In brief...

The 2005-06 season was very successful for the club, with our profile being raised by good runs in the National Cups and the london Challenge. The men's first and second teams competed well and eventually took 2nd and 3rd positions in the highly competitive London League, with the men's first team showing they could mix it withg the best by beating over half of the National League Division 1 teams during the season.

Unfortunately, the success wasn't universal with the women's first team suffering relegation from the London Premier Division. However, the ladies managed to succesfully establish the third team, despite some teething troubles.


There are currently 7teams in the White Eagles Volleyball Club, 3 women and 4 men teams. In addition to these teams, coaches Carlos Johnson and John Lowney have run the Junior Program that has seen the successful selection of WEVC Junior club members in the England Junior Squad. These teams play under the name of Graveney White Eagles or Ernest Bevin White Eagles, which is also the name of our fourth team in the men's section of the London League.
The near future...

White Eagles as a club have a number of challenges ahead of them for the coming year. The size of the club continues to expand and this growth has to be managed to ensure that the club remains as friendly and well integrated as it is now.

Our desperate search for new halls should soon come to an end with the completion of a new multicourt sports hall in one of our linked schools. This should allow the club to continue to offer the highest quality coaching in the best environments.

Finally, with the current crop of juniors rapidly reaching adulthood, there is a need to develop the next crop and start bringing these through into the senior teams.

For more information on what is happening now and a look into our past, follow the links below.