Bump-set-spike! Our volleyball leagues are played on nine sand courts from May until October (summer & fall leagues). Our sand courts are groomed weekly before leagues start.
Skyline volleyball leagues are played each weeknight in the summer. To join a league, you can choose your preferred night (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday) and you will play on that night weekly.
To keep games fun and competitive, you can choose the program that best fits your team’s skill level and what you’re looking to get out of the league. You can choose from co-ed rec, co-ed intermediate lower, co-ed intermediate upper, advanced, women’s rec, women’s intermediate, league legends, college rec, college intermediate, or high school volleyball (Sundays only).
Please review the rules prior to playing so everyone is on the same page and we can all stay Minnesota nice. Contact us for more information about each division’s rules.
Since the weather can change so quickly, all cancellations or delays are determined on game day at 5pm. If you don’t hear from us at 5pm, games will be played as originally scheduled. We will play in the rain but will delay, then cancel for lightning.
All cancellations and delays will be emailed to the captains but also posted in our “Skyline Outdoor Leagues” Facebook group and Facebook page. If players have opted into text messages, we will also send out text notifications to the teams scheduled for that night. The canceled games will also be updated in the app & online schedule. We do NOT have availability to make up games but any cancellations will not hurt or help your standings. You will play at your scheduled game time the next week.
Each summer, there are three volleyball tournaments hosted at Skyline Social & Games. One tournament is a free, appreciation tournament only for league players and the other two tournaments are open for everyone to play. Learn more about our volleyball tournaments!
Team bailed on you? Made other plans? Got scheduled to work? Scared of the competition? Can’t stand the rain? Whatever your reason (or excuse) for missing out on a night of fun, please let us know if you can’t make your game!
If you need to forfeit, the best way to let us know is by contacting Shannon Blomgren, our league manager. Be sure to include your team name, sport, and game time when leaving a voicemail or sending a message. The sooner you can notify us about a forfeit, the better. This will allow us time to notify the other team in advance. RSVPing through the app only notifies the team captain about their players’ absences. Please do not use the app to contact us about a forfeit.