The Reds welcome any schools, groups or organisations who wish to affiliate with the Club to get in contact with the Club to find out what benefits you can receive by affiliating with the Reds Volleyball Club.
Please contact Club President, Anthony Meo, via our Contact Form to find out more.
Volleyball Western Australia
The Reds Volleyball Club is an affiliated club of Volleyball Western Australia. Volleyball WA is the governing body of the sport in Western Australia. As the peak administrative body of Volleyball in Western Australia, Volleyball WA partners with businesses, organisations, schools, clubs and community groups to promote Volleyball as ‘the game for all’.
To find out more about Volleyball Western Australia please visit their website and their social media pages.
Reds and Curtin University formed a partnership in 2019 to provide Curtin students with the opportunity to play competitive volleyball in the Western Australian Volleyball League.
The Reds are proud to be affiliated with Curtin Sport and Recreation and welcome Curtin students, alumni and staff to compete for the Reds in WAVL State League and Divisions competitions.
To find out more about Curtin University Sport and Recreation please visit their website via stadium.curtin.edu.au.
Santa Maria College
Santa Maria have been affiliated with the Reds since the Club’s foundation in 2018.
The Club had three Santa Maria teams play under the Reds banner in the WAVL Junior League in 2019. Reds are excited to provide a junior athlete pathway for Santa Maria students to compete in the Junior League and other WAVL competitions.
To find out more about Santa Maria College, please visit the website via santamaria.wa.edu.au.
Aquinas College have been affiliated with the Reds since the Club’s foundation in 2018.
The Club had four Aquinas teams compete in the WAVL Junior League. Reds are excited to provide a junior athlete pathway for Aquinas students to compete in the Junior League and other WAVL competitions.
To find out more about Aquinas College, please visit the website via www.aquinas.wa.edu.au.
Reds is a Level 3 Good Sports club. Our club is committed to strengthening the community with our members and their families. As a Good Sports Level Three club, we are proud of our efforts in promoting health and well-being while reducing risky alcohol drinking and ensuring smoke-free areas. Our club is a healthy, safe and family-friendly environment.
We manage the sale and use of alcohol responsibly, have both an alcohol management policy and safe transport policy endorsed by our club committee that is communicated to members, and our bar servers have completed responsible service of alcohol training. We do not rely on alcohol for Club income by seeking other income opportunities through sponsorship and fundraising. Together, we are helping inspire a healthier sporting nation. Speak to the Reds Committee about what being a Good Sports club is all about or visit www.goodsports.com.au.
Reds is a recognised True Sport club. True Sport is a campaign that supports local sporting clubs, associations and community groups to use eight values to share the benefits of sport and recreation to our whole community because we believe the way we play together shapes the way we live together.
The eight values of True Sport are: Bring your best, Have fun, Give back, Play fair, Be healthy, Include one and all, Show respect and Be safe.
The Reds are proud to promote these values to our members and encourage all players, coaches and parents to demonstrate these values, both on and off the court. Speak to the Reds Committee about the True Sport program or visit www.truesport.com.au for more information.