USAV All-Star Championship

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Nov. 2, 2021) – USA Volleyball has selected Tulsa, Oklahoma, to host the 2022 USA Volleyball All-Star Championship on July 20-23 at the Cox Business Convention Center.

Approximately 100 all-star teams from USAV regions across the country are expected to converge on Tulsa to vie for championship titles. Regions will select up-and-coming girls and boys athletes from clubs in their areas to represent them on the court in multiple age groups and divisions.

“We are excited to partner with our 40 member regions to bring the USA Volleyball All-Star Championship to Tulsa,” said Jamie Davis, USA Volleyball President and CEO. “The tournament will offer volleyball athletes from around the country the opportunity to face high-level competition and will put the spotlight on the top talent from our regions.”

“We’re thrilled that USA Volleyball selected our city to host its flagship domestic event,” said Ray Hoyt, President of Tulsa Regional Tourism. “Knowing this season’s best-of-the-best junior players will be competing on our courts is an honor and continues to elevate Tulsa as a premier sports destination.”

“The City of Tulsa is honored to host this coveted championship in volleyball,” said City of Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum. “Teams will be giving it their all over the course of five days, and that’s exactly what the city will be doing for them. We can’t wait to show our support and hospitality for these athletes.”

The event is anticipated to bring a total economic impact of $8,558,529.48 to Tulsa with 9,509 room nights booked.

The USA Volleyball All-Star Championship was formerly known as the USA Volleyball High Performance Championship.

USA Volleyball will live stream all courts from the All-Star Championship as part of its partnership with BallerTV, so family and friends who cannot attend the event in person can watch on their favorite device.

About USA Volleyball
Founded in 1928, USA Volleyball is a non-profit organization recognized by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC), the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and World ParaVolley as the National Governing Body for the sport of volleyball including the disciplines of beach, indoor, sitting, snow and beach Paravolley in the United States. With more than 425,000 registered members, USA Volleyball conducts national championship events, coaching and officials certification programs, and grassroots development across all disciplines in a lifetime sport in which all can participate. USA Volleyball’s teams have won an Olympic medal in every Olympic Games since 1984, five Paralympic medals since 2004 and numerous World Cup, World Championship and Continental Championship titles. For more information on USA Volleyball, visit #PathtothePodium

About the Tulsa Sports Commission
In 1993, the Tulsa Sports Commission (TSC) was created to attract and develop sporting events and conventions for economic impact on the Tulsa community. Since its inception, the TSC has accounted for more than $500 million in economic impact to the Tulsa region by helping attract, market and host championships and sports-related events and conventions to the region. The TSC is a founding member of the National Association of Sports Commissions and lives within the Tulsa Regional Tourism umbrella organization. Learn more at

About Tulsa Regional Tourism
Tulsa Regional Tourism is northeast Oklahoma’s premier accredited destination marketing organization. Housed at the Tulsa Regional Chamber, it includes the Tulsa Convention and Visitors Bureau; the Tulsa Sports Commission, an amateur sports sales and marketing organization; and the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture, an accredited film commission. Tulsa Regional Tourism leads the community’s bidding for and hosting of signature events like the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the Big 12 Wrestling Championship, USA BMX Grand Nationals, the Arabian Horse Association’s U.S. Nationals and more. Learn more at