Volleyball

Volleyball is the founding sport of the FVV and still one of the largest divisions. As a team sport, we are always happy to welcome new players. In the FVV, we play volleyball at different levels, from recreational sports to league participation – we are happy to help those interested to find suitable dates according to the level of play.

ScheduleParticipationEquipmentCostsTrainingLeague teamsTournaments

There is no play/training sessions in the sports halls on public holidays and during school holidays. Depending on availability, the division will organize beach volleyball courts and/or sports halls for the holidays.

Open play — Is currently not taking place!!!

Wednesday, 20:20 – 22:00
POC: Don

Goethe-Gymnasium (upper sports hall)
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 24, 60325 Frankfurt
(access via Erlenstraße)

Public transport: Tram 16 and 17 to “Hohenstauffenstraße” stop.

Open play – without training for advanced levels (A, B and C)

Monday, 19:00 – 22:00
POC: Don

Helmholtz-Gymnasium (sports hall)
Habsburgerallee 57-59, 60385 Frankfurt
(entrance to the hall is in the courtyard behind the school, down the stairs)

Public transport: U7 to station “Habsburgerallee”.

Training League Team Level C “Galaxy” & Basic Training

Thursday, 19:00 – 22:00
Coaches: Erik and Robert

Sports hall IGS 15 (Area of Karl-Oppermann-Schule),
Gotenstraße 38, 65929 Frankfurt
ÖPNV: S-Bahn S1 and S2 to station “Höchst Bahnhof”, from there 10 minutes walk into direction hospotal Klinikum Höchst. Parking spaces are available in the school yard.

Training League Team Level A/B+ “Mainpower” & “United” (Level Bezirksliga+) 

Tuesday, 19:00 – 22:00
POC: Georg

Sports hall of the branch of the Berta-Jourdan-Schule
(formerly Glauburgschule)
Lenaustrasse 64-68, 60318 Frankfurt, Germany
(Entrance to the hall in Lenaustraße)

Public transport: U5 direction “Preungesheim”, stop “Glauburgstraße” or tram 12 and 18, as well as bus 30, stop “Rohrbachstraße / Friedberger Landstraße”.

Attendance in the different training sessions depends on the playing level (strength) of the individual FVV member. The trainers and session POCs will work with you to find the training sessions best suited for you. Basically, anyone who likes to play volleyball, can play as part of a team, and who has a feel for the ball is welcome to come and play with us.

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Sports clothing (shorts and T-shirt), sports shoes designed for inside “gym play” are required (no street shoes). Knee protectors are recommended. Nets and balls are provided by FVV. Good spirits and a love of the game also help immensely! Before playing/training, please remove all types of jewelry: this minimizes the risk of injury.

The basic fee covers all hall and coach costs. The club also provides balls. Before we approach you about membership, you can participate three times without obligation and just try it out. In addition to the affordable membership fee, there are also reduced fees, e.g. for students, and also temporary memberships. Furthermore, as a member you can also participate in all other surcharge-free sports of the club.

League team members and fun tournament players pay their travel costs and team uniforms themselves. FVV pays the participation fees for the league tournaments.

Training is offered – for dates and sessions see “schedule”.

Members of the league teams travel to and play in the schwul-lesbische Volleyball Liga e.V. league tournaments.

We offer volleyball as part of the annual FVV XMAS Tournament and we offer also interested players the opportunity to play in fun tournaments of associated clubs in/outside Germany.

Contact

volleyball@fvv.org
Head of division: Georg
Tel.: +49 (0) 178 21 12 295