NBVL Open

The Covid-19 cloud is finally lifting. Alberta is slated to move into Stage 2 of the reopening plan on June 10th and sport is free to resume with no restrictions. The NBVL is looking to kick the summer off with a bang in the form of the NBVL Open from June 25th to 27th at the CBVA Beach Volleyball Courts.

This 3 day event will feature youth and adult intermediate and pro tournaments throughout the weekend. Youth age group events will lead things off on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning for prizes, followed by adult intermediate 2s and Coed 4s with cash prizes during the day on Saturday and Sunday. The highlight of the NBVL Open will be the Men’s and Women’s Pro adult event on the 26th and 27th, where the NBVL’s stars and the rest of Calgary’s top beach volleyball athletes will compete for a prize purse over $5000.

Youth Tournaments, all age groups:

Teams seeded randomly. Every team will play full pool play, 2 sets to 15 points, followed by single elimination playoffs with regular match scoring. Top 3 teams will win prizes.

Adult Intermediate and Coed Tournaments:

Each team will play a modified pool play match against two other teams in their pool. 1 v 4 and 2 v 3. The winners and losers will play each other for overall ranking, all team will make playoffs. Tournament capped at 24 teams. Top 4 teams will win cash prizes.

NBVL Open Pro Tournament

Teams will be seeded by a small committee familiar with the player pool. Each team will play a modified pool play match against two other teams in their pool. 1 v 4 and 2 v 3. The winners and losers will play each other for overall ranking, all team will make playoffs.

Prize Breakdown
1st – $1000
2nd – $500
3rd – $350
4th – $150

All age divisions will be capped at 24 teams, so be sure to sign up as soon as possible.
Deadline June 22nd at midnight!
Player information will be sent by email June 23rd + 24th

REGISTRATION CLOSED – (contact marc@cardanmarketing for more info)

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