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About SPF

SPF Beach is proud to serve the youth athletics community of the Sacramento, Placer, & Folsom areas. We are dedicated to provide the highest-quality coaching to any and all athletes who are dedicated and motivated to enhancing and improving their levels of performance.

Our coaching roster is filled with highly-skilled and passionate coaches as well as numerous current and graduated collegiate & professional competitors. Each one of our coaches brings a unique and personalized style that streamlined SPF's climb to numerous podium finishes in our 1st season in 2019 throughout all of our age divisions.

SPF Beach is open to all athletes. Whether you are an indoor player seeking to utilize beach volleyball as a way to enhance your indoor game, or if you are a specialized beach player with the goal of competing at the collegiate or professional levels.

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SPF Beach is open to all athletes. Whether you are just beginning in your beach volleyball journey, an indoor player seeking to utilize beach volleyball as a way to enhance your indoor game, or if you are a specialized beach player with the goal of competing at the collegiate or professional levels.

COViD-19 Update: New orders announced

Since April 28th, cities and counties all over the Greater Sacramento area have been making announcements to the public regarding the COViD-19 shelter-in-place orders. Most, if not all, have allowed locally-mandated orders to expire in order to make way for the centralized, state-wide order to take over and take its place. This is the primary reason for all the local order expirations we are experiencing right now.

So, how do these events effect sand volleyball in the Greater Sacramento area then? The answer is, it does and it doesn't.

To a certain extent, California appears to have continued to allow the counties & cities to make their own decisions with regard to parks & recreation as the COViD-19.ca.gov website states, "Parks may be closed to help slow the spread of the virus. Check with local officials about park closures in your area".

Placer County made their announcement on April 29th. It stated it would allow it's local order to expire and defer to California's state-wide order. However, the parks & recreation websites of cities such as Roseville & Rocklin still display notifications of closures at this point in time, and defer all updates to their main city websites.

The City of Folsom, a city within the Sacramento County boundaries, made their announcement on April 30th, as well as by email notifications. Folsom's City Manager, Elaine Andersen, executed an emergency order that included giving some much needed relief for outdoor activities at city parks. On the list of available amenities was the usage of parks' sand volleyball courts. But, the announcement also went on to say, "No structured or organized practices, games, trainings, coaching, or team/league sports groups are permitted".

El Dorado County & Placerville made their announcement on April 28th. They, too, allowed their local order(s) to expire and defer to California's state order moving forward. The parks & recreation pages of El Dorado County and Placerville still show notifications of park closures at this time.

Based on communication with local officials in multiple regions, combined with the announcements about recent orders, SPF will continue its hold on any and all events, trainings, and practices until further notice. SPF understands it does provide organized and structured sport just like any of our fellow volleyball clubs do, and as much as SPF would love nothing more than to be training in the sand with our athletes, city facilities and local orders are currently not allowing organized and structured sports to occur.

SPF will continue to follow and track these recent orders, communicate with local parks & recreation officials, and research California's state-wide re-opening plan to help us better understand and anticipate when we can get back out in the sand.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! SPF is always available for our volleyball community.

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We are always excited to hear from our volleyball community!

Shoot us a message or give us a call/text at (916) 800-2496, and we will reply back to you as soon as possible.