About Us

Kings Langley Volleyball Club has been going since 1969.

Find Us

We train and play in the same location on a Sunday evening between 5-9pm.

Kings Langley Secondary School, Love Lane, Kings Langley, Herts, WD4 9HN.

Drive in through the main gates and follow the perimiter road straight ahead. The gym is the first building you come to. The entrance is close to the car park, but you can't see it when you park. Just walk around the building near the fenced court area.

Club Officers 2022/23

Chair - Maggie Burney

Secretary - Angelo Evangelou

Treasurer - Thierry Quijo

Welfare Officer - Sophie Turner

Fixtures Secretary - Duncan Worrell

Coaches - Trevor Dean / Angelo Evangelou

You can contact us via our contact page!

Important Documents

The 2023 AGM can be found here.

Our Safeguarding Policy can be found here.

The Club Constitution can be found here.

Since 1969

In 1969, a biology teacher at (the now demolished) Highfield Secondary School in Hemel Hempstead by the name of Chris Last enjoyed an evening volleyball class so much he decided to start a club both within the school and in the evenings outside the school. The club was called the Highfield and Hemel Hempstead Volleyball Club. The evening club players were the founders of the Hertfordshire Volleyball Association. The records for the HVA go back as far as the 1977/8 season, when Hemel Hempstead Volleyball Club is recorded as the winners of HVA Men's Division 1. By 1987, the club was well established, playing National League with both men's and women's teams. When the Hemel club folded, the majority of players carried on playing at Berkhamsted Sports Centre and reformed the club under the name of Berkhamsted Volleyball Club circa 1992. The club moved to Kings Langley (to train and play at the Rudolph Steiner School) in about 2011/2 and changed their name to Kings Langley Volleyball Club in 2013. The club moved a short distance in 2021 to a new base at Kings Langley School. We are the largest club by teams and league players in Hertfordshire. Thanks Mr Last!