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Junior Boy Division

Growing the Game

USAV/NCR Membership provides insurance and a safe environment in which to train and compete.  

North Country Region currently offers two divisions for junior boy teams to compete in.  The Open Division is geared for competitive teams or teams that aspire to compete against competitive teams.  The Club Division is reserved for introductory to intermediate teams.  In an effort to grow the game, all junior boys teams regardless of skill or age level have a place in North Country Region.

NCR Boys' Tournaments


JANUARY 9, 2021


FEBRUARY 6, 2021


MARCH 6-7, 2021


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  • All age divisions: The first tryout for forming of teams may be held the first Sunday after Labor Day or after.

Latest News

Tokyo 2020 Schedule Confirmed for 2021

By FIVB Website 07/20/2020, 12:00pm CDT

Volleyball 17/07/2020

TOKYO 2020 SCHEDULE CONFIRMED FOR 2021

 

Hosts Japan look forward to the rescheduled Tokyo Games.

Lausanne, Switzerland, July 17, 2020 - The full match schedule for the men's and women's volleyball tournaments at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic date, now replanned for 2021, has been confirmed, ahead of the ultimate sporting event of the planet due to be held in the Japanese capital from July 23 to August 8.

● Match schedule - Men - Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Click here.
● Match schedule - Women - Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Click here.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games earlier this year rescheduled the Games for 2021.

The volleyball schedule remains the same as originally planned for, though adjusted to the new dates of 2021.

As volleyball returns to the place where it made its Olympic debut in 1964, for the first time in history the competition will conclude with the women's final, on Sunday, August 8, just a few hours ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Closing Ceremony and one day after the men's gold is decided.

The preliminary round matches will be held on alternate days for men and women, each day including six matches in three sessions of two.



Action begins with the men's competition on Saturday, July 24 as Rio 2016 silver medallists Italy take on Canada at 9.00 local time (0.00 GMT). Defending champions Brazil open their campaign with the second match of the opening day at 11.05 (2.05 GMT).

The preliminary round in the men's tournament concludes on Sunday, August 1, followed by quarterfinals on Tuesday, August 3 and semifinals on Thursday, August 5. The medals matches are scheduled for Saturday, August 7, starting at 13.30 local time (4.30 GMT) for the bronze medal match and at 21.15 (12.15 GMT) for the gold medal match.



The order of quarterfinals and semifinals will be defined following the conclusion of the preliminary round and quarterfinals respectively, to ensure the maximum audience for the athletes and the sport in the different territories broadcasting the Olympic Games.



The women's tournament begins on Sunday, July 25 with first serve at 9.00 local time (0.00 GMT) when Russia take on Italy. Defending champions China play their first game at 16.25 (7.25 GMT) against Turkey.

The preliminary round in the women's tournament concludes on Monday, August 2, followed by quarterfinals on Wednesday, August 4 and semifinals on Friday, August 6. The medals matches are scheduled for Sunday, August 8, starting at 9.00 local time (0.00 GMT) for the bronze and at 13.30 (4.30 GMT) for the gold.



All volleyball matches of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will be held at the newly constructed Ariake Arena.

Quick links:
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
 

Five Tax Tips for Your Volleyball Club

By USA Volleyball Finance Department 07/13/2020, 12:15pm CDT

Five Tax Tips for Your Volleyball Club

 

 

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BY USA VOLLEYBALL FINANCE DEPARTMENT | JUNE 29, 2020, 6:39 P.M. (ET)

Tax Tips for Clubs.

 

With the July 15 tax deadline coming up quick, taxes are on our minds. Below are five common mistakes that small businesses – such as your volleyball club – could make when it comes to taxes.

Waiting until tax time to catch up on record keeping

Financial Statements should be updated monthly and reviewed at least quarterly for any errors, and those errors should be fixed immediately. The more frequently record keeping is performed, the easier filing should go.

Getting behind on tax deposits and estimated tax payments

Your business should be paying quarterly taxes. Maintaining the proper payment schedule and payment accuracy will help minimize any trigger for red flags and paying penalties.

Missing out on common small business tax deductions

If you work from home, you are eligible for a home office deduction. Be prepared to know the percentage of your home that you use for business, whether it is part of a room or a whole room.

Do not forget to save all your receipts when you travel. If you travel for work, you can deduct expenses for multiple items, including mileage on your car. Visit the IRS’ website for the full list.

Mixing business with pleasure

Pay attention to why you might be expensing an item. Are you purchasing uniforms for your club teams? Helping your kids’ club as a team parent? Make sure you identify the true reason for your purchase and keep your accounts separate. Also, avoid expensing items to your personal card and reimbursing yourself. The best way to avoid this is to give your business its own bank account with a business card and checks.

Choosing the wrong business structure

Choosing the wrong structure can affect the way you file taxes. Make sure you know the difference and find the best structure for your business. See the Small Business Administration’s website for more information on business structure.

If you avoid these missteps throughout the year, tax time should pass much more smoothly.