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Adult Beach Leagues – Edmonton @ John Fry Park Beach Volleyball Courts

Volleyball Alberta offers adult beach programs in Edmonton at John Fry Park Beach Volleyball Courts.

The 2024 Tentative Schedule is presented in the table below.

Registration will open on April 15, 2024 at 1pm.

Questions? Please contact the Volleyball Alberta Beach Programs Staff:
During Summer (May-August), email: beachleagues@volleyballalberta.ca
During Fall/Winter/Spring (planning months), email VA’s Beach Program Manager, eventsmanager@volleyballalberta.ca

Teams interested in joining any of the below listed leagues can email the office to inquire about dates and the online registration process!

To successfully register each player must first purchase a membership, create an account on VRS-Sportlomo, and then 1 Player from the team will purchase the event (league) registration. The required membership for Adult Beach Leagues is the: Adult Recreational Player – Beach category ($19.70). 

Beach Registration Guide (2024)Updated in April 2024

2024 Schedule

League Night & Time
Start Date
End Date
Registration opens
Registration closes
Women’s 2’s
John Fry Park
June 4, 2024
August 12, 2024
per team
April 15, 2024, 1pm
June 1, 2024
Coed 4’s
John Fry Park
June 5, 2024
August 13, 2024
per team
April 15, 2024, 1pm
June 1, 2024
Men’s 2’s
John Fry Park
June 6, 2024
August 14, 2024
per team
April 15, 2024, 1pm
June 1, 2024

Women & Men’s 2’s = Maximum 3 players

Coed 4’s = *if playing with 4 players; 2 females must be on the court at all times

Coed 4’s = *if playing with 3 players; 1, 2 or 3 females must be on the court at all times.

League General Information 

Volleyball Alberta’s Adult Beach Leagues are a fun way to be physically active during the summer months.  It is a great way to meet new people while developing and learning beach volleyball skills. 

There are 3 leagues running from June to August 2024: Women’s 2’s, Coed 4’s & Men’s 2’s

The league spans a 11 weeks period (9 weeks of regular league play, 2 weeks of playoffs, extra days will be scheduled in case of rainout)

  • Each team will play 2 matches (Best of 3 games)
  • Games are capped at 21/21/15 – no win by 2
  • The last 2 weeks of league will consist of playoffs and prizes for the winner of each division

Game Schedule

Match Start Time
Tier Ranking         
1 vs 3
2 vs 3
1 vs 2

Default Deposit – No default deposits will be taken for 2023

  • A $90 default deposit is required over and above the registration fee
  • Default fees are charged in increments of $30
  • Each time a team does not show up $30 will be deducted from the deposit that is refunded at the end of league play (i.e. if a team misses two league nights then the refund will be $30)
  • The default deposit will be refunded in full at the end of the season if there are no defaults


It is the responsibility of the team to find a replacement if a player is unable to attend a league night.  All substitutes MUST register as a Beach Recreational Player prior to arriving on the beach courts. Subs must have played in a minimum of 2 league nights in order to play during playoffs. (Link above)

Email beachleagues@volleyballalberta.ca to be placed on our SUB LIST

Weather Policies

The sessions will run in all weather conditions unless there is lightning or severe rain making it unsafe to play. Always show up to games even if it is raining as the weather can change very quickly. Assume all games are a go unless otherwise stated through email or on the VA website. 

You can check if a league night will be canceled by looking on the Volleyball Alberta Website: http://www.volleyballalberta.ca/ (both the ticker on the front page and your specific beach page), VA Twitter account, or by email.

Lightning Policy

We will be following the 30/20 Rule during game play which was set out by the Canada Safety Council.

If thunder is heard within 30 seconds of seeing lightning, games will be postponed. All participants must leave the playing area and seek shelter in a building or an automobile. Never stand under trees, in an open field, or under an umbrella. Games will resume 20 minutes after the thunder and lightning have moved away. If thunder and lightning are still present 20 minutes after, the game will be cancelled and the score counts as it was when the game was stopped. Halfway point of the game must be reached (11 points by one team) for the game to count towards the league standing.

For information on Beach League Programs, please email beachleagues@volleyballalberta.ca 

Parking is available at the John Fry Parking lot or for extra parking at the Ball Diamond.  Vehicles parked on the grass or street could result in a ticket.
AddressJohn Fry Park
92nd Street and 28th Avenue
Edmonton, AB
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