Beach volleyball courts in New York

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    Beach volleyball in New York

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    Beach volleyball in New York has grown in popularity in recent years, with numerous players and courts popping up all over the city.

    If you want to play beach volleyball in New York, there are several courts that are open to the public. One popular option is Hudson River Park Pier 25 in Tribeca, which has eight regulation-size clay courts. The courts at Pier 25 are open daily from 8 a.m. to sunset and are free to use, first come, first served.

    Another good option for beach volleyball in New York is the Beach Volleyball Center at Riis Park in Queens. The facility has eight clay courts, a pro store and a snack bar. The Beach Volleyball Center is open from April through October and offers open play as well as league play and lessons for players of all skill levels.

    In Brooklyn, you'll find the beach volleyball courts at Brooklyn Bridge Park, which offer four clay courts with views of the Manhattan skyline. The courts are open from late May to early September and are free to use, first come, first served.

    If you want to take your beach volleyball game to the next level, you can join one of the many leagues and tournaments that take place throughout the summer in New York. The New York City Parks Department hosts beach volleyball leagues at various locations around the city, and the East Coast Volleyball Club offers a variety of beach volleyball tournaments and classes for players of all skill levels.

    Overall, beach volleyball in New York is a fun and exciting way to stay active and enjoy the city's beautiful beaches. With so many courts and leagues available, it's easy to find a place to play and improve your skills.

    Beach Volleyball Events in New York

    • New York City Beach Volleyball Meisterschaft (New York City)
    • Long Island Beach-Volleyball Open (Long Island)
    • Rochester Beach-Volleyball-Klassiker (Rochester)
    • Buffalo Beach-Volleyball-Turnier (Buffalo)

    Connect with beach volleyball players in New York

    BeachUp is the beach bolleyball app for New York. Use it to:

    • Find courts on an interactive map
    • Plan games with your friends
    • Find additional players (when you're not enough for a game)
    • Join other players matches
    • Get to know more people through your favorite sport

    Famous beach volleyball players in New York

    Some of the most famous beach volleyball players from New York include:

    • April Ross, a two-time Olympic silver medalist.
    • Jake Gibb, a three-time Olympic champion and former AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour champion.
    • Alix Klineman
    • Sean Rosenthal

    Beach volleyball clubs in New York

    • New York City Beach Volleyball Club (New York City)
      This club provides training and competitive participation for beach volleyball players of all levels in the New York City area.
    • Long Island Beach Volleyball Academy (Long Island)
      This club provides training and competitive participation for beach volleyball players of all levels on Long Island.
    • Rochester Beach Volleyball Association (Rochester)
      This association organizes weekly pick-up games and tournaments in the Rochester area.
    • Buffalo Beach Volleyball Club (Buffalo)
      This club provides training and competitive participation for beach volleyball players in the Buffalo area.
    • Syracuse Beach Volleyball League (Syracuse)
      This club organizes weekly pick-up games and tournaments in the Syracuse region.
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