Types of Harambee membership

Nevobo Competition
When you join a competition team, you will train two times per week and you automatically become a member of the NeVoBo (the Dutch Volleyball Bond) Additionally, you play around 22 matches per year against other teams from associations around Enschede. These matches are mostly on Fridays and Saturdays. The competition starts at the end of September and finishes in April. You can also become just a training member at the Nevobo competition.

Week teams (pilot)
You can train once a week and the matches are played on Wednesday or Thursday evenings. There are 9 gamenights a year which are played against other teams in the region. The weekends are basically free. We do have as a requirement that you would have to have at least 1 year of volleyball experience. This is a pilot because this is a new volleyballfrom at Harambee and there will be 1 ladies team.

Mix Competition
You can train once a week, and you and your team participates in our internal competition. There are 10 Mix matches per year, which are always played on Friday evening in the sports centre of  the University. You play against mixed teams (men and women) with more or less equal volleyball skills. You can also become just a training member at the Mix competition.

Mix Nevobo 
You can train once a week and the games are played on Wednesday or Thursday evening, 9 gamenights a year. You play against other teams in the region. We do have as a requirement that you would have to have at least 1 year of volleyball experience. We have two Mix Nevobo teams which are selected on volleyballskill. The main difference between Mix Nevobo and the regular Mix competition is mainly the skill level, this is a bit higher at Mix Nevobo.

Beach
In April, the beach accomodations of the University are opended, and the Beachvolleyball season of Harambee starts. You get the option to train once a week and join our internal competition, which always takes place on Thursdays and Fridays. For more information, see the "beach" header.