2022 Senior Nationals
Volleyball Canada is excited to be bringing the new Senior National Championship to Edmonton, Alberta. The event will be held from May 14 to May 15, 2022 at the Edmonton Expo Centre, a great location to re-introduce the Senior Nationals.
Age categories for the event
Open Men (18+) and Open Women (18+).
Please note that dates and locations are subject to change in accordance with government health and safety regulations.
Volleyball Canada has made the difficult decision to cancel the following age categories: Masters 40+ Men, Masters 40+ Women, Masters 50+ Men, and Masters 50+ Women.
- There will be no check in for Senior Nationals. You are only required to confirm with the tournament coordinator, Sherri Jones that your team is on-site prior to your first match.
January 17: 2022 Nationals Registration Dates Revised
June 2022: 2022 Nationals wrap up & more
April 2022: Senior Nationals updates & more
January 2022: New registration dates, registration guide live & more
November 2021: Senior Nationals Competition Guide now live & more
Registration Information & Links
All team registrations for Senior Nationals are done on the Volleyball Registration System (VRS). For assistance with registering a team, please consult the Nationals Registration Guide.
We encourage teams to be prepared to register at the time of registration opening.
For all Senior Nationals registration questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rosters are due April 30, 2022
A team in any age category must have a minimum of 8 players and a maximum of 15 players registered on their official roster. A maximum of 15 players can be in uniform, participate in the warm-up, and sit on the bench. However, only 12 players are allowed to be on the scoresheet for any given match. These 12 players listed on the scoresheet (excluding those crossed out for the match) are the only ones eligible to participate in the match; the 12 listed players on the scoresheet may vary from match to match.
In order to be eligible to participate in a Nationals, each athlete on the official roster must be registered as a Member with their respective PTA and with VC with a minimum of a recreational membership.
Important! Players can only appear on one roster (one age category) per event.
Please click the appropriate link to view the list of registered teams for Nationals. These lists will be updated every week on Fridays.
Updated April 22, 2022
For questions regarding the changing of team or club names please contact email@example.com with the details that you would like to alter.
With some events filling quickly, waitlists will come into effect as soon as the age category reaches initial capacity. Teams will be invited to join the event from the waitlist as spots become available in the order in which they registered onto the waitlist.
Withdrawing a Team from Nationals
If you wish to withdraw from Nationals, please complete the Team Withdrawal Form.
Teams who wish to withdraw from Nationals will be eligible for a refund as per the following timelines:
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Edmonton Expo Centre
For more information on venue location, parking, transportation, food services and more, please click here.
The tournament schedule will not be run via ISET, they will be managed manually and displayed onsite.
Rules & Policies
For rules and policies please follow this link that will take you directly to Volleyball's Canada policy page.
Volleyball Canada is committed to a sport environment free from abuse that is safe for all participants. For more information, our policies, and resources, please click here.
Safe Sport Reporting
Volleyball Canada has zero tolerance for any type of abuse. Individuals are required to report abuse or suspected abuse to Volleyball Canada or to a Provincial/Territorial Association so that those matters can be addressed in an expeditious manner.
For more information, please see the Safe Sport Complaint Process Overview. Reports can be made to Volleyball Canada’s Independent third-party Safe Sport Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (519) 900-6813, or by contacting the Canadian Sport Helpline:
Volleyball Canada is requiring that all individuals involved with the sport across the country take the new safe sport training module, available via the Coaching Association of Canada website.
As of April 1, 2020, anyone associated with a Sport Canada-funded organization must be trained on conduct to prevent and address maltreatment. This includes coaches, referees, parents of youth athletes, high-performance staff and contractors, officials; and all administrative staff and volunteers whether they may have direct contact with athletes or not.
Through the adoption of VC’s Pan Canadian Safe Sport policies, all Provincial/Territorial Association registered coaches, referees, staff/contract members and volunteers, are required to take approved Safe Sport Training. VC also currently mandates training for parents of Youth National Team Program athletes, however, PTA’s currently implement safe sport training requirements for parents of youth athletes in their province and it is not currently included in the Volleyball Registration System and is not a requirement for registration for National Championships.
The safe sport module is a free, 90 minute eLearning module that gives all participants the tools to recognize, address, and prevent maltreatment in sport. The module aligns with the principles of the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport and meets Sport Canada requirements for Safe Sport education.
Visit the safe sport training site for more info: https://safesport.coach.ca/
All coaches, staff members, volunteers, referees, team staff members and Integrated Support Team (IST) members involved in VC domestic competitions are required to have completed a criminal record/police check issued within 36 months of the activity being attended. These requirements apply to all disciplines.
To provide further clarification, we have compiled the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
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