2020/21 Competitive Teams Program
NOW ACCEPTING ATHLETE APPLICATIONS!!
Interested in joining one of our club teams? Returning un-signed athletes and new athletes looking to join an FCVC team can click the information button below to access updates on:
- list of 2020/21 Competitive Teams roster spots availability
- athlete application process and link to the e-submission form
- Sept 21-24 athlete evaluation sessions schedule by age division and team
- athlete and parent COVID-19 protocols for evaluation sessions
WHO WE ARE
FCVC is the longest-running and most successful youth volleyball club in London, Ontario, Canada. In operation for more than twenty-five years, the club has trained nearly 2,000 young London-area athletes, with more than 300 going on to play at the college and university level.
Our Developmental Pathway starts athletes as young as 4-8 years old in our Mini-Acorn program, where physical literacy is explored in a safe and fun environment. From age 9-14, boys and girls participate in our hugely popular Acorn program, developing volleyball skills in a fun and fast-paced ninety-minute program of skills and scrimmage.
When they're ready to take the next step, athletes can try out for one of our FCVC Competitive teams, which are run for boys and girls from grade 6 through 12. Our competitive teams have had great success over a quarter century, winning multiple provincial and national championships.
Boys & Girls | Ages 4-8
Developing physical literacy through volleyball. Start your journey to volleyball-for-life with our introductory program.
Boys & Girls | Ages 9-14
Continue skill development. Program combining skills and scrimmage.
Boys & Girls | Ages 11-18
Ready to put on a uniform and compete? Come try-out for an FCVC competitive team where fun and excellence are the goal.
NEWS AND NOTES
Attention all members! In light of recent events regarding COVID-19 (“Coronovirus”), Forest City Volleyball Club has decided to suspend the current season until further notice for the safety of all athletes, coaches, volunteers and families. This includes competitive team practices, … Read More