Beach volleyball is an Olympic ball game. Two teams, standing on either side of the net, try to land the ball on the opposing team's side of the net. This scores you points. It is a variation on indoor volleyball, with a number of differences and, as the name implies, beach volleyball is played on sand – on the beach, for example. Another difference is that it is played in teams of two.

Safety measures coronavirus

  • Adhere to the RIVM guidelines.
  • Keep 1.5 meters distance from one another, except during team and contact sports.
  • Any symptoms: stay at home and get tested.
  • Good hygiene remains important.
  • Make sure you have your Campus Card/X card with you if you take part in activities that fall under your X subscription.

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From April to October, you can play beach volleyball without a coach or trainer on one of X's four outdoor beach volleyball courts. Please make a reservation via the webshop. A maximum of 4 persons can play on 1 beach volleyball field.

Rates

You need an X subscription to be able to reserve a field.

Practical Information

All levels
Unsupervised practise - please reserve a field beforehand
You play beach volleyball on bare feet, so you do not need shoes. You will need comfortable sports clothing and a water bottle, and possibly sunglasses and sunscreen. Due to the measures, we ask you to bring your own volleyball.

D.S.V.B. Shot provides beach volleyball training in collaboration with X. From the end of April, you can participate in around 10 (weekly) training sessions, which you can sign up for with D.S.B.V. Shot. You do not need to be a member to join in the sessions. You enrol for training individually; you do not need to find you own team to take part in training sessions. 

Depending on your indoor and/or beach volleyball experience, you will be allocated a group at your own level. This will be your training group for the entire period. The training sessions will be geared to your level as much as possible. This means that less experienced groups will chiefly work on the basic skills and rules, while more experienced groups will spend more attention on various tactics.

Every training session starts with a warm-up, followed by a number of exercises for practising a certain skill or tactic. The sessions end with drills and/or practice games.

Rates

You need a valid X year subscription and association membership to participate.

X subscription

Practical Information

All levels
Association training

You play beach volleyball on bare feet, so you do not need shoes. You will need comfortable sports clothing and a water bottle, and possibly sunglasses and sunscreen.