The Farnborough Volleyball Club (FVC) indoor training sessions take place in Farnborough from September to May and outdoor sessions take place in Aldershot on grass from June to September. Please complete the online application form to try a session or join.

FVC Academy for Junior players (y7-U18):
-New player/beginner sessions are held 5.00-6.30pm on Tuesdays & 6.00-7.30pm on Fridays.
-Intermediate/advanced beginner session is held 6.30-8.00pm on Tuesdays.

-General training:
Normally held 8.00-10.00pm on Wednesdays (please check the calendar).
-FVC Squad Ladies Advanced team training (by coach invitation only):
Normally held 7.30-9.30pm on Fridays (please check the calendar).
-FVC Squad Men's Advanced team training (by coach invitation only):
Training held indoors 8.00-10.00pm on Mondays.

Summer outdoor sessions:
Held 6.00pm on Wednesdays & 2.00pm on Sundays.
All are welcome and there are no restrictions on age or ability.

About Farnborough Volleyball Club

Farnborough Volleyball Club (FVC) was founded in 1997 by a group of friends at DERA who started to play casually and got rather good at it, and founded the club to involve more people. The club’s emphasis is on improving your game, and competitive play, with teams in leagues and tournaments. They have 5 adult and 3 junior teams in the Berkshire Volleyball league and the Surrey Volleyball league. Their general training is also suitable for people who already play and want to improve their game. Friendly matches and sessions are organised where members can turn up and play.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
Please visit the website for current Membership fees.
Adults: First session free of charge to assess your level.
Juniors: due to capacity they are struggling to provide taster sessions.

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Indoor Training Venue & Matches
Samuel Cody Sports College
Chaucer Road
Hampshire GU14 8SS

Outdoor Venue (Summer)
Traction Athletic Club
Weybourne Road
Hampshire GU11 3NE

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