School Volleyball programmes in full swing in Montenegro

by Press

The Volleyball Federation of Montenegro (OSCG) continues to work to grow the next generation of Volleyball players with the help of the CEV School Project ‘Play Volleyball – Grow with it’. 

The so-called ‘Free Volleyball School’ programme is up and running, and it has already involved as many as 200 young boys since the start of the school year. The OSCG recently visited schools in Pljevlja and Rožaje. In Bijelo Polje, a school named after Dusan Korac has joined the programme for the very first time, with some 20 boys attending the opening training session run there by the OSCG.


The highly successful EKO mini volleyball league with almost 900 participants is in full swing too. Matches have been contested across all age groups, namely girls born in 2011/2012, girls born in 2013/2014, and boys born in 2011. The youngsters are all visibly eager to play. In November alone, matches of the EKO mini volleyball league were played over two weekends. The next competition day is set for December 3, 2023.

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