Volleyball Australia is pleased to announce that Scape Student Living has been confirmed as the Presenting Partner of the Australian Volleyball Super League. Scape is a long term supporter of … Continued
The fixture for the Australian Volleyball Super League has been released, confirming that the new-look competition will launch with a blockbuster match-up in Queensland on Saturday, 12 August, leading into … Continued
The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships will be staged in Australia for the first time in 2025, with Adelaide announced as the host city earlier today. The World Championships will … Continued
It is with great pleasure that Volleyball Queensland announces its newest affiliate, Brisbane Slavic United Volleyball Club.
It is with great pleasure that Volleyball Queensland announces its newest affiliate, Northern Monsoons Volleyball Inc. We look forward to working with the club and its members and invite the wider VQ community to make them feel welcome.
It is with great pleasure that Volleyball Queensland announces its newest affiliate, South East Sharks Volleyball Club.
Each year, VQ plays host to volleyball associations and clubs from across QLD as they battle it out for the most prestigious volleyball trophy in the state. Despite operating under Covid-safe measures, this year was no different. In fact, it was bigger and better than ever before, with a record 108 teams competing for top honours.
The Australian Volleyball Academy (AVA) is proud to announce that Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) athlete William D’Arcy will be joining its 2021 athlete cohort.
Stay up-to-date with Volleyball Queensland’s evolving calendar of events in response to the latest government advice and guidance to further limit the spread of Covid-19.
Earlier this month, the Queensland Government published its ‘Roadmap to easing Queensland’s (COVID-19) restrictions’ which included advice of when sports may be able to return to training and playing. This update outlines what it means for volleyball.