Canterbury Volleyball Clubs
Pioneer Volleyball Club
Pioneer have a long history and a club full of players and staff that love the game. Pioneer have both Men’s and Women’s teams to suit all ages and abilities. Pioneer aims to be the top performing club in New Zealand by having a strong base of athletes with a focus on developing local players.
Pioneer teams compete in the local CVA League on Monday nights as well as our top teams competing in the Southern Zone League and National Club Championships.
Angus Gourlay and Samantha Cording
Trials take place in March/April each year - please check their website and FB page for further details
Shirley Volleyball Club
Current contacts: Sebastian Gonzalez & Ben Laing
Hornby Volleyball Club
The Hornby Volleyball Club was established in the 1980’s out of Hornby High School. Since the early days the club has grown from a single team to anywhere between 3-6 teams in each competition year. The club caters for Men’s and Women’steams as well as development teams.
Teams compete in the local CVA competitions in Division 1 and 2.
Trials 2020 to be held on the following dates at Pioneer Stadium
Sunday 5th April 6.15 - 8.00 pm
Sunday 26th April 6.15 - 8.00 pm
Sunday 10th May 6.15 - 8.00 pm
The Relics were formed out of what was originally the Chch Teacher's College Volleyball team in 1978. They played under that banner until the mid 1980’s.
The club moved to training at Shirley Boys’ High and began the formation of the Shirley Volleyball Club, having a transitional year being called ‘Teachers Shirley Oldboys’ or TSOB.
The Shirley club grew in numbers and strength with many fine players filtering in from Shirley Boys and other areas. The original players formed a strong ‘B’ team which continued through the 1990’s to play at NZ champs.
These original players eventually left the Shirley club to continue in it’s own direction and formed The Relics Volleyball club, or just the ‘Relics’ as it is known today.
The Relics play in the Mens A grade division and currently have one mens team. They train every other week outside of the Competitive season and would most certainly win the highest average age on court, amongst all teams in the competition.
CFSA - Christchurch Filipino Sports Association
CFSA was established in established in 2013. It's a multi sports club that caters for volleyball, basketball and badminton.
The club has a number of migrants that want to blend into the community and CFSA would like to help them settle in.
Contact: Chris Fernando 0212744791 e-mail: if interested in finding out more. The club did not have teams in the CVA competition in 2019.