Schools Cup: One week to go, things you need to know!

Volleyball Victoria Schools Cup - Three Day event 

WHEN IS IT?

Friday 29 July, Saturday 30 July, and Sunday 31 July 

WHERE IS IT?

State Volleyball Centre at Dandenong Stadium

HOW DO I GET THERE?

The stadium is lcoated at 270 Stud Rd, Dandenong North. Entry from Stud Rd.
Public transport: the 901 bus stops stops on Stud Rd outside the stadium

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO COME AND WATCH?

Spectators: $3 day pass or $5 event pass (all three days).
These can purchased from the stadium reception during the event.

Volleyball Victoria will also be Live Streaming select finals matches - link to come. 

No entry fee for players, coaches, and support staff 

IS THERE FOOD AND DRINKS AVAILABLE?

Yes there is a kiosk and a canteen onsite offering a wide range of hot and cold food and beveridges.

CAN I BUY VOLLEYBALL MERCHANDISE?

Yes you can! Our friends at Australian Volleyball Warehouse will be set up with a pop up shop at the stadium for the entire event. They will have all your volleyball goods on hand including balls, kneepads, and clothing - including the 2016 event souvenir T-shirt.

WHAT TIME WILL GAMES START?

Match times displayed on the fixture are the earliest gauranteed start time however if earlier matches are delayed then the match warm-up will commence after the previous match has completed.
Fixtures can be found here

HOW DO I KNOW WHERE TO GO IN THE STADIUM?

We have put together a site map which you can find by clicking here!
Otherwise, see one of our event staff in the orange vests and they will be happy to help you out.

WILL THERE BE FIRST AID ON SITE?

Yes. Volleyball Victoria will have accreditated first aid officers on site at all times during the event. Please refer to the event site map for the first aid officer otherwise grab one of the event staff in the orange vests and they will help you out.

 

For more information please email events@volleyballvictoria.com.au 

 

The VVSC ‘Three Day Event’ is the largest event that Volleyball Victoria runs.  It is a Three-Day Schools Tournament involving over 25 different Victorian Schools and over 140 teams across up to 23 divisions.  Ages and Divisions include - U14, U15, U16, U17 and Open, broken up into Honours divisions, Division 1, and Division 2.  It takes place in July/August annually at the State Volleyball Centre and uses up to 17 courts over the three days.

 '2015 Most Outstanding Volleyball Event' - Awarded by Volleyball Australia 

 




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