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Indoor Volleyball

The OVA offers an inclusive and age and skill appropriate indoor youth competition season for boys and girls in age categories from 11U to 18U from Mid-November to the end of April each year, culminating with the annual Ontario Championships. The indoor competitions provide various levels of play for athletes, promoting a safe and fun volleyball experience and development according to the Long-term Development model.

To start participating in OVA indoor competitions, you first need to join a club.


Official Balls for Youth Competitions 2023-2024

Mikasa is the official supplier of all game balls for OVA Competition. The following models will be used for each age division:

• Mikasa VUL500 - 4v4 Rallyball
• Mikasa VQ200W-OVA* - 6v6 Rallyball, TLS and 15U Club
• Mikasa V200W - 16U-18U Club
• Mikasa -V200W - Team Ontario / High Performance

Membership & Club Fees (Includes VC membership)
Recreational Membership (4v4 ONLY) - $12.91 including HST
Competitive Player Membership (6v6 to 18U) - $97.15 including HST
Coach Membership - $97.15 including HST
Club Registration Fee - $395.50 including HST

1 Day Tournament Entry Fees (2023-2024)
4v4 - $180 +HST
6v6  to 15U - $400 +HST
16U to 18U - $425 +HST

**Registration fees are pending Board of Director approval.

Multi Day Tournament Entry Fees (2023-2024)
18U Grand Prix Qualifier and 16U-18U Grand Prix (2 day) - $775 +HST
16U-18U Fall Classic (2 Day) - $850 +HST

**Registration fees are pending Board of Director approval.

Ontario Championships Fee (Including Travel Rebate Surcharge) (2023-2024)
4v4 (2 Day) - $995 +HST
6v6 to 15U (3 Day) - $1480 +HST
16U - 18U (3 Day) - $1605 +HST

**Registration fees are pending Board of Director approval.

Early Contact Initiative

Unsure of where you best fit? The OVA’s Early Contact initiative is designed for players 15 and under and coaches who are looking to find the most appropriate entry point for volleyball along the OVA pathway. 

Under the Early Contact rules, players can find which style of play is most comfortable for them through 4v4 and 6v6 rallyball and traditional limited-specialized volleyball. This flexibility will now increase developmentally-appropriate competition opportunities for younger players while providing the best experience possible for long term retention and success.

Ontario Championships

The Ontario Championships is the largest indoor volleyball event in the province and most anticipated week(s) of the indoor calendar year, bringing clubs from all across Ontario to compete and celebrate our sport with a profound exclamation point at the end of the season.

Past Results

Look back on previous OVA indoor seasons scores and event results.


For the upcoming OVA indoor season, teams will be split and seeded using their end of season ranking from 2023-2024. Ranking criteria and the most recent indoor season team rankings located in the link.