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2024 ONTARIO VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Event Guide for Fans

Welcome to Waterloo â€“ host of the 2024 Ontario Volleyball Championships!

More than 750 teams and 9,000 athletes from across Ontario will compete at the championships in Waterloo Region throughout the month of April. The Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA) championships are the largest youth amateur volleyball event in the province. Cheer on your favourite team, and enjoy the action as you take in one of Canada’s premier sporting events!


OVA Champs App

Download the OVA Champs App to stay up-to-date on the championships!

Access updates, scores, schedules, videos, live streams, athlete interviews, as well as information on dining, shopping and entertainment options while you’re in Waterloo Region.

Don’t miss a second of the Ontario Championships action: download the OVA Champs app!


Competition Venues

The Ontario Volleyball Championships will be held at two Waterloo Region venues:
RIM Park in Waterloo and Conestoga College in Kitchener


Game and Schedule Information

Event schedules can be found on the OVA website. You can also sign up to receive live updates with Advanced Event Systems (AES).

Keep up-to-date on the action on social, and tag us on your OVC posts!
Ontario Volleyball Association: Instagram , Facebook and X (#OVAChamps)
Explore Waterloo Region Sport Hosting Office: Instagram (#ExploreWR)

All games throughout the championships are free to attend.


Local Transportation

Graphic image promoting free rides for Ontario Volleyball players and staff throughout the Ontario Volleyball Championships

All OVA athletes, coaches, and referees can enjoy complementary transit service on event days with Grand River Transit (GRT). Simply present your badge to the operator before boarding a GRT bus or show it to a fare inspector on ION trains, and ride with ease to and from the venue.

Travel stress-free thanks to GRT and the Explore Waterloo- Sport Hosting Office.

To view the GRT schedule and plan your transit journey, visit grt.ca

ION Light Rail Transit

ION is Waterloo Region’s light rail transit (LRT) system. It runs between Waterloo’s Conestoga Mall (the closest ION stop to RIM Park) and Kitchener’s Fairview Park Mall. ION trains connect passengers to the existing bus system (Grand River Transit), making it easy to travel across the region. Use their trip planner for information about routes and schedules.

Bus

Grand River Transit (GRT) is the public transit operator for the Region of Waterloo. It operates daily bus services in the region, primarily in the cities of Cambridge,  Kitchener,  and Waterloo. GRT operates five iXpress routes that provide frequent, limited-stop express service along major corridors in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo. It also operates Route 302 which runs between Fairway Station in Kitchener and Ainslie Street Terminal in Cambridge connecting riders to Route 301 ION light rail service. Route 302 offers express service similar to iXpress, but also features more comfortable high-back seats, free Wi-Fi and USB chargers.

GRT Schedules and Maps can be found here.


Between Matches

Whether you’re looking for a great place to eat, places to see or things to do, there’s lots to Explore in Waterloo Region!


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