About Pan Volleyball

Pan Volleyball is about sports and friendship. Everyone is welcome regardless of level, age, gender, sexuality, religion, ethnicity … or whatever other grouping you may think about. We are a diverse club with players of all levels and from more than 15 countries. We have fun together, we train together as one big team, and our skilled trainer ensures that you can develop at your own pace.

We practice and play three times a week, and after each session we like to drink a beer or soda together. Having a great time in and outside the court is incredibly important to all of us. In addition to various spontaneous events, we hold an annual Christmas party and a summer party. The extent to which you want to take part in training sessions and social events is totally up to you.

Some of us also participate in different tournaments at home and abroad, including LGBT tournaments. Of course, it is optional to participate in tournaments, but there is room for both experienced and beginners. Regardless of your level, there will be an opportunity to meet players from all over the world and feel the team spirit and fighting spirit. We have also arranged tournaments ourselves with our sister club in Malmö.

Do you want to see if Pan Volleyball is something for you, then attend one of our trainings or send an email to our volleyball friend. We promise to take good care of you. You can come and join three trainings before deciding if you want to become a member. We look forward to playing with you!

When and Where

We train at two different arenas, 3 times a week. The seasons cover September – December and January – August. During the summer break we will be playing beach volleyball at Amager Strandpark when the weather allows it.

There are changing facilities at all addresses.

Beach Volleyball: Indoor training times 2017/2018:

Monday: 20.00 – 21:30

Valby Hafnia-Hallen

Julius Andersens Vej 6; 2450 København SV

Volleyball: Indoor training times 2017/2018:

Wednesday: 18.45 – 20:30

Valby Hafnia-Hallen

Julius Andersens Vej 6; 2450 København SV

Friday: 18:00 – 20:00

Ryparken Hallen

Lyngbyvej 110; 2100 København

Your Volley Friend

It is important to us that you feel welcome as soon as you wish to be a part of Pan Volleyball. Therefore, a couple of outgoing, friendly and more advanced players will be ready to greet you at your first training session – or meet up with you before if you wish to. One of these players will introduce you, answer your questions and provide you with the information that you need. It will also be your Volley Friend, who will make sure to invite you to our social events so that you will quickly become part of our team.

All players in Pan Volley are helpful and will also take care of you when you show up for your first training session, but your Volley Friend will be there to accommodate you for the first month or so for you to always a person to go to if you have any questions.

We have come up with ‘Volley Friends’ because we want new players to feel welcome from day one. We know that it can be uncomfortable to be new in a large group of people, so hopefully it will be nice for you to have this kind of go-to person. It is important for us that you feel comfortable and have a nice experience at your first training sessions.

Price

Membership fee for Pan Volleyball is 300 DKK per half year.

If you like to participate in SVBK trough Pan Volleyball then we have an additional fee of 200 DDK per half year.

In addition to the sports fee there is a club membership fee which is 340 DKK annually (or 170 DDK per half year)

The half year membership fee is either 470 DKK or 670 DKK depending of what activities you participate in.

What we do

Pan Volley Vs Amager VK2

Pan Volley Vs Rødovre 3nd set

Pan Volley Vs Rødovre 1st set

Pan Volley Vs Rødovre 2nd set

How to play

Volleyball is a technically difficult sport which is why most people go through hours of training to get the hang of the most basic moves and rules. As a new player you will of course get to train all of this, but it can be an advantage for you if you already have a basic understanding of the game. You can watch this video to get an idea of volleyball and its basic components. Everything that the video goes through will also be part of the training sessions and you should always feel free to ask your Volley Friend our coach, or any other skilled player if you have any questions concerning the game, the rules or something.

The 6 basic skills are:

Serve

A common known overhand serve is the Float Serve – Learn how to do the float serve

Spike

Especially timing can be difficult for new players – Watch this video to improve spiking and timing

Pass

Pass – A pass is the first ball that comes over the net from the other team. At trainings we also refer to it as a reception – See the basics of passings in this video

Block

There is a difference between middle blocks and outside blocks – Watch how to make outside block here

Set

The setter is the one that receives the pass. That is the 2nd ball on the same site. See the fundamentals of setting here

Dig

We do not use this skill very often but it is good to know – Watch how to dig here

How to play

Volleyball is a technically difficult sport which is why most people go through hours of training to get the hang of the most basic moves and rules. As a new player you will of course get to train all of this, but it can be an advantage for you if you already have a basic understanding of the game. You can watch this video to get an idea of volleyball and its basic components. Everything that the video goes through will also be part of the training sessions and you should always feel free to ask your Volley Friend our coach, or any other skilled player if you have any questions concerning the game, the rules or something.

The 6 basic skills are:

Serve

A common known overhand serve is the Float Serve – Learn how to do the float serve

Set

The setter is the one that receives the pass. That is the 2nd ball on the same site. See the fundamentals of setting here

Block

There is a difference between middle blocks and outside blocks – Watch how to make outside block here

Pass

Pass – A pass is the first ball that comes over the net from the other team. At trainings we also refer to it as a reception – See the basics of passings in this video

Spike

Especially timing can be difficult for new players – Watch this video to improve spiking and timing

Dig

We do not use this skill very often but it is good to know – Watch how to dig here

Steering committee Pan Volleyball

Peter Schwennesen

Peter Schwennesen

Chairman

volleyball@panidraet.dk

Horatiu Paltan

Horatiu Paltan

Turneringer

volleytournament@panidraet.dk

Stephen Holst

Stephen Holst

Volley friend

volleyvenner@panidraet.dk

Stefan de Graff

Stefan de Graff

Finance

finans_volleyball@panidraet.dk

Martin Dover

Martin Dover

Communication

volleycomm@panidraet.dk

Clara Grijalvo Jakobsen

Clara Grijalvo Jakobsen

Finans

finans_volleyball@panidraet.dk

Michael Detlef Petersen

Michael Detlef Petersen

Socail Activity

volleyevent@panidraet.dk

Naron Him-Janecki

Naron Him-Janecki

Media

volleymedia@panidraet.dk

Coach Pan Volleyball

Alex Sigdman

Alex Sigdman

Coach

volleycoach@panidraet.dk

Contact

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