September 25th Update: We are at the halfway point in the season. Information about the season-ending single elimination tournament has been posted on the front page of the website. All teams are automatically entered in the tournament. If your team does not want to participate, please let your coordinator know by October 1st so they can notify the league.

Important Info


Please use our Communication Form to communicate with the league. You can ask questions, share a positive experience, and report incidents of misconduct. By using the form, your questions will be routed to the appropriate people which will result in a quicker response to your questions and resolution of your issues!

Communication Form

The coach of the winning team is responsible for reporting the score of the match within 48 hours of the match being played.  Coaches can access score reporting from several places:
  • Report Scores menu option on the Portals->Coach menu
  • Report Score box in upper right corner of Coach Portal
  • Subscribe to Score Reporting Notifications and receive email with link on game day

    Scores can be entered and later updated using the email link. Scores can be entered and also re-submitted for up to 30 days on the Report Scores page

  • Aug 1 Team Registration Opens

    Aug 12 Coaches Clinic

    Aug 15 Gym Availability Due

    Aug 15 Team Registrations Due (all grades)

    Aug 26-27 Pre-Season Tourney

    Aug 28-30 Coordinator Schedule Review

    Aug 31 Schedules Available

    Sep 7 Rosters and Waivers Due

    Sep 8 Opening Weekend

    Oct 15 Regular Season Ends

    Oct 20-22 Tournament (all teams)

    Jan 10 (tentative) League Meeting

    Mar 1 Team Registration Opens

    Mar 15 Gym Availability Due

    Mar 15 Team Registrations Due

    Mar 29 Schedules Available

    Apr 4 Rosters and Waivers Due

    Apr 5 Opening Weekend

    May 12 Regular Season Ends

    May 17-19 Tournament

  • 3rd-12th grade teams
  • 10 game schedules
  • All grades girls rec divisions
  • Rec teams grouped by location
  • 4th, 5th, and 6th girls athletic divisions
  • 5th/6th and 7th/8th boys rec divisions
  • League schedules all games
  • League manages/assigns refs
  • Games at member gyms
  • Post-season tournament
  • $105 per team + ref fees
  • ALL parents/guardians must fill out the CPYVL Liability Waiver form for each of their children once per school year. Players will not be allowed to participate in league games until the waiver has been submitted. THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE FILLED OUT BY A PARENT/GUARDIAN, NOT THE COORDINATOR

    If you create a user account before you fill out a waiver form, you can view and edit your form from your Subscriber Portal. You must be logged into the web site when you fill out your waiver form to take advantage of this.

    Liability Waiver Form

    Please click on the PDF icons below to familiarize yourself with the rules for our girls volleyball leagues.

    League Rules (updated 9/28/23)

    Coach Codes of Conduct

    Parent Codes of Conduct

    Player Codes of Conduct

    Tournament Information

    Planning is underway for the season-ending tournament that will take place on Saturday, October 21st and Sunday, October 22nd (no Friday matches).  The majority of tournament brackets will take place on a single day but a few might take place over the course of two days due to the size of the brackets and gym availability.  All teams are automatically entered into the tournament unless they communicate to us through their coordinator by October 1st that they do not want to participate.  Teams will be split into brackets of 6-10 teams (mostly by winning percentage) and the winner and runner-up for each bracket will receive individual medals.  No team will play more than 4 matches in the tournament, and most of them, 3 or less.

    Here is some additional information about the tournament:

    1. Tournament matches will be played at various gyms around the city as well as Elite Athletic Sports Complex and Sports Express.  Please note that we cannot work around schedule conflicts for the tournament.
    2. A tentative gym schedule will be shared with coordinators no later than October 11th and will be based on gym availability specified on our website.
    3. As with regular season games, each coach will need to pay the referee $15, both teams should provide a lines person, and the "home team" should work the scoreboard.  The home team is always the higher seed.
    4. Since it is a single elimination tournament, if a team wins the first two sets, a third set will NOT be played.
    5. Individual medals will be given out to players on the 1st and 2nd place teams in each bracket.
    6. Recreational teams will not be moved up to play in athletic divisions for the tournament.  Teams, however, may be moved between different athletic divisions within the same age group based on regular season performance.
    7. The recreational divisions will typically be split into 6-10 team brackets based on regular season winning percentage across all pods.  So the "best" 6-10 teams will play in the A bracket, the next "best" 6-10 teams will play in the B bracket, etc ...  This is the same methodology we have used in the past.
    8. The schedule will be released on Tuesday evening, October 17th as we will base the bracket assignments and seedings on all regular season results as reported by 8pm on Sunday, October 15th.  If we can provide guidance on where brackets will be playing in advance of the 17th, we will do so.
    9. Once the schedule is released we CANNOT change it.  We have such a small window for these games, there can be absolutely no changes.  If a team cannot make it, they will need to forfeit the match and will need to pay the ref fee.
    10. If your team will NOT be participating in the tournament, coaches or coordinators please email the league no later than October 1st!

    About Us

    Amerileagues launched the new Cincinnati Premier Youth Volleyball League in the fall of 2016 to provide a community-based youth volleyball league in the Greater Cincinnati area. We partner with our member organizations to ensure the best possible volleyball experience for the youth of our communities and their families as well as our volunteer coaches. The CPYVL is committed to bringing a positive league experience to all of our members. We are a customer-focused league that is always looking to improve our operations based on the suggestions of our member organizations.