Winter Co-ed Reverse 4s League

Jan 19
Apr 13, 2022
January 19, 2022

Teams are to be composed of at least one player of each gender. You must have a player of each gender on the playing surface at all times.

Here we go! Our most popular league is ready for registration. This league is built for players of all levels! Our 4 pool structure allows players to find a perfect level they can compete at.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to head to our contact page and send us a message! Don't forget to follow us on social media! 

See you on the court!

COVID-19: At this time, there are no modifications to the gameplay surrounding COVID-19. Please avoid giving high-fives to other teams ("air-fives" are strongly encouraged!) and avoid contact when possible. Masks are required in the hallways, common areas, and off court but can be removed when playing. If you are feeling unwell, have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past two weeks, or have travelled outside of the country, please do not attend program until you are clear to return.

Vaccine Status: In compliance with the PHO effective September 13, 2021, all adults (19+ years) need to be prepared to show your proof of vaccination status when attending our facilities.

(No leagues on March 9)

These are no ordinary 4s matches. If you're looking for a competitive, fast-paced and intense volleyball league that runs on Wednesday nights during the fall and winter - we've got your back. Small-sided volleyball games are battled, players bouncing and running up and down the court at a lightning pace. Sounds like fun right?

In addition to standard court volleyball rules, the following rules apply to Reverse 4s:

  1. Men must attack from behind the attack/3 meter line.
  2. Men may only block against men.
  3. No open-handed tips (roll shots, “pokeys”, etc. are allowed)
  4. No setting the ball across the net.
  5. For men, the VB must cross one line, besides the net, if one is inside the 3 meter line (no inside to inside play)
  6. Males are allowed to attack overbump passes from within the attack line area, if they occurred on the first or second contact by the opposing team.
  7. Any discrepancies, just re-serve.
  8. Call out the score prior to each serve.

    Ceiling/Roof Play Rule:
    If the ball contacts the ceiling in the playing area and within your own side of the court, it remains in play.  If the ball contacts the ceiling out of bounds or ends on the opponent’s side of play, it is considered out of bounds/loss of point.

    *This rule does not include the basketball hoops above the court of play. Contact with the basketball hoops above the court of play is a dead ball.

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Jan 19, 2022
Apr 13, 2022
6:30pm - 10:30pm
Per Person
Colquitz Middle School
505 Dumeresq St, Victoria, BC V8Z 1X2
Gordon Head Middle School
1671 Kenmore Rd, Victoria, BC V8N 4M8