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Frequently Asked Questions


At The Rumble we play "Old School Rules!"  That means we play "Side-out" scoring; No Let-serves; Block doesn't count as a hit; and the original Large court size. Rules page

When does registration open?

May 1st!  Main field sells out very fast.

You must have an AVP America Silver Membership to register.

Age guidelines for Masters and Juniors:

Player age is determined by their age on the day of play.

When do we check in?  How do we know where to play? ...?

We use to manage tournament play.  All registered players will receive an email before the event with directions for team placement, pools and schedules.

How do I play on the Main Field?

Registration to play on Main Field sells out very quickly!  Due to overwhelming demand, there is a $25 per team ($50 for Quads) surcharge to play on main field for Saturday and Sunday. The choice of playing field is in the Volleyball Life registration process.



When should we be ready to play?

​​Pro players: 8am

All other divisions: 8:30am


Satellite fields:  Parking is free and there is no spectator fee.

Main field:  Parking is free if you carpool (No RVs). It's $10 per car if you do not. There is a Spectator fee of $10 for all non-players, which covers the whole weekend(See below). There are no drop-offs at the Main Field.  A drop-off location is provided across the street from the park.  Once you enter the Main Field parking area, you must follow the directions of the attendants.

Is there a fee for spectators?

Yes, for Memorial Park (Main Field) only. (There is no spectator or parking fees for Satellite fields.)

Spectators will be charged $10/person which covers the whole weekend. 

Tickets may be purchased on

Children under 12 are free.  All registered players are free to spectate all weekend.

Are Dogs Allowed?

Quiet, crowd friendly dogs are welcome.  All dog waste must be picked up thoroughly.  We reserve the right to remove any dogs/players who do not follow these rules. Note: We have fireworks each morning at about 9am.  

What kind of footwear is allowed?

All footwear must have soft rubber soles and tread. No hard rubber, plastic, or metal soles, tread, cleats, or spikes are allowed. Popular choices are trail runners and turf shoes.

Net Heights?

The height of the net shall be 8’ for Men’s doubles, Co-ed, Quads and Junior Boys (16U, 18U). It shall be 7’4” for Women’s doubles, Junior Boys (10U, 12U, 14U) and all Junior Girls’ divisions.


Coaching can only be done when a side switch or time out occurs while a game is in progress.  At no other point can a coach or parent give additional guidance.

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