Volleyball Leagues In Boston, MA (Youth & Adult)

Are you looking for the best places to start playing volleyball in Boston, Massachusetts?

I’ve compiled a list of the best volleyball leagues, for both adults and youth players within Beantown, so you can quickly find the best league for your needs.

If I’ve missed any leagues or you’d like to submit your league/business for inclusion in this article, please contact me.

Let’s begin!

Youth Volleyball Leagues In Boston, MA

If you’re looking for youth volleyball leagues in Boston, there’s a couple of great options to choose from, with options for all ages.

Youth Volleyball Boston Area Leagues

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Youth Volleyball Boston Area Leagues

Youth volleyball leagues run social grass volleyball games from May through til late August in Boyd Park.

Players need to be in 5th grade or older to participate in the league, otherwise they can play in the Friday night grass pickup league (years 18 and younger).

YVBA also offers a girl’s ‘high school power league’ at the Boston Sports Club, Wellesley. This is an indoor league which includes training sessions.

Boston UVC Volleyball Leagues

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Boston UVC Club Volleyball

Boston UVC offer multiple programs for serious youth volleyballers, both boys and girls.

They offer teams from U10 up to U18 with training sessions starting from once a week up to 3 times per week for the more advanced teams.

These club teams compete in local, regional, and national tournaments.

Training sessions have a game focus, so although these are more competitive club teams and not leagues, there’s still a regular gameplay aspect to the sessions.

Adult Volleyball Leagues In Boston, MA

Boston has a great selection of adult volleyball leagues with varying levels of competition.

Whether you’re just looking to play recreationally or are a serious volleyballer, there’s a league for you.

Boston Ski & Sports Club Volleyball Leagues

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Boston Ski & Sports Club Indoor Volleyball Leagues

It’s hard to go past BSSC when it comes to volleyball in Boston.

They have 5 different divisions, each with a different level of play, so you can find a league that’s perfect for your skill level.

Almost 100 teams play each week across each division at BSSC at two venues.

It’s a super well organized league that I highly recommend.

BSSC Grass Volleyball League, Boston

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BSSC Grass Volleyball League

BSSC also runs a grass volleyball league and offer 4v4 games as well as reverse coed doubles and men’s doubles.

This league runs weekly and is the largest grass volleyball league in Boston!

Volo Volleyball Leagues, Boston MA

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Volo Volleyball Leagues

Volo run several leagues all throughout Boston including a variety of 7 week 6v6 coed indoor leagues as well as 4v4 and 6v6 grass and beach volleyball.

Games in all leagues are coed and run for 60 minutes in duration.

Volo Volleyball Leagues, Boston MA

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Boston Volleyball Association Grass Volleyball Leagues

Starting in March and April, BVA run 10 week grass volleyball leagues on Tuesday and Thursday nights.

The formats are reverse coed 4s as well as coed 6s.

Cambridge Boston Volleyball Association Leagues

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Cambridge Boston Volleyball Association Leagues

CBVA runs both indoor and outdoor social volleyball leagues throughout the year.

Their indoor leagues have an open play session as well as more formal division competition.

Grass volleyball games run on both Thursdays as well as Sundays with doubles, fours, and sixes available.

If you couldn’t tell from the picture, CBVA is also a LGBTQ-friendly volleyball community!

Submit Your League!

If you run a regular volleyball league in Boston, I want to hear from you so I can make this the most comprehensive resource for all volleyballers in the Boston area.

Please get in touch so I can find a place for you on this page!

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As a former international level volleyball player, I now spend my days working out and writing for Volleyball Vault. I look for ways to bring my wealth of experience and knowledge to create unique and insightful perspectives in my content.