The MidAmerica Sports Center has nine (9) volleyball courts to accommodate tournaments, leagues, camps and open play. All courts are surfaced with hardwood courts. All courts have seating for spectator viewing.

MidAmerica has lots to offer for volleyball players of all ages and skill levels. We have both youth and adult tournaments as well as adult evening leagues. Feel free to explore this area for more information about the many services we have to offer.

FREE Volleyball Coaches Clinic

(07/25/17) -

  • When: Thursday August 3, 2017 7:30pm
  • What: Open to all Grade School, Middle School or CSAA Coaches looking for a some helpful drills and instructions.
  • Where: MidAmerica Sports Center 1906 Watterson Trail, Louisville, KY. 40299
  • Instructors:
    • Dan Palmer: Former Bellarmine Head Coach and AAU National Champions coach
    • Brett Versen: Sacred Heart Academy Head Coach and 2016 KY High School Volleyball State champions
    • And Others
    • MidAmerica Training Academy Calendar

      (05/11/17) - Click on Link Below for MidAmerica Training Calendar. MidAmerica Training Academy Calendar

      New wood floor updates

      (09/09/14) - Click on the link below for the latest video of the new hardwood floors and the progress on them. Update on the progress of the new wood floors | latest on the new floors - ready by Oct 1

      MSC is Home to the MidAmerica Volleyball Association

      The MidAmerica Volleyball Association Sharks (formerly the Louisville Attack Volleyball Club) are proud to call MidAmerica home. MAVA is a community-based volleyball club committed to developing and promoting the sport of volleyball from entry level player to the elite athlete. As a progressive club, our goal is to provide unparalleled instruction that insures the building of character, development of skills and sportsmanship, while providing a fun and nurturing environment for our volleyball players to reach their maximum playing potential. Our players will be challenged to excel, not only individually but also for the betterment of their teams and the community in which they live.