About BG Lions

what makes us unique

history
Born out of pure love for the game

BG Lions London volleyball club is a social cause, tracing its roots in the parks of East London. It all started back in 2017 when a group of friends, all of whom working busy City jobs, found relief from the working week stress by playing grass volleyball over the hot summer weekends. Our passion for the sport did not grow any weaker and in the early days of 2018 we decided that the time has come to form an official volleyball club, which is to start its journey from the lowest levels of amateur volleyball in England.



mission & vision
Open to all

Our Club is open to people of all backgrounds and abilities! Our mission is to provide opportunities to the hard-working professionals within the City of London to enhance their mental wellbeing via physical exercise and playing their favourite sport. Our practice sessions and home fixtures are taking place late in the evenings during the work week and on weekends and located only a convenient 10-minute journey from the City's high-rise glass buildings.

We are a non-profit organisation and fully-accredited member of Volleyball England and the London Volleyball Association.

meet the committee

2019-2020 season
Chairman

Georgi is responsible for the overall management of the Club and for the organization and chairing of Executive Committee meeting and AGMs. He has authority to delegate powers to other Officers.

secretary

Slavi is the main contact for the Club and respond to any queries from members and external parties. Also responsible for passing on any information from Volleyball England and the London Volleyball Association to club members, as relevant and for the registration of the Club’s teams and players for competitions.

Treasurer

Niki is responsible for all club finances. Her duties include the management of the Club's bank account; producing an end of year financial report for the AGM; ensuring all club members have paid membership fees owing; arranging payment to match and training venues, as well as match officials.

Welfare Officer

Mimi is responsible for ensuring that the Club follows the guidelines in the Volleyball England Child Protection Policy; ensuring that Welfare is an item on committee meeting agendas; She further coordinates the Club's Diversity Policies and ensures that the members' skills are fully utilised in promoting the Lions' success.

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