For over 30 years, the Community Bible Church Summer Volleyball League has been a local favorite for teenagers in the Greater Vallejo area. It is an outreach event designed to introduce students to the good news of Christianity and the sport of Volleyball. Bible-based gospel messages will be presented at practices and tournament nights. Games take place at various locations in the Vallejo area, to be announced.
- Boys and girls are both welcome in this co-ed tournament.
- Minimum age: 12 years old AND completed 7th grade.
- Maximum age: 18 years old who have just graduated.
- $25 per player (one student households)
- $5 off per person in households of two or more players. To get this discount you must register all students in the same online registration session.
Wardlaw Elementary School
1698 Oakwood Avenue
On Friday nights, the field is open as early as 5:30 PM but the first match doesn’t start until 6:00 PM.
- Friday, June 4
- Friday, June 11
- Friday, June 18
- Friday, June 25, followed by Ice-Cream Social at CBC
- Friday, July 2
- Friday, July 9
- SUMMER CAMP: July 11-17 (No volleyball)
- Friday, July 23 – MOVIE NIGHT
- Saturday, July 31rd: Finals/Championships 8am-4pm
Students may purchase optional team t-shirts at a price of $15-$18 (price varies per team).
Each team will practice once a week (usually Wednesdays) at a specified time and location. Coaches will inform parents via letter of practice times and locations. Students must participate in weekly practices to play on Fridays, unless they have an excused absence.
Health and Safety
In order to participate in the tournament each player must submit a waiver completed by their parent or guardian. Additionally we will be implementing some COVID protocols based on CDC guidelines. This will include things such as: having a medical director on site; pre-screening of all attendees questioning them about COVID exposure and/or symptoms, and taking temperatures; sanitation of equipment as well as hand sanitizer for participants; masks and distancing for those on the sidelines. These protocols may be updated during the course of the season to keep up with the most current CDC/ CA Public Health guidelines.