and with over 200 member National Federations, Volleyball truly is one of the globe’s biggest sports.

Volleyball
The phenomenon continuing to amaze in the world’s most iconic locations

Beach Volleyball

Beach Volleyball is a mainly outdoor sand-based court sport played between two teams of two players. The aim of the game is to hit a ball over a net and make it land in the opposition’s half, or so that the opponent cannot send it back within the allocated three touches.

It became an Olympic sport in Atlanta 1996, after a successful demonstration event was held in 1992 at the Barcelona Olympics.

Beach Volleyball’s popularity has rocketed since with millions of people playing the sport on a weekly basis and major events taking place in some of the world’s most iconic locations regularly.

Beach Volleyball
New, fresh, and the future of winter team sports

Snow Volleyball

Snow Volleyball is a winter team sport played by two teams of three players on a snow court divided by a net. The objective of each team is to score points by sending a ball over the net to ground it on the opponent’s court, and to prevent the same effort by the opponent.

The first European Championship was held in 2018 in Wagrain-Kleinarl and Flachau, Austria after a number of successful European Tours.

Whilst it is still fairly new to the mountains, Snow Volleyball has been gaining momentum and attention across the globe.

Snow Volleyball