Spikezone is Volleyball Australia’s modified version of Volleyball and beach volleyball designed especially to increase participation opportunities for primary and early secondary school students aged between 8 and 13 years.
The goal of Spikezone is to grow the sport of Volleyball nationally within schools, therefore enabling more children to experience the sport and provide the foundation to continue Australia’s success on the world stage.
The Spikezone program is designed for children where they can learn and play volleyball in a fun, game orientated learning environment.
It is a great group activity for kids and all their friends.
To achieve this, the Spikezone Program is divided into 2 separate but complementary components.
The ‘Learn to Play’ component of Spikezone is a series of skill and game-related coaching sessions designed to introduce players to Volleyball in a fun and active way. Courses are conducted by accredited Volleyball Australia coaches over a 6-8 week period at local venues and schools.
Start your Volleyball journey with Spikezone ‘Learn To Play’! – Click for more on ‘Learn to Play’
‘Spikezone Play’ challenges players to take their game to the next level! Players form teams and test their new skills against others in weekly competitions in their local area.
Take your game to the next level with ‘Spikezone Play’! – Click for more about ‘Spikezone Play’
Like Volleyball, Spikezone is about getting the ball over the net in three hits or less and winning the rally because:
The modifications for Spikezone that are different from Volleyball include:
The successful running of Spikezone programs requires a cooperative effort between parents, school teachers, Spikezone program providers, coaches, volleyball clubs, state Volleyball associations and of course the kids themselves.