AZ Youth Volleyball - New Ownership

Az Youth Volleyball is now under new ownership and is no longer Az Youth Volleyball. The league name is now Play Right Volleyball and there website is . AZYV will conclude with its Fall Season playoffs next Saturday November 15 in Tolleson. Az Youth Volleyball would like to thank the thousands of players/coaches and parents that has supported league over the last 4 years. Thanks to Coach Jimmy for his numerous Venom now Emerge teams as well as spreading word around to help the league grow. Thanks to Cheetahs and Storm as well as Coach Delores team's for playing their teams year round in the league and really elevating the leagues competition. Special thanks to the All Stars who played in every season since the league started and to our original All Star players/parents who have been here since day 1(Coach Sarah and Mike, McKenna, Coach Sonia and Vanessa). Thanks also to Coach K and Nathan for taking over Az youth Voleyball(Play Right Volleyball), the leagues future is in very good hands and will continue to grow around valley with both club teams and recreational level competition. Althouh there are too many players and people to name who help Az Youth grow into one of the best leagues for volleyball developmental in the state, I will name a few who the league owes a special thanks to: McKenna, Vanessa, Mersedes, Jasmine, Brianna, Nia, Nadia, Arianna, Rosi, CC, Elisia, Jessia, Gloria, Claudia. Also special thanks to Bernice and her Renegade team. Last but not least, Steve Jones of SJS sports who supplied the league with all of our referees who are some of the top referre/officials in the state. Steve was very instrumental in developing the league from a base recreation league into a very competitive developmental league.


Mike and Isabel

Az Youth Volleyball

Here are few answers to some of the most asked questions!

My child has never played volleyball, will he or she be able to play in league?

Yes. AZYV has created a Silver division for players that are beginners and/or just at early stages of playing volleyball.

Where are practices and games and how many days of week does team practice?

AZYV has players from all over West/Central and parts of East Valley and we do our best to keep players practices in general area in which child lives. Games for Spring Season will be played in locations in Tolleson,Peoria/Glendale area and Goodyear for West Valley. For Central/East Valley games will be in Central and East Phoenix and possibly Tempe depending on number of teams from that area. Practice days and times are determined by coaches. Generally teams practice 2 time per week usually in the 5:30 to 7:00pm range. Practices may be held outdoors for some teams. Teams that wish to practice indoors must pay a gym cost(gym cost vary depending on location).


How are players placed on teams and/or how do I get my child on a advanced team?

Teams are created by area in which child lives. AZYV first two weeks of season are scrimmage games and determines what division the team should play in for season. If a player is at more advanced skill level than most of other players on team, that player most likely will be moved up to a higher division.

My child has friends and/or family members that also want to play. Can they be placed on same team?

Yes. Players that want to play on same team will be placed together on team

Is the league a competitive league?

Yes. AZYV is a developmental league, however, the league uses certified referees that will call %90 of rules that are used for high school, even for silver division. The goal of league is to get players to learn the game the correct way as well as help build their skill level for advancement. All divisions have playoffs!

Can I bring my own team and wear our team jerseys in the league?

Yes, the league does offer team rates and teams jersey can be worn in league as long as it doesnt have another leagues logo on it. Coaches bringing their own team must play scrimmage games to determine which division they will play.

Will our team travel all over valley for games every week?

No. Teams in west valley generally play teams from west valley and the same goes for teams in central and east valley, however, there may be a time where a team from west valley goes to central phoenix to play a game there and vice versa. There are some new areas that the league has just expanded to where they may be a little travel until we get more teams estblished in those areas

What is age level for league?

2nd grade - High School


Volleyball League

The AZ Youth Volleyball League is a developmental volleyball league based out of the west valley. AZYVL offers boys,girls and coed teams. The AZYVL is a developmental league that helps kids advance in their performance. Wether they have been playing for a while or just starting out. We are a year round league only focused on volleyball skill, performance, and training. Our coaches make sure they are teaching their players positive work ethic on and off the court. There a few ways to get signed up, online or at one of our sign up locations. This information can be found here on our website. AZYVL also allows coaches/schools to bring their own teams and wear thier own uniforms if desired. Our grade levels range from 2nd Grade-High School. The league will consits of players from through out the west valley. We are looking to expand to the Central and East Valley this Spring.


League Registration: $105

Bring Your Own Team : $550 PER TEAM

Multi-Team discount available

Contact Us

Kevyn Lowell

League Director





Boys Teams

Volleyball has long been a sport around the world that has been played by males. Even Wilt Chamberlain, an NBA Hall Of Famer, was a star Volleyball player in college, but with the more popular sports like football,basketball and soccer, volleyball gets overlooked or isnt viewed as a male sport. In fact, more and more basketball,football and baseball coahes are encouraging their kids to play volleyball because it greatly increases a players jump, timing as well as hand eye coordination. Since the recent success of the USA Team in volleyball there has been a huge increase nationwide of boys signing up to play volleyball both at recreational as well as club level. Volleyball is a great fast paced game that kids definitely enjoy playing and is a sport kids can benifit from.



As with most youth sports leagues, volunteers are what makes leagues grow and become succesful. Volunteers are a vital part of many sports leagues around the country and without them most youth leagues would not exist. AZ Youth Volleball is a community based league that will need assistance in several area such as coaching, line judges and scorekeeping. AZYV is a developmental league so some knowledge of the game is benificial, parents that want to coach but have liitle or no knowledge of game will be trained on basics by one of our staff. Coaching is a rewarding experience that has positive impact on many of the kids. If interested in volunteering of any kind including team manager please specify on registration at time ofsign up.


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