Puget Sound Region Beach Volleyball Programs
Blue Royals offers Beach Teams, Clinics and Camps for Girls and Boys of all ages in Snohomish County. We accept partners of your choice or single players will be placed with a partner by coaches. Teams practice on T/Th evenings. Season length for most Teams is June to August. We also offer M/W Beach Clinics & Sat Camps. Clinics can be added to Team schedules to train 3-4 days per week. There is no better way to train for indoor volleyball, to enjoy the amazing summer vibe offered by beach playing, and to improve your volleyball IQ quickly. Contact us at (425) 583-3822. Players are highly encouraged to Register soon to reserve their spot, as space is limited. Click Here for More
The Dakine Warriors Winter and Summer Beach Club is stronger than ever! Dakine has it's own 5 court indoor/outdoor beach training facility in Tacoma, and we also train in the Summers at Alki Beach. Director Chris Hannemann is a former AVP Pro, and Seaside and Motherlode two time Men’s Open Champion. As Beach Director, Chris has created a program and system that is one of the best in the country! All the Dakine coaches are high level players and former/current pros! In 2020, Dakine Warriors Beach club was ranked #1 on the National BVCA Winter tour. Dakine currently has 20 beach athletes committed to play Collegiate volleyball! There is no better club to learn the Beach game than with our Dakine Warriors Ohana! Click Here for More
Kraken Beach is based out of the Central/South King County Parks. We have options to train once or twice a week and run through the summer. For additional information and registration details, check out our Kraken Beach webpage.
NW Juniors Beach Club is an AVP Academy Flagship Club just north of Woodinville, WA. AVP Academy is an elite beach training program that gives athletes direct instruction from professional coaches during practices but also utilizes an online training platform that all of our AVP Academy members can access from anywhere. All coaches are AVP certified coaches using the same training components that successful Olympic and Professional beach teams use. The online component allows players to watch instructional videos, ask questions, and study the game. There are also online sessions on injury prevention and nutrition. The Beach Club runs out of their own 6-court sand facility, Bottega Beach and has programs for players of all levels. For more information on the club and beach programming, head to www.nwvolleyball.com/beachclub
Thunder Elite is run by former UW Beach Assistant Coach, Jen Baklenko's awesome staff. The first club in the Seattle area to offer beach, we offer the highest level of training in our Region. After 8 years, we have trained players to play beach at UW, Stanford, Hawaii, Pepperdine, GCU, and others. All levels are welcome. Come train with us! Check out our Beach page on our Thunder Elite website.
OPVBC: Founded in 2007, OPVBC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to providing a program of excellence by uniting skilled coaches with committed athletes and supportive family members. In addition to the free outdoor clinics OP hosts each summer, in 2018 OPVBC will be offering a supplemental Beach season to its current 2018 indoor club members. OPVBC Beach trains at the newly renovated sand courts at Pendergast Park in Bremerton, and hosts two Juniors Doubles Grass tournaments each summer on the Kitsap Peninsula. OPVBC focuses on creating a competitive, accessible and well-rounded volleyball experience for its athletes. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Michelle Miller, Club Director, or visit our website at OPVBC.org
PSVBA has been servicing the Puget Sound Region for 29 years in developing elite volleyball athletes. PSVBA Beach provides a quality outdoor training program to complement club indoor players. Our program is designed to continue to provide a high level of technical coaching and repetitions with the focus on developing well rounded skilled players! Our players will improve ball control, jump higher, get quicker, and learn the intricate details of the growing sand volleyball game. For more details and information, please go to psvba.com
Puget Sound Region Beach Coordinator