About NeVoBo and Gay Competition
BEAT THE COMP!
Rules and engagements
Netzo teams play in the Nevobo competition. In the Amsterdam region Nevobo has an autumn competition (September – December) and a spring competition (January – May). Every six months a team can promote to a higher or degrade to a lower level. Only Men1 plays in the regional competition, with a year schedule (September – May).
In spring 2020 one women’s team is taking part in the Nevobo competition (4th class) as well as seven men’s teams (1st, 3rd (two teams), 5th (two teams) and 6th class (two teams).
Each team has to referee several games. Netzo must provide referees for all home games of the Netzo teams. Our refereeing coordinator Konrad makes a schedule and distributes that to each of the teams. It is up to the team itself to decide which team member will referee what game in the schedule.
Everybody is able to qualify as a referee (for 3th – 6th class games) after taking the test on the Nevobo website. If you passed the final test, you receive a notification in your Nevobo account that you are qualified as referee.
If you play a match you have to fill out the Nevobo membership codes of all players and your coach on the competition form in the mobile app. When you are refereeing a game, you also have to fill in your Nevobo membership code.
RESCHEDULING A GAME
If a team does not have enough players for a competition game, you can try to change the competition date.
BENELUX GAY COMPETITION ('HOMOCOMPETITIE')
Rules and engagements
ABOUT GAY COMPETITION
Extended information can be found of the website of Gay Competition.
The Benelux Gay Competition Volleyball is played on six Sundays from October to May. Teams from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany take part. You can form your own team and sign up via the website.
The gay competition takes place in the sports hall Olympos in Utrecht, from 11 till 18 o’clock.
HOW IT WORKS
The first five Sundays contain of a ladder competition; at the end of each day the winner promotes itself to a higher level for the next tournament day, and the team that became last will take a step back to a lower level.
The last Sunday four levels will be played: A-1, A-2, B-1, B-2 and C.