NEVZA Youth Beach Volleyball Championships 2024

Welcome to Bridlington

The NEVZA Youth Beach Volleyball Championships 2024 is heading to Bridlington from 25th to 27th June - and Volleyball England can't wait to welcome players and officials from all competing nations.

The tournament is to be contested by female and male players at both U18 and U20 level.



Event news

Nations represented

There is set to be a total of seven nations represented at the NEVZA Youth Beach Volleyball Championships 2024.

Hosts England will be joined by teams fellow NEVZA-member countries Sweden, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.

Although not members of NEVZA, Scotland and Ireland have also been invited and have sent teams to compete.


The venue and some history

Bridlington is a seaside coast in the East Riding of Yorkshire and is situated on the East Coast of England.

With history as an important Roman port and also the site of a medieval priory that can still be visited today, the town was (and still is) home to fleets of fisherman and is now most commonly known as a resort for people to get away and relax.

The beach volleyball event is being hosted on Bridlington Beach itself, with support from Skyball Beach Volleyball Club, which is based in the town.

The club regularly hosts UK Beach Tour events each summer and will stage the Yorkshire Series and Four-Star Northern Open this year. 

Although the South Beach, where volleyball is played does not have a postcode, the postcode for the nearby Princess Mary Promenade is Y015 3LG. 

England last hosted a NEVZA event in 2018 when the NEVZA U17 and U19 Championships (indoor) were contested at the National Volleyball Centre in Kettering. 

Prior to that, the NEVZA Senior Beach Volleyball Championships were held in Bournemouth in 2016. 

Location


England selections

The following England selections have been made for the NEVZA Youth Beach Volleyball Championships 2024:

Women’s U18 NEVZA 

Alice Jagielska and Molly Quinn 

Anna Szentessy and Tilly Hutton 

Elisa Jarmon and Lottie Levich 

Daniella Tchandeu and Krystina Ngatcha 

Robyn Clifford and Olivia Cross 

(Reserve Players – Keeva Pengally, Cheryl Manfredini da Cruz, Jennifer Rates) 

Men’s U18 NEVZA 

Bailey Harsum and Lewis Bunton 

Josh Sturland and Stuart Perry 

Maks Makowski and Josh Cosgrove 

Zak Maghur and Luca Robinson  

Dylan Parsons and Emmanuel Oretoye 

(Reserve Players – Luas Rijvers, Otto Alverez, Rease Jarmon)

 

Women's U20 NEVZA 

Maia Darling and Anja Erminio 

Heidi Bright and Katie Touhey 

Izzy Hames and Charlie Chambers 

  

Men’s U20 NEVZA 

Peter Soczewka and Rob Morgan (pictured above, after winning Commonwealth Youth Games bronze in 2023) 

Oliver Tuck and George Ruddick 

Tom Lycett and Harry Brett 

(Reserve Players – Harry Hebbard and Ben Sanders).


Spectator details

Spectators are welcome to watch the action on Bridlington Beach on the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (25th to 27th June) when matches are played.

Live viewing of matches is free of charge. Spectators are asked to respect the players and officials at all times and behave appropriately.

Refreshment vendors are located within a short walking distance of the tournament's courts.

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