What is Spikezone?
Spikezone is a modified game of mini-volleyball developed by the Australian Volleyball Federation specifically for kids in upper Primary School.
For kids aged 8 - 13 years.
The spikezone version of the game incorporates the following modified aspects:
How does it work?
Brisbane Volleyball Club offers Spikezone programs for junior players on a weekly basis. The programs will run similar to our Junior Training Squad program, but using the modified 'Spikezone' version of Volleyball.
Our coaches will guide players through the basic skills of volleyball in a game environment to ensure they enjoy playing the game at a young age. As our players get older and start to get a grip on the basic volleyball skills, they have to option to move into our Junior Training Squad program (High School students) and/trial for our Junior club teams.
Why Volleyball, Why Spikezone?
- Open to Boys and Girls
- Learn to play in a team environment
- Played all year round
- No equipment/uniform
- Played indoors
When and Where?
We run Spikezone programs at two venues;
Clayfield - 683 Sandgate Road, Clayfield (Venue Information),
The Gap SHS - 1020 Waterworks Road, The Gap
For dates that Spikezone runs for each term, please see the link below;
How much does it cost?
Each term of the Spikesone program is $90 to register, with the benefit of
- No uniform costs
- No equipment costs
- No membership costs
How to Join?
Players can sign up to Spikezone on a term by term basis, depending on their availbility throughout the year. To register for Spikezone please complete the registration form below.
If you have any questions about the program, please email our program manager prior to submitting a Registration Form.