Sand and sun combine to make beach volleyball the fastest growing sport in NCAA history. Whether you’re already competing in beach tournaments, familiar only with indoor volleyball, or just looking for some fun in the sun, One Beach offers stellar training and lively events for every level.
Are you an Experienced player struggling to make skills corrections in the middle of beach season? Are you a Select athlete looking to sharpen your technique before a tournament? Are you a Beginner wanting to practice basic skills before participating in a beach camp or clinic? Get focused reps and personalized instruction in a private or small group lesson with one of our specialized One Beach coaches.
We offer the highest quality values-driven beach volleyball training in the state. Our experienced coaches provide year-round training for beach volleyball competitors and newcomers alike through our Select, Experienced, and Beginner level practice groups. Sign up for one, two, or three practice sessions a week at one of our multiple locations to build your own schedule and grow your game.
One Beach offers camps and clinics each year for any beach volleyball players looking to grow their skills in a structured and fun environment. Our coaches can even come to your school and host a camp onsite! We also host doubles, co-ed, and four-on-four tournaments throughout the year, with separate divisions for each age group.
One Beach athletes train and compete in many locations across Arizona and in Southern California. Find a location near you!
One Beach coaches are experienced sand players with impressive resumés, committed to building character, discipline, work ethic, and selflessness in each of their athletes.
Club One indoor athletes train at Court One Athletics in Tempe, Arizona. The space touts 45,000 square-feet of solid maple flooring with nine volleyball courts. We’re privileged to practice on one of best flooring systems in the country, made with a one-inch foam sub-floor that allows for softer landings and fewer injuries.
Court One Athletics
9100 South McKemy Street
Tempe, AZ 85284
Ever since our inaugural season, every One Beach athlete with the desire to play at the collegiate level has gone on to realize that dream. We love to brag on our alumni as they study, compete, and earn degrees all over the U.S.View Alumni
Southern Nazarene University - Indoor
Georgia State University - Indoor
Marymount University - Indoor
This is a very important question! To have an enjoyable and safe experience, we recommend you bring: lots of water, sunglasses, sand socks (for hot and cold conditions), a visor or baseball cap, sunscreen, a towel, sweatpants (for cloudy days or when the sun gets low), and a sports drink or snack.
Our Select training groups are for highly committed athletes who desire to play beach volleyball beyond high school. Our Experienced training groups prepare athletes to compete in tournaments or for a spot on their high school beach team, with the understanding that they may also have commitments in other sports or activities. Our Beginner training groups are all about introducing beach volleyball to kids ages eight to twelve.
There are many differences between these two sports! Here are just a few: beach volleyball teams have two players, while indoor teams have six on the court; the ball used in beach volleyball is slightly larger than the ball used for indoor; and the beach volleyball court is slightly smaller than the indoor court.
No partner is needed to participate in One Beach training sessions, camps, or clinics. However, most One Beach tournaments require you to sign up with a designated partner. Most athletes will find good partner options for tournaments in their regular season training groups.
We recommend trying both! Experience the difference between practicing in a gym vs. in the sun, playing a position vs. covering the whole court, jumping on hardwood vs. diving on sand. Some athletes have a clear preference for one over the other, but many enjoy training and competing in both sports. In fact, many college coaches (indoor and beach) prefer athletes who have played both sports until age 14 or 15, as it helps develop more well-rounded athletes.