Volleyball Cheers and Chants
Courtside players have an important role as the team’s cheer leaders. Cheers boost morale, and encourage and energize team-mates to do their best.
First, we suggest each team agree on a team name. Two syllable names seems to work best for cheers, but you can make multi-syllable names work, too.
Ideas for names for Aftershock Volleyball teams are:
Here are some cheers to get you started!
These were some of the good volleyball cheers, but this is not a conclusive list! You can find many more like these on the internet or can even make your own funny volleyball cheers using your creativity. So, constant innovation in cheers and chants is needed by cheerleading team.
However, there are a few things which need to be kept in mind during volleyball cheers. These are:
- Ideally there should not be any cheering in game when a player is hurt.
- Cheering for every point is not really a good idea. Spacing out the cheers is the key.
- If your team loses or misses a point it is not apt to cheer.
- In case either or both teams are in a discussion with the officials, cheering is absolutely not allowed.
That’s it! Just remember these things and cheer your team in the best possible way!
Portions By Medha Godbole, and the rest by Aftershock Volleyball Club