Capt’n Bills is the East Coast’s premier sand volleyball facility with 10 courts. Whether you are a skilled player or just beginning, we offer leagues for all levels. With 3 bars serving cocktails and an impressive selection of craft beers, and a full kitchen dishing out good eats, we have you covered for a great night out.
Capt’n Bill’s is the East Coast’s premier sand volleyball facility with 10 lit courts. Whether you are a skilled player or just beginning, we offer leagues for all levels.
Register or find a team, connect with other players in search of teammates.
View schedules to find court assignments and times your team plays.
Add or drop players from your roster or see who you will be playing against.
Have questions about scheduling or the league format? Our FAQ’s will answer your questions.
There are “I Need A Team” forms at Capt’n Bill’s and on our website that you can fill out and post on the bulletin board and submit to an online list. We also have an individual sign up option on our website as well.
No, a new roster must be submitted by each team for a new league. But if you are using the same roster from season to season there is a “Use Last Seasons Roster” feature that will make the process super quick and convenient.
For the most part yes. But we do offer Mens and Womens triples league on Friday nights and in our Doubles leagues, we allow two females to play together if they choose to.
2 person teams can have up to 4 players, 3 person teams can have up to 6 players, 4 person teams can have up to 8 people on their roster and 6 person teams can have up to 12 people.
Sign-ups are taken by the team only. If you don’t have a team and want to play, fill out a form at Capt’n Bill’s or online at www.captnbills.com. Be sure to ask about our open roster teams where you can come and play in a league with others looking for a team. This is a great way to connect with others and hopefully form your own team to play in the league!
What teams decide to wear is completely up to the team, as long as it is appropriate for a family establishment. Some businesses prefer that players wear company shirts which is acceptable.
If a parent is playing on the team with the child, it is the parents discretion to the age the child should play, knowing the risks of injury and signing a release form for the child. If the parent is not playing on the team, the child must be at least 16 years old.
Captains have to have a roster in before the start of the league. Captains can make changes (add/drop) to their roster, by using their Players Corner Account. They can make these changes anytime during the season up to week 9 by.