SVC Wednesdays

Open Gym | Divisions: D Zero, D1 & D2 | 7-10:00 PM

(Page Updated: Aug 7, 2017)

Rainier Community Center
4600 38th Ave S
Seattle, WA

Pre-Season Wednesdays at Rainier Community Center are hosted by Seattle Volleyball Club for pre-season practice and training for the Fall SVC League Season. Wednesdays are for D Zero, D1 & D2. You must check in with the SVC Rep on-site and pay the $4 Open Gym Fee. 


Event # Courts




Aug 16, 23, 30 & Sept 6

SVC Open Gym - D Zero thru D2

4 - (2 on 8/16 Only) Wednesdays 7 - 10:00pm Rainier CC


SVC hosts select pre-season dates in the months of August & September nights 7:00-10:00PM. Generally there is a 15 minute net setup and warm up period, followed by game play. Players are responsible for both net setup and tear down, as well as cleaning up the gym at the end of the night. 


Forming Teams

Teams are formed informally by the players present. It is preferable that there be 7 players to a team in order to keep the # of teams waiting off to a minimum. Players will arrive during the night after competition has begun. It is preferable that single players first join teams that have less than 7 players. If there are players without a full team, after filling in on teams with less than 7 players, the players will form a new team and be added to the end of the Team Rotation.   Teams with less than 6 players can then pickup players that are exiting a court. In order to maximize the amount of playing time, there should only be 1 partial team per night.    

Team Rotation

SVC observes a 2 game on then off rotation, in that each team will play 2 complete games, and then exit the court no matter if they won or lost, except in the case of the 1st game of the night, where the loser will exit the court at the completion of the 1st game, and the winner will play the next game. Teams exiting the court will then be added to the end of the Team Rotation. 

Courts & Level of Play

The Rainier Community Center offers 4 courts of play. The level of play can be varied for drop-in play, generally there are 4 courts available across 3 levels of play.

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