Serve City Volleyball welcomes new and returning players to club for 2020-21 girls season

  • Serve City Volleyball Club in Wheaton and Glen Ellyn is welcoming new athletes to register for Sept. 1 tryouts and returning athletes to sign up for the new season that begins Sept. 8.

    Serve City Volleyball Club in Wheaton and Glen Ellyn is welcoming new athletes to register for Sept. 1 tryouts and returning athletes to sign up for the new season that begins Sept. 8. Courtesy of Serve City Volleyball Club

 
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Updated 8/24/2020 6:30 PM

With Wheaton, Glen Ellyn and Carol Stream as its hub and with training locations in Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Carol Stream and West Chicago, Serve City is proud to be serving the western suburbs as the most family-friendly, fun and affordable volleyball club in the Chicago area for the sixth straight year.

Serve City is gearing up for the 2020-2021 club season with tryouts for 12-and-under through 18-and-under national and regional teams on Sept. 1.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Complete information about the new season is available at www.servecityvolleyball.org/newseason. Athletes can participate in Serve City's Sept. 1 tryouts in Wheaton by registering at www.servecityvolleyball.org/club-tryouts.

Athletes who played with Serve City in 2019-2020 or during the 2020 summer program season can immediately join the 2020-2021 full season when their families sign them up at www.servecityvolleyball.org/store-1/full-season.

The full season starts on Sept. 8 and concludes on Feb. 7 for high school teams and Feb. 21 for middle school teams. National high school and national middle school teams then return for the extended national team season running from May 1 to June 15, capping the season at Asics Jr. National Championships June 11-13 (18-U to 14-U) and June 14-15 (13-U and 12-U) at Navy Pier.

Serve City also offers four short season programs for athletes who can only participate for an eight-week season. More details and registration is found at www.servecityvolleyball.org/shortseason.

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Serve City combines the suburbs' most inexpensive registration fees that fit the needs of working-class and middle-class families with an exciting, dedicated training approach that helps athletes stretch, learn and develop their volleyball skills and their life skills on and off the court.

Serve City's training approach combines age group team training with positional training sessions to help its athletes get the most out of their training experience. Private lessons by coaches are also available.

The Serve City executive staff and coaches also take seriously their athletes' health and well-being. Serve City has put together a detailed protocol for safeguarding athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks in part to Serve City's protocols, no Serve City athletes contracted the coronavirus during the club's 41 summer camps, clinics and private lessons. Serve City believes in creating an environment in its gyms where athletes are protected and cared for while working hard at their skills and having fun playing the game they love.

Serve City offers national and regional teams for the 12-U through 18-U age levels.

Athletes this season hail from more than a dozen suburban communities, including Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Carol Stream, Lombard, Winfield, Warrenville, West Chicago, Bartlett, Glendale Heights, Wayne, Bloomingdale, Elmhurst, Naperville, Aurora and Lisle.

For information, visit www.servecityvolleyball.org, email jsmith@servecityvolleyball.org or call (630) 457-7524, or follow Serve City on Facebook and Instagram.

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