Volleyball England is the recognised National Governing Body for Volleyball, Beach Volleyball and Sitting Volleyball in England. Volleyball England is responsible for the development, promotion and delivery of Volleyball across England.
It was founded in 1972 as the English Volleyball Association (EVA), replacing the Amateur Volleyball Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which itself was established in 1955.
Volleyball England's mission statement is: Championing the sustainable development of volleyball.
To be a sustainable self-sufficient organisation, more relevant and better connected to the volleyball community.
Open – We will be honest and transparent in everything we do, accountable for our actions and open about the rationale for our decision-making.
Innovative – We will foster a culture of innovation across the entire volleyball community, encouraging people to innovate and take measured risks to improve every aspect of our sport.
Respectful – We will treat every member of the volleyball community with the respect they deserve, encouraging others to do likewise, both on the court and off.
Connected – We will work to bring together all aspects of volleyball in this country, creating a single, connected volleyball community, able to communicate, collaborate and innovate effectively.
Inclusive – We will actively seek out the broadest range of views and experiences, listen to those who understand why there are barriers to participation and work with them to develop our sport as one which provides opportunities for all.
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