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By Kortney Kimura 03/22/2023, 12:45pm EDT

Hi Everyone,

We would love for you to fill out this survey to help us in running 575 Volleyball!  It will only take a few minutes and can be done anonymously besides entering which team you are on. 

National Teams Survey
Regional Teams Survey
Local Teams Survey

Don't forget that we have our grass tournament on April 8th.  Get a team and sign up here.  It will be a fun day of volleyball with many coaches and the directors.

Thank you, 575 Volleyball

Register for our April 8th 4v4 Grass Tournament Today!

By Jeff Black 03/16/2023, 9:15am EDT

We are hosting 3 grass tournaments at Etowah River Park in Canton!
- April 8th
- May 28th
- July 1st

Grass volleyball you say, what's that!? Grass volleyball is the most popular format that adults play, especially in the southeast. 

Players enjoy grass volleyball because it's outside, more forgiving to dive on, and in a 4v4 format everyone plays all the time! (there is no sitting the bench or waiting to rotate in)

How to make a team: Ask your friends, get 4 people together, and register to play!! It doesn't matter what club you play for, anyone can register, and you can play with players from different clubs!!

It's also a better experience than indoor for the parents. There are no whistles, no entry fees, and you're welcome to bring food and coolers!

Click here for more info
Register by March 18th and receive 25% off using discount code: earlybird

Please reach out to with any questions!

Player Safety - VERY IMPORTANT

By jJeff Black 03/02/2023, 1:00pm EST

This article is very important for ALL parents to read for the safety of their children. While your daughter may not be on a travel team this year it is important to know and for possible future travel teams your daughter may play on.

We had a situation this past weekend in Orlando that put all of our players staying at the hotel at risk of something terrible happening.

The main reason this occurred is because of Snapchat. (a social media app).  Snapchat has a feature called SnapMap, which allows users to see each other's locations in real time.

Players on one of our teams exchanged their Snapchats with several teen boys that were staying at our hotel. Since the boys could see their location, they were able to find out what room the girls were staying in, and came knocking on their door past curfew.

Thankfully one of our directors intervened, and nothing ended up happening, but it could have been a lot worse.

Below is a good article to better educate you on SnapChat, and why we highly recommend not allowing your kids to use the app.

Click here to read a good article with more info

This situation will never happen in our club again, and if it does, everyone who is involved will be removed from the club and never allowed to participate in 575 Volleyball programs again.

Thank you for taking the time to read this article and helping keep your children safe.