“Volleyball is not rocket science. We are!”
Volleyball is one of the most popular sports around the world. It can be played from very early ages and it doesn’t require a lot of investment to play for leisure. Unlike many team sports, there is no direct contact with the opponent and your response is most often based on how you and your team react. It has speed and reaction-based movement that engages you both as spectator and player. Volleyball needs fast reactions, great attention, quick reflexes, coordination of the own movements correlated with your team’s, high communication and leadership skills and last, but not least, a good physical condition. The initiative of this manual started from the desire to promote more volleyball at the grassroots level in order to attract people of different ages to practice it in the free time and why not, to be the path opener to children and youth to an athletic career. In your support we created a volleyball guide accompanied by video materials for a visual sustainability, and a marketing guide for the clubs to attract more people to them.
Click here for the guide:
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. This manual has been elaborated during the project “Volleyball is not rocket science. We are!” (603393-EPP-1- 2018-1-RO-SPO-SSCP), funded by the European Union through the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, in the context of the Erasmus+ Sport Programme, “Small Collaborative Partnerships” action.