Welcome to the Birmingham Volleyball Club

We now have information about Court Crashers, & Practice Players,

Birmingham Volleyball Club (BVC for short) is more than just a volleyball club. It is a destination. We are proud to have our OWN volleyball facility, conveniently located at the intersection of Hwy. 31 & Hwy. 119 in Pelham, next door to Walmart.

At BVC, your child has multiple opportunities to train on a competitive travel team, focus on individual skills, and develop a life skill set that will help them succeed in life. Beyond training the greatest volleyball players in central Alabama, we put a heavy focus on working in a team environment, responsibility development, learning to make good choices, igniting a healthy competitive spirit, all in an environment that aims to create confident young women (and men).

We believe in the mantra “Train. Develop. Compete.” in all facets of an athletes life. We are proud to support our local middle & high school programs by working to develop our players to their coaches standard. We believe the pursuit of excellence is built by each child’s “village”. BVC creates a family atmosphere that offers opportunities for all ages, budgets, experience level, and desired results.

101 Cahaba Valley Pkwy W| Pelham, AL 35124
205.358.2065 Lacy@BirminghamVolleyball.com





  • Each program has specific guidelines on spectator attendance. Generally, no spectators at practice/clinic. When spectators are allowed, they must be temp checked and wear a mask at all times.
  • DO NOT enter the gym until 10 minutes prior to scheduled program time
  • We will clean equipment between clinics
  • All players & coaches must be out of the gym within 10 minutes of the scheduled end of program
  • Avoid close group huddles, handshakes/high fives.
  • No sharing of water bottles/towels. Bring your own water. We do not have have a water fountain.
  • Keep items brought into the gym to a minimum and secured neatly in your area.
  • Encourage players/coaches to use the restroom at home prior to practice and wait until they get home, if at all possible.