Born in USA, Volleyball is a more than 100-year-old sport that is, even today, played with a lot of love and enthusiasm. And the best part about this game is that volleyball can be enjoyed virtually anywhere a net can be set up, including over a swimming pool. Basic volleyball skills include serving, passing and setting, spiking, blocking, and digging. So, to get you well versed with this skill of keeping things in the air, we have compiled a list of public volleyball courts in Mumbai that you can go practice at.
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IIT Bombay, Powai
Claimed to be one of the best volleyball court in town, IIT Bombay has three synthetic indoor courts and two outdoor courts. The most enthusiastic clubs at the institute, they are committed to training athletes to perform at their highest level by uniting talented and passionate players.
Bhavans College, Andheri
Like in most college in Mumbai, students in this college too are hugely encouraged to participate in sports. Apart from a well-equipped gymkhana, you can enjoy the expertise of some of the best coaches and latest equipments as well. The college also has a volleyball court which is open for public use as well.
Pillai HOC Educational Campus, Panvel
This vast campus is home to 10 educational institutions (from schools to professional colleges), but the main attraction of this campus is its huge outdoor sports arena. The ground spans across 8.75 acres and has three volleyball courts. The courts are open for public in the evening, so anyone living around there must make the most of this.
Navi Mumbai Sports Association, Vashi
At NMSA fitness is an elixir for health. They have rather good arrangements for those interested in volleyball, and their space can be easily used by non-members too. While members can avail the facility for free, non-members need to just pay a nominal fee.
Somaiya Vidhyavihar, Ghatkopar
Equipped with international level infrastructure, Somaiya's Sports Academy is an integral part of the institute. They have arrangements for multiple sports including basketball, lawn tennis, football, squash, skating, cricket and volleyball. While this is for encouraging students to participate in sports, their resources are available to sports enthusiasts as well, where they can 'pay and play'.