Who We AreThe Fun Club Volleyball Association (TFCA) has been coordinating a variety of adult, co-ed indoor and outdoor volleyball programs since 1993 in the Metro Vancouver area of British Columbia. The Association was founded initially as a not-for-profit fundraising entity and became a social enterprise with the growth of its participant base, weekly leagues, weekend tournaments and special 2-day events.
Known for being the Creator of the Reverse Co-Ed 4’s volleyball format (see Rules section for details) in 1994.
First organization to use 8-metre courts and 3-metre attack line for grass Reverse Doubles in Metro Vancouver.
We deliver the largest grass R2 & R4 weeknight leagues & weekend tournaments in Metro Vancouver.
- TFCA underwent a name change to TFC Volleyball (TFC) in January 2003 and became a social enterprise.
- TFC supports sustainability in volleyball through its Athlete Sponsorship Policy. Details in the FAQ section of the website.
- TFC is a member in good standing of the Vancouver Sport Network and Vancouver Field Sports Federation.
If you are interested in obtaining more information as a participant of TFC activities, or if you are interested in supporting or sponsoring TFC events, please contact us.
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- 1. Payment PolicyTo ensure your team League &/or Tournament spot, a non-refundable Bank ETransfer or a PayPal payment must be made. Remember to provide your email address and contact number, as well as, an email address and cell number of at least one other teammate when securing your team spot. Payment for a particular League / Tournament does not guarantee your registration for the ‘next’ League session or upcoming Tournament.
- 2. Net Set-Up / TakedownOur League / Tournament Coordinators will set-up the necessary equipment and ensure the surrounding area is safe for play. Of course no assistance from you will be turned away and is appreciated. It is the responsibility of every losing team, after their last match, to takedown and return / store the equipment properly away. We would appreciate if you could point out any defective equipment to the League / Tournament Coordinator.
- 3. Sub PlayersAn individual is only eligible to participate in League Play-Offs if they have subbed for the ‘same’ team at least one previous week. An individual is only eligible to participate in Tournament Play-Offs if they have subbed for ‘only’ one team, in at least one full game, in the round robin.
- 4. Supplying VolleyballsA bona-fide piece of primary identification or vehicle key is required to secure an indoor or outdoor volleyball for League or Tournament play.
- 5. Banning a PlayerAn individual shall be banned from competing in a League &/or Tournament for a session, event or entire calendar year if they are abusive or use foul language towards a Coordinator(s). We welcome calm, logical 2-way and constructive discussion.
- 6. R4 Rule Clarification – League & Tournament PlayTFC Volleyball created the R4 format in 1994 and is played with 2 men and 2 women on the court with a 3 metre line. R4 has been adopted by various volleyball entities throughout the Pacific Northwest and continues to grow in popularity.GRASS: If a team fields 3 players for the Thursday Grass R4 League they ‘must’ play with the Ghost Rule. The Ghost Rule applies to tournament play too. A Reverse Doubles (R2) grass league team ‘must’ field a team with 2 players of the opposite sex.INDOOR: If a league or tournament R4 team suffers an injury, the Ghost Rule shall apply and when it’s time for the Ghost to serve the remaining same sex person ‘must’ do so. The above 2 rulings will provide TFC Volleyball, teams & their opponents consistency, competitiveness and fair play taking into account the difference in playing surface.
- 7. Grass League – Rainout PolicyA Grass League ‘rainout’ will be posted on the HOME page (left sidebar) of the website www.TFCVolleyball.com, as well as, the TFC Player FaceBook Discussion Page at 4:30pm. It takes at least one calendar day for approval to join our FaceBook page.‘If’ incremental weather persists, the on-site Field Coordinator (in consultation with the League Director) may make a play or cancel decision at 6pm. Once play starts, the night is counted as a played week.If the league is cancelled for the night, we appreciate your assistance in bringing in the (full) net system.
- 8. Marijuana UseIndoor & outdoor TFC Volleyball staff are prohibited from using marijuana in any form 24 hours prior to a work shift.TFC Volleyball participants shall refrain from using marijuana in any form at any indoor or outdoor event. Event Coordinators have the authority to immediately eject marijuana users upon discovery & not provide a refund.
- 9. Cancellation PolicyYou receive a 100% refund if you cancel your league/tournament team one month before the event date. If you cancel less than a month before the event date you will be assessed a 10% administrative fee on your registration cost.
For TFC Volleyball, social responsibility is central to the way we do business. We contribute charitable dollars, from our indoor & outdoor Leagues & Tournaments, on an annual basis to the following organizations:
- Burnaby South Secondary School Athletic Program – $1000 from the annual 24 Hour Reverse Co-Ed 4’s Fundraiser.
- North Shore Hospice Society – $2000.
- Ride to Conquer Cancer – $2000.
- BC Children Miracle’s Network – $4000.
- MOvember (in support of prostate cancer research) – $2000.
Join Our Team
1. INDOOR LEAGUE COORDINATOR – Monday Tier 1/2 Womens 4’s @ Bonsor Recreation Complex, Burnaby from 7:15 – 10:30pm. Generally, 7 weeks of play per league.
If you are interested in being a part of our team, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Partnership with Volleyball BCEffective May 2018, TFC Volleyball will work in partnership with VBC in the promotion, development and community-building for the sport of volleyball in the Province of British Columbia. Both organizations will:
» Recognize each other operating entities with individual mandates, but also as partners to grow the sport of volleyball, make it more accessible with more opportunities to play, and create a more cohesive volleyball community across the province.
» Feature special news and event information on their respective websites and other avenues of communication with members.
- Indoor Net Rules
- Indoor R4s Rules
- Indoor W4 Rules
- Indoor W6 Rules
- Indoor CE6 Rules
- Grass R2s/R4s Rules
- Grass W2 Rules
- Grass League Tiebreaker