USA Volleyball Beach Open National Championships

Hermosa Beach, California

Sept. 28 - 29, 2019

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1 Pier Avenue (north side of the pier)
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254


Men's and Women's Open ($1,000 prize money in each gender)
Men's and Women AA
Men's and Women A
Men's and Women B
Men's Masters 45+ (must be or turning 45 in 2019)
Women's Masters 35+ (must or turning 35 in 2019)
Coed Open
Coed Masters (combined age of 75 by end of 2019)
Coed AA
Coed A
Coed B


Men's and Women's Open: Double elimination
All other divisions: Pool play then single elimination playoffs

All players must be registered USAV members.


Early Bird Registration: June 1 - August 1 5 p.m. PT

  • Open Division $87.42 per team
  • All other divisions $77.12 

Regular Registration: Deadline September 26, 5 p.m. PT

  • Open Division $107.42 per team
  • All other divisions $97.12 

"Late" Registrations after the event deadline is $125.00+ Tax + Fee for Open & $105+ tax + fee All other divisions if space is available.

Visit the USAV BracketPal page for registration information, costs and links.

Beach ParaVolley Clinic and Demonstration

Beach ParaVolley is a version of beach volleyball adapted for athletes who, typically, have some sort of limb loss. The game is 3v3 but utilizes the same rules, court size and net height as beach volleyball. More on Beach ParaVolley 

Beach ParaVolley Clinic: September 28, 9 - 10:30 a.m.

Come learn the skills of Beach ParaVolley from U.S. National Team parabeach athletes themselves! All ages and physical abilities are welcome, and participants will enjoy prizes and giveaways in addition to the classes.

For more information on the clinic, contact Michelle Goodall, Beach ParaVolley program coordinator.

Register for the clinic.

Beach ParaVolley Demonstration: September 28, 1 p.m.

See the best in action as members of the U.S. Beach ParaVolley and U.S. Sitting National Teams compete in an exhibition match! Stick around after the contest for a meet and greet with the athletes, many of whom are Paralympians.