Building Athletes for LIFE, Strengthening Communities, and Promoting Citizenry through Sports & Recreation

Club Volleyball League

Instructional/Rec league volleyball fills the gap between expensive club volleyball programs and intense tryout competition for schools. LIFEletes provides girls/boys the opportunity to LEARN the sport of volleyball regardless of playing experience, income, and/or athletic ability. Participation in sports can help build self-esteem & confidence, can motivate youth to excell academically as well as help build social skills. Sports participation can also teach youth the benefits of proper goal setting and practice. Our instructional/rec league program starts with youth 9 years of age and above. Rec players will play games every Saturday thru AAU sanctioned events and/or LIFEletes volleyball seasonal scrimage league. 

Community Diversity

Life Skill, Character Building *Monthly life-skill building clinics*

Club volleyball is best suited for players who have a more advanced skill set and wish to compete at a higher and more competitive level of volleyball. Club volleyball best helps those players interested in playing volleyball in high school and on into college. Our club players are seasonal players who play games every Saturday thru the AZ Region of USA Volleyball. The Girls club season runs from November-May for USA Regional Volleyball. The boys Sept-Dec.   

There are a lot of issues that our growing community faces, from public education to transportation. LIFEletes works at the ground level, helping to bring residents together to smooth out issues and create bright spots. Our agency offers programs and creates events that are meant to unify us and work for the greater good.

Instructional/Recreation League

Diversity and inclusiveness are important ingredients for a healthy and vibrant society. Nature thrives when the environment is diverse, so does a community. LIFEletes is dedicated to broadening the understanding of the different backgrounds and people that make up our neighborhoods. [Read More]