Have your say in Volleyball England’s player survey

21st September 2020

Have your say in Volleyball England’s player survey

Volleyball England has launched a player survey to gather information on the largest segment of the volleyball community.

Whether they play at a recreational, club or international level, players from across the country are encouraged to complete the survey and share it with fellow players to help the National Governing Body gather as much data as possible.

As an incentive, the club that is associated to the most player responses will win an outdoor net system. Please click here to fill out the survey and help us to collect more data by sharing the link. The deadline for responses is midday on Wednesday, 21st October.

The player survey follows on from our recently launched 10-year strategy, The Game Plan. Better data and insights are a key pillar of the new strategy, and this new information – combined with existing records from the membership portal VolleyZone – will help the sports body to better understand the wants and needs of the community.

Sue Storey, CEO of Volleyball England, said: “A key part of our strategy is to ensure what we deliver is what our volleyball community wants and needs. To do this we need up to date data.

"This will help us make better decisions and ensure we improve our service to our community. We want to ensure everyone has the opportunity to be part of our community for life, and has great service from Volleyball England. We need to understand every part of the community, we want to work with you all and we want you to work with us, as together we can make this sport great and show the country what an exciting and brilliant sport it is.

“Every year we organise a club survey that helps us to better tailor our support to clubs This player survey will be crucial as we seek to better understand the wants and needs of this huge segment of the community and how we might adapt our products and service in the future.”

Have your say in Volleyball England’s player survey