Lions Volleyball Academy is one of the top Volleyball academies in Singapore and boasts the highest calibre coaches on the Island.
Led by former Indoor and Beach Volleyball professional players, Jerome Fischer and Julien Guyonvarch, the Academy aims to improve each player's Volleyball ability as well as helping individuals become the best version of themselves - on and off the court.
Our coaches live and breathe Volleyball and have witnessed the growing interest in the sport within Singapore. They are excited to be part of this burgeoning interest in Volleyball and are ready to share their passion with all-comers - especially at the grassroots level.
Volleyball is one of the most practiced sports in the world. It is a team sport, without physical contact with an opponent, where teammates must rely on each other, and their own mental resources, to get the better of the other team.
We coach and practice both forms of Volleyball (Indoor and Beach) in a playful and competitive spirit that allows each player to go beyond his or her own limits and progress in all technical, physical, tactical and strategic dimensions.
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Coach Fischer is a former professional volleyball player in the prestigious French Volleyball League. He integrated the French national center of volleyball in 1990 and has played for several pro clubs such as Montpellier, Nice, Castres and Toulouse in the Elite Divisions (Pro A and Pro B). Coach Fischer has been French champion in Pro B league with Nice in 1993 and was selected in the French national teams for U15, U18, U20, University and France Senior.
Coach Guyonvarch is former professional indoor volleyball and beach volleyball player. He played several years at the highest level in France before choosing to sacrifice professional sports for university. Julien continued to play indoor and beach volleyball, winning several intermediate-level tournaments (series 2 & 3). He topped the French Beach Volleyball team rankings which enabled him to participate at the highest level of French national tournaments (series 1).