Tertiary Social Competition
Unipol Recreation Centre runs a Social Volleyball Competition for University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic – students, staff and their whanau’s. This is run via the Recreation Services at the University of Otago.
For further information click on this link – https://www.otago.ac.nz/recreation/sport/social-sport/volleyball.html
Unipol also offers a drop-in and play approach for their members.
Scorpions Volleyball Club facilitates a social volleyball league for the wider Dunedin community. The league runs on a Monday night, from 7-9pm, at Otago Boys High School and St Hilda’s Collegiate School gymnasiums.
If you are interested in joining or registering a team for the social competition, please contact us via facebook, or email us at: email@example.com
More information on their website – https://www.scorpionsvolleyball.club/sociavolleyball
Volleyball Otago – Open Competitive League
Volleyball Otago offers a competitive league for players wanting to play competitive volleyball but not play in the more serious Southern League or Volleyball NZ tournaments. These leagues are run throughout the year and generally run for 10 weeks at a time. Currently there’s a Woman’s and Men’s competition and at the penultimate end of the 10 weeks – semi-finals and a final.
This is a fantastic league to keep the volleyball skills alive and further improve with consistency of game time on the court. There are typically 16 teams competing, even in the depths of Dunedin’s winter.
If there is enough interest we hope to also add a Co-ed competition alongside the Men’s and Woman’s in 2021.
If you wish to learn more how you can participate, if you are looking for a team we can help or if you have a team email firstname.lastname@example.org
Club – Scorpian Volleyball Club
Established in the mid 1970’s, Scorpion Volleyball Club has become the leading volleyball club in the Otago/Southland region. Scorpion Club has a strong tertiary focus after it merged with the Varsity team, allowing university students the opportunity to play within a club framework that offers administrative and coaching support.
Both the men’s and women’s teams compete in the South Island wide Southern League Competition with club teams from Christchurch and the Tasman area, as well as the New Zealand Volleyball Club Championships held at the end of the year.
Scorpian Club is the place if you wish to play at the highest level in Dunedin. Head to their website or facebook for more information – https://www.scorpionsvolleyball.club/