What To Get a Volleyball Player For Christmas

  0 Kenedy McGrath | December 23rd, 2016 | Lifestyle

Tis the season to be jolly, but the stress of buying presents can ruin the joy of the holidays and buying a present for a volleyball player can be tough. Before it is too late and you have nothing to give your volleyballer, here is a break down of what a volleyball player really wants for Christmas (or Hannukah, or Kwanza, or the Winter Solstice, or Festivus).

Every volleyball player already has the equipment they already need so there is no point of stuffing the stockings with knee pads and socks or shoving volleyballs under the tree.

A great stocking stuffer for a volleyball player would be sneaker balls which is like an air freshener for smelly sweaty shoes. Let’s be honest, this is a gift that will benefit everyone this coming season.

Personalized gifts are super easy and thoughtful and there are plenty of ideas that could make your volleyball player’s Christmas. Personalized water bottles, key chains, bumper stickers, and headbands are useful and original cheap present ideas.

Some of the best memories and life long friends are made on club, high school, and college teams, so a great last minute gift idea will be a collage of photos from the great times of the season. Newspaper cut outs and teammate’s personal messages on photos make great additions to collagas.

A great gift idea that will for sure put a smile on your volleyball player’s face is a full body massage or a foot massage before club season or off season begins.

The holidays aren’t all about gift giving but you will for sure make your volleyball player’s holiday with a gift that is out of the box that can be used on or off the court!

Happy Holiday’s from Volleymob.com

Leave a Reply


About Kenedy McGrath

Kenedy McGrath

Started writing for volleymob in December 2016 Graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.A. in Multimedia Communications on a full-ride volleyball scholarship as a libero. Originally from Hermosa Beach, California Kenedy started to play indoor and beach volleyball at 9 years-old. She first began as a setter and then realized being only 5'5 …

Read More »

Don't want to miss anything?

Subscribe to our newsletter and receive our latest updates!