Lenzie Volleyball Club was formed in the summer of 1990 by David McEwan a PE teacher and senior pupils from Lenzie Academy. Initially most of the members came from the school but as the years passed many members joined coming from many parts of the central belt of Scotland to the present day when us Scots have been joined by others from various European countries. Initially the club established itself within the district league structure but quickly applied for registration into the national leagues as the enthusiasm to improve grew. Over the years success was gained as the men moved from the bottom division 5 to their current standing in the SVL1 (division 2). The women had similar success in moving from division 3 to the top division but as numbers dropped trying to sustain a women's team became unworkable.
To encourage and promote the sport of volleyball to the highest level possible and to do all things that will contribute directly or indirectly to the above, provided such actions are not contrary to the rules of our governing body, the Scottish Volleyball Association
The club has two main activities, one is sport and the other social. Members can choose whether to train or help with the organisation/officiating duties involved with running the club. Those more enthusiastic, competitive members become involved in the playing squad where the object is to produce the best possible volleyball.
The second is social where all members past and present can come together away from the games hall to socialise and develop relationships - our quiz nights and barbecues are legendary.