New due prices starting Nov. 1st, 2021

Season runs from November – July

5% discount for full payments up front

  • Club:
    • $3,300 annually
    • $367 monthly
    • Drop In: $35 per session
  • Competitive (3x per week):
    • $3950 annually
    • $439 monthly
    • Drop In: $55 per session
  • Competitive (4x per week):
    • $4600 annually
    • $439 monthly
    • Drop In: $55 per session

Ok, so you have some beach volleyball skills but you are not yet ready to travel all over the place to play. This is the group for you. Our club group is focused on taking the basic skills and applying them to all of the basic movements necessary to compete in the sport. In order to be a part of this group, athletes need to be able to serve, pass, set and hit with consistency. This group will be required to compete in local tournaments but do not have to go to national qualifier tournaments if they choose not to. In order to move out of this group and into our 16’s competitive group, players will need to be extremely consistent with location of their serve, passing, setting and hitting. They must also play in tournaments on a consistent basis to help to develop their game strategies.

  1. Two training sessions per week
  2. Tournament coaching
  3. Does not include event fees (tournament entry fees or clinic fees for pro/college events)

RPM Sand’s 18s are nationally recognized as some of the best players in the country on a consistent basis. These are the players who have jumped in with both feet and started to sprint toward their goals with the sport. It is not uncommon for this group to have players from out of state clubs travel to Arizona to train with it. While not all athletes who are in this program decide to pursue beach volleyball at the collegiate level, they are all well prepared to do so. The focus of this group is to polish each player’s game and help them to make their game their own. RPM’s 18s have a tradition of being highly recruited athletes for college. The overwhelming majority of RPM Sand 18s go on to compete at the collegiate level and the majority of those are D1 athletes.

  1. Three or four training sessions per week
  2. Tournament coaching
  3. Does not include event fees (tournament entry fees or clinic fees for pro/college events)