About sbvc

South Birmingham Volleyball Club offers the highest level of volleyball coaching in Birmingham. South Birmingham Volleyball Club is leeding volleyball community in Birmingham.


South Birmingham Volleyball Club


The SBVC club was established in Jan 2009, evolving from the debuted 2007 Rainbow sports club. As the club has grown the volleyball has also developed with teams rising up the league tables, becoming more and more successful. The club offers members a variety of opportunities to play and participate in volleyball, operating in both the summer outdoor and winter indoor seasons. This has allowed the club to offer members a chance to play court, beach or grass volleyball, for fun and at competitive levels. These playing opportunities allow the club to reach and cater for a larger percentage of the community, by providing short term (one day events), mid-term (one evening per week – pick-up (no commitment)), and long term (team participation and competitive performances).


Past season 2011-2012 was the most succesfull for SBVC in the club history. Debut in the National League Division 3 for both men and women. Womens team came 1st and mens team came 2nd and both teams advanced to the National League Division 2. Our mens and womens local teams both ended at the 2nd place in the West Midlands and on top of that we won West Midlands Ladies Cup.


At the end of 2014 season the University of Birmingham Women’s Div. 2 team joined Birmingham Volleyball Club and has provided opportunities for both National League teams to be training together and supporting each. This is providing developing players with the opportunity to train with more experienced players, and younger individuals to participate with more mature players. Operating as an umbrella club Birmingham Volleyball Club (BVC) houses the SBVC teams, University of Birmingham National volleyball team, West Midland’s teams making it possible to participate in multiple training and playing opportunities for players.


Currently SBVC has attendance and participation by a wide range of people from many different demographics. These include many European players from Spain, Poland, Italy,Lithuenia, Romania, Bulgaria,Greece, Cyprus, Iran, Afganistan, China, Hong Kong, Canada, America and UK participants (ranging from ages 14 to over 50).




Go Spike traning seasion are held on Mondays and Wednesdays at 19:00-21:00 at The Doug Ellis Sport Centre - City University North Sport Centre, 150 Wellhead Lane, Perry Barr, B42 2SY. We have plenty of space availlable to create a comfortable training environment for everyone. Experianced players are more then welcome to train with us and play in the leagues as well as less experianced players who want to actively spend their time by playing volleyball. Very few clubs in west midlands give an opportunity to train over the holliday period whereas SBVC has regular training seasion as well as taking part as a club in grass and beach tournaments.





Created by: Senior 01 / 2013