This class is included in SSIF ALL IN

Volleyball is a team sport in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team’s court under organized rules. It has been a part of the official program of the Summer Olympic Games since Tokyo 1964.
At SSIF we offer different levels for volleyball. Level 1 to 5.
All members regardless of previous experience need to partake a level 1 training before getting access to a higher level volleyball.
For more information about the levels scroll down.

A normal training session consists of warm-up, technique exercises and match play based on the group’s level, always led by our experienced instructors who help you develop your game.

You will find more detailed information about what the various exercises include under the ”Level” tab.

Practices marked with ”match play” have less technique focus. There, the levels are a bit more mixed and we mainly focus on exercises dedicated to keeping a match play going. The classes are usually mixed with both girls and boys. Our training is aimed at adults, whether they are students or not, but anyone over 18 is welcome and university students have a discount. We do not engage in competitive activities.

You have never played Volleyball before and want to try out the sport.

You have played Volleyball a few times at school or similar situations. At level 1 we go through the different basics (underhand pass, overhand, bagger, pass, serve). Goal is to get an understanding of the sport in general and start playing match.

For this level you know the different hits and can execute them with good fall out mostly. At level 2 matchplay and team building and communication is important, we also go through the different rules of Volleyball. Goal is to have a good understanding of positions and hits, and can pass/play a ball on three hits.

At this level you are aware of your team players and can play a ball with attack. Matchplay is even more crucial at this level, and it’s important to have a steady level of technique and communication. Goal is to be able to pass to position 2,3,4, have backspike knowledge, great communication, overhand serve and most balls go to attack.

At this level you are well aware and comfortable with terminology, positions, rules and fast enough to save a situation so the game continues. Technique training is still needed, but at a higher level. Goal is to be able to read the game instead of overthinking ”where/how/when”. More advanced hits are practiced. Be able to take nearly all serves and pass them with quality and have flawless communication within the team.

The highest level of Volleyball at SSIF. When playing everything falls naturally and automatically, such as how to play/think/pass the ball/what option that’s best for the situation. You’re aware of your team and can communicate well in all situations. Technique is well practiced.

New members automatically get access to ”Basics to Volleyball” and ”Level 1”. The member choose which of these levels they think suits them best.

The Volleyball instructors decide when a member should play at a higher level and will then talk to the member in question. After a level-up has been agreed between the player and instructor, the instructor will notify the SSIF office which will then give you access to the level discussed.

The level descriptions above describe the degree of difficulty of the levels.

To book this class you need a valid SSIF training card, the ALL IN  you also need a valid membership.

Book your class online via our booking website or in the SSIF app.