AVP is the Professional Beach Volleyball Tour in the US.  Texas Volleyball Tour is proud to be an exclusive partner with AVP again in 2019. Learn about AVPNext, AVPFirst, AVP America, membership, points and much more below. See the Tournaments page for the TVT Schedule.


All TVT athletes that play in AVP sanctioned events must be a current AVP Member. A current AVP Membership # is required to register.

The AVP program is membership-based and offers a variety of benefits to players.  By signing up for an AVP membership, players are eligible to compete in any AVP certified events nationwide.  Membership is valid for 1 year.  Registration for membership can be completed below.


2019 AVP Schedule Coming Soon…


In 2019 Texas Volleyball Tour will host an AVPNext Gold event and U26 event in Texas, each event will award 2 main draw bids.

The official developmental program of the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour and serves as the exclusive “qualification circuit” for elite amateur players to earn AVP qualification points, a national ranking and entry into AVP main draws.

In the 2019 season, there will be six AVPNext Gold events and two AVPNext U26 tournaments throughout the nation, giving all beach athletes an opportunity to develop their skills and earn a chance to compete against the best pros in the world at one of the Pro Tour’s marquee SoCal events.  Along with the chance the earn a Main Draw bid, every certified AVPNext event will give athletes AVP points to climb the rankings.

2019 AVPNext Gold & U26 Schedule coming soon…

AVPFirst Juniors

AVPFirst is the youth side of the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour. Texas Volleyball Tour’s Junior Beach Series runs AVPFirst sanctioned events that allow Junior Beach athletes to earn points for a chance to play in the AVPFirst National Championships in California.


In 2018 AVP merged with Volley America to become AVP America (AVPA).  AVP America is now the largest grassroot outdoor volleyball organization in the United States.