This is a casual and recreational event. All levels are welcome as long as you're respectful of others and here to have fun!
Keep reading if you're new to the group or into the fine print!
Members: All participants must either be a registered meetup.com member and Philadelphia Volleyball Meetup member, or a guest of said member.
Membership: $5 for a season for every event participant (including guests). Good for Temple and Drexel games from March to November. Bring exact change or pay via PayPal link under Membership link on homepage. Current students are exempt from paying membership when playing on their respective home courts.
RSVP: Required due to player cap. Chronic no-shows will be removed from the Meetup group. Insufficient RSVPs could result in event cancellation.
Skills: All skill levels welcome unless otherwise specified.
Court: Outdoor sand courts.
Teams: We play up to 6 players +2 alts on one side.
Respect: Please be respectful of other players. If this is a recurring problem you'll be asked to leave the event.
To play volleyball in the Philadelphia area, and meet other volleyball players. All skill levels are welcome!
We play outdoors in the warmer months (April - October) in organized meetups. We play beach volleyball at the Drexel and Temple University Sand Courts and at grass courts throughout the area. During the winter months we have partnered with some of the indoor games around the area. We are always looking for new places to have organized meetups so if you know of a place, please let the Organizers know.
Note: To play in our outdoor meetups you must be a registered meetup.com member, have joined the Philadelphia Volleyball meetup group, and have paid the $5 membership fee. Indoor meetups might have additional game fees.
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