Today, VB is the No.2 most popular team sport with over 770 million fans worldwide. Being a team sport is vital for individual growth and the development of society as a whole:
VB is a social game, as players have to count on teammates to score and win.
VB encourages personal development, being easy to learn but hard to master; the sport makes players eager for continuous improvement.
VB is the worlds' most gender-equal sport, allowing for professional careers for both females and males alike.
VB does not require much to play, just a ball and a few friends.
VB establishes in players the fundamental values of adherence to rules, fairness, and sportsmanship.
For these reasons, VB aims to become the number one sport that serves the needs of families through social development and humanitarian programs.
We believe in a world where volleyball is accessible to all. Volleyball has the ability to connect, inspire teamwork, and empower individuals to reach their full potential.
Let's Keep The Ball Flying is dedicated to using the power of volleyball to create positive change in communities around the world. We aim to create thriving volleyball communities that inspire a new generation of volleyball players and fans who share our passion for using volleyball to create a better world.
The fundamental right of every human to have the same status, liberties, and opportunities as all others.
The warm certainty to be part of something bigger.
The capability to thrive as a human being and believe in oneself.
The priceless gift of sharing knowledge for personal and social development.
ANBI is the non-profit tax designation in the Netherlands issued by the Tax Office (Belastingdienst) in accordance with the general tax laws.
The logo design is a fingerprint connected to a volleyball to reinforce our desire to impact and leave a legacy through sport.
In more than 75% in Nepal, volleyball is blooming... like a flower!
Mr. Manoranjan Raman Sharma
PRESIDENT NEPAL VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION