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With stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and only feet from the water, you won’t find courts like these anywhere else.

Walk up and play at one of three regulation-size sand courts or apply for a permit for your league. If you need refreshments, Fornino can supply delicious food and refreshing drinks, and it couldn’t be closer. Also nearby are Pier 6’s excellent playgrounds and its beautiful Flower Field. And if you feel like switching sports, Pier 5’s soccer fields are only one pier over.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brooklyn Bridge Park is not currently issuing athletic permits. Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy is not organizing sports leagues. The safety of staff, partners, and program participants remains our number one priority. League sports will resume and permits will be issued in accordance with City and State guidelines, for more information on the response to the COVID-19 please see here.

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, in partnership with Big City Volleyball, organizes a league and monthly volleyball tournaments from May through October. The league is 6v6, with games taking place on Wednesday and Thursday evenings and tournaments taking place on select Saturdays. Please check back on this page in February for additional information about leagues and tournaments, and to register your team. 

Questions about the Conservancy’s volleyball program? Email us at [email protected]

You may apply for a permit for your league or event by clicking here.

Click here to download the Pier 6 Open Court Calendar.

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