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                         Professional Volleyball Players

Middle Blocker Paul Viloria

Venezuelan international Paul Viloria renew a contract with Clube Kairos for the 2020/21 season in Portugal. After representing SC Maritimo and Clube Kairos, Viloria this way guarantees his third season in Portuguese lands.

Middle Blocker Daniel Escobar

Venezuelan international Daniel Escobar signs a contract with Clube Desportivo da Povoa for the 2020/21 season. After representing the FAC first division team in Portugal, Daniel accepted an ambitious project that involves playing the playoffs to take the club to the highest level of Portuguese volleyball.

Middle Blocker Ronald Martinez

After passing through Argentine volleyball, Venezuelan International Ronald Martinez join to JLR Volleyball Agency for the next seasons

Outside Hitter Rolando Hernandez

Venezuelan international Rolando Hernandez "Peter" signs a contract with Al-Caudry Volley-ball in France for the 2020/21 season. After representing the Leixões first division team in Portugal and reaching the final four of the Portuguese cup, Hernandez thus guarantees his first experience in Gaulish lands

Opposite Javier Vega

Javier Vega opposite from Argentina national team signs contract in Portugal with Clube Kairos for season 2020/21. After shining in Puerto de San Martin, Vega opens the door to playing at the highest level in Europe

Middle Blocker Yordalis Burguillo

Yordalis Burguillo is one of the greatest promises of Venezuelan volleyball. Join to JLR Volleyball Agency for 2020/21 season.

Outside Hitter Cecy Rios

Mexican international Cecy Rios renew a contract with Clube Desportivo das Aves in Portugal for the 2020/21 season and guarantees her second season at the highest level in Portuguese lands.

Outside Hitter Angeles Ligorria

Ángeles Ligorria is one of the most important emerging promises of Argentine volleyball. Joins to JLR Volleyball Agency for season 2021/22

Libero Oscar Garcia

Oscar Garcia one of the best liberos ever of Venezuelan volleyball join to JLR Volleyball Agency for the net seasons

Outside Hitter Jesus Gomez

Venezuelan international Jesus Gomez signs a contract with Clube Desportivo da Povoa for season 2020/21. After representing Vitoria de Guimarães and Castêlo da Maia first division team in Portugal, Gomez accepted an ambitious project that involves playing the playoffs to take the club to the highest level of Portuguese volleyball.

Opposite Ismel Ramos

Venezuelan international Ismel Ramos renews contract with Clube Desportivo da Povoa for season 2020/21. After representing the club last season, Ramos accepted an ambitious project that involves playing the playoffs to take the club to the highest level of Portuguese volleyball

Middle BLocker Julieta Cervini

Julieta Cervini from Argentina national team leaves Velez Sarsfield and sign contract in Portugal with AVC Famalicão for 2020/21 season.

Outside Hitter Sofia Neves

Uruguayan international Sofia Neves signs a contract with Clube Kairos in Portugal for the 2020/21 season. After representing River Plate and San Lorenzo in Argentina, Neves arrives in Europe with the aim of achieving all the goals set for his new club season.

Outside Hitter Camila Bausero

Camila Bausero sign contract in Italy for season 2020/21. It will be the first experience in the Italian championship and hopes to achieve all the objectives proposed by his new team Star Volley Bisceglia.

Outside Hitter Alejandra Segura

After representing the club Sport Madeira and Castêlo da Maia club of the first division in Portugal, the international Mexican Alejandra Segura decides to take a break from his internacional carrer to play the Mexican championship in the 2020/21 season

Setter Yaimaris Garcia

Yaimaris Garcia is one of the most important emerging promises of Cuba volleyball. Joins to JLR Volleyball Agency for season 2021/22

Setter Sanay Sashiko

After representing Castelo da Maia (Portugal A1) in the 2019/20 season Mexican international Sanay Sashiko sign contract with VK Pirane Brusno in Eslovaquia

About us and what we do

JLR Volleyball Agency providing, sports consulting, mediation and sports marketing services to professional volleyball players, coaches and teams. We plan sports careers for professional athletes and team sports projects.
Three competitive advantages inherent to the selection of athlete and coach profiles for your team in partnership with JLR:
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We are number one in Portugal, and we are all over the world. We work every day to offer the best market opportunities to our costumers.

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10 Steps How to Become a Professional Volleyball Player

Step 1: Have a Burning Motivation 
If you want to become a professional volleyball player for the money or fame. You need to have the sort of drive and passion where playing at a top level matters more to you than getting paid top money. To have the sort of grit and determination to get through all the stresses, downs and pressures of playing professionally, you need to have a true love for the game or you’ll just end up being very unhappy.

Step 2: Train 10,000 Hours (or more)
Recent studies have found that the key to success in any field is practicing a specific task for a total of around 10,000 hours. Therefore, a player must train and/or play volleyball for at least 10,000 hours before reaching ‘world class’ status. That’s around 3 hours a day, 20 hours a week for 10 years.


Step 3: Train Smart
Training smart is as equally important, if not more important than training hard. In team trainings, you follow what the coach wants the team to do, but not what you need to train as an individual player. Each player has their own unique set of skills, which is why it’s extremely important to train on your own or with small groups, so you can improve your specific weaknesses and make your strengths, second nature.

Step 4: Believe You Can Achieve 
Coaches saying you’re not good enough, making mistakes and players yelling and screaming at you. This is an everyday occurrence in volleyball and you must have a deep belief to get you through all the negativity you’ll encounter. That belief has to come from somewhere. I belief in the formula that belief + hard work (and smart work) + persistence = success. To become a professional volleyball player, you need to the sort of belief where you believe you can move mountains.

Step 5: Create a Killer Video 
promo video of yourself these days in the modern age of high-speed internet and YouTube is essential to getting as much interest as possible. If you have a good video that makes it easy for people to assess your skills, it’s easier to get opportunities with teams. Get family or friends to film you training and playing and make sure the video quality is excellent.

Step 6: Create a Great CV
Just like applying for a job, a volleyball CV should be able to explain to a coach – or club, agent… – all about who you are as a player, in less than a minute. Include a player photo, height/weight, positions, experience, links to articles you’ve been featured in and statistics. More information on creating a good CV can be found here.

Step 7: Find Opportunities
Now that you have the skills and the tools, you have to find ways to show off your talent. 


Step 8: Perform Well
It’s easy to only think of getting to the next level, instead of focusing on your performances in matches. Take your volleyball career game-by-game. Every game you play, focus on playing well and giving 110% as you never know who could be watching. Make sure you build good relationships with your teammates, coaches and club staff as having their off-field support will contribute to good on-field performances.

Tip: If you have a bad game, don’t get down about it. Write a list of things you can improve, and train to improve them.


Step 9: Be Persistent (Be Patient)
I knew it was going to be difficult, but trying to become a professional player was very tough. That’s because becoming a professional volleyball player doesn’t happen overnight. It doesn’t take months either. It takes years and a lifetime of dedication. When you hear people say that success takes ‘blood, sweat, tears’, they’re totally right. It takes time and patience. Sometimes you have to wait for the right opportunity. Sometimes it takes just a bit of luck to swing your direction, but being persistent and having the ability to never give up will determine whether you’re successful or not.


Step 10: Sign a Contract!
The final step in realizing your professional dreams is signing a pro contract with a club. Contracts should be carefully looked over in detail first, and if it’s your first contract, get it looked over by someone with experience in the area. Be careful when dealing with agents and take careful note of training compensation and player ownership issues.

I believe these advices will help you in realizing your volleyball dreams.


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