Ace Volleyball Club is proud to be one of the largest clubs in Canada which promotes athletes to strive to be better volleyball players and citizens and pride themselves on its family culture. AVC strives to empower their young athletes to be strong-minded, powerful leaders, and team players on and off the court. As a collective, they value teamwork, mental toughness, and community outreach. With over 400 players, coaches, and alumni, they offer an established network of strong, like-minded individuals.
Ace Volleyball Club provides opportunities for players to compete in a team environment that is striving to play post-secondary in Canada or the U.S. As one of the largest volleyball clubs in Canada, their Calgary, Foothills, Rocky View, Lethbridge, and Fraser Valley divisions operate with over 30 teams. They run male and female programs for indoor and outdoor volleyball throughout the year. Their programs are open to EVERYONE and their club team program is open for U8-U18 years of age athletes. Ace Volleyball Club Calgary is proud to be the only club in Southern Alberta who provide their athletes with two high-end facilities to train in. Ace Volleyball strives to be… “The best volleyball club in Canada that sticks to our values of loyalty and family on and off the court”. Their coaches can provide insight into athletes’ future planning and are more than willing to help athletes set goals and assist them in achieving them.
Ace Volleyball Club is involved in several community outreach initiatives. A few of the charities they support include the Alberta’s Children Hospital, Make a Wish Foundation and several local food banks. In the past eight seasons, Ace Volleyball Club has raised over $80,000 for children in the Alberta Children’s Hospital, $70,000 for Make a Wish Foundation, $12,000 for the Canadian Women’s National Volleyball Team, and has donated a dozen boxes of volleyball gear to youth in Nairobi, Kenya via the Youth Initiative Development Program. The ERA is proud to support an organization that likes to give back to its community and cause and we were happy to donate a printer and projector to this energetic organization. They have expanded operations and now are able to help twice as many kids as years past so they are in need of more tech to assist them in their operations. To learn more visit their website here.