Outdoor, Indoor & USAV Volleyball in Frederick, Maryland and surrounding areas
Info on USAV, volleyball leagues and tournaments, king- and queen-of-the-grass, drop-in and pickup play in Frederick, Maryland and nearby.
www.frederickvolleyball.com is a website created with the vision of having one place to visit on the web for everything volleyball in Frederick and surrounding areas. Put together through a collaborative effort you can find information here on the Frederick area adult and juniors USAV club known as FVBC to local leagues and pick-up games.
Every Monday Night at 7:00 pm at the Frederick Armory (also known as the "William R. Talley Recreation Center), there is pickup play for indoor volleyball. You can opt for a quarterly "gym only" pass or get a yearly membership. Levels vary, generally there are 2-3 nets set up. Call the front desk for more details at 301-600-1492.
>> Directions to the Armory (William Talley Rec Center)
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We need guys for our D2 coed spring team - a couple of our regulars from seasons past have moved away :(
(if you're not familiar with the frederick rec league, we play at the william talley rec center on bentz st on sunday evenings. times tbd after all rosters and leagues have been finalized).
Shoot me an email if you're interested: email@example.com
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