What to Expect From the 2021 AVCA Volleyball Convention

By Melissa Wickes
December 8, 2021
2 min

Next up for LeagueApps is the American Volleyball Coaches Association Convention in Columbus, Ohio, taking place Dec. 15-18!

After a long year apart, we’re excited to network with like-minded people in the youth volleyball world in-person, learn about the latest technologies and trends in volleyball, and of course, have a little fun along the way.

We’re more ready than ever to get back together with the volleyball community to hear from experts in the industry, reconnect with peers, and attend various sessions to strengthen our volleyball knowledge. While the convention itself is the largest gathering of volleyball coaches in the world, there will be plenty of opportunities to network and share ideas among smaller groups through Coaching CampsLearning Labs, Match Point Mentoring Huddles, and Roundtable Discussions/Focus Groups.

Here’s a little bit about a past AVCA Convention to give you a taste of what to expect from this year’s in-person convention.

Join Us for Food, Drinks, and NCAA Volleyball

We’re so excited to be able to host our peers in the volleyball community for some food, drinks, NCAA games, and good times while we’re in Columbus.

On Thursday, December 16th at 6:30pm and Saturday, December 18th at 7pm, we’re co-hosting the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship with 431 Sports at Nationwide Area. Club directors, coaches, and staff are all welcome to join us for this unique opportunity for free drinks, food, and what will surely be a great game from the comfort of an exclusive suite. Spots are limited, so register now for what will be an amazing time.

The fun doesn’t stop there! On Friday, December 17th, we’re also hosting an exclusive dinner at Forno Kitchen and Bar. You can register for this fun night of free food and drinks—and more opportunities to network with leading volleyball organizers–here.

Stop By Our Booth at AVCA for a Demo

We’ll be posted up at Booths 503 and 505 for the entirety of the convention and we’d love to see you and your team to discuss what’s going on at your organization and see if we can be of help in any way.

Are you interested in making changes or improvements to your organization? Let’s discuss how we can make those happen.

We’ll be demoing our platform for interested sports organizers throughout the convention so you can try out some of our features—such as our Google Sheets integration, our all-in-one website Design Shop, invoice management, streamlined registration, real-time messaging, complete data control, and our free mobile app.

We’re so excited for this opportunity to connect with the youth volleyball world in person again.

We hope to see you at Booth 503 and 505, at an NCAA Volleyball Game, at Forno Kitchen, or all three!