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Our volleyball leagues are great for those players looking for a fun and social atmosphere. We value the merits of coed play and teamwork. Get out of the house, be active and meet some great people.

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Upcoming Volleyball Leagues and Activities
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Fall 2024
Volleyball League Melville

Tuesday Nights

September 3rd through October 15th games start at 6:45pm - 8:45pm at All Sportz


Battle It Out In Our One Day Tournaments to Crown a Champ

July 19th 8:00pm
Limited Space Available
Volleyball Tournament Massapequa

Friday Night Volleyball (7/19)

July 19th through July 19th games start at 8:00pm - 11:00pm at LI Sports Dome

August 25th 10:00am
Volleyball Tournament Freeport

Volley Bash '24

August 25th through August 25th games start at 10:00am - 3:00pm at Sea Breeze Park


Volleyball League Rules

Main Rule Set = USA Volleyball

We follow USA Volleyball rules. This is how we adapt the rules to our league.


  • We play coed 6s (3m and 3f on the court).
  • A woman can take the place of a man, but a man may not take the place of a woman (example, playing 2m/4f is OK, but playing 4m/2f is not).
  • Additional players rotate in on a set pattern (example, rotate in on the serve). Teams must still comply with gender ratios when rotating, and players may not be skipped in the rotation. (Players may only be skipped in the rotation in order to comply with gender ratios).
  • We do not play a libero position.
  • Gender rule exceptions are made for teams made of free agents.
  • Teams play 3 games in one hours. Games are to 25, 25 and 21.
  • All games are rally scoring.

Playing Rules

  • We are pretty loose with 'carry', 'lift' and 'doubles' rules. The game is self-officiated and players should only call those violations when it is obvious.
  • We are stricter with touching the net and crossing the mid-line. Players should expect to be called for a violation when committing those fouls.
  • Players can also call a violation on themselves for committing any of the above infractions.
  • The ball is still 'live' if it contacts a non-playing surface (example, the ceiling) and stays on the same side of the net. The ball is 'out' if it contacts a non-playing surface and goes over the net.

Use of Substitute Players

  • We want teams to be able to play, but also want teams to play with a consistent and dedicated roster.
  • Subs are allowed during regular season games if teammates are unable to attend a game. 
  • Substitutes are not allowed for playoffs and championship games. All players must be rostered to play in playoffs and championship games.
  • At least 3 players from the rostered team must be in attendance and playing for the game to be counted. If there are less than 3 rostered players the games will be forfeited.

These are the basic rules for this sport. Your league or tournament page will list the official rules for that event.

Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes! Each year over a thousand different players play in one of our leagues across Long Island. The size of our leagues varies by sport and location but range from anywhere from 50 - 300 players in any season. All our leagues are coed, and many are split evenly between men and women. 

Our players have different skill levels and motivations for playing, we do our best to make the games fun and competitive for everyone. We generate a random schedule at the start of the season, but to avoid blowouts, we may make adjustments to keep the games fun for everyone. Depending on the size of the league, we may break teams up into different divisions or brackets.

For playoffs, we typically break into different brackets based on standings.

Your signup and teammate info will be visible in your locker room. We will build out your league's webpage with schedules and teams. You'll receive 3 pre-season emails from us. The first for all LI-Kick players, the second specific to your sport and a few days before your league begins, you'll receive an email from your league director with information specific to your league. You can always emails us at info@li-kick.com with any questions.

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