Intended for boys and girls
– born between January 1, 2007 and September 30, 2010
– with little or no prior experience in volleyball
Sunday September 23, 2018
10AM – 11:45AM
Centre William-Hingston, 419 rue Saint-Roch, Montréal (gymnasium location)
Tuesday September 25, 2018
6:15PM – 7:45PM
École Barclay, 7941 avenue Wiseman, Montréal (gymnasium location)
To sign up for a trial, send an email with the name and birthday of your daughter/son to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Discover the sport, the fun of the game, and its rules
– Master the basic volleyball techniques while enjoying and playing the game
– Develop one’s coordination and athletic abilities (as well as one’s confidence and desire to be active)
– Participate in different competitions including the Jeux de Montréal
September 23 – May 31
1 or 2 practices per week
- Tuesdays from 6:15PM – 7:45PM – École St-Gérard, 505 rue de liège Est, Montréal
- Sundays* from 10AM to 11:45AM – Centre William-Hingston, 419 rue Saint Roch, Montréal
*Except October 8, April 21, and May 19
Christmas Vacation from December 23 to January 5 ***No practice on December 23, return to practice on January 6***
Spring break: March 3-9
Children 10 years or older can sign up for 2 practices per week.
Please keep in mind that before 16 years old, children get more benefit from practicing multiple sports than from specialising in any single discipline. Many professional athletes have played at least two different sports at a high level.
$60/session (11 weeks) – 3 sessions:
- session 1: September 27 – December 1
- session 2: December 2 – March 9
- session 3: March 10 – May 31
$90/session (11 weeks) – 3 sessions:
- session 1: September 23 – December 15
- session 2: December 16 – March 23
- session 3: March 23 – June 16
Tuesday + Sunday Option (2x per week) for 10 years and older
$135/session (11 weeks) – 3 sessions
- 1 or 2 trainings per week
- Registration for tournaments
- Everton Volleyball training shirt
The Training Program
Everton has been offering minivolley since 2013. At the start, the program consisted of just 4 children in its first session. In 2017-2018, there were over 40 signed up.
During practices, coaches emphasize the development of fundamental volleyball movements (running, jumping, throwing, contacting the ball) and basic techniques (set, bump, serve, spike) and understanding of the game. As recommended by Volleyball Canada’s Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) strategy as well as the latest studies in physical litteracy, we favor above all the learning of fundamental physical abilities in an environment that encourages participants to persevere in sports.
Athletes 12 years and up
Athletes that excel in minivolley and/or have achieved a sufficient level of physical development will be invited to participate in the 13-14 year old girls/boys performance programs or the 13-16 year old mixed development program (depending on their level). The decision will be the responsibility of the two coaches (minivolley and 13+) and also based on the level of other participants.
Learning volleyball with a disability
We strive to be an inclusive club that welcomes players of all kinds. If your child wants to learn volleyball and has a disability, we’ll do whatever we can to accommodate them. Please send any questions you might have to email@example.com.