Ontario Volleyball does not administer recreational leagues.
Many existing community leagues throughout the province have become Recreational members of Ontario Volleyball. Similarly, Masters and Co-ed events, where they exist, are currently organized through local and community channels.
**Note: Registration for the 2012-13 Season does not open until September 7, 2012**
Option 1: Recreational Membership with Insurance
The Recreational Membership for the 2012/2013 volleyball season (September 1st 2012 - August 31, 2013) includes liability and sport insurance. The registration fee is $100 for the league, $75.11 for the league contact and $7.00 per person. Please be advised every player within the league must be registered in order for the insurance to be in effect. The league also has access to the online publication - Volleyball Source Magazine. Recreational members are not eligible to vote at Regional A.G.M.'s. If your league requires a certificate of insurance, please contact the
Registration is available online via the OVA website. To register your league click here to visit the National Registration System. Online registration assistance is available in the Registration section of the website.
Option 2: Recreational Membership without Insurance
This new OVA Recreational Membership allows recreational leagues to become Associate Members of Ontario Volleyball, but does not include insurance. This Recreational Membership will allow league participants to access the online publication - Volleyball Source Magazine. The registration fee is $2.50 per player, including the league contact. Associate Membership can be purchased online at https://secure.ontariovolleyball.org/registration.asp. Online registration assistance is available in the Registration section of the website.
If you are interested in joining a recreational league contact your local community centre or Parks and Recreation Department directly, as each will run independent volleyball programming. A further source for this type of information are local newspapers and, of course, word-of-mouth. Most leagues will run concurrently with the school year.
For further information contact the