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We’ve made a few changes around here – hopefully you can tell! Tournament entry is now done via the shop. The form to fill in with details is in there and has been simplified a bit.  You can now also make multiple entries for you/partner/friends in the same transaction if you’d like to.  Please ensure that after you return to the site when you’ve paid on PayPal that you click on the “Place Order” button at the bottom of the page as your entry is not confirmed until that’s done.

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You can find Tournament Entry here. If you’re not sure which division to pick, check out this handy guide .

Any questions, check out the FAQ first but feel free to contact us if you need to.

Men (typically 1 - 6 (or 7) divisions)

  • Division 1 is for the Best of the Best, been here before. This is where the Kings are made.
  • Division 2 is for aspiring royalty, some who will have been in contention before and those who are on the rise. Usually the points system and wild cards determines this division more than any other.
  • Division 3 is for the committed beach players; you know what signals to call and how to really play beach volleyball.
  • Division 4 is for those who are fairly new to beach but are pretty good indoor volleyball players who haven’t really spent too much time on the sand
  • Division 5 is for those who have been here before and are making strides in their game but are playing at a fairly sound recreational level in local leagues.
  • Divisions 6 & 7 are for those who are fairly new to the game or to the beach whose level indoor or on the beach is social/recreational. The difference sometimes between four to seven can be minimal.

Women (typically 1 - 5 divisions)

  • Division 1 is for the Best of the Best been here before or top of the VEBT this is where the Queens are made.
  • Division 2 is for aspiring royalty, some who will have been in contention before and those who are on the rise. Usually the points system and wild cards determines this division more than any other.
  • Division 3 is for the committed beach players; you know what signals to call and how to really play beach volleyball or are pretty good indoor volleyball players who haven’t really spent too much time on the sand.
  • Division 4 is for those who have been here before and are making strides in their game but are playing at a fairly sound recreational level in local leagues.
  • Division 5 is for those who are fairly new to the game or to the beach whose level indoor or on the beach is social/recreational. The difference sometimes between four and five can be minimal.