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Go Spike Big Weekend - Where will You Play?

Go Spike Big Weekend - Where will You Play?


The Go Spike Big Weekend is just over a week away, so there's no better time to start planning where you will play volleyball on the bank holiday weekend (28th, 29th and 30th May).


With 52 free events confirmed which are taking place up and down the Country from St Ives to Newcastle Upon Tyne, the Go Spike Big Weekend is going to be an action packed weekend of volleyball.  There are events taking place in leisure centres, in parks, and on the sand – however you want to play volleyball, make sure you get involved!


To find your nearest Big Weekend Come and Try event take a look at the Go Spike Session Finder here. Simply type in your postcode, make sure only the Big Weekend Events are selected and hit 'Search' to display the closest Big Weekend event to you.

We are willing the sun to be shining so there is no better excuse to get outside and give volleyball a go!

The 2016 Big Weekend in Numbers:*

  • 263 hours of cumulative free to play volleyball
  • 11 events confirmed in the North
  • 10 events confirmed in the Midlands
  • 31 events confirmed in the South
  • 11 events at beach facilities
  • 34 events on grass facilities
  • 7 events at indoor facilities
  • 5 events including Sitting Volleyball
  • 33 events on Saturday 28th May
  • 17 events on Sunday 29th May
  • 19 events on Monday 30th May
  • 7 events run by Go Spike FIVB Beach Activation Programme funded facilities
  • 6 events run by Higher Education Volleyball Officers Universities


Social media is a great way to spread the word of volleyball so why not follow us on Facebook (search Go Spike) and Twitter (@Go_Spike) – and be sure to stay up to date with the Go Spike Big Weekend using the hashtag  #GoSpikeBW16.  If you have any questions, give us a call on 01509 227722, or email us at


*figures accurate as of 20th May 2016