Freezone Volleyball Club

Freezone Tournaments

Freezone Volleyball Club acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional custodians of the lands on which we meet and play, primarily the Gadigal  & Wanngal people of the Eora Nation, and we pay our respect to their Elders past & present.


Freezone Volleyball Club is Sydney’s LGBQTI friendly volleyball club, encouraging players from all levels and experience to enjoy volleyball and play together. All players, referees and spectators are reminded that this is a LGBQTI friendly event, and will be conducted in a spirit of good sportsmanship. Behaviour that is deemed to be contrary to the spirit and intent of promoting health and fitness within the LGBQTI population will not be tolerated; and may result in ejection from the premises or tournament disqualification if brought to the attention of the Tournament Director/President, as per the Freezone Constitution.

The club organises 2 tournaments each calendar year. 

February tournament  - MG Mixer is organised as part of the Sydney LGBTQI+ mardi gras season. September tournemnt - Spring Fling is organised at the start of spring to signify the start of the summer playing season.  Explore the links from our website above, to see the rules and any specific information for each tournament. 

For Freezone competitions, the emphasis is on enjoyment, social atmosphere and skill development. All games shall be played as per the Official Volleyball Rules of FIVB, except to the extent that they are negated or modified by these rules. All rules are open to the interpretation of the referee/supervisor and their decision is final.

Freezone provides a gay and lesbian friendly environment to meet people in a sports setting, not a pub, bar, sex or dance club. Recreational players are encouraged to maintain fitness whilst having fun playing a game they enjoy.Tournaments during key gay and lesbian festivals provides access to sporting participation for visitors and locals alike.

Links to interstate associations and clubs provides access to play interstate tournaments throughout the year. Sexual preference should not be a barrier to sporting participation in any level at any time.


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