The official VX Governing Body for Scotland
Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect
Welcome to the website of the official National Governing Body for VX in Scotland.
Scotland has a long and proud history in VX, having been part of the sport since its earliest days. Under the first administration the sport was growing in Scotland, won the VX World Cup twice, had a Youth V2 (singles) World Champion and a Senior V2 World Champion, and was regarded in the VX community as a leading force in the sport.
Unfortunately, under a different, later administration the sport lost its international coach, then its international squad, reduced to a single club and then those officers stood down to leave the sport rudderless in Scotland.
We are now seeking people who want to make their mark and work with us and Global VX to re-establish Scotland's position within the VX community.
For a club it is very easy to get started - you only need three people, two VsitX, three balls, a pair of tally counters and access to a squash court. That is how many clubs start - get in touch and have a chat with us. We have experience of getting things started all over the world and have everything you need.
The four cornerstones of VX are honesty, integrity, respect and sportsmanship. The sport has a thriving international community and new NGBs across the world are being established with a resulting increase in international competition.
We have access to some of the most experienced coaches and trainers in the sport who travel all over the world. We can provide training for teachers and also approved NGB coaching qualifications.
Important: Please note - only coaching courses run by qualified assessors affiliated to Global VX have any validity as an NGB qualification in VX.
If you are in any doubt about the valildity of your qualification or of coaches who might have approached you, please contact us.
If you think you want the chance to coach or play internationally or want to be involved in any way please contact Global VX: email@example.com
Scotland celebrate winning the inaugural World Cup in 2007