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Check dates frequently as they may change as the KRVA/USAV implement the PA 153 Child Protection Act requirements
Boys’ Clubs Dates
September 30, 2017
Junior Boys Tryouts 2017-18 Season
October 17, 2017
Boys' Team Fees Due
November 1, 2017
Boys' Tournament Registration Opens
February 23-25, 2018
2018 Boys' Atlantic Northeastern Tournament
Girls’ Clubs Dates
Junior Girls Tryouts 2017-18 Season October 29, 2017 | 14 & Under
November 12, 2017 | 15U - 18U
November 17, 2017
Girls' Team Fees Due
Girls Tournament Registration Opens
December 4, 2017 | 12's, 16's, & 18's
December 6, 2017 | 13's & 17's
December 8. 2017 | 14's & 15's
March 24-25, 2018
2018 KRVA Girls Bid and Club Challenge
May 5-6, 2018
2018 KRVA Girls Regional Championships
2016-17 Club Registration
All new and existing club directors must register their clubs each season.
In order to register your club, we will need the following items which can be found on the Forms and Documents page of the KRVA website:
- Sign and submit the 2016-17 Club Registration Signature page located in the drop down menu. Directions for filling out the forms are also posted in the drop down list as well
- Register for a current 2016-17 KRVA Membership
- Have a current 2016-17 Background Screen
- Completed SafeSport Training & Verified through Webpoint. For information about SafeSport, visit our website
All club directors and club administrators are required to read and abide by the KRVA Governing documents and Tournament Participation Policy before signing the Club Registration Signature page. The most current documents are on the Forms and Documents page of the KRVA website.
Once the above requirements have been met, you will receive an email notifying you have access to your club. If you have any questions, please contact Vikki.
Tryouts & Open Gyms
We are still using the KRVA event system to propose tryouts and open gyms. Please log into the KRVA Event System (link to your left) to enter all your open gyms on one proposal and all your tryouts on a separate proposal. The sanction fee is $50 for each proposal.
In an effort to alleviate some confusion over the solid colored jersey rule that went into effect on September 1, and to ease the transition to the new rule, the Rules Commission has agreed to the following modified interpretations for the coming season.
Either the Libero and/or the rest of the team must wear a solid colored jersey that clearly contrasts with the predominant color(s) of the other jerseys. To be considered compliant as a solid colored jersey, the jersey must be a single color, including the sleeves. Numbers must be clearly contrasting and meet the size and location requirements as described in Rule 4.3, i.e. centered on the player's chest and upper back and at least 4" and 6" front and back, respectively. Exceptions for collars, cuffs and piping/trim, provided the piping/trim is along a working seam and is no wider than 1" at its widest point, are provided for in the rule. This part of the rule and its associated interpretations has not changed.
What has changed is that the Rules Commission has decided to relax the implementation of the solid colored jersey definition only as it pertains to the size and placement of the team logo/name graphic. Effective immediately, printing of the club/team/player name on the jersey and printing of a club logo or team mascot on the jersey will not be considered when determining if the jersey is compliant as a solid colored jersey.
Clubs are encouraged to follow the more restrictive examples portrayed in the VRT module since the intent is to enforce the definitions as agreed to by USAV, NCAA and NFHS for next season (beginning September 1, 2015). The placement of the numbers as defined in the rules will still be enforced (centered on player's chest and upper back) and could not be displaced by the team logo/name graphic. There is a very complete explanation on the VRT site which further illustrates solid colored jersey examples. Click on Solid Colored Jersey Rule at the top of the right hand column.
It is important to note here that any jersey that was legal last year will still be a legal jersey this year, it just may not be compliant as a solid colored jersey. That means that either the team or the Libero could still wear any jersey that was legal last year, the only difference is that now the opposite jersey (worn by either the Libero or the rest of the team) would need to be compliant as a solid colored jersey
Please see the Coaching page of this website for the coaching eligibility requirements.
Offers (Girls’ Clubs only)
Offers made to players by clubs should be via email and copied to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do NOT send to the junior chairperson or email@example.com directly. The emails are archived for future reference.
National Buying Alliance
As additional value for your KRVA membership, we have entered into a relationship with a large buying alliance that will offer discounted prices on balls, uniforms, shoes & equipment with most of the major manufacturers. Visit the Keystone Region Buying Alliance for discounts.
The prices are available for bulk purchases only and are not available to individuals. Payments are required upon order through debit or credit cards. You can order for your teams and choose how much of the savings to pass along to individual members. Note that all orders must be paid via credit or debit card at time of order. We hope this saves you money and provides access to some quality products.