Don't be fooled by the name, sitting volleyball is far from stationary! It's fast-paced and, despite the court being smaller, the net lower, and the players closer together, requires agility of thought as well as movement.

While the game appears similar to other versions of volleyball, there are some subtle differences, including: being able to block the serve and the requirement to have one buttock or an extension of the torso in contact with the floor when touching the ball. As it is an adapted version of the indoor game, it means disabled players can also participate which makes it one of a small number of sports that is truly inclusive.

This session is beginner friendly with no previous experience required. It is a great way to make new friends whilst trying something new! The session will be led by the Volleyball Club. 

Location: Somers Town Community Centre, 134 Chalton St, London, NW1 1RX 

Equipment: All equipment will be provided at the class.

What to wear: Please wear whatever clothing you feel comfortable in. 

Please note: It is compulsory for you to fill in our Project Active Participant Registration Form before you attend the class. It should only take a few minutes and allows us to better understand our demographic. You will only need to fill this out once per academic year. 

If you have any questions about the class please do get in touch with us at su.projectactive@ucl.ac.uk 

Wheelchair accessible
Yes
Family friendly
Yes