FAQ - GIRLS CLUB VOLLEYBALL
Force Performance Volleyball Club is one of the largest clubs in Sacramento. We serve athletes from the Elk Grove, Sacramento and Stockton areas.
What's FPVC all about?
Force is committed to provide a program of excellence: excellence in the achievements of its athletes; excellence in consistently strong coaching and administration; and, most importantly, excellence in opportunities for every athlete to develop into the best athlete and person she can be.
How is Force Volleyball different from other clubs?
Force Volleyball has been part of USA Volleyball for over 12 years, and has delivered years of consistently high quality in its team's and player's achievements, has produced coaches that are among some of the best in the area, has a comprehensive, all-inclusive training program, has associated consultants who are experts in their fields, and has been a leader in innovation and positive change for junior volleyball.
Can multi-sport athletes play on FPVC teams?
Absolutely YES. A number of multi-sport athletes play for us.
How many teams does FPVC have?
It always depends on the number of athletes who tryout for the club.Most years we have Power teams in all age groups and Area teams in all age groups; 18-under, 16-under, 15-under, 14-under, 13-under and 12-under.
Where do teams practice?
We practice at SASF and Wackford Community Center. Both facilities are in Elk Grove and are some of the nicest facilities in the Sacramento area.
How much do teams practice?
Teams practice twice a week and condition once a week. So, on average, teams are going 5 hours a week. This includes on court time plus weight and crossfit training. There are no additional charges required for weight and crossfit - costs are included in the dues. In addition, this training is supervised and conducted by WarriorZ coaches - experts in designing workouts specifically for training volleyball players.
How long is the season?
The season is approximately 6 months. We begin with tryouts in November. Then practices start in December. Our first tournament will be in January and most teams have 1-2 tournaments a month. Early May is usually the Regional Championships, and if teams qualify for Junior Nationals their season continues into late June, early July.
Tryout information will be posted in the Fall, but plan on the first or second weekend in November.
What does it cost?
Each team's dues depend primarily on the division played (Power vs Premier) and tournaments included. The calculation also considers the coach of the team and the number of players we expect to have on the team. Our dues are lower than other Sacramento area clubs and other nationally competitive clubs around the country when the amount of training time and the tournaments we attend is considered. TRAVEL EXPENSES ARE ADDITIONAL.
What do you get for your money?
Force Performance Volleyball dues are all inclusive, except for travel expenses and any extra tournaments individual teams choose to add. Dues include:
- facilities fees
- coaching fees
- coaches travel
- tournament entry fees
- strength and metcon training
- administrative expenses
How do you pay for it?
There is a payment plan designed to make the payment of dues easier. Season fees and payment plans are posted on our website in the Fall.