Players always wanted...

If you want to join a club covering various standards and indeed generations then look no further! We have a range of teams so you can play as seriously or just for fun as you please.

We are at the beginning of the season and have been forced to moved location with the closure of Aviva in Dorking so we will now be in Chessington on Thursday nights.

Our numbers of players is looking low at the moment as the relocation and change in nights causes disruption for some so if you're interested please drop us a line on the contact page and come along.

Chessington confirmed as new venue

It's confirmed we are moving training night and location.

We will be training on Thursday nights at 20:00 - 22:00.

First night at the new location is 13th October 2016:

Chessington Sports Centre,
Garrison lane,

New venue...

Time for change as our existing venue is closing down. We've been hoping there might be a chance of mind but the whole place is shutting down.

So we've been on the hunt for somewhere else and at the moment it's looking like we will be heading to Chessington on a Thursday night 20:00 - 22:00 - to be confirmed.

It's a shame to be pushed out of the old place go but with it brings chance for change. We'll be entering two teams in the Surrey 2016-2017 league and always welcome new members so contact as and come along.

Flyer update...

This is our flyer going up around the local area. Just trying to raise interest and recruit new players and members to the club so we can continue to operate and play the great game we enjoy.

SVL entries for next season are due at the beginning of August. In order to continue to run 2 teams we will need at least 14, preferably 16-18 fit, committed players. We therefore need to recruit - if possible by the end of July.

Mole Valley 1st: 3 - 0 : Richmond

Mole Valley 1st: 3 - 0 : Richmond
(25-11, 25-15, 25-13)
Surrey Volleyball Association Division 1

Mole Valley Volleyball Club’s first match of the 2012/13 season, for the reigning division 1 champions, was against Richmond. It would be the first match that MV1 would play without their Estonian star, Margus Piik. However, a few new faces graced the team with Ray Barlow and Gazz Bevan both playing their debut games.